West Ham United’s busy April continues with a first-ever Premier League visit to Brentford’s Community Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

    Fresh from Thursday’s heroic 1-1 UEFA Europa League quarter-final first leg draw with Olympique Lyonnais at London Stadium, the Hammers head across the capital to face the Bees.

    Newly-promoted Brentford, meanwhile, look on course to stay up, having collected 33 points from 31 games to put themselves in 14th, nine points ahead of Burnley in 18th, albeit the Clarets have two games in hand on Thomas Frank’s men.

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