There's no Antonio, but Benrahma starts as the Hammers look to be about to undergo a change in tactics with a flat back four. Unless Moyes fancies Benrahma to fill the Masuaku role - possibly the factor that has delayed Benrahma's promotion to a starting berth as he has had time to sharpen his defensive skills. Let's hope its not a repeat of the painful Antonio at right back that Bilic persisted with three seasons back.
It's a big night for Seb Haller as he looks to make his case to lead the line. He has definitely been more energetic in recent games and will need to put in a decent shift to disrupt Leeds' tippy tappy possession game.
It'll be fascinating to see how Fornals is used with Benrahma also on duty. Rice and Soucek will need to be assertive to stop Leeds playing through midfield.
The Hammers have mited attacking options on the bench with Lanzini and Snoddy but no natural striker available. Hmmm. Let's hope we don't fall behind.
Fabianski, Coufal, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Rice, Soucek, Fornals, Benrahma, Bowen, Haller