In-form West Ham are unbeaten in six Premier League games against Swansea City going into Saturday’s final ever clash at Upton Park.
West Ham goalkeeper Adrian could miss the final three games with a calf problem, with Darren Randolph set to step in against Swansea.
Slaven Bilic has no other injury concerns at least as his side bid to keep up the pressure on United and Manchester City in the race for the final Champions League spot.
Swansea captain Ashley Williams will be rested for the final two games of the season ahead of Euro 2016, while Neil Taylor (groin), Gylfi Sigurdsson (shoulder), Jefferson Montero and Alberto Paloschi (both hamstring) are all missing.
Leroy Fer is back after hamstring trouble, however, while Kyle Naughton, Federico Fernandez and Modou Barrow are also set to return to the starting line-up.
- West Ham have won three and drawn three of their last six Premier League games against Swansea City (D3).
- Swansea haven’t won an away league game against the Hammers since August 1956 (D1 L7).
- Andy Carroll has scored four goals in four Premier League appearances against Swansea for the Hammers.
- Swansea City have won their last two league games against London clubs (2-1 v Arsenal and 1-0 v Chelsea). They hadn’t won any of their previous eight (D5 L3).
- West Ham have already achieved their highest points tally in a Premier League season (59), beating their previous best of 57 in 1998-99.
- Only one team has stopped the Hammers from finding the net at Upton Park in their last 21 Premier League home matches.
- Gylfi Sigurdsson has had a hand in 41 Premier League goals for Swansea overall (25 goals, 16 assists), 10 more than any other Swans’ player (Wilfried Bony is next on 31).
- No Premier League side is on a longer unbeaten run than Slaven Bilic’s side currently (10 games, W5 D5, level with Leicester).
- The Swans have conceded a league-high 14 goals from corner situations this season.
- Mark Noble has been involved in 11 goals for the Hammers in the Premier League this season (scoring seven, assisting four), four more than in any previous campaign.