Welcome win for Moyes

Lawrence Cooper
February 11, 2018

Goals from Javier Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic capped off a fine 2-0 victory for the Hammers over Watford, as David Moyes' side produced a performance that will have fans be a little more at ease in the upcoming fortnight.

"That's what Chicharito does if we can get him some deliveries in the box", said Moyes.

Simon Mail previews this weekend's match at West Ham and thinks Watford can come away with a positive result following their superb win over Chelsea.

Following a first league defeat since 23 December at Brighton & Hove Albion, the East Londoners head into Saturday's meeting with Watford sitting 12th in the table and only three points above the drop zone as practically the entire bottom half scrap to avoid relegation.

West Ham co-owner David Sullivan admits he has made mistakes during his reign, but insists he only wants the best for the club and has urged the fans to pull together.

Asked during his pre-match press conference if Evra could feature straightaway against Watford at London Stadium despite that recent lack of football, Moyes, per football.london, responded: "Yes, there is a chance. But we nullified them", the Scot told reporters after the game.

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In the second half Watford did plenty of pressing and Gerard Deulofeu went close with a free kick which Adrian saved well.

"Against Bournemouth I scored a goal, I tried to play pretty well in the Cup [against Wigan last weekend] and, in the last game, against Crystal Palace, I tried to do my best".

'The team looked as if they needed something else, ' he said. And we've had a few too many downs and not enough ups. We didn't win much and I thought Watford were first to most things.

"I'd considered signing him during January as, when Arthur got sent off, I knew we were short", added Moyes, who managed Evra at Old Trafford. It's great credit to the players.

Despite him not having played for three months, Moyes is ready to pitch Evra - still eligible to play in the Premier League - straight into his squad to face Watford on Saturday.

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