Following defeat to Sheffield United, David Moyes' side had to settle for a draw against Everton at the weekend, with fans staging a peaceful protest against the club's ownership ahead of kick-off.
They continue to hover perilously close to the relegation zone and will hope to take advantage of a Leicester side that, while still third in the table, have suffered rare consecutive defeats at the hands of Southampton and Burnley.
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Venue: King Power Stadium, Leicester
Kick-off time: 7:30pm GMT
Prediction: Leicester 1-1 West Ham
Leicester are out of sorts at the moment, having gone three consecutive matches without a win across all competitions.
Saturday's loss at Burnley came against a team seemingly in free-fall following four successive defeats.
But are West Ham good enough to take advantage of such a blip?
The Hammers have thrown away the most points from winning positions this term and a draw seems their best hope here, with Leicester no doubt very eager to get back to winning ways.
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How to watch
TV channel: The match will be televised live on BT Sport 2, with coverage starting from 7pm GMT.
Head to head (H2H) history and results
- 25 Premier League games
- Leicester: Eight wins
- West Ham: 11 wins
- Draws: Six
- This season: West Ham 1-2 Leicester (28/12/2019)
Betting Odds and tips
- Leicester to win: 8/15
- West Ham to win: 11/2
- Draw: 4/1
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West Ham: The Hammers will be without Felipe Anderson for at least a month due to a back injury sustained against Sheffield United, but Michail Antonio has returned to training this week following a hamstring issue.
Injury list: Jack Wilshere (groin), Andriy Yarmolenko (thigh), Ryan Fredericks (hamstring), Felipe Anderson (back), Lukasz Fabianski (hip)
Leicester: Influential midfielder Wilfred Ndidi could be back after making a quick recovery from surgery to repair a damaged meniscus in his knee.
Injury list: Daniel Amartey (ankle), Matty James (building match fitness)
West Ham XI (3-4-3): Randolph; Diop, Balbuena, Ogbonna; Zabaleta, Noble, Rice, Masuaku; Snodgrass, Haller, Antonio.
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