West Ham United face the daunting task of another game against Liverpool on Monday night.
West Ham are deep in the relegation mire.
David Moyes has overseen just one victory since taking over at the end of December.
His team selection, tactics and in game management have been heavily criticised.
Indeed the Scot’s negative setup for the no contest defeat at Man City last time out saw many fans call for him to be sacked and replaced by Sam Allardyce.
Moyes forced to be more adventurous in search of vital points?
For most teams Liverpool is a free hit.
But West Ham need every point they can get.
After the wave of criticism from supporters Moyes will be a touch more adventurous at Anfield.
With the league title all but confirmed, an injury to captain Jordan Henderson and the fact Liverpool go into the game having lost in the Champions League in midweek, it might be as good a time as any to face Jurgen Klopp’s men.
Some fans calling for Scot’s sacking
Moyes left over £130 million of talent out of his West Ham side against City.
He won’t make the same mistake again.
The Scot will make four changes, one enforced and the other three a necessity if West Ham are to have any hope of a positive result.
Injury-prone right back Ryan Fredericks looks to be out for the season after yet another injury after an innocuous challenge.
He will be replaced by Pablo Zabaleta.
Bowen makes first start?
Passenger Mark Noble will come out of the side for Felipe Anderson to play the number 10 role.
And Jarrod Bowen will replace Robert Snodgrass.
Sebastien Haller comes back in with Arthur Masuaku making way after his surprise start in the ineffective 541 formation Moyes keeps trying to make work.
Predicted West Ham starting XI to face Liverpool:
Fabianski, Zabaleta, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Rice, Soucek, Anderson, Antonio, Bowen, Haller