It’s normal for players to get more injuries as they move into their 30s, but West Ham really can’t afford to lose a single key player at this point in their season.
Italian defender Angelo Ogbona recently returned from injury, but he was forced to miss the decisive victory over Burnley last night, as it became clear that he had received tension in the hamstring.
This is always a big concern at this stage of the season, as he will not be able to play an additional role if he is excluded for weeks, and a positive update has emerged suggesting that he should be able to play a role in their remaining four games. .
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This is huge for the Hammers, as he is a stone behind, while Chelsea have the potential to drop points on Saturday as they travel to face Man City, so it is vital to be able to take advantage.
The final matches against Everton, Brighton, West Brom and Southampton will be tough, but they are also four winning matches, and Champions League football is very possible next season if they manage to take 12 points from these matches.