Striker dilemma for Hammers chief

West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola faces a selection headache in attack ahead of Saturday's Premier League match with Burnley at Turf Moor.

Last Updated: 05/02/10 at 15:34

McCarthy: Expected to feature

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Zola has gone from having limited attacking options to a choice of six strikers following the club's transfer dealings in the January window.

West Ham signed forwards Benni McCarthy, Mido and Ilan prior to Monday's transfer deadline.

Mido and McCarthy are expected to feature but Danny Gabbidon, Guillermo Franco and Kieron Dyer (all hamstring) are ruled out.

Hammers (from): Green, Upson, Spector, Tomkins, Kovac, Cole, Noble, Behrami, Parker, Faubert, Collison, Nouble, Sears, Ilunga, Da Costa, Stech, Stanislas, Mido, McCarthy, Ilan.

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