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Arsenal suffered their first defeat of the season against Chelsea last weekend and will need to be wary once again when they face West Ham at Upton Park.
The Hammers have been in fine form in front of their own fans, winning two and drawing one of their three Premier League games at the Boleyn Ground this season.
And Sam Allardyce will be relishing the chance to pit his wits against Arsene Wenger - a manager he has a winning record against in top-flight home games.
The Arsenal coach will certainly need to tighten up defensively if his side are to claim the three points needed to overtake West Ham in the table.
The Gunners, and new assistant Steve Bould, were widely praised for their improved defensive work in the early stages of this campaign but have now conceded three goals in their last two league games from set-pieces.
That will encourage a West Ham side bolstered by the return from injury of England international target-man Andy Carroll.Allardyce will consider handing a start to Carroll after he returned to action as a substitute against QPR but may want to ease the forward back to full fitness.
Winston Reid has also recovered from a head injury at Loftus Road but left-back Joey O'Brien is expected to miss out.
Jack Collison and Alou Diarra remain long-term absentees for the Hammers.Jack Wilshere made his long-awaited comeback against West Brom in a reserve game earlier this week but is not in contention for a first-team place just yet.
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