West Ham face Newcastle United in the third-place play-off of the Asia Trophy on Saturday.
The Hammers are set to battle it out for third place after they were beaten 4-1 by Premier League champions Manchester City in the semi-final.
Despite taking the lead through a penalty from Mark Noble, goals from David Silva, Lucas Nmecha and Raheem Sterling (2) meant that West Ham failed to reach the final.
Newcastle, meanwhile, are set to be managed by Steve Bruce for the first time since his arrival at the club from Sheffield Wednesday.
The Toon Army lost 4-0 to Wolves in the other semi-final, with the caretaker staff in charge of the club for the game.
Manuel Pellegrini will see this as a good chance to further test his squad, against Premier League opposition, as well as a fitness exercise.
Here is how we predict that West Ham will line up against Bruce’s side…
The Spanish shot-stopper made a couple of decent saves in the semi-final. He could be given another run-out against Newcastle this weekend.
The Argentine defender, who is retiring at the end of next season, could start at right-back. It will be between him and Ryan Fredericks in the Premier League next term.
The French defender should start again in defence. He enjoyed a superb first season at the club.
After 18 months out injured, this will be the perfect opportunity for Winston Reid to start a game for the Hammers.
After coming off the bench in the second-half against Manchester City earlier this week, Cresswell should come in from the start against Newcastle on Saturday.
We predict that the West Ham skipper will lead his side out yet again this weekend. He scored West Ham’s only goal against Manchester City.
The England international could be given another start to build his fitness ahead of next season. He was superb in the Premier League last year for the Hammers.
After missing the majority of last season, and starting on the bench against City, Yarmolenko will be hoping to get the nod from the start against Newcastle this weekend.
Lanzini started out on the left against City, but could be moved more centrally against Newcastle. The Argentine missed almost all of last season due to injury.
Anderson played off the right against Manchester City, but moving Lanzini into the middle could allow for the Brazilian to play out on the left.
The Mexican will need to show what he can do after the arrival of Sebastien Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt for a club-record fee. He has taken the number nine shirt at West Ham this summer.