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Lanzini back for Swans test


Filed: Thursday, 28th September 2017
By: Staff Writer


Manuel Lanzini is set to make his return to West Ham's starting XI this week having been cleared to play against Swansea.

The Argentine midfielder has been out of action since the 3-0 defeat at Newcastle last month but is back in contention for selection this weekend having been given the all clear.

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The news was confirmed on Thursday afternoon by Slaven Bilic, who also confirmed that Pedro Obiang would miss out through injury although Michail Antonio is expected to be available.

We'll have more from Bilic's press conference soon...






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