West Ham are still in the hunt for Europa League qualification as they prepare to welcome Swansea City to Upton Park on Saturday.
After four successive draws, the Hammers have now won their last two in a row, putting three past both Watford and West Brom to make it 10 games unbeaten and keep them just one point behind Manchester United, who sit fifth in the automatic Europa League qualification spot.
The Swans recently returned to winning ways with a 3-1 victory over Liverpool last weekend, after having conceded seven goals in earlier defeats to Newcastle and Leicester. The Welsh outfit are set to finish the campaign mid-table, but put in a good shift against the Reds and will want to do the same in London.
In team news, Hammers manager Slaven Bilic has confirmed that goalkeeper Adrian (calf), meaning that Darren Randolph will start between the sticks.
For the Swans, left-back Neil Taylor (groin strain) and playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson (shoulder) have been ruled out, while Jefferson Montero is a doubt after picking up a knock. Manager Francesco Guidolin also stated that captain Ashley Williams "needs a break and might not feature".