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Huddersfield will be hoping to build momentum from their first win of the season when they host West Ham on Saturday.

The Terriers edged out fellow strugglers Fulham on Monday to end a run of 14 consecutive games without a victory and subsequently climb off the foot of the table.

Many regard Huddersfield as candidates to go down but a second successive win against an out-of-form West Ham would provide hope of defying the odds once again in 2018-19.

Summer signing Erik Durm looks set to boost David Wagner’s options after missing the win over the Cottagers with a minor knock.

Danny Williams, who hasn’t featured since March due to a broken ankle, is back in training but won’t be available until after the international break.

West Ham have struggled for consistency again this season and they head into the clash sitting 13th and with just one win from their last five across all competitions.

The Hammers will be without captain Mark Noble as he completes a three-game ban following his red card against Leicester.

Pedro Obiang had to leave the field last time out against Burnley with a minor knee complaint but is expected to be back in the fold.

English duo Andy Carroll and Jack Wilshere are both still nursing ankle injuries and won’t return until after the international break.

Huddersfield were the only side West Ham managed to beat twice over the course of the 2017-18 campaign, with

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