Despite having the majority of possession and chances the Hammers failed to break the deadlock in 180 minutes of football against the League One promotion-chasers.
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Ferrero was founded as a family business in Alba, Italy, in 1946, and entered the US market in 1969 with Tic Tac breath mints. Nestle, based in Switzerland, says its US candy business accounts for about 3 percent of its USA division's sales.
While they have by far the best home record in League One, Shrewsbury have only won twice in their last nine league matches on the road.
Josh Cullen, Burke and Reece Oxford added to a youthful line-up while there was no place in the squad for the injured Andy Carroll, who has been linked heavily this week with a move to Chelsea. Joe Riley, Max Lowe and Payne all came in.
Otherwise, it had been 45 minutes high on work and toil, but short on quality or invention, with the visitors certainly not made to feel uncomfortable and arguably even the better side overall.
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The mess at Stoke right now is summed up by the fact that Saido Berahino turned up for the Manchester United game a day early. Antonio Valencia looks like the biggest beneficiary with the Ecuador right back training the full week in Dubai.
If the Scot needs to make changes then he has options on his bench, including Mark Noble and Marko Arnautovic.
Arnautovic's fellow sub Mark Noble nearly put the Hammers in front in the 94th minute when he sent a header goalwards from a corner with Henderson off his line, but Ben Godfrey was on hand to clear his effort off the line.
Shrewsbury's most dramatic escape was yet to come, however, as Lanzini looked certain to score after an Arnautovic lay-up but was instead denied, again on the line, this time by the chest of the diving James Bolton. West Ham were relieved to hear the final whistle blow.
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