David Moyes has explained that Ryan Fredericks is absent for the trip to high-flying Everton because the West Ham right back is self-isolating due to Covid-19

The 28-year-old has only made four starts for the Hammers this season, with the most recent of those coming in the 0-0 draw against Southampton at St Mary’s on December 29.  

West Ham's Ryan Fredericks has been forced to self-isolate in line with Covid-19 protocols

West Ham's Ryan Fredericks has been forced to self-isolate in line with Covid-19 protocols

West Ham’s Ryan Fredericks has been forced to self-isolate in line with Covid-19 protocols

Lukasz Fabianski pulled up in the warm-up at Goodison Park with Darren Randolph coming in

Lukasz Fabianski pulled up in the warm-up at Goodison Park with Darren Randolph coming in

Lukasz Fabianski pulled up in the warm-up at Goodison Park with Darren Randolph coming in

Moyes returns to his former club with the Toffees in with a chance of moving second by the end of Friday if they better Manchester United’s result against Aston Villa.

West Ham have also had to make a late change to the starting line-up with Lukasz Fabianski pulling up injured in the warm-up. 

The Pole will be replaced by Darren Randolph, with third-choice goalkeeper David Martin being moved onto the substitutes’ bench.  

Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk

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