–As Stoke travel to tackle West Ham
All roads lead to the 35,303-capacity Boleyn Ground of West Ham United as they play the host to Stoke City complete with our own Victor Moses set to return to action for the Potters.
Moses was left out of the Stoke squad that lost to Chelsea last weekend as he was ineligible to play against his parent team who loaned him to the Potters. There will be no restriction on Moses today as coach Mark Hughes will be happy to unleash the attacking midfielder against host West Ham in a tie that has been tagged the battle for supremacy.
Both teams are currently tied on 42 points apiece after 31 games with West Ham having the edge through better goals difference which places them 9th on the log just a step above visiting Stoke in 10th position. Stoke however, go into this tie with slightly better form having two of their last five games while West Ham have won only one game in their last five outings. This game will be keenly constested and it remains to be seen if home advantage will count for West Ham.
Moses currently has 3 goals to his credit in 18 matches while his compatriot at the club, Peter Osaze Odemwingie is still recuperating from the injury he copped earlier in the season.