West Ham travel to Goodison Park this Sunday, hoping to pick up their first points of the season against Everton.
This trip is always difficult but with Everton carrying a few injuries, West Ham will have chances.
After four losses, West Ham need to get off the mark. They sit at the bottom of the league and need to move up the table.
Ahead of the game, Manuel Pellegrini has some selection dilemmas, including whether to hand a start to Andriy Yarmolenko.
The Ukraine international played two games for his country last week and scored a penalty.
This could do his confidence a lot of good and the Irons will be hoping to see the best of the former Borussia Dortmund winger if he is selected.
Should Pellegrini hand the 28-year-old a start? So far, Michail Antonio and Robert Snodgrass have been preferred.
Here are what some West Ham fans are saying about Yarmolenko and his chances of starting.
Yarmolenko needs to start. Snodgrass and Antonio don’t display anything to suggest they deserve a starting position ahead of him. Yarmolenko, Anderson and Arnautovic needs to be our starting front line. We need to set up to attack with our best options against a depleted Everton.
— Josh Verrills (@WestHamJoshV) September 12, 2018
Hopefully get his first Prem goal for us soon
— ⚒IronHammer⚒ (@ClaretnBlueLife) September 12, 2018
Hope he starts scoring for @WHU.
— GS7 (@GS7_89) September 12, 2018
Right on time to see Snoddy from the bench…
— Robocop.Picareta (@RPicareta) September 12, 2018
Hope that he can start at the weekend and be a positive influence for the Hammers #COYI
— @splitIMG (@splitIMG) September 12, 2018
@ExWHUemployee good show, feel Yarmolenko has had a bit of a rough ride though considering he’s coming back from injury and barely played for 8 months. Tough to impress with few minutes too. Hope he’ll kick on now. COYI
— Andy Myson (@andymyson1703) September 12, 2018
If over Antonio, then yes!
— Timmy J (@TimmyJ_71) September 12, 2018
Funny, but absurd that he’s not playing.
— Alex Korzhiletskiy (@Korzhik) September 13, 2018