West Ham vs Sheffield United – Premier League: Live score and updates

LIVE: West Ham vs Sheffield United – David Moyes’ side hope to climb above Liverpool into the Premier League top four as they host rock-bottom Blades

  • West Ham would leapfrog Liverpool into a Champions League place with win
  • The Premier League kick-off from the London Stadium is at 6pm GMT 
  •  Latest Premier League news, including fixtures and results
  •  Premier League table – as it stands

West Ham United and Sheffield United will help round off the weekend’s fixtures in the Premier League when they clash at the London Stadium in a 6pm kick-off.

David Moyes’ side are chasing three points that would lift them into a Champions League place, as they entertain the Blades in the Premier League clash.

Sheffield United may be rock bottom but they have shown encouraging green shoots of recovery in recent weeks and victory away from home would lift them off the foot of the table for the first time since October.

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Jesse Lingard claims he ‘didn’t get a chance’ at Manchester United despite being ‘one of the strongest and fittest’ there after lockdown – and promises to ‘go out with a fight’ while on loan at West Ham

The Hammers star scored twice on his debut after joining on loan from Manchester United during the January transfer window and now he wiill be looking to fire them into the Champions League.

West Ham line up against Sheffield United without a recognised striker after Michail Antonio was ruled out again through injury.

Jesse Lingard returnes to the starting XI after missing the FA Cup defeat at parent club Manchester United.

Enda Stevens and Ben Osborn returned for the Blades, with John Fleck missing out through illness.

The weather may be a bit milder now and as we approach the final few weeks of winter, it’s getting noticeably lighter too. Hopefully, we should have a good game this evening as Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder checks out his surroundings.

Later on Chelsea host Newcastle United, but first up Champions League chasing West Ham (yes, really) could move into the top four with victory over Sheffield United. Good evening and welcome to our live coverage…

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