The injury sustained by Carl Jenkinson means West Ham have been left especially short of options at right back, so Michail Antonio will continue to carry out the superb job he has been doing in that position.
The rest of the back four should remain unchanged from the win against Watford.
Lanzini has been dropping deeper into midfield in recent times, perhaps stifling his creative capabilities in the game, but allowing more zip in the Hammers passing play and providing a better link to the attacking players.
Kouyate will provide the midfield steel while Noble will continue to bid for a place at Hodgson's Euro 2016 squad.
Speaking of players attempting to impress at their club for an England call up, Andy Carroll is doing his chances of making it on the plane to France this summer. After a slow start to the season, Carroll has now hit top form, notching a total of nine league goals.