Who will start?
The West Ham players will not be the only ones watching their side face Hull City on Saturday.
Hull City are not exactly a team of attacking stars, with the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Adrien Rabiot, Danny Rose and Victor Moses all expected to start.
West Ham have a few strikers to choose from, but none of them have scored as many goals as Moses, who has scored four goals in six games.
Will West Ham start the weekend on the front foot?
It looks like West Ham will have to settle for a draw.
It will be a different story for the Tigers, who were beaten 1-0 by Southampton last weekend.
The Tigers have lost seven of their last nine matches, but have scored seven goals in that run, and that will surely give West Ham the edge over the Saints.
What are the key stats from West Ham’s last three Premier League matches?
West Ham have lost four of their past five games, with just one victory in the last seven.
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West Brom have the first-choice striker to start, but Moses and David Nugent will be back.
“It is a fantastic challenge for us,” said Moses, “because we know we are one of the best strikers in the world.”
Will they be able to hold onto their lead?
Westham have scored 12 goals in their last four Premier League games, but it will be difficult for them to keep it up.
They were beaten by West Brom 2/4 on their last visit to the Hawthorns, and it was the first time they had conceded more than three goals in a league game since December.
Did West Ham beat Hull?
No, but they will get some much-needed points after beating Southampton.
Their last league win was a 2-2 draw against Southampton in October.
How will this match compare to their previous fixtures?
Last time out, West Ham won 2-4 at the Hawthorn.
This time, they will be hoping to take a win against their former employers.
Should they get the win, they could clinch a place in the top four for the first part of the season.
Do I have to watch this match?
Yes, but you can do so via the BBC Sport app, or via BBC Sport on BBC iPlayer.
Is it worth it to buy tickets?
Not for the average West Ham fan, but for those with a particular interest in the Tigers.
Tickets will go on sale on Friday at 10am local time.
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Can I buy them in the stands?
I live in another part of London, can I buy tickets to watch West Ham on BBC TV?
There’s no way you could watch this game in the ground, but if you are willing to pay a premium for a TV subscription, there are plenty of places to watch the match on a big screen.
Where will we see the best of the West Ham attack?
The midfield trio of Lukaku and Moses will be the big names, while the likes for both Moses and Rose will have a significant impact on the game.
When will the games start?
It’s a two-leg game, and the Tigers face Hull in the second leg on Sunday at 5pm, while West Ham travel to Southampton on Saturday afternoon.
Which West Ham player will be on the bench?
We won’t know for sure until the game gets under way, but the two forwards will all have the ball, and are likely to start the game with the ball at their feet.
Who will be in the starting line-up?
Rabiot will start in defence.
Rose will start on the left.
Moses, who scored his first goal of the campaign in the 3-0 win against Stoke City last weekend, will start centrally.
Nugent will start up front.
Dudley, who had been in and out of the starting XI during the last two games, is expected to be in goal.
Are there any changes in the squad?
Does this match make West Ham a more attractive destination for fans?
That depends on how well you like West Brom.
If you like them and have a game to watch, there will probably be a lot more people there, so there will be more of a fan base.
However, if you don’t like them or want to see some other sides play, then it may be worth going somewhere