Following last week’s heartbreaking defeat at Manchester United, West Ham are looking to bounce back on home turf against an in-form Leicester City side who are rejuvenated with Brendan Rodgers at the helm.

West Ham, who have won just once in their last five outings, hope to mimic a performance just like the one at Old Trafford. The display deserved more, and if it weren’t for some atrocious refereeing decisions, it could have brought three points.

On the other hand, Leicester will look to make it five wins from six and seem to be front-runners in the race for seventh place.

With the season practically over for the Hammers, who are safe from relegation but too far away from the chasing pack for seventh, Saturday is a great opportunity to restore some positivity to the side. Fans will be hoping for a performance emulating last Saturday in what will be an interesting game at the London Stadium.

Notable absences for the game include both Samir Nasri and Manuel Lanzini; the latter picked up a knock at United. Javier Hernandez is also doubtful for the clash.

Meanwhile, Robert Snodgrass should be available for selection amidst his impending ban, due to the club’s decision to appeal the decision.

Here is the starting XI I believe Manuel Pellegrini will select for Saturday’s game against Leicester: