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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Bournemouth 4 4 9 16
15 Stoke 4 4 9 16
16 Newcastle 4 3 10 15
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Hamstring issue keeps Zouma out of Stoke's game against West Ham

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Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop duke it out in Premier League Predictor ahead of matchday 18, headlined by Manchester City-Tottenham.

Stoke will be without Kurt Zouma for the Premier League match against West Ham.

The on-loan Chelsea centre-back limped out of the midweek defeat at Burnley with a hamstring injury. Defender Bruno Martins Indi (groin) and full-back Glen Johnson (knee) are also unavailable.

On-loan Paris St Germain forward Jese is expected to return next week after travelling to Gran Canaria to be with his ill son and midfielder Stephen Ireland continues his recovery from a double leg fracture.

West Ham defender Winston...

 By PA Sport

Stoke manager Mark Hughes confident of owners' support

Mark Hughes says Stoke City will be fine if they put in performances like they did in their narrow defeat at Burnley.

Mark Hughes expects to be given time to turn Stoke's fortunes around.

The Welshman is the favourite to be the next Premier League manager shown the door, with the Potters having accumulated their lowest tally of points after 17 games since promotion in 2008.

The squad were confronted by angry fans at Stoke railway station following last weekend's 5-1 loss to Tottenham and Tuesday's last-gasp defeat to Burnley, although a much-improved performance, left them only two points above the bottom three.

Saturday's...