West Ham United host Wolves in the Premier League‘s 5.30 kick-off on Saturday afternoon.

Both sides are resuming their domestic campaigns but are staring at drastically different fortunes as David Moyes’s side find themselves mired in another relegation battle.

Only goal difference is separating the Hammers from the relegation zone as it stands, while teenage full-back Jeremy Ngakia’s refusal to sign a new contract has come as another blow.

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For Wolves, though, there is far more reason to be optimistic. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side head into the weekend just five points adrift of fifth-placed Chelsea and have a European spot for next season firmly within their sights.

Here is everything you need to know:

The match will begin at 5.30pm at the London Stadium on Saturday 20 June.

The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Jeremy Ngakia is unlikely to feature after the teenage full-back informed West Ham that he will no be signing a new contract with the club. There is also concern over an injury to Angelo Ogbonna, however, the centre-back is expected to make the starting line-up.

Jonny Otto missed Wolves’s last four games but has recovered over the enforced break. Morgan Gibbs-White is also set to return after an injury layoff.

West Ham: Fabianski, Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Rice, Noble, Soucek, Fornals, Bowen, Antonio

Wolves: Patricio, Jonny, Saiss, Coady, Boly, Doherty, Moutinho, Neves, Jota, Traore, Jimenez

West Ham – 23/10

Draw – 23/10

Wolves – 6/5

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