After a good run throughout December and January, West Ham have begun to be drawn back into the relegation scrap after winning just one of their last five Premier League games.
Sitting in 13th place, three points clear of the relegation zone, David Moyes’ side have just 10 games to secure their Premier League status but have the second-toughest run-in of all clubs based on the average league position of their remaining opponents.
With trips to Arsenal and Chelsea as well as visits from both Manchester clubs on the horizon, games against the likes of Swansea are earmarked as must-win games for the Hammers given their situation.
West Ham have a great record against the Swans in recent years, suffering just one defeat in their last 10 meetings, winning each of the last three and not suffering a loss at the Liberty Stadium since 2012.
Moyes has a fully fit squad to choose from besides long-term absentees Andy Carroll, Pedro Obiang and Edimilson Fernandes and here is our predicted XI.