Crystal Palace will be looking to secure another win at Selhurst Park this weekend when they welcome West Ham United.
The Eagles were impressive last time out as they defeated Fulham 2-0, courtesy of goals from Luka Milivojevic and Jeffrey Schlupp.
West Ham, meanwhile, will take confidence into this short trip to Palace after holding title-challenging Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at the London Stadium. Michail Antonio netted after Sadio Mane’s opener for the Reds.
Roy Hodgson will have plenty of absentees to contend with, however.
Wilfried Zaha is available after the FA suspended his ban following Palace’s appeal, but injuries somewhat restrict the squad.
James Tomkins is set to be sidelined, with Cheikhou Kouyate also unlikely to be risked. Julian Speroni, Pape Souare and Connor Wickham have all been ruled out of Saturday’s clash, too.
It’s set to be an intriguing encounter in South London, so take a look at how we think Palace could line up against West Ham!
Guaita is Palace’s number one. He’ll get the nod.
Wan-Bissaka will be hoping to keep Felipe Anderson quiet on Saturday afternoon.
Hodgson could select Dann ahead of Martin Kelly, with James Tomkins sidelined.
Sakho is an undisputed starter in the Palace backline. He’ll play in central defence.
Patrick van Aanholt
Van Aanholt, too, is a mainstay and will operate at left-back.
Townsend could play on the right-hand side of midfield against West Ham.
Milivojevic has been impressive of late and is poised to start in the middle.
Alongside Milivojevic, McArthur is likely to start in central midfield.
Jeffrey Schlupp is a favourite of Hodgson’s and netted against Fulham, but it is likely that Zaha will return.
Benteke is key to how Palace play and is poised to get the nod up front.
After an impressive cameo appearance on his debut, Batshuayi could make his first start.