West Ham's Joey O'Brien celebrates his goal against Norwich

Match report: West Ham see off Norwich City after a flying start

West Ham United 2 Norwich City 1

Carlton Cole is shown a red card

More red-card challenges likely after victory for Cole and Gibson

Pair were sent off in Everton's 2-1 win over West Ham

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Everton manager David Moyes believes the return of Victor Anichebe has come at an ideal time to ensure his side's attacking options are not diminished.

United's Robin van Persie celebrates his first-minute goal

West Ham can look to Chelsea clash with confidence believes Guy Demel

West Ham face another tricky fixture following defeat to United

Carlton Cole headed the first goal

Reid hammers home 'defining' victory

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West Ham United came from behind to beat Derby County 3-1 at Upton Park and move to within two points of Championship leaders Southampton.

Noble faces being ruled out of battle against the drop

Midfielder Mark Noble will undergo a scan today on a suspected hernia that will determine if he can play any part in West Ham's desperate fight against relegation from the Premier League.

Sturridge leaves Hammers stunned

Bolton Wanderers 3 West Ham United 0: Worrying lack of passion means time is running out for Grant to save his side from relegation

Hammers hit by the curse of Rooney

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Blackpool 1 West Ham United 3

Foster's howler hands West Ham and Grant relief from the gloom

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Hammers stay bottom after draw with Baggies

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Noble out for a month after appendix operation

West Ham United's hopes of moving off the bottom of the Premier League table have been dealt a blow by the news that midfielder Mark Noble has been ruled out for a month after having his appendix removed.

West Ham blow as Mark Noble is ruled out for a month

West Ham's bid to climb off the foot of the Barclays Premier League table have been dealt a blow with the news that influential midfielder Mark Noble has been ruled out for a month after having surgery to remove his appendix last night.

West Ham win not turning point says Grant

Avram Grant insists West Ham's Carling Cup victory over Stoke was not the turning point of their season - because that had already been reached.

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