West Ham United have been forced into making changes to their side for the game against Everton, according to ExWHUemployee.
The reliable club source revealed that the Hammers have picked up some injuries during the international break which will lead to Manuel Pellegrini naming a different starting side than the one that lost against Crystal Palace.
ExWHUemployee shared the news on his personal Twitter account on Saturday morning that it was an unfortunate set back for the Hammers as they travel to Goodison Park.
It was reported by Claret and Hugh early on Saturday that the West Ham side for the clash with the Toffees should include no surprises.
This could be a major blow for the Hammers as they look to bounce back against the Toffees, who both go into the game on the back of defeats before the international break. There were a number of players who were reported to have picked up slight injury problems during the past two weeks, with Aaron Cresswell, Robert Snodgrass, and Declan Rice all on that list [Source: Football.London]. Pellegrini has been happy to stick with the same starting 11 consistently throughout this campaign and has only changed it when he has been forced too, something that is set to happen once again. The Chilean will be disappointed that he will have to switch his side around, but will still be fully confident of picking up all three points against a side that currently sit in the relegation zone after a nightmare start to the season under Marco Silva, only winning two of their opening eight games.