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West Ham trio Diafra Sakho, Andy Carroll, Arthur Masuaku targetting returns for Tottenham clash

LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 15: Andy Carroll of West Ham United reacts during the Premier League match between Chelsea and West Ham United at Stamford Bridge
Image: Carroll is one of three players who "should" return after the international break

West Ham are hoping Diafra Sakho, Andy Carroll and Arthur Masuaku will be available for their Premier League clash at Tottenham on November 19.

Sakho, who almost left the club in the summer, has not played for the Hammers at all this season because of an ongoing back injury, which has troubled the 26-year-old since 2014.

Carroll was ruled out back in August when he picked up a knee injury against Astra Giurgiu in a Europa League qualifier, which was only meant to sideline him for six weeks.

Diafra Sakho runs with the ball
Image: Striker Diafra Sakho has not played for West Ham since last season

Masuaku, who signed from Olympiakos in the summer, was sidelined for a minimum of six weeks when he picked up his own knee injury in the EFL Cup match against Accrington Stanley on September 29.

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West Ham co-chairman David Gold confirmed on Twitter on Monday the trio "should be back after the international break", which takes place of the weekend of November 12 and 13.

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Image: Arthur Masuaku signed for West Ham from Olympiakos in the summer

The Hammers have had a difficult start to the season, sitting just above the bottom three with just three wins from their opening 10 Premier League games.

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