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Mark Noble | Midfielder

Team: West Ham United
Age / DOB:  (27) / 5/8/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 167

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Mark Noble is once again expected to miss out for West Ham as the Hammers travel to the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland and Sam Allardyce will be hoping for a repeat of last season's result on Wearside to move back into third place.
Noble has struggled recently due a calf problem but was close to a return in GW15 but suffered a setback with a separate Achilles injury which could keep the midfielder out for at least another week. However there was better news for full-back Carl Jenkinson after limping out of the win over Swansea – further tests revealed the defender was suffering from cramp and did not strain his hamstring. With an almost fully fit squad Allardyce will have a number of difficult decisions to make. A man-of-the match performance by Andy Carroll secures his place but Enner Valencia made way at half-time for leading scorer Diafra Sakho who linked up well during his 45 minute cameo. Dec 11 - 7:10 AM
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West Ham face Burnley at Turf Moor in game week eight with the Hammers sitting pretty in seventh place knowing that an away win could potentially catapult Sam Allardyces’ men into a Champions League spot.

With three wins and a draw from their opening matches West Ham have proved this year’s surprise package with summer signings Diafra Sakho [4] and Enner Valencia [1] settling quickly to address last season’s striking problems with five goals between them – add the form of [the rejuvenated] Stewart Downing & consider the options of Morgan Amalfitano / Zarate from the bench – and its clear to see why the current side have already beaten Liverpool and were unlucky to leave Old Trafford empty handed. This weekend could also mark the return of influential vice-captain Mark Noble [calf] while defenders James Collins [groin] and Guy Demel [thigh] should be included to add experience although Carl Jenkinson [hamstring] may have to wait until the visit of Manchester City.
Oct 14 - 5:44 PM

Mark Noble created the opportunity that turned the match and then scored the ensuing penalty for West Ham's first goal in their 2-1 win over Hull City at Upton Park.

Mark Noble's driving movement through the heart of the Hull City defense saw the ball go through to Mohamed Diame who was subsequently fouled in the box by Allan McGregor. Noble dispatched the penalty that resulted from McGregor's tackle/barge. McGregor was also red carded and though Hull City actually played better after going down to ten men, West Ham managed to pull out a critical win that will likely secure another season in the Premier League.
Source: ESPNFC.com
Mar 26 - 6:00 PM