Wigan are preparing for a Premier League trip to England to be their most competitive of the season, with manager Brian McDermott looking to get the best out of his team.
In his first game since leaving Spurs for the English Premier League, McDermott is looking to use the home-grown duo of Wallace and Moussa Dembele in his squad, with the England international likely to start in midfield, where he has been the backbone of the Wigan side this season.
Wigan’s win over Reading at Wembley was the first time the Hammers have beaten the Eagles since November, when they lost 3-1 to Southampton at Wembley.
A win over West Ham United would see them extend their unbeaten run to eight games.
It is a good test for them, and they are very well prepared for it.
Moussa and Mousa Dembel are in the squad, and I think the fans will be very happy to see Moussa playing in front of them.
He’s a young guy and he’s really got a bright future, so we’re really looking forward to it.
Moussa Dembélé has played in seven Premier League games for the Hammer, making seven starts, but is currently recovering from a serious knee injury.
Wembley Stadium was home to Spurs in 2014, and was a venue for the last two European Cup finals between England and France.
It’s a great place to play, I’m sure they’ll be delighted.
Mousa and Moussah have played for us, so they’re very experienced.
They’re the two players we need, so Moussa has got the experience and the experience is a great asset to us.
I think they’ve both shown themselves to be very good.
Wolves host Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday, with a trip to Manchester United to follow on Monday night.