West Bromwich Albion will be looking for their second Premier League win in the space of four days when they head to the London Stadium on Tuesday.
Baggies manager Sam Allardyce finally got a first win in his latest managerial assignment, with a 3-2 win in the Black Country derby at Wolves on Saturday.
On Tuesday, Allardyce returns to one of his former employers looking for more points to fuel their fight for Premier League survival.
It’s no small task for West Brom though. West Ham are in very good form at the moment. The Hammers are going for four consecutive wins to open a calendar year for the first time since 1958.
Allardyce also needs his own personal luck to change, having lost each of his last six matches when David Moyes has occupied the other managerial technical area.
West Brom are on a three-match unbeaten streak away from the Hawthorns, one match away from a Premier League club record.
Moyes has a fully-fit squad to choose from on Tuesday, with Michail Antonio, Manuel Lanzini and Andrei Yarmolenko all available to start.
Ex-Hammers midfielder Robert Snodgrass looks set to make a quick return to action at the London Stadium, but fellow former West Ham man Grady Diangana will miss out.
Conor Gallagher and Sam Johnstone could return for West Brom, but Conor Townsend, Karlan Grant and Matt Phillips are all unavailable.