West Ham boss David Moyes provides updates on Fabianski & Randolph after Man City

Man City down West Ham

Saturday’s early Premier League kick-off saw West Ham face off with table-topping Manchester City.

Both sides headed into the game on fine runs of form, with West Ham having climbed into the top-four with a win over Tottenham last weekend.

It was City, though, who were still viewed as clear favourites ahead of kick-off at the Etihad, with Pep Guardiola’s side looking to make it 20 wins on the bounce.

And when all was said and done on Saturday, that is exactly what the Sky Blues managed.

A well-worked Michail Antonio strike cancelled out Ruben Dias’ opener. However, John Stones then fired City back into the lead and that is exactly how the tie finished:

West Ham goalkeeper update

Following the match, David Moyes has provided an update on the Londoners’ goalkeeping situation.

Lukasz Fabianski had featured in all but one of West Ham’s league games this season before Saturday.

However, the 35-year-old was completely omitted from the Hammers’ latest matchday squad with Darren Randolph in between the sticks.

It was confirmed pre-match that the Polish international was out due to an elbow injury picked up in training:

However, during the tie, Darren Randolph appeared to pick up an issue of his own and was unable to take goal kicks on several occasions.

And when speaking post-match, David Moyes confirmed that the shot-stopper had picked up a thigh injury:

As a result, West Ham fans were probably slightly concerned that they would be without their main two keepers to take on Leeds in nine days.

However, the Scotsman also provided an update on Fabianski, confirming he hopes to have him back to face the Peacocks:

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