Manuel Pellegrini will be hoping to pick up his first Premier League points as West Ham United manager on Saturday when Wolverhampton Wanderers arrive at the London Stadium.The game, which is live on talkSPORT 2 from 3pm, will be the Hammers’ second league game at home this season after a 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth a fortnight ago. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won West Ham are still without a point in the league this season after three games How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures silverware 13 The England international is looking more like a Bournemouth reject than the teenager who schooled Xavi and Iniesta all those years ago. Poor performances on such a consistent cannot be accepted and he is already entering last chance saloon in east London. Needs a good game against Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho or face being dropped. 13 REVEALED gameday LEFT-WING – Michail Antonio LEFT-BACK – Aaron Cresswell The former Aston Villa man is probably not the marquee signing Hammers’ fans wanted of their midfield ranks, but he proved in last week’s defeat he has the necessary experience and grit to play a vital role for the club. His superior athleticism to the ageing Mark Noble means he will keep his place ahead of the skipper, just. So how could the Hammers line up on Saturday? Scroll down to see the predicted XI.GOALKEEPER – Lukasz Fabianski Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Latest Premier League News 13 13 For a goalkeeper who has conceded 10 Premier League goals, it seems bizarre to call Fabianski one of West Ham’s best early performers. But a string of impressive saves already have justified his position ahead of Adrian. Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card 13 smart causal CENTRE-MIDFIELD – Carlos Sanchez Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 13 Despite limping off last Saturday, the Austrian is set to be recalled to the side. Power,pace, trickery and end product make him Pellegrini’s most important player and he will need to be on top form to test a resolute Wolves defence. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won HOW WILL THEY LINE UP? A vital goal against Wimbledon in midweek will have given him a much-needed confidence boost. Like many of the new West Ham players, he will have to go through a baptism of fire in order to adapt to the Premier League. This will be another example of such a game. CENTRE-BACK – Angelo Ogbonna ATTACKING MIDFIELD – Felipe Anderson possible standings 13 Did not enjoy the greatest start to the season but, like Diop, a goal will do wonder for his confidence. With Balbuena also struggling, the Italy international will have to prove his worth to this team. 13 STRIKER – Marko Arnautovic After a shaky start against Liverpool, the former Fulham man turned in a far more composed performance against Arsenal last time out. Adds so much pace to the backline and made several important covering tackles against the Gunners. Added to that, Pablo Zabaleta will need to have his game time managed. Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener no dice CENTRE-MIDFIELD – Jack Wilshere REVEALED Fair p[lay to the Scot, he has come back into the fold at West Ham with a fantastic attitude after a season in exile at Aston Villa. A hard worker with exceptional delivery, his versatility across the attacking midfield positions means he will be set to keep his place. 13 13 Capable of producing the sublime and the ridiculous in the same passage of play, his inconsistency has frustrated West Ham fans for years. On his day, he is a proven goalscorer and he is undoubtedly dangerous. A Premier League goal will do wonders for his confidence. RIGHT-BACK – Ryan Fredericks Defeats on the road to Liverpool and, more recently, against Arsenal have left the Hammers rooted to the bottom of the table with a less-than favourable goal difference.Performances have genuinely been improving and, with talisman Marko Arnautovic set to return, Pellegrini will be hoping to ease the growing tension in east London.But they come up against a Wolves side who dominated the Championship last season and who gave Premier League champions Manchester City a serious fright last time out. CENTRE-BACK – Issa Diop 13 When allowed the freedom of a more central role, Anderson was easily the best player on the pitch at the Emirates last weekend. His scintillating pace will frighten any Premier League defence and his link-up play with Marko Arnautovic will only improve with increased game time. 13 13 RIGHT-WING – Robert Snodgrass Arthur Masuaku looks a shell of the player who ran riot down the left-wing under David Moyes last season, so Cresswell should get the nod. He must be better with the ball in possession however, his lapses of concentration have led to six goals in the past four seasons. huge blow How would this team fare against the Championship winners Wolverhampton Wanderers?