Burnley manager Eddie Howe will assess left-back Danny Lafferty and forward Danny Ings before naming his squad.
Top-scorer Jay Rodriguez is also likely to start again after completing 90 minutes against Ipswich in midweek.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce will be hoping to end a run of four successive 1-1 draws but will be missing players.
Julien Faubert (groin) and Ricardo Vaz Te (hamstring) are still absent while defender Guy Demel and midfielder Papa Bouba Diop have long-term injuries.
â€˘ Burnley and West Ham have each won 31 of their 78 competitive matches over 88 years.
â€˘ Burnley won 2-1 at Upton Park in December, and could complete their first double over the Hammers in 65 years.
â€˘ West Ham are eager to avoid a third successive league defeat to the Clarets, but they have only won four of their 36 league trips to Turf Moor.
â€˘ Mid-table Burnley are one point shy of 50 for the season, and seeking a first win in seven Championship games.
â€˘ They have drawn two and lost four since beating Barnsley on 14 February.
â€˘ 15% of their league goals have been scored in the first 10 minutes (seven of 48). Only West Ham have found the net more often in that opening period (eight goals scored).
West Ham United
â€˘ Third placed West Ham closed the gap on the automatic promotion spots to two points, after a fourth successive 1-1 draw, at home to Middlesbrough on Tuesday. Another point here will equal the club record of five consecutive league stalemates.
â€˘ Sam Allardyce has witnessed a nine-match unbeaten sequence by his club, but maximum points were garnered from only three of those games. Conversely, the 5-1 loss away to Ipswich on 31 January is their only reverse in 13 league fixtures in 2012.
â€˘ The Hammers boast an unrivalled 21 players on their Championship goalscorers list.
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