West Ham United will travel to AFC Wimbledon in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Saturday.
The Hammers head into this game after defeating Birmingham City in the previous round of the competition. Their counterparts, meanwhile, advanced after defeating Fleetwood Town with a 3-2 win.
Manuel Pellegrini is likely to make several changes to his team, handing some of the lesser-utilised members of his squad chances to shine.
The Chilean will still have plenty of absentees to contend with when picking his starting line-up, however, and Marko Arnautovic looks set to miss out again after being excluded from the team’s recent 2-0 defeat at Bournemouth.
Take a look at how we predicted West Ham to line up against League One side AFC Wimbledon on Saturday night.
Adrian is likely to come in for Lukasz Fabianski between the sticks.
Antonio could come in for Pablo Zabaleta, with Pellegrini likely to be keen on resting the defender.
Diop is poised to retain his place in the starting line-up and will operate on in central defence.
Fabian Balbuena and Winston Reid are still out, meaning that Ogbonna will start next to Diop.
Aaron Cresswell is likely to drop out, with Masuaku set to come in at left-back.
In central midfield, it is likely that Rice will be given the chance to continue his strong recent form.
Alongside Rice in the middle, Obiang is set to start.
Snodgrass is poised to start and will be hoping to contribute against a shaky Wimbledon backline.
The youngster is set to be given a chance to flourish against lower-league opposition.
With Arnautovic not in contention, Hernandez could make a start.
The young forward was good against Birmingham and could be given another start in the FA Cup.