West Ham will be looking to make it two wins on the bounce this week as they welcome Cardiff City to the London Stadium.
The Hammers bounced back from a humbling home defeat to Manchester City with a comprehensive win at Newcastle United.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men were in fine form up north and secured all three points after a well-taken brace from Javier Hernandez was followed up by a calm finish from Felipe Anderson.
West Ham are favourites heading into this game but will know that Cardiff have the capacity to spring a surprise on Tuesday night.
Neil Warnock’s side have not been inspiring, as such, but have ground out results well in recent weeks. The Bluebirds head into this fixture following a 2-1 home win against fellow newly-promoted side Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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Fabianski is set to continue in between the sticks.
With Ryan Fredericks ruled out, Pellegrini has little room to rotate.
Diop will be looking to continue his strong start to the season against Cardiff.
Balbuena is unlikely to be displaced from his position alongside Diop.
Aaron Cresswell is still nursing a knock, so Masuaku is set to play at left-back.
Noble is likely to captain the side against Cardiff on Tuesday night.
Rice is enjoying his football at the moment and is set to play in central midfield again.
Snodgrass has been a useful player for Pellegrini and is likely to start against Cardiff.
Arnautovic is unlikely to be displaced from the West Ham starting line-up.
After confidently netting against Newcastle, the club-record signing is set to keep his place on the left.
Hernandez was clinical against Newcastle and will be desperate to convert once again.