These teams meet at Turf Moor separated by just one point and a place.
West Ham United are above their hosts but have not won since Matchweek 6, while Burnley have lost three in a row since beating Everton.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says that Chris Wood, who has just a signed a new contract with the club, has "every chance" of facing West Ham after missing two matches with a hamstring injury.
Danny Drinkwater (ankle) is back in full training but Saturday's match comes too soon, while Johann Berg Gudmundsson (hamstring) remains sidelined.
West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere will be assessed ahead of the Turf Moor contest, confirms manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Michael Antonio (hamstring) is expected to return after the international break, but Lukasz Fabianski (hip) and Winston Reid (knee) continue their rehabilitation.
Burnley have won two of their last three Premier League matches against West Ham (L1), having won only one of their first seven against them (D1 L5).
The Clarets have scored a league-high 29 per cent of their Premier League goals from outside the box this season, with four out of 14.
West Ham’s Robert Snodgrass can become the first Scottish player to score in three consecutive Premier League appearances since Steven Naismith for Everton in August 2014.
Chris Wood has scored in all four of his matches against West Ham, averaging a goal every 45 minutes. No player has a better 100 per cent record of scoring against a specific opponent in the Premier League.
Referee: Kevin Friend. Assistants: Matthew Wilkes, Simon Beck. Fourth official: Stephen Martin. VAR: Lee Mason. Assistant VAR: Mark Scholes.