Swansea City have no new injury concerns, and Leon Britton could make his first Premier League appearance since October after coming on as a late substitute in Tuesday's FA Cup victory over Sheffield Wednesday.
Renato Sanches (hamstring), Angel Rangel (groin), Leroy Fer (achilles) and Wilfried Bony (knee) remain sidelined.
West Ham United are only missing long-term absentees Arthur Masuaku (suspension), Pedro Obiang (knee), Andy Carroll and Edimilson Fernandes (both ankle).
Swansea City have won their last three PL home matches. They last won four in a row in May 2016.
The Swans were defeated in their last outing at Brighton (4-1) but haven’t lost back-to-back PL matches since Paul Clement’s final two matches in charge in December.
West Ham are unbeaten in four PL visits to the Liberty Stadium since losing their first such match there (3-0 in August 2012). They went on to draw three in a row before winning 4-1 in this fixture last season.
The Hammers have scored in their last 11 PL matches. It is the second-longest current run in the competition behind Tottenham Hotspur's 16, and their second-best run in the competition (18 between February and September 2016).
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Referee: Martin Atkinson
Assistants: Peter Kirkup, Adrian Holmes
Fourth official: Roger East