WEST HAM club captain Mark Noble is set to make his last ever Premier League appearance against Albion.

Noble was given a send off to remember at the London Stadium on Sunday as West Ham drew 2-2 with Manchester City.

The Englishman has made almost 550 appearances for the Hammers and besides early career loan moves to Hull City and Ipswich Town he has spent his entire career at the club.

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Manager David Moyes is likely to start with Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek in the middle of the park, but Noble will be a favourite to make a cameo appearances off the bench in the second half of the match against the Seagulls.

It is quite fitting that Noble's last match will be against Lewis Dunk, who along with the West Ham man is a rare breed of player.

The duo have spent the majority of their careers at the same club and are considered to be heroes by the club's fans.

Albion will be hoping to spoil Noble's final send off and claim a spot in the top half of the Premier League table.

Graham Potter's side have a decent record against West Ham in England's top flight, not losing a single game since promotion in 2017.