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Liverpool loanee starts for West Ham at Aston Villa, Arsenal man on the bench

12:45 10 February 2013

Andy Carroll scores the winning goal for West Ham

Andy Carroll scores the winning goal for West Ham

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Liverpool loanee Andy Carroll is starting for West Ham against Aston Villa, along with Emmanuel Pogatetz.

Arsenal loanee Marouane Chamakh is on the substitutes bench for the Hammers.

West Ham: Jaaskelainen, O’Brien, Tomkins, Reid, Pogatetz, Noble, Diame, Nolan, J.Cole, Taylor, Carroll

Substitutes: Spiegel, Demel, O’Neil, Jarvis, Vaz Te, C.Cole, Chamakh

Aston Villa: Guzan, Baker, Clark, Lowton, Bowery, Westwood, Delph, N’Zogbia, Vlaar, Weimann, Benteke

Substitutes: Given, Sylla, Bent, Bannan, Holman, Dawkins, Bennett

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