The 17th of December being Saturday, will see West Ham go on to face Hull City in London, at the London Stadium or their latest Premier League Clash.
In order to climb up further away from the relegation zone, the Hammers still have lot of work to do, but will be boosted up ahead of their clash, following a 1-0 win against Burnley earlier this week.
With their latest win, they sit at the 15th position on the table, with four points away from the relegation zone as they head into the fixtures for Christmas and the New Year.
For Hull City however, they would be needing a win in this game if they wish to turn their fortunes around, and climb up out of the drop zone. They currently sit at the 19th position on the table, four points worse than Saturday’s opponents.
The upcoming game will see the Slaven Bilic led side without some of its players, namely, Simone Zaza, Sam Bryam, DiafraSakho and Reece Oxford. Following a hamstring injury, James Collins is not yet cleared to feature in the game and as such, would be a minor doubt.
For Hull City, Allan McGregor, Will Keane, Alex Bruce, Abel Hernandez, and Moses Odubajo will not be able to feature in the game for them.
Hull recently lost to Spurs at the White Hart Lane and heading back to London against West Ham, they would be hoping to head back home with a win.
For the Hammers, a win is quite necessary, if their under fire boss, Slaven Bilic hopes to get relieved from some pressure being mounted on him. If they come off with a win in this game, it would be their first back to back win at home this season.