West Ham United have a decision to make over the final weeks of the season.
West Ham are trying to keep afloat and avoid the nightmare of relegation.
There is a lot of work to be done over the final eight games of the season, and David Moyes' biggest decision could hinge on who starts in goal.
Moyes has given more chances to goalkeeper Adrian, but Joe Hart got the nod at the weekend in their 3-0 home loss to Burnley.
Both goalkeepers have now played 15 Premier League games each, making this an ideal chance to compare their performances.
|Team||Saves per game||Saves from shots inside the box||Saves from shots outside the box||Good High Claims per game||Goals Conceded per game||Error Lead To Goal||Appearances||Mins Played|
|Joe Hart||West Ham||2.6||1.47||1.07||0.2||2.2||3||15||1,350|
This is a comparison where Spaniard Adrian comes out on top over Hammers loanee Joe Hart.
The England international has made three errors which have directly led to goals, in comparison to Adrian's clean slate.
Adrian makes more saves per game and concedes fewer goals per match over this period.
Perhaps it made sense for Moyes to try and change it up after Adrian conceded four against Swansea City, but Hart has shown he is no improvement, and is actually a downgrade.
West Ham need to pick one goalkeeper and stick with him until the end of the season. Adrian should be that man.