A game of two halves last outing for the Hammers saw a 2-0 defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, where Eden Hazard was the glaring bridge between the quality in the two teams.

West Ham were awful in the first half, being lucky coming into the break at just 1-0 down thanks to some magic from the Belgian winger, yet a change in tactics, and hopefully a grilling from Pellegrini, saw the Hammers start the second half in fine fashion.

However, it was not to be the Hammers’ night, as Hazard stuck away his second in the final moments of the game, ending any resurgence of a West Ham comeback.

Looking ahead, the Hammers face a tough visit to Old Trafford, albeit with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side not in the greatest of form themselves, having lost four out of their last five games.

However, with West Ham’s current away form, this looks to be a comfortable win for the Red Devils.

Pellegrini, however, should be positive from both the second half performance and the return of Fabian Balbuena, who was superb on his return to the starting XI.

Here is how we think the Hammers could line up for the trip to Manchester: