West Ham today take on newly promoted Sheffield United in the hope of building on a positive start to the Premier League season.
Despite losing the last 2 matches, against Manchester City and Liverpool, our Hammers currently sit in 7th and will look to kick on and jump back into the top 6.
The visitors have suggested significantly so far this campaign, and currently sit bottom of the table with just 1 point from the opening 6 matches played – with their last result being an 8-0 home hammering at the hands of Newcastle.
David Moyes has an all-but full squad to choose from, with just Cresswell being the only absentee with a muscle strain.
The big question looming for the boss is whether to introduce Mavropanos to the starting 11, with Aguerd being guilty of making errors in recent weeks.
It is a big call for the manager to make, as well is his decision in midfield, with Mohammed Kudus pushing for his first start in the Premier League since his arrival in the summer.
Oli McBurnie returns for the visitors following suspension, while Gustavo Hamer has recovered from injury and could feature.
The match today kicks off at 3pm and is not being shown on TV. It is however being broadcast on BBC Radio London.