West Ham United are due to meet Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow evening.
West Ham are set to take the Red Devils on at Old Trafford tomorrow in EFL Cup action.
And, even with West Ham struggling in the Premier League, Gale feels that Bilic should not think about resting players in the cup competition.
“I think he should play his strongest team,” Gale said. “At the moment the momentum has gone, and he has to try and turn that around. I think have a go at it.
“There will be 7000 fans there, and they will want something. Slaven gets that, and he cares.”
West Ham have so far rotated their team in the EFL Cup, but with the final edging closer into view, the prize for winning becomes greater.
The Hammers would be just one victory away from Wembley, if they are able to beat Jose Mourinho’s side tomorrow evening.
West Ham are also fighting to avoid being embroiled in a relegation battle in the Premier League.
The Hammers are currently 16th place in the top flight standings, and they sit just one point above the bottom three.
When West Ham and United met in Premier League action on Sunday they drew 1-1, with Diafra Sakho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring the goals for their respective sides.