West Ham return to Premier League action this weekend with a visit to a resurgent Chelsea side.

Since the interim appointment of Guus Hiddink, Chelsea have been rejuvenated and have climbed back up the table following their bizarre early-season shambles under Jose Mourinho.

Stamford Bridge is once again a tricky place to try to get a result but West Ham will stroll confidently into the game on the back of a seven-game undefeated streak.

The Hammers should have injury doubts Winston Reid, Enner Valencia and Victor Moses available whilst Sam Byram returns from injury. Chelsea will be without their main goal threat Diego Costa who is serving a ban for an alleged biting incident in their FA Cup clash with Everton.

So with the way the team is playing, it makes sense to shape up in a 4-2-3-1 again playing Payet centrally and Antonio further up the field. Emmanuel Emenike has been underwhelming in recent games and with Carroll, Valencia and Sakho all available, the Nigerian could be demoted to the bench.

Here is my predicted starting line-up – one which I think is definitely capable of bringing points back from the Bridge…