Chelsea face West Ham at Kingsmeadow on Wednesday evening in the first of the rearranged fixtures from the WSL's postponed opening weekend.
WSL champions Chelsea chalked up their first points of the season on Sunday with a 2-0 victory over Manchester City, having been surprisingly beaten the previous week at Liverpool.
It's also one win and one defeat thus far for West Ham as the Hammers continue to find their feet under new boss Paul Konchesky.
How to watch Chelsea vs West Ham on TV/live stream
When is kick off? Wednesday 28 September, 19:05 (BST)
Where is the match being played? Kingsmeadow
TV channel/livestream? BBC Two, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Website
What time does coverage start? 19:00 (BST)
Referee? Tom Reeves
Chelsea vs West Ham team news
Pernille Harder remains a doubt, having sat out Chelsea's opening two WSL matches with a hamstring injury - although she did return to the grass on Friday.
Hayes opted to play two defensively minded fullbacks in Magdalena Eriksson and Maren Mjelde on Sunday to deal with Manchester City's strong wide threat, and could change it up once more on Wednesday.
Paul Konchesky has named an unchanged side in his first two competitive matches as West Ham boss, and could make it three from three against Chelsea.
Chelsea vs West Ham predicted lineups
Chelsea: Berger; Buchanan, Bright, Eriksson; Charles, Cuthbert, Fleming, Reiten; James, Kerr, Kirby.
West Ham: Arnold; Shimizu, Parker, Cissoko, Smith; Longhurst, Brynjarsdottir; Evans, Hayashi, Ziu; Asseyi.
Chelsea vs West Ham score prediction
Having bounced back from their opening day disappointment, Chelsea will be expected to continue their winning run against West Ham.
Lauren James and Fran Kirby look back after injury and illness disrupted their 2021/22 campaigns, and form a frightening forward line with Sam Kerr. They should have too much for Konchesky's still evolving West Ham side.