West Ham travel to Burnley on Sunday afternoon, hoping to register consecutive Premier League victories for the first time in over a month.
The Hammers are still in the top four courtesy of a fantastic 3-2 victory over Chelsea last time out, and that helped to banish the memories of recent defeats to Wolves and Manchester City.
Thursday saw a young West Ham side lose to Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League, but it should be back to full-strength – or as close to it because of injuries – for Moyes come kick off on Sunday.
Lukasz Fabianski (GK) – Hasn’t missed a minute of Premier League action this term and, for most of the part, has been excellent.
Vladimir Coufal (RB) – Lost his place to Ben Johnson earlier in the campaign after injury, but doesn’t looked to have missed a beat. A certain starter because of injuries.
Craig Dawson (CB) – For little over £2m, Dawson has proven to be a fantastic bit of business. An extended run in the side awaits with Zouma and Ogbonna out.
Issa Diop (CB) – Many West Ham fans have called for Diop to become a regular starter – now they will get their wish.
Arthur Masuaku (LB) – Aaron Cresswell and Ben Johnson remain doubts, meaning there could be a rare start for Masuaku – who was actually superb against Chelsea from a defensive point of view after coming on, in addition to his winning goal.
Declan Rice (CM) – Not much needs to be said about this man’s role and significance in the West Ham side – absolutely pivotal.
Tomas Soucek (CM) – Such a workhorse and will surely be in line for a 16th Premier League start of the campaign.
Pablo Fornals (CM) – The Spaniard dropped to the bench against Chelsea at London Stadium, but his tenacious work ethic and his impact off the bench should earn a recall.
Jarrod Bowen (RW) – Was immense against Chelsea, adding to his growing list of plaudits, and will certainly retain his spot on the right flank.
Michail Antonio (ST) – Without a goal since late October, Antonio needs to make his mark in that column as well as providing for others.
Manuel Lanzini (LW) – Recent bright cameos from the bench led to a start for Lanzini against Chelsea, and he didn’t disappoint. Another should follow here.