West Ham will be looking to inflict more misery on Premier League strugglers Norwich when they lock horns at Carrow Road on Saturday.
The Canaries have been dragged into the relegation mire after losing their last five games in the league, having kicked off the new year with a 1-0 win over Southampton.
Alex Neil's side slipped into the bottom-three following a 2-0 defeat to basement club Aston Villa last time, while they have conceded 16 goals during that five-mach winless run.
The Hammers, meanwhile, are pushing for European football as they sit just two points adrift of fifth-placed Manchester United in sixth position.
However, they will be looking to bounce back from the 1-0 defeat at Southampton last weekend, which halted a two-games unbeaten run in the league.
In team news, the hosts must do without midfielder Alex Tettey once again and he serves the final installment of his two-match ban.
But Neil could welcome back fellow midfielder Graham Dorrans, who sat out the visit of the Villans with a virus, while on-loan Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford is in line to make his first start for the Canaries.
Visiting boss Slaven Bilic has a growing injury list to contend with after losing Winston Reid, Joey O'Brien (both hamstring) and Cheikhou Kouyate (concussion) in the midweek FA Cup win over Liverpool.
The trio join James Tomkins (calf), Manuel Lanzini and Diafra Sakho (both thigh) on the sidelines, although some good news for Bilic is that Alex Song is fit after recovering from a knock which ruled him out of the cup replay against the Reds.