CENTRE FORWARD – Marko Arnautovic 12 12 Given the nod over Aaron Cresswell, the attacking full-back will look to exploit any spaces left further up the field on Saturday The skipper was way off the pace against Liverpool and will need to prove he deserves a place in this revamped West Ham side RIGHT WING – Andriy Yarmolenko 12 12 Extremely isolated at Anfield, the Austrian will surely get more chances to open his account on Saturday Pellegrini admits he wants to use the midfielder deeper, where he can hurt teams more. Will be looking for revenge against his former side. 12 A crushing 4-0 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield last time out will have been painful, but there will be far better sides who also lose heavily to Jurgen Klopp’s men.With Manuel Lanzini, Andy Carroll and Winston Reid the only long-term absentees, the Chilean boss has several options at his disposal for the visit of the Cherries.But how will the Hammers line up against Eddie Howe’s men? Scroll down to see the West Ham predicted XI.GOALKEEPER – Lukasz Fabianksi After Michail Antonio’s poor showing, Yarmolenko can expect an opportunity to start. CENTRE MIDFIELD – Mark Noble 12 CENTRE-BACK – Fabian Balbuena Italy international endured a torrid afternoon at Anfield, but must draw on his experience to recover from the defeat and help his young back four Ultimately wilted in his Baptism of Fire against Sadio Mane, the former Fulham man can expect an awkward afternoon against Ryan Fraser 12 CENTRE MIDFIELD – Jack Wilshere LEFT-BACK – Arthur Masuaku RIGHT-BACK – Ryan Fredericks Pellegrini will have to make sure the Hammers bounce back against Bournemouth 12 12 12 An encouraging debut for the Brazilian, he is direct and pacy which can hurt the Cherries on the counter Lacking in Premier League experience, he will have to get up to speed quickly after being schooled by the Liverpool attackers Despite conceding four on his debut, the Poland international is a reliable shot-stopper and adds more consistency than the eccentric Adrian CENTRE-BACK – Angelo Ogbonna West Ham United have no new injury worries ahead of their first Premier League game at home this season.The Hammers are back in action at the London Stadium to welcome Bournemouth in what will be new boss Manuel Pellegrini’s home debut. LEFT WING – Felipe Anderson 12 12 CENTRE FORWARD – Javier Hernandez 4-4-2 has always served Pellegrini well in his managerial career, and the ‘Little Pea’ works at his best with a strike partner. Can he help West Ham get their first three points of the season?
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