West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini will be without a number of key players when his side entertains Arsenal in an English Premier League match on Monday night.
The Hammers will be hoping to pick a positive result against a struggling Arsenal but will be forced to do so without a number of players.
Speaking ahead of the tie, Pellegrini indicated Lukasz Fabianski will miss the match against his former employers, as he continues to recover from a hip injury that has kept him out for weeks now.
Attacking midfielder Manuel Lanzini, who is nursing a shoulder injury, will also sit out, but Michail Antonio has a chance of making the team.
“We continue with Lukasz Fabianski his recovery, and also Manuel Lanzini and Michail Antonio - the three of them we must continue watching,” Pellegrini said.
“Lukasz and Manu will not be ready until the end of the month, maybe. We will see tomorrow if Antonio tomorrow is fit for this [Monday’s] game.”
One other player who might not have a chance is Jack Wilshere, who has been out since the game against Everton in mid-October.
“Wilshere is working with Winston Reid, both of them with the squad,” he confirmed.
A win for the Hammers, who are on 16th, will see them move a spot behind the Gunners, while a draw will see them move one place up above Bournemouth to 15th.