West Ham United take on in-form Everton in the EFL Cup Round of 16, and the visitors will be looking to follow up their amazing 4-0 win over Wolves in the Premier League on Sunday.
David Moyes’ side have looked great in the competition so far, having beaten Charlton Athletic and Hull City 3-0 and 5-1 respectively.
Wednesday night’s game should be far tougher though, with Everton having won all five of their games in 2020/21 so far.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side look completely transformed, with new signings Allan, Abdoulaye Doucoure and James Rodriguez making a major difference.
It remains to be seen who of those three will actually play at Goodison Park.
For West Ham, the still self-isolating Moyes is unlikely to make too many changes to the side that dismantled Hull, although he will bear in mind that it’s Premier League opposition this time around.
Darren Randolph will probably keep his place in goal, and the Scot could go with a back four of Ben Johnson at right-back, Fabian Balbuena and Angelo Ogbonna in the middle and Arthur Masuaku on the left.
The Italian, who signed for a reported £10 million five years ago (BBC Sport), could be preferred to youngster Aji Alese with Everton likely to pose a greater threat than Hull.
Masuaku in a back four is always a risk, but he played there against Charlton, as did Johnson on the right.
In midfield, £50,000-a-week skipper Mark Noble (Spotrac) may be given a start after only getting a cameo at the weekend, with Robert Snodgrass his engine room partner.
Felipe Anderson, Manuel Lanzini and Andriy Yarmolenko will surely form Sebastien Haller’s supporting cast.
A fairly strong team, for a confident side that may also whip out some big guns on Merseyside.