West Ham boss David Moyes has confirmed that in-form striker Michail Antonio will miss their clash against Liverpool at Anfield tomorrow.
Moyes said: "He's been good for us, he has played really well and is an important member of the team.
"When he played against Spurs he felt something, then against City and he felt it. We don't think it is too bad but it will keep him out of this game, that is for sure.
"But we have really been showing a great team ethic. We have been scoring goals from all different areas, we have been playing well as a team.
"Of course, we will miss him. Since we came back from lockdown I think Michail has been as important as any striker in the league."
Antonio, who has scored three goals this season and 11 since the restart, limped off with a hamstring injury against Manchester City last weekend.
The news is a major blow to Moyes, whose side have taken eight points from four tough matches against Leicester, Wolves, Tottenham and City.