Andre Ayew likely to miss Huddersfield game as he recovers from a thigh strain

Published on: 11 September 2017

Ghana deputy skipper Andre Ayew could miss West Ham’s English Premier League game with Huddersfield town on Monday.

The 27-year old has not been passed fit for the game after picking up an injury whiles playing for Ghana during the international break.

He is one of three players that are likely to miss the game as manager Slaven Bilic looks for his first three points of the season.

The game will be the first one for the Hammers who have lost all their first three games of the season though it worth mentioning that all have been played away from home.

English forward long often injured Andy Carroll has recovered in time and is likely to be tossed in at the expense of the Ghanaian who travelled to Africa for the World Cup qualifiers.

Argentine diminutive yet effective midfielder Manuel Lanzine is also likely to start his first game of the season along side hard working Senegalese midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate.

The former Swansea forward is in a difficult period but is still expected to be a key part of West Ham United’s season.

There are reports that Bilic could be fired if he fails to get all the three points on the day.