With the international break now over focus can return to the Premier League and for the Hammers a visit to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Both teams head into the encounter on the back of extremely positive results before the break. David Moyes’ side coming away from Leicester City with a 3-0 victory.
Whilst Jose Mourinho’s Spurs were in sparkling form as they beat Manchester United 6-1 at Old Trafford.
The Hammers will want to put recent results behind them in this fixture as they lost both clashes during the 2019/20 season.
In fact, Irons’ last victory over Spurs came in April 2019 at the new home of Tottenham, Michail Antonio scoring the only goal of the match.
Whilst we await confirmation of Said Benrahma and any other domestic deadline day deals. With almost a fully fit squad to choose from, here’s how we think Moyes will line-up on Sunday…
GK - Lukas Fabianki
Comfortably Hammers number one choice and has been impressive this term
RB - Vladimir Coufal
Has looked assured since arriving from Slavia Prague and will look to cement his place in the starting XI
CB - Craig Dawson
Likely to go straight into the starting lineup having arrived on loan from Watford for the season
CB - Angelo Ogbonna
The experienced Italian has begun this season well and can expect to partner Dawson moving forward
CB - Aaron Cresswell
Influential against Leicester in a new role having seemingly been almost out of the picture in the close season
LB - Arthur Masuaku
A strong performance in an impressive win last time out should be enough to see him keep his place in the side
CDM - Declan Rice
The first name on the teamsheet on recent form and continued to impress whilst on England duty. Pivotal role to play
CM - Tomas Soucek
Has been a big plus since joining on loan in January and making his move permanent in the summer. Combative and always a threat in the opposition area
RW - Jarrod Bowen
Another who has made an impact since signing. Always a willing runner down the right and has provided quality when needed
LW - Pablo Fornals
Perhaps looking over his shoulder with the imminent arrival of Benrahma and may need some big performances to keep his place
CF - Michail Antonio
One of the inform players in the league since project restart at the end of last season. Major threat