West Ham United travel to Arsenal for a Premier League London derby under the lights on Wednesday evening.
David Moyes' side led the Gunners 3-0 in their last meeting in March but conspired to emerge without a full compliment of points, scoring two of Arsenal's three game-saving goals themselves. That dramatic draw extended Moyes' winless run against the Gunners to nine games across four different managerial stints.
Here's the injury-impacted XI Moyes may call upon to rectify his underwhelming record against the Gunners.
West Ham predicted lineup vs Arsenal - Premier League
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Lukasz Fabianski (GK) - The former Arsenal reserve keeper only once broke past 500 Premier League minutes across five seasons with the Gunners, but is decidedly number one for West Ham.
Vladimir Coufal (RB) - With Ben Johnson now taking his turn on the treatment table, Coufal has finally fully reclaimed his Premier League starting berth.
Craig Dawson (CB) - Lumbered with the chief defensive responsibility in Angelo Ogbonna's continued absence, Dawson had the ball in West Ham's own net the last time he faced Arsenal.
Issa Diop (CB) - Afforded less than half the available Premier League playing time under Moyes, Diop played more than 80% of the total minutes for his predecessor Manuel Pellegrini - but is set to extend his involvement thanks to the failing fitness of others.
Arthur Masuaku (LB) - They say that honesty has seeped out of the corporate, modern game but Masuaku bucked the trend with a revealing tweet to explain his unorthodox winner against Chelsea: "So, was it a cross or was it shot ??!? (hint : I was as surprised as you)."
Tomas Soucek (CM) - The ultimate COVID-era Premier League footballer, Soucek has started every top flight match since Project Restart kicked off in June 2020.
Declan Rice (CM) - West Ham's only outfield ever-present in the Premier League so far is unlikely to miss any minutes if Moyes can avoid it.
Manuel Lanzini (AM) - Ushered back into the fold of late, half of the Argentine's top flight goals in the past four seasons have come in the last fortnight.
Jarrod Bowen (RW) - An uptick in the quantity and quality of chances falling the way of West Ham's Hereford-born winger hasn't inflated his goal tally, but it's a healthy step in that direction.
Michail Antonio (ST) - Goalless in his previous eight club games, Antonio last found the net against the other half of the Premier League's north London rivalry.
Pablo Fornals (LW) - After a rare pair of substitute appearances, Fornals may return to his starting berth as West Ham strive for the attacking incision that was desperately lacking against Burnley.