West Ham travel to face Chelsea on Saturday evening in good form, having not suffered defeat in their last seven games.

Chelsea, meanwhile, saw their season all but ended in the space of four days after they were knocked out of the Champions League and FA Cup by Paris Saint-Germain and Everton, respectively.

Chelsea are 11 points and six places off of the Champions League spot, so their aim is probably securing a place in the Europa League next season.

West Ham, however, are only two points behind fourth-placed Manchester City and they could leapfrog them this weekend if they defeat Chelsea and City lose the Manchester derby.

James Tomkins and James Collins are still missing for West Ham, but Winston Reid should be fit to play in the game at Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Sam Byram is back from his suspension and is eligible to play.

With all that in mind, here is the starting 11 that we think Slaven Bilic will select for the game:

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