Team news ahead of Sunday afternoon's Championship clash between West Ham and Leeds United at Upton Park (kick-off 1.30pm).[LNB] West Ham will check on James Tomkins ahead of the visit of the Whites.[LNB]The centre-half scored the opening goal in Tuesday night's 4-0 win at Watford but limped off in the second half with a hamstring niggle.[LNB]Abdoulaye Faye came on to make his debut in place of Tomkins after overcoming the hamstring problem which interrupted his pre-season and he will start if the youngster misses out.[LNB]Striker John Carew could be added to the squad, a fortnight after joining on a free transfer, having played an hour for the reserves in midweek.[LNB]Left-back George McCartney, who rejoined from Sunderland last week, was also involved as he builds up his match fitness.[LNB]Defender Jordan Brown and winger Gary O'Neil (both ankle) are still out.[LNB]Leeds skipper Jonny Howson and winger Max Gradel will both return to contention following suspension.[LNB]Both players sat out Tuesday night's home win over Hull after being sent off in last weekend's defeat to Middlesbrough and now give manager Simon Grayson a selection dilemma for the trip to London.[LNB]Grayson handed a debut to latest signing Andy Keogh in midweek, while winger Ramon Nunez made his first league start for the club as Leeds registered their first points of the season with a 4-1 win.[LNB]Luciano Becchio (hamstring) and Billy Paynter (thigh) are not expected to return from injury at Upton Park and fellow striker Davide Somma (knee) remains a long-term absentee.[LNB]But midfielder Lloyd Sam is pushing for a place in the starting line-up and Grayson has plenty of options at the back, with Alex Bruce, Andy O'Brien, Paul Connolly and Federico Bessone all featuring in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Middlesbrough this week.