Monday evening marks one of the most important matches which could, arguably, seal the survival of West Ham United and potentially dent the survival hopes of struggling Stoke City. Earlier in the season, the Hammers claimed a 3-0 win at Bet365 Stadium, and we are backing them to complete a double over their opponents.
A report in The Sun reveals that the former Preston North End forward, 25, who only arrived at the London Stadium in January is set for a quickfire exit after failing to impress and score for the Hammers.
As Jimenez has been linked to West Ham in the past, and there was no other obvious target on the pitch, it really sounds like O Jogo picked the most likely player. We bossed the majority of the game.
Stoke is likely to need at least three wins from its final four games to stay up. They've also failed to score a single goal in four of their last six away games, conceding 14 goals in the process and scoring just two.
Meanwhile, Stoke are still desperately searching for their first win since Paul Lambert's victorious first game in charge.
West Ham have taken five points from their last three matches and sit seven points above the relegation zone, but Moyes is not convinced his side are assured of a place in next season's Premier League. But perhaps there's a clue in those two results.
"Beating Burnley is a must-win, they're a good side, but I'm really proud of the team, and if we keep doing what we're doing then we'll put ourselves in the mix", Lambert told Sky Sports News.
- Peter Crouch is now on 16 sub goals in the Premier League (level with Javier Hernandez); only four players have more (Defoe 24, Giroud 19, Kanu 17 and Solskjaer 17).
While the goalkeeper impressed in a 1-1 draw at Chelsea, Hart was at fault for one of Burnley's goals in a 3-0 home defeat last month. "Regardless of how we do it, we have to get a win but we certainly will drag teams into it".
West Ham manager David Moyes believes record signing Marko Arnautovic is "a little bit of a Zlatan", as the Austrian enjoys a rich vein of form. "But we did on the bench, I thought all the subs who came on made a big difference, we've not had that very often and I'm very pleased to get them back".