West Ham United take on Huddersfield in the English Premier League this weekend and the Hammers will be itching to get back to winning ways after their loss to Cardiff City.

The Hammers has been having a very mixed season and the London outfit have managed to pick up only two wins in their previous five games.

Pellegrini chose to push a few of his first-team regulars to the bench vs Cardiff but this weekend most of them are expected to return to the first XI.

West Ham Utd news:

Andy Carroll has received has picked up a late injury and reports suggests the striker has injured his ankle. While West Ham are still waiting for a late fitness update but we do not think he will be able to make it to the matchday squad.

Marko Arnautovic came off the bench vs Cardiff City as Javier Hernandez started up front but this time Pellegrini will surely choose the Austrian to start vs the Terriers.

Manuel Lanzini has returned back to full fitness after being sidelined with injuries for a couple of months and the attacking midfielder is once again expected to start this weekend.

The introduction of Lanzini means January signing Samir Nasri will once again remain on the bench and might come on as a substitute during the second half.

Michael Antonio was left out of the first XI last weekend and this time too the wide player should miss out.

Declan Rice and Mark Noble have more or less secured their place in central midfield while the back four is not expected to change too.

West Ham Utd news: Hammers predicted XI

First XI: Fabianski, Cresswell, Ogbonna, Diop, Fredericks, Mark Noble, Declan Rice, Felipe Anderson, Lanzini, Snodgrass, Arnautovic.

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