The Hammers were perhaps unlucky to leave empty-handed against Tottenham, having started and ended the 3-2 defeat strongly, but will not be buoyed by the presence of Michail Antonio this weekend.
Swansea suffered a morale-sapping last-minute loss to Watford at home last time out and both teams, with just one win to their names after six games, will be desperate for three points against a possible relegation come comes the latter stages of the season.
West Ham host Swansea City at the London Stadium with kick-off scheduled for 3pm on Saturday, September 30.
Manuel Lanzini and Michail Antonio are in the West Ham squad for the visit of Swansea.
Lanzini is fit after a month out with a knee injury and Antonio has shrugged off the groin problem which forced him off against Tottenham last weekend.
Pedro Obiang is still missing with a muscle injury and James Collins has ankle trouble.
Provisional squad: Hart, Adrian, Zabaleta, Byram, Masuaku, Cresswell, Reid, Ogbonna, Fonte, Rice, Kouyate, Noble, Lanzini, Arnautovic, Antonio, Ayew, Carroll, Sakho, Hernandez.
Swansea skipper Leon Britton is under consideration for a Premier League return. The veteran’s only appearance this season came on the opening day at Southampton but he has now made a full recovery from a knee injury as head coach Paul Clement considers his midfield options.
On-loan Renato Sanches and Tammy Abraham could also return as Ki Sung-yueng (knee) and Nathan Dyer (Achilles) prepare to build their fitness in an under-23 game against Celtic.
Provisional squad: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Van der Hoorn, Mawson, Olsson, Clucas, Carroll, Ayew, Abraham, Bony, Sanches, Nordfeldt, Rangel, Britton, Mesa, Fer, Fulton, Narsingh, Routledge, McBurnie.
West Ham starting XI: Hart; Fonte, Reid, Ogbonna; Zabaleta, Noble, Kouyate, Cresswell; Ayew, Chicharito, Arnautovic
Swansea starting XI: Fabianski; Van der Hoorn, Fernandez, Mawson; Naughton, Sanches, Clucas, Carroll, Olsson; Bony, Abraham