West Ham United are back in competitive action on Tuesday night, with a Carabao Cup clash against Hull City. 

Hammers boss David Moyes is expected to make changes to the team that was unluckily beaten 2-1 by Arsenal in the Premier League at the weekend, with the London Evening Standard naming six players that are likely to play. 

West Ham will rest the likes of Michail Antonio, Arthur Masuaku, Jarrod Bowen and Pablo Fornals, who are playing important roles in the side in the league. 

The report adds that Sebastien Haller, Josh Cullen, Robert Snodgrass, Andriy Yarmolenko, Manuel Lanzini and Felipe Anderson will all come into the Hammers starting XI. 

Victory tonight would raise West Ham spirits and move the club into the next round of the competition, with a cup run a welcome positive piece of potential news in East London. 

A number of Hammers players will be out to prove a point and push closer to winning a regular place in the first-choice team. 

Haller scored twice as West Ham beat Charlton in the last round of the cup last week, with more goals against Hull for the French forward surely adding to the train of thought that he can be used more frequently in the Premier League. 

Both Snodgrass and Cullen played well against the Addicks, while the attacking trident were all signed by the Hammers for considerable fees and will relish the opportunity to play.