West Ham United make the short trip across London to face Arsenal in the Premier League this evening and manager David Moyes has plenty to think about in terms of team selection.
The Irons drew 0-0 to Burnley on Sunday and they struggled to create much in attack, managing just three shots on target all game.
It could mean that the Scotsman shakes things up in the attack but it remains to be seen just how much he can do after alluding to potential injury problems during his pre-game press conference.
He is also having to deal with a defensive injury crisis, too.
So what sort of line-up could we see at the Emirates Stadium this evening? Here’s what Football FanCast are predicting…
There could be just two changes from Sunday’s stalemate at Turf Moor as Moyes opts for a different formation.
His backline should remain largely unchanged due to the lack of options available, with the likes of Ben Johnson, Kurt Zouma and Angelo Ogbonna all injured.
However, we could finally see a return for Aaron Cresswell, who must be facing a late fitness test before kick-off after Moyes hinted that he was trying to get him back for this game. He has been missing since the defeat to Man City, where he picked up a back injury after colliding with the post.
The 31-year-old may then start in a back three alongside Craig Dawson and Issa Diop, in front of usual no.1 Lukasz Fabianski, which means Arthur Masuaku and Vladimir Coufal are deployed as wing-backs.
In midfield, the ever-present duo of Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek should remain.
The final change comes in the attack as £18m-rated dynamo Pablo Fornals returns to the starting XI after being dropped from it two games ago. He is likely to replace an out-of-sorts Said Benrahma, with Manuel Lanzini also making way for the aforementioned switch in tactics.
He will join Jarrod Bowen just behind striker Michail Antonio.