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West Ham make two changes from Newcastle win for Stoke clash

19:22 19 November 2012

Yossi Benayoun. Photo credit: Rob Newell/TGSPHOTO

Yossi Benayoun. Photo credit: Rob Newell/TGSPHOTO

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West Ham have made two changes to the side that beat Newcastle last week.

Yossi Benayoun and Matt Jarvis are ruled out with Gary O’Neil and Modibo Maiga coming in.

West Ham United: Jaaskelainen, O’Brien, McCartney, Reid, Tomkins, Noble, Diame, Nolan, O’Neil, Maiga, Carroll

Subs: Spiegel, Collins, Taylor, Cole, Hall, Spence, Demel

Stoke City: Begovic, Cameron, Huth, Shawcross, Wilkinson, Whelan, N’Zonzi, Adam, Etherington, Crouch, Walters

Subs: Sorensen, Palacios, Jones, Upson, Kightly, Shotton, Jerome

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