Fresh from the international break, West Ham are facing what is undoubtedly their biggest game of the season so far.
Sitting one place and two points clear of the relegation zone, the Hammers welcome 18th-placed Southampton to the London Stadium with the loser to be marooned in the bottom three with just seven Premier League games to go.
In their first home game since the torrid scenes at the London Stadium during the 3-0 defeat to Burnley last time out, West Ham will be hoping the fans can really get behind the players this weekend.
With a number of first-team players sidelined due to injury, we take a stab at the predicted XI for tomorrow’s clash.
After a poor display on his return to the team, Joe Hart is dropped for Adrian.
With Reid and Collins both injured, Rice comes back into the defence.
Ogbonna will anchor the defence.
Cresswell moves back inside into the back three.
Zabaleta continues at right wing-back.
Masuaku returns from suspension to start at left wing-back.
The skipper will hope for a less eventual afternoon than the last game.
Kouyate partners Nobes in midfield.
Antonio starts in wide attacking role.
Arnautovic moves out wide with Lanzini not ready to start.
Hernandez is afforded the start up front.