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Reece Oxford in action for West Ham

Reece Oxford: Who is the 16-year-old starting for West Ham against Arsenal?

He has becomes the youngest player to play for the Hammers in Premier League

A view of Arsenal's Emirates Stadium
Petr Cech starts for Arsenal

Arsenal vs West Ham: Arsene Wenger content with strike force, but open to signing 'exceptional' option

The Gunners have been linked with a move for Karim Benzema

Club-by-club guide to the new Premier League season, predictions and key signings

Glenn Moore runs the rule over the 20 top-flight clubs and determines who’s in shape to challenge for the title, who faces a season of making do in the middle and who will be scrapping for survival

Arsene Wenger's Arsenal take on West Ham

Chelsea face toughest opening fixtures of title contenders - but what about your Premier League club?

We take a look at who faces the toughest run of games in the opening six matches

David De Gea in pre-season action for United

Slaven Bilic praises West Ham youngsters despite crashing out of Europa League

West Ham lost to Astra Giurgiu of Romania

Arsenal vs West Ham preview: Olivier Giroud has incredible record against West Ham, Emirates is bogey ground for Slaven Bilic's side

A look ahead to the Premier League fixture at The Emirates Stadium

Premier League Power Rankings: Wayne Rooney? Petr Cech? Who are the 17 most important players heading into the new season?

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West Ham manager Slaven Bilic was sent to the stands after seeing his side let a two-goal lead slip

Slaven Bilic methods at West Ham questioned by Southampton manager Ronald Koeman

Bilic will use an inexperienced team to try and progress in the Europa League

Chelsea will only win the Premier League once in the next 1,000 years - but England will dominate, according to Football Manager

Sheffield United and Burnley to dominate English football into 3015

Angel Di Maria to PSG: Transfer news live - Pedro to Manchester United, John Stones to Chelsea, Javier Hernandez to West Ham

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours throughout the day

Javier Hernandez to West Ham: Slavan Bilic ready to bid £12m for Manchester United striker

Hammers continue summer-long striker hunt

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