Slaven Bilic’s West Ham side still have the slightest ambition of a top four finish this season, but know that anything other than a comfortable victory today and their dreams will be dead. Dimitri Payet and Andy Carroll have both continued their fine form of late and face a Swansea team with very little to play for.
A greatly inconsistent second half of the season has seen the Swans produce some bizarre results, including their win at Anfield last week, and the Hammers will hope that Guidolin’s side are less interested than they were last time out.
The Hammers will be sad to leave the Boleyn Ground at the end of this season, but we can be sure that they will be pretty keen for their transfer to the Olympic Stadium this summer. West Ham are one of the league’s most ambitious clubs at the minute, but can they produce yet another quality home performance?
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