West Ham boss Moyes delighted with victory at Leicester

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Joe Hart is available, having been ineligible last weekend, but Pedro Obiang and James Collins are out.

The Hammers closed out the win and are now relishing their meeting with Manchester United at the London Stadium on Thursday.

Leicester will also be without Wilfried Ndidi, after he suffered a season-ending injury last week.

"We've just played Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City in a row which is never easy and we conceded some goals so to get a clean sheet and three points today is really good". We must keep our concentration.

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The race featured 19 lead changes among 10 different drivers and 12 caution flag periods for 65 laps. "We'll go on to next week". Harvick, Truex and Bowyer - all winners this year - are over 35. "Sometimes a little bit less, a little bit more".

The vultures are circling around Leicester boss Claude Puel and he desperately needs a home win before the end of the season - his side have not managed that in the league since the middle of January. He's been fined but he has apologised, both to me and the players, and I think he understands it was wrong.

Despite sitting comfortably in the middle of the table, the Foxes are yet to register a win in their last four matches in the Premier League, losing three in the process. We've moved on, we're quite happy now it's done and dusted.

In the 64th minute West Ham killed off any Leicester hopes of a comeback when Noble hit a superb 20-yard shot, which cracked against the post and went into the back of the net, making it 2-0 to the visitors. The Hammers now sit on 35 points, three ahead of the relegation places. - Leicester have failed to score in three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since February 2017 (a run of six which were Claudio Ranieri's last games in charge).

West Ham's disappointing season means that they should seek to hold on to just five of their current first team players, according to Danny Murphy. The duo have combined for 18 goals this season. Mahrez, in particular, will be a key component for the home side as they look to exploit the leaky defence of West Ham United.