Slaven Bilic could make a number of changes to his West Ham team as they travel to Cheltenham Town in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday evening.
While the manager is expected to rotate some of his squad, the Hammers will still put out a strong side as they want to go far in the competition this season.
After impressing for the club’s youngsters in the Checkatrade Trophy win at Swindon Town last week, new signing Sead Haksabanovic could be handed his first-team debut at Whaddon Road.
The attacking midfielder has yet to be involved in the first-team squad so far this campaign but it looks like he will be handed his opportunity in the cup.
Diafra Sakho is another player that could also be given an opportunity from kick-off against the League Two side following his return from injury.
The Senegalese striker, who spent the vast majority of last season on the sidelines, has featured off the bench in his side’s defeats at Manchester United and Southampton.
Given Andy Carroll is still missing through injury, Bilic could opt to rest Javier Hernandez and start with Sakho upfront.
Michail Antonio could well start again after his return from injury, while Edimilson Fernandes will more than likely come back into the starting XI.
There may also be a number of changes in defence with Bilic having plenty of options at the back.
Sam Byram could be handed a first start of the season in place of Pablo Zabaleta, with Arthur Masuaku handed a recall on the opposite flank after his disappointing display against Manchester United.
James Collins may well come into defence, while Adrian could take Joe Hart’s place in goal.