Photos: Manuel Lanzini returns from injury and 18-year-old Marcus Browne joins in West Ham first-team training

West Ham take on Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup tomorrow afternoon.

West Ham United face off with Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup tomorrow and Slaven Bilic has a few injury worries to keep him up at night.

Andy Carroll and Enner Valencia are both injured. Right-back will also be an issue. Sam Byram is cup-tied whilst James Tomkins and Joey O'Brien injures meaning Bilic will have to be creative with his right-back options.

However one player's return will be massively appreciated. Argentine midfielder Manuel Lanzini was in fine form before picking up a hamstring problem.

He is back in training this week and will be hopeful of getting back into the first team.

Emmanuel Emenike was also hard at work in training. The Nigerian is the club's only fit recognised first-team striker, so will need to be sharp.

Another player who will hope for a chance to shine v Blackburn is Reece Oxford. The teenage talent started the season in fine form but has since been on the fringes of the first-team continuing his development with the under-21s. The FA Cup may give him another chance to shine.

But the fleeting appearance of a squad number also highlights the presence of another young man. Number '52' is Marcus Browne - an 18-year-old attacking midfielder who was recently in the matchday squad against Norwich City.

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