Cardiff City will travel to the English capital, where they'll face West Ham United in a Tuesday evening encounter in the Premier League.
The Bluebirds are fresh off a 2-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers and are looking for their first away win of the season. Neil Warnock's men sit two points above the relegation zone and a win could stretch the gap to five points - should results elsewhere go their way.
Here's a look at which players could feature for Warnock.
1. Goalkeeper & Defenders
Neil Etheridge (GK) - Etheridge's wait for a clean sheet reached 11 games against Wolves and isn't likely to end against West Ham, however, Cardiff's number one will be looking to put in a good display at the London Stadium.
Bruno Ecuele Manga (RCB) - Will be crucial to stopping in form winger Felipe Anderson, who will be keen to exploit Cardiff's right-flank to create and score goals.
Sean Morrison (CB) - Morrison has been an ever-present in Cardiff's backline and has supplied three assists thus far.
Sol Bamba (LCB) - The Bluebirds fan favourite has so far struggled for consistency but his strength and ability to read the game remain key attributes for manager Warnock.
Victor Camarasa (RWB) - The Spaniard could play a right wing-back role on Tuesday, as he makes his 14th league start of the season.
Joe Ralls (CM) - Ralls will again be important to his side's hopes of maintaining control in midfield.
Aron Gunnarsson (DM) - A goal for the midfielder against Wolves only further highlighted his importance to Cardiff's fortunes this season.
Harry Arter (CM) - Completed 76 minutes against Wolves before being substituted but will return to start in midfield for Warnock's side against West Ham.
Josh Murphy (LWB) - Murphy is looking for his first goal in five games and should be given a start as Cardiff's main danger from the left wing.
Danny Ward (ST) - Ward missed Cardiff's last game as he sat on the substitute's bench but should be knocking on his manager's door this week for a start.
Junior Hoilett (ST) - It was Hoilett's brilliant goal that sealed three points for his side last Friday, and the Canadian is once again likely to start in an advanced position as he looks to fire Cardiff to another win.