West Ham had to deal with what proved to be a tricky FA Cup third round replay with Shrewsbury on Tuesday night, with the majority of players being forced to see out the 120 minutes at the London Stadium.
The likes of Marko Arnautovic and Mark Noble came off the bench to see the job through and fortunately, they came through unscathed.
Speaking to the media, David Moyes has issued updates on the fitness of his squad and most notably the situation surrounding Andy Carroll.
After netting his first goals of the season in the 2-1 win over West Brom earlier this month, Carroll suffered an ankle injury which may require surgery, but Moyes confirms the club are bringing in multiple specialists to assess the injury.
With Carroll out for the foreseeable future, Chicharito could be a set for a run in the side now he has recovered from a bout of flu, while fellow attack Andre Ayew will be assessed ahead of kick-off after sustaining a hamstring injury in training.
Both Cheikhou Kouyate and Declan Rice are available after injury, but Winston Reid remains sidelined. Here’s one last look at our predicted XI.