The team news is pending for the Hammers Premier League draw with Aston Villa, with David Moyes making two changes to his starting XI

David Moyes made two changes to his starting XI tonight to take on Aston Villa Jesse Lingard made his Hammers debut and Ryan Fredericks joined the team

Jesse Lingard appears to be on the left of midfield with the regular No. 1 to start10 Said Benrahma plays behind Michail Antonio Lingard and Benrahama could swap positions throughout the game in order to destroy the mansion’s defenses

Fredericks will line up on the right side of midfield to provide additional protection against the threat posed by villa skipper Jack Grealish A man Moyes called “probably the best player in the Premier League” “

Fredericks has played that role for West Ham for the past few weeks when he got off the bench to replace Bowen with the Hammers who want to run and watch the game

A full-back means that Fredericks is more focused on his defensive duties than the attacking midfielder Bowen

Frederick’s pick gives Moyes the opportunity to move away from the 4-2-3-1 formation that has been working for him over the past few weeks and, if desired, return to the back five he played before Christmas has

Lukasz Fabianski stays in goal for the Hammers Seasoned goalkeeper David Martin takes his place on the bench in front of the injured number2 Darren Randolph

The defense consists of the usual foursome with Vladimir Coufal as right-back, a center-back partnership of Craig Dawson and Angelo Ogbonna, with Aaron Cresswell taking his regular left-back place

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Tomas Soucek starts in midfield alongside captain Declan Rice this evening Club captain Mark Noble isn’t even sitting on the bench tonight

Antonio leads the line for The Hammers as always, hoping to get back to his best goal after hiding in his last two games

West Ham XI – Fabianski; Coufal, Dawson, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Rice, soucek; Fredericks, Lingard, Benrahma; Antonio Substitute – Martin, Diop, Balbuena, Johnson, Lanzini, Fornals, Bowen, Yarmolenko, Odubeko

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