West Ham travel to the Etihad Stadium to face the league leaders Manchester City in a game that most people have already ruled the Hammers out of winning.
A number of injuries mean there could be a number of changes to the team that got humiliated against Everton in midweek.
With Joe Hart being ineligible due to his loan agreement, the fans could see Adrian back in goal for the first time in over a month to help solidify the defence. Pablo Zabaleta will be looking to keep his place in the team as he prepares to face his old club.
Will Toni Martinez finally be able to get his a start in the first-team?
We’ve had a go at predicting the starting XI against Manchester City and here’s what we think the team could look like.
The Spaniard looks to make a return to the team after his last appearance came in the cup game win against Tottenham at Wembley.
RB: Pablo Zabaleta
With the Argentine making his return to the Etihad for the first time since he left in the summer he will be looking to be included in the fold once again.
CB: Declan Rice
With Winston Reid a doubt for the game Declan Rice might be given the nod in front of the vice-captain.
Rice featured as a centre-back against Tottenham in the cup in his last start for the Hammers.
CB: Angelo Ogbonna
Ogbonna could be the only senior centre-back to be fit with both James Collins and Jose Fonte having long-term injuries.
LB: Arthur Masuaku
Arthur Masuaku could potentially start at left-back in front of Aaron Cresswell after some poor performances from the Englishman.
CDM: Mark Noble
The skipper could be given the nod to start with David Moyes looking for a more solid midfield.
CDM: Cheikhou Kouyate
Kouyate could come into the team instead of Pedro Obiang despite both players having poor performances midweek, however, the Senegalese international will look to help push the ball further up in midfield.
RM: Michail Antonio
Antonio will make a return to the team after overcoming his injury.
CAM: Manuel Lanzini
The Argentine will keep his place in the team, despite having his penalty saved midweek. He will be looking to bounce back with a good performance.
LM: Marko Arnautovic
Arnautovic will keep his place in the team after impressing since Moyes took over. He’ll be tasked with dealing with the physicality and speed of Kyle Walker.
ST: Andre Ayew
With both Andy Carroll and Javier Hernandez both still ruled out through injury, that leaves only Ayew and Diafra Sakho as the only fit senior strikers and the potential of Toni Martinez sitting on the bench.
Ayew will get the nod in front of Sakho tomorrow with the latter possibly being brought on in the second half to help attack the tiring City defence.