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Final London derby held at Boleyn ground before moving to the Olympic stadium in Stratford

Merchandise on sale at the east London club Photo: PA

Title chasing Arsenal and top four challengers West Ham go head to head at the Hammers' iconic Boleyn ground this lunchtime.

The match between the north and east London rivals will be the final derby to be held the stadium which the club have occupied since 1904.

Fans gather for the match against Arsenal at the Boleyn ground Credit: PA

The Irons move into the Olympic stadium at the beginning of next season where they hope to be playing alongside Europe's elite in the Champions league.

Computer graghic of Olympic stadium Credit: West Ham United

The new stadium will have a capacity of 60,000 in comparison to the Boleyn ground which currently accommodates just over 35,000. The stadium has retained its running track, and will also host athletics competitions.