Boleyn to bow out in style.
West Ham supporters wave goodbye to the Boleyn Ground on Wednesday and the frenzied atmosphere for the final match at Upton Park could help produce a game full of goals.
The Hammers, who move into the Olympic Stadium next season, are pushing for a Europa League spot and seem determined to depart with a bang.
Slaven Bilic has got the fans on side and they play to attack - something which was not always the case under Sam Allardyce last season.
However, defensively the Hammers can be exposed, as shown in last weekend's 4-1 drubbing by Swansea and, more pertinently, by Manchester United in last month's FA Cup quarterfinal replay at Upton Park. The visitors won that match 2-1 and will be sad to see the back of a venue where they are unbeaten in the league since 2007.
The Red Devils have scored in 14 of their last 16 matches at West Ham and a win here would see them sneak into fourth place.
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