Manuel Pellegrini will take his West Ham United side to the Emirates to face Arsenal on Saturday, knowing full well defeat will only increase speculation surrounding his future.
Despite only arriving in the summer, the former Manchester City boss has spent well over £100million on revamping West Ham’s side.
However, a thrashing at Anfield on the opening weekend was followed up by a disappointing home defeat to Bournemouth last Saturday.
As a result, the Chilean is under pressure.
The Hammers come up against London rivals Arsenal, who are also in the embryonic stages of new leadership.
Unai Emery is also yet to win a Premier League point from his opening two games, and will feel confident when facing a West Ham side which has conceded six soft goals from their opening two games.
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So how could West Ham line up on Saturday and will it be third time lucky for Pellegrini or Emery?
Goalkeeper – Łukasz Fabiański
Right back – Pablo Zabaleta
Centre Back – Issa Diop
Centre Back – Angelo Ogbonna
Left Back – Aaron Cresswell
Holding Midfield – Pedro Obiang
Holding Midfield – Carlos Sanchez
Centre Midfield – Jack Wilshere
Right Wing – Andriy Yarmolenko
Left Wing – Felipe Anderson
Centre Forward – Marko Arnautovic