Slaven Bilic’s West Ham will be over the moon having got a point away from their trip to Anfield but having taken the lead for a while, the manager will have dreamt of all three points. None the less, West Ham area slowly accumulating points, trying to get out of the pit at the bottom of the table and now face a tricky test against Sean Dyche’s Burnley at home on Wednesday, just days after their Anfield heroics. Bilic will know that he has a great chance to put one over Burnley and start climbing the points table and will field his strongest XI for this game. Here is the predicted lineup that Bilic might play for this game against Burnley:
Here is the predicted lineup that Bilic might play for this game against Burnley:
The manager has missed some of his star players from the start of the season but things are starting to look good for him with a number of players closing to a return. Cheikhou Kouyate and James Collins are close to a return and may feature in this game at some point of time while Diafra Sakho and Reece Oxford are not too far away from training.
The first choice shot-stopper for West Ham now , Randolph has been in decent form and should start this game against Burnley.
Stuck in well at Anfield to help his side to a point with a decent performance and should keep his place in the side for this game.
Though Collins might be back in action, Reid put in a decent shift at Anfield and should continue at the heart of the defence for West Ham.
The Italian has been in fine form this season for West Ham and has been one of their most consistent players and will start this game against Burnley
Having scored a goal against Liverpool, Antonio will be pumped up ahead of this game and could be a big threat on the wing for Burnley.
The English midfielder was overworked in the game against Liverpool but he put in a decent performance to warrant a place in the side for this game.
The heartbeat of the midfield for West Ham this season, Obiang has not been at his best recently but this game against Burnley is a great opportunity for him to get back to form.
The English wingback put in a mammoth performance against Liverpool at Anfield and will start in just a few days time against Burnley on Wednesday.
Failed to create anything in the game at the weekend but Lanzini is one of the most creative players in the side at West Ham and should start this game.
Rescuing a point for his side, not for the first time this season, Payet yet again showed that he is a class apart at Anfield and should keep his place in the starting XI for this game.
Though not effective against Liverpool, Ayew is a natural finisher who will get West Ham some goals and he should start this game, leading the attacking line for West Ham.