Given that we have no fresh injury worries, I wouldn’t be surprised if Allardyce lined up with the same starting XI that put in such a pathetic performance at home to Crystal Palace last weekend.
Guy Demel returns from a virus, so he could step in for George McCartney, which might just be the only change in the team as we look to bring up the victory that will mathematically secure Premier League football next season.
Matt Jarvis and Stewart Downing seem to take it in turns for performing well every week, so we could really do with both of them turning up today in order to give Andy Carroll the service he needs in order to justify £20million transfer fee.
The midfield should be unchanged, but Allardyce may be tempted to replace Mohamed Diame with Antonio Nocerino, although the inability to drop Kevin Nolan suggests that’s highly unlikely.
So here’s how we think West Ham might line-up at The Hawthorns this afternoon…