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Manchester United vs West Ham LIVE!

Arguably the headline FA Cup tie of round five comes from Old Trafford tonight, where Manchester United are back in action after their Carabao Cup triumph against Newcastle at Wembley. Goals from Casemiro and the incredible Marcus Rashford on Sunday saw Erik ten Hag successfully end the club’s six-year trophy drought in his first season, and now the Dutchman has his eyes firmly fixed on further domestic silverware.

Opposite number David Moyes had once again began to feel the pressure creep back up with West Ham still mired in a bitter Premier League relegation battle, but a 4-0 thrashing of Nottingham Forest in a six-pointer with the handbrake off showed the attacking potential in his side. However, they head to the Theatre of Dreams this evening without key January signing Danny Ings, who is cup-tied.

Michail Antonio and Pablo Fornals start in two of four changes from the visitors, with Ten Hag swapping six as the likes of Marcus Rashford and Casemiro drop to the bench. Follow Manchester United vs West Ham in the FA Cup live below, with a quarter-final place at stake!

Man United vs West Ham latest news

  • GOAL! Garnacho nets 90th-minute stunner

  • GOAL! Aguerd heads past his own goalkeeper

  • NO GOAL! Casemiro header ruled out for offside

  • GOAL! Superb Benrahma strike stands after VAR check

Manchester United FC 3 - 1 West Ham United FC


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Manchester United 3-1 West Ham

GOAL! Manchester United 3-1 West Ham | Fred 96'

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96 mins: The icing on the cake!

West Ham caught in all sorts of bother inside their own box and substitute Fred slots home.

Harsh on the Hammers perhaps, but this has been some turnaround from the Carabao Cup winners.

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94 mins: A standing ovation for likely match-winner Garnacho as he’s replaced by Varane in United’s final change.

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92 mins: Rashford almost wraps up the victory but his low finish goes agonisingly wide of the back post.

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90 mins: Four minutes of added time for West Ham to try and save this.

GOAL! Manchester United 2-1 West Ham | Alejandro Garnacho 90'

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90 mins: WHAT A GOAL!

An absolute belter of a curling strike from Garnacho leaves Areola with no chance and sends Old Trafford into delirium.

Wow, wow, wow. This guy is seriously special.


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88 mins: United pressing again but Malacia’s cross is overhit and fails to pick out a red shirt in the middle.

Is there a late twist in the tale to come here, or are we heading for extra-time at Old Trafford?

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87 mins: Fred on for Sabitzer in the United midfield.

For West Ham, Antonio is replaced by Gianluca Scamacca.

Watch: Aguerd own goal levels tie

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83 mins: United are absolutely dominating now, forcing free-kicks and corners galore.

Casemiro gets his head to another, but Areola is equal to it this time.

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81 mins: United scream for a penalty after Johnson and Garnacho tussle inside the box. Nothing given and the VAR quickly clears it.

Garnacho is then scythed down on the touchline by Paqueta.

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80 mins: United have the bit between their teeth now, with Fernandes testing Areola’s reflexes again.

Bowen concedes another corner.

West Ham are under huge pressure heading into the final 10 minutes.

Remember, there are no replays in the FA Cup quarter-finals this year.

We’ll have extra-time and then potentially penalties if this is still level after 90.

GOAL! Manchester United 1-1 West Ham | Nayef Aguerd OG 77'

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77 mins: Now the hosts are level!

It’s been all hands to the pump for West Ham over recent minutes.

They concede another corner which the unfortunate Aguerd ends up heading into his own net.

A disaster for the Moroccan.


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75 mins: Jarrod Bowen is fit enough to make a cameo off the bench as West Ham look to hold onto their lead.

Fornals off.


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72 mins: It was tighter than you first thought on the VAR screens, but still offside.

Casemiro’s goal is ruled out.

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72 mins: Casemiro heads in a brilliant Fernandes free-kick.

Old Trafford erupts, but this is going to be chalked off after a VAR check.

The Brazilian had strayed just offside.


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70 mins: Fernandes lashes a volley over the bar from an Ogbonna clearance.

United fans want a yellow card after Johnson hauls down Garnacho, but the referee does not oblige.

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66 mins: Clever and quick feet from Rashford outside the box but his low strike drifts well wide of the far post.

The home crowd are becoming frustrated.

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64 mins: A great game this now as Weghorst lays off for Casemiro, whose stinging low strike is saved by Areola.

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62 mins: It should be 2-0 to West Ham!

Martinez dives in and is beaten by Antonio, who tries to pick out the bottom corner but De Gea makes a strong save.

Two golden chances for Antonio spurned tonight.

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60 mins: Alert goalkeeping from Areola to deal with a ball driven into the ground by Garnacho.

More urgency from United now after falling behind.

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58 mins: United were nearly in big trouble again there as Ogbonna lofts a fine ball for Fornals, whose cross/shot whistles narrowly wide of the far post.

Aguerd just couldn’t get there in time.

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We’ll see what comes out in the wash from VAR HQ but my initial reaction was that the ball looked out but that the camera angle might not be available to prove it definitively.

Watch: Said Benrahma opener allowed to stand

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57 mins: Now we’ve really got a game on our hands.

Ten Hag immediately sends for more cavalry - Rashford and Martinez replace Lindelof and Antony.

GOAL! Manchester United 0-1 West Ham | Said Benrahma 54'

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54 mins: That looked out to me, but the goal is given!

West Ham lead at Old Trafford!

United pay the price for not playing to the whistle.


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54 mins: A fantastic curled finish into the top corner from Benrahma!

West Ham celebrate the goal, but United feel that went out of play before being pulled back in by Coufal.

United’s players just stopped, but the Hammers were alert.

VAR check is ongoing...

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52 mins: Lovely link-up on the edge of the West Ham box between Sabitzer and Fernandes, with the Austrian then lofting a cute pass intended to go over the head of Aguerd and back into the path of his midfield partner.

Aguered ends up doing just enough to snuff out the danger.

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51 mins: A chance at both ends as the game kicks into life a bit.

Soucek’s back-post header from a Benrahma cross is clawed away by De Gea, before at the other end Fernandes releases Weghorst.

The Burnley loanee’s first touch is too heavy as he ends up firing over the top.

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48 mins: United haven’t exactly come out all guns blazing for this second half, but they do force a corner and Antony ends up sending a very weak shot into the arms of Areola.

It’s all very subdued still at Old Trafford - a bit after the Lord Mayor's show following the Carabao Cup final.

Second half

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Ten Hag has sent for Casemiro at half-time after that lacklustre opening period.

McTominay off.

No Rashford just yet.

Back underway.

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Decent performance from West Ham and you suspect with Danny Ings in the side they'd be ahead.

The worry is United have Rashford and Casemiro to turn to.

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Not a lot to shout about in a low-key first half at Old Trafford, with the best chances falling for Sabitzer and Antonio.

David Moyes will be pleased with his side’s efforts so far, though United have some serious talent to turn to on the bench if required.

It’s been all very lethargic and sloppy from the Carabao Cup winners so far.



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Manchester United 0-0 West Ham

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46 mins: A late first-half attack from United is thwarted as Fernandes declines to continue his run.

West Ham counter, but the threat quickly fizzles out and the half-time whistle sounds.

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45 mins: Just the one minute of added time signalled at the end of this cagey first half.

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44 mins: Dalot gets away with a very sloppy misplaced pass inside his own half as West Ham try to instantly release Antonio.

Soucek complains as Michael Salisbury then brings play back despite Antonio looking to race through.

But it seems the ball actually hit the referee there, so it has to be an uncontested drop-ball.

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43 mins: Antony is the man trying to make something happen for United now, but his latest cross does not reach Weghorst.

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41 mins: United are trying to up the tempo here ahead of half-time after a very flat 20 minutes or so, with Areola forced into an initial clearance.

Garnacho then takes a sharp first touch to evade Johnson before lashing a dangerous shot over the bar.

Otherwise it’s all a bit slow and ponderous from Ten Hag’s men.

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39 mins: Antony not happy with Emerson after a clash between the pair.

Rice playing the role of peacemaker.

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37 mins: A panicked clearance from an onrushing De Gea gifts possession straight to Fornals, who declines to try and loft the ball over the Spaniard’s head and into the open goal from a tough angle.

Instead he feeds Antonio, whose low drive is gathered without fuss by a relieved De Gea.

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34 mins: West Ham are in control at the moment, Garnacho with a lack of options as he twists and turns to keep possession but gets frustrated before McTominay’s sloppy pass is easily intercepted by Antonio.

Sabitzer briefly wins it back before the Hammers break, with Benrahma gliding forward and Emerson’s fantastic low cross on the overlap flashing dangerously across the six-yard box and safe.

Fornals very much caught on his heels there. Why didn’t he make the run to the back post?!

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Definitely something in this cup tie for West Ham, who are on top here. They need to take advantage though because the concern is that this could be anyone’s game for an hour - and then Erik ten Hag can bring on Marcus Rashford.

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32 mins: Fernandes is now up and okay to continue after a challenge from Emerson that included a painful follow-through on the back of the knee.

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30 mins: Flowing football again from West Ham, who are looking dangerous when they come forward as Benrahma’s ball into the six-yard box is dealt with by De Gea.

McTominay joins Maguire in the book after a trip on the impressive Benrahma.

Watch: De Gea denies Antonio with key save

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There were a few signs of a tidy relationship developing between Benrahma and Paqueta against Forest on Saturday and a bit more evidence of it there. Lovely football.

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28 mins: A good tempo to this first half now.

A stellar move from West Ham involving Paqueta and Benrahma results in the Brazilian poking the ball at goal, but it’s easily gathered by De Gea.

Garnacho threatening again at the other end, with Antony firing well wide.

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26 mins: Clever centre-forward play from Antonio to anticipate that challenge fron Maguire in the middle of the pitch and position his body to take the inevitable impact.

Very sluggish from the England defender, who goes into the book.

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Therein lies the problem with Michail Antonio: if your centre-forward is running clean through on goal, you want to be able to fancy him to score, but I’m not sure anyone did.


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24 mins: Soucek engineers a decent bit of space from the resulting corner and ends up heading into the side netting.

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23 mins: Big chance for West Ham!

Antonio is through after a quick ball forward and he bears down on goal, but takes an age to let fly and allows De Gea to close the space and make the save.

Should have done much better with that. The cup-tied Ings would surely have scored.

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21 mins: Alert defending from Johnson to dispossess Garnacho at an important moment inside the box after good football from United, involving Fernandes, Weghorst and Antony.

As Malik says, Garnacho has looked very bright so far tonight - and not just that bleach blonde hair!

His battle with Johnson is going to be very important indeed.

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You can’t exactly miss him with that hair but Alejandro Garnacho has really caught the eye in the the first 20 minutes here. Ben Johnson’s got his hands full.

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20 mins: Fernandes links play nicely as ever for United, initiating a tidy switch that leads to a Garnacho cross intended for Weghorst that West Ham head clear.

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18 mins: It’s all gone very quiet again, with the hosts monopolising possession but content to knock it around gently and wait for an opening to present itself.

West Ham in no rush to win it back.

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United are not happy. Michael Salisbury - a referee who, I must confess, I have never heard of - waited a long old time before calling that back for a foul on Paqueta and it was as soft as they come.

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14 mins: United are clearly not happy there after the referee falls for a spot of gamesmanship from Paqueta after what was clearly not a foul by Weghorst.

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11 mins: West Ham are living a bit dangerously now as the bleach-blonde Garnacho pours forward with menace, steps inside and unleashes a drive that Areola parries.

The loose ball falls for Dalot, whose effort is turned wide by Weghorst. The Dutchman’s blushes are then spared by the offside flag.

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I reckon both managers will be reasonably happy with the starts their sides have made.

United strung together that lovely bit of play that led to Sabitzer's strike, while West Ham have had a bit of joy busting through the middle of the park through Rice and Benrahma.

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10 mins: Benrahma wriggles free to lead a West Ham counter-attack, but Johnson can’t find a white shirt with his overhit cross.

Antonio then blasts harmlessly across the box.

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8 mins: United are ramping up the early pressure now as Antony steps inside and curls an effort over the crossbar.

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7 mins: The first chance of the evening falls to Sabitzer, whose rifled low effort is expertly tipped away by a strong hand from Areola after Weghorst had perfectly teed up the Austrian from Dalot’s pass. Lovely football.

Great save from the Frenchman after the ball had flown straight through the legs of Aguerd.

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6 mins: A couple of sloppy moments in possession for United so far as West Ham look to release Antonio, who is denied by a combination of Maguire and Dalot.

At the other end, Maguire plays a fine ball into midfield and United break, with Garnacho’s cross failing to pick out Weghorst in the box.

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4 mins: It’s been a very subdued opening few minutes at Old Trafford, with West Ham winning possession high up the pitch but unable to fashion an early chance.

Otherwise it’s United in full control on the ball, probing patiently for an opening.

West Ham content to sit off in the middle of the park.

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A slight tweak to West Ham’s shape in comparison to the weekend. Looks much more 4-2-3-1 than 4-3-3, with Tomas Soucek playing in advance of Declan Rice and Lucas Paqueta.

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2 mins: United are dominating possession from the outset, though Sabitzer overhits a pass intended to release Garnacho.

Soucek pressing high for West Ham.


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United in their familiar red home shirts with white shorts and black socks.

West Ham are in their white away shirts with orange shorts and white socks.

Michael Salisbury is tonight’s man in the middle.

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We’ll also now have a minute’s applause in memory of the late, great John Motson, who commentated on no fewer than 29 FA Cup finals during his extraordinary BBC career.

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Sir Alex Ferguson presents David De Gea with his clean sheet award, while Casemiro and Mary Earps show off their FIFA Best trophies.

A lot going on ahead of kick-off!

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Harry Maguire and Bruno Fernandes lift the Carabao Cup trophy again in the middle of the pitch, much to the delight of the United fans.

Casemiro and United women’s goalkeeper Mary Earps also show off their FIFA Best award trophies.

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Here come the teams at a rainy Old Trafford, where the Carabao Cup trophy has been at pitchside.

A potentially good atmosphere drowned out by the pre-match music as usual.

Kick-off on the way very shortly!

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Final preparations at Old Trafford!

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David Moyes speaking to ITV

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"I think this is the fifth time out of seven that we’ve been away from home at Manchester United in the cup. I think those hot and cold balls will need to get looked at,” Moyes joked to ITV.

"Jarrod Bowen has got a wee bit of an injury, he is on the bench and I think he’s okay but I didn't want to risk him too much. It gives another player an opportunity.

"I think Manchester United have now got a squad and when you get that momentum and a lot of belief it makes it difficult no matter who they play. We are up against a team who are playing very well.

"We were really close to them in the league here a few months ago, David De Gea made a couple of great saves. The last two league games we lost in the 95th minute so I’m hoping we can go one better and beat them this time.

"We want to go and try to give them a game. It is a cup tie, you don't get another bite at it so we have to be positive and progressive in our play.

"We played well against Forest scored some good goals so if we can take that into tonight that would be good. The performance is always important but it’s the result tonight that really matters.”

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Standard Sport’s Malik Ouzia is in position at Old Trafford and reacts to that team news, with Ten Hag understandably making changes after the Barcelona second leg and Newcastle final in such quick succession and Liverpool looming on Sunday.

It’s a bit of a surprise to see what is essentially West Ham’s strongest available XI amid their Premier League relegation battle and upcoming return to Europe.

Moyes confirms Bowen knock

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David Moyes has just confirmed in his pre-match broadcast interview with ITV that Jarrod Bowen has picked up a knock, hence him not starting tonight.

He believes he is okay and fit enough for the bench, but did not want to take the risk.

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Four changes from West Ham

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It’s four changes from West Ham, with Alphonse Areola and Emerson Palmieri replacing the injured Lukasz Fabianski and Vladimir Coufal.

Michail Antonio comes in for the cup-tied Danny Ings up front, while Pablo Fornals is preferred to Jarrod Bowen.

Despite an initial tweet error from West Ham, Manuel Lanzini is on the bench tonight along with youngsters Joseph Anang, Kamarai Simon-Swyer and Divin Mubama.

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Six changes to Man United’s cup-winning team

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So Ten Hag makes six changes in total to the Manchester United team that started the Carabao Cup final at Wembley on Sunday.

In come Tyrell Malacia, Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, Marcel Sabitzer, Scott McTominay and Alejandro Garnacho.

There’s no Luke Shaw at all, with Marcus Rashford, Lisandro Martinez, Raphael Varane, Fred and Casemiro all dropping to the bench.

Bruno Fernandes starts, but Jadon Sancho misses out altogether through illness.


West Ham lineup

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West Ham XI: Areola, Johnson, Aguerd, Ogbonna, Emerson Palmieri, Soucek, Rice, Lucas Paqueta, Fornals, Antonio, Benrahma

Subs: Cresswell, Scamacca, Downes, Bowen, Kehrer, Anang, Swyer, Mubama, Lanzini

Manchester United lineup

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Manchester United XI: De Gea, Dalot, Maguire, Lindelof, Malacia, McTominay, Sabitzer, Antony, Fernandes, Garnacho, Weghorst

Subs: Heaton, Martinez, Varane, Wan-Bissaka, Casemiro, Fred, Pellistri, Elanga, Rashford

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Our man on the ground Malik Ouzia has arrived at Old Trafford...

Stage is set

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The calm before the proverbial storm!

Old Trafford under the lights is still quite a sight to behold.

Official team news on the way very shortly!

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Moyes vows to emulate Ten Hag ‘dad dancing'

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We saw Ten Hag join in with South American stars Antony and Lisandro Martinez with a little celebratory jig after Manchester United triumphed at Wembley on Sunday.

Moyes has now joked he would do the same with Lucas Paqueta were West Ham to go all the way in the FA Cup for the first time since 1980.

“I certainly would, yeah,” he said yesterday.

“I certainly would, don’t worry, if I win a trophy, I will be flipping dad dancing and everything.”

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Ten Hag: ‘Ambitious’ United can handle workload

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Manchester United have already played 40 games so far this season and could have another 25 on the slate if they get to the respective FA Cup and Europa League finals.

Does Erik ten Hag believe his squad can cope with such a demanding schedule as injuries continue to bite?

"Yes,” he said on Tuesday. "I think so because until now we have managed it quite good and I think we can do it also until the end of the season. I am happy.

"So, except Anthony Martial, the availability from all the players is there.

"First mentally, they are really ambitious. That is one thing and that gives the energy.

"Second, I think we have the type of players who can handle the load, the physical load."


Moyes rues Fabianski injury as surgery decision looms

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Here’s what David Moyes had to say about that shuddering injury for West Ham ‘keeper Fabianski, with the club unsure at this stage if he will require surgery.

"We don't quite know whether it'll be operated on or healing itself, or a time-span at the moment,” the manager said.

"I'm waiting, but I couldn't give you an answer. We've had the surgeon's report back but I think there's a decision to make as to whether it's surgery or natural healing."

"It's huge for us and obviously huge for the goalkeeper as well," added Moyes. "At the stage of his career for him as well."

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Ten Hag demands focus after Wembley success

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It would be easy for Manchester United to get complacent tonight, with the sheer relief at having ended a shockingly long trophy drought for arguably the world‘s biggest football club.

But sitting third in the Premier League with an FA Cup quarter-final spot up for grabs and Europa League last-16 showdown looming with LaLiga outfit Real Betis, Ten Hag does not expect performance levels to drop in the coming weeks after the highs of Wembley.

"I think in the first place the players have to take responsibility for that," he said. "They have to take responsibility for their performance.

"But I can't see that (drop in performance coming). It's a trophy but it's not the end of the season.

"So, what I heard around me, when I see the comments in the media (from players), when I see the fight in the dressing room yesterday, this is not like we are satisfied with this.

"We want to do better and I think that is quite clear, so it's inspiring and it's not the end. Definitely not."

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Manchester United’s players pictured arriving for FA Cup business at Old Trafford under the lights tonight.

The group includes Fred, so it looks like he has shaken off that knock...

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Predicted lineups

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Here is how Standard Sport sees both teams lining up at Old Trafford this evening...

Man United predicted XI: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Martinez, Malacia; Sabitzer, Casemiro; Fernandes, Sancho, Rashford; Weghorst.

West Ham predicted XI: Areola; Kehrer, Zouma, Aguerd, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice, Downes; Bowen, Antonio, Fornals.

Man United vs West Ham prediction

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Manchester United are flying at the moment and, as seen in their Carabao Cup final victory, are even winning when not playing well.

West Ham head into the game with some long-overdue confidence after a thumping win at the weekend, but I can see David Moyes prioritising their Premier League relegation battle.

Erik ten Hag can seemingly do no wrong at the moment and should guide United through to the quarter-finals.

United to win 2-0.

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West Ham team news

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West Ham are without first-choice goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, who sustained a fractured cheekbone and eye socket during the crucial win over Nottingham Forest after colliding painfully with Brazilian defender Felipe.

There is currently no timescale for his return, with deputy Alphonse Areola now getting his chance to stake his claim for the starting role long-term.

Right-back Vladimir Coufal is sidelined with a heel injury, though Kurt Zouma and Maxwel Cornet are both getting close to making their respective returns.

£12m January signing Danny Ings scored twice on his first start to help the Hammers out of the relegation zone on Saturday, though cannot play tonight as he is cup-tied.


Man United team news

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Still no Anthony Martial for Manchester United tonight, with the French forward having missed the last four weeks with a hip issue.

He has returned to individual drills at Carrington, but Ten Hag is unsure if he will be able to feature before the international break at the end of this month.

Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek are both long-term absentees for United, while Fred and Luke Shaw could also miss out here due to knocks.

Ten Hag could opt to make some changes amid such a demanding fixture list, with his side also still in the Europa League, but he hinted at his pre-match press conference that the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford would start again tonight.

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How to watch Man United vs West Ham

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TV channel: In the UK, the match will be televised live and free-to-air on ITV1, with coverage beginning at 7pm.

Live stream: Fans can also catch the game live online via the ITVX app and website.

Welcome to Manchester United vs West Ham LIVE coverage

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Good evening and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of Manchester United vs West Ham in the FA Cup.

It is arguably the tie of the round this evening with a quarter-final place up for grabs in an all-Premier League affair.

Erik ten Hag’s men will be flying high after ending their six-year trophy drought with Carabao Cup final success against Newcastle at Wembley on Sunday, while David Moyes managed to ease some of the latest mounting pressure on his shoulders amid a fierce Premier League relegation battle with a timely 4-0 drubbing of Nottingham Forest in a proverbial six-pointer.

Kick-off tonight is at 7:45pm GMT, so stay tuned for match build-up, thoughts from both managers, all the latest injury and team news and live minute-by-minute game updates.

We’ll also have expert analysis from Standard Sport’s Malik Ouzia, who is at Old Trafford.

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