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Match Day Man Utd v West Ham - FA Cup Quarter-Final Replay

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MATCH FACTS
Head-to-head

  • The two sides last met in the FA Cup three seasons ago, with Manchester United securing a 1-0 home victory in a third-round replay.
  • The Hammers are winless in their last nine trips to Old Trafford in all competitions (D1, L8).
  • West Ham's last two cup triumphs over United were at Old Trafford, the most recent being by 1-0 in 2001.
Manchester United

  • The 11-time FA Cup winners last lifted the trophy in 2004.
  • They have lost both of their last two sixth-round appearances, including a 2-1 home defeat by eventual winners Arsenal last season.
  • United have conceded only once in their three previous FA Cup games this campaign.
  • They have scored 12 goals in their last four games at Old Trafford in all competitions, as many as they had managed in their previous 13 home matches.
West Ham United

  • Three-time winners West Ham have not won the FA Cup since 1980,
  • They last reached the final a decade ago, losing on penalties to Liverpool.
  • West Ham have won 10 of their last 15 games in all competitions (D3, L2).
  • The Hammers have scored seven goals in their last two FA Cup ties.
  • They last reached the sixth round in 2010-11 season, where they were eliminated 2-1 at Stoke.
  • Michail Antonio has scored in his last three appearances in all competitions.
 
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Can't wait think if we are at our best we will win this 2-0.

Reading the red cafe forum most Man United fans are not confident one bit.
 

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I'd say either Man United cruise past them or collapse like against Liverpool.
 

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West Ham should win this comfortably.
 

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I've given up with predictions as I usually jinx us, but will hopefully see a win for the Ironssssssssss when I check in the morning.
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I think West Ham will win this tie at the first bite. Absolutely brilliant against big sides and United will not be high in confidence after Thursday.
 

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It's the only thing we've got left. Replay.
 

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OH My God we need Memphis on he will at least run and take defenders on instead of getting to the area then passingbackwards
 

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i think the only way Manchester could score tonight is by an mistake by an West Ham defender. if Whu keep calm they will score the winner aound the 70th minute.

United reminds me of the United team 20 years ago, the only difference is that the world moved on. old fashioned football by an old fashioned manager
 

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oh and what the hell is doing Fellaini in a so called big four line-up. in perfect world he would fight against relegation from the championship with the potters
 

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i think the only way Manchester could score tonight is by an mistake by an West Ham defender. if Whu keep calm they will score the winner aound the 70th minute.

United reminds me of the United team 20 years ago, the only difference is that the world moved on. old fashioned football by an old fashioned manager
Spot on. LVG hasn't moved on, United are playing the football Barcelona did several iterations ago. Brighter start to the second half, I think this will go to a replay but wouldn't be shocked if West Ham win either. They've created the only proper chances in this game, United are working on scraps and relying on individual brilliance as they have done all season.
 

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Macclesfield Town/Manchester City. It's complicated.
Lingard showing there what actually happens when someone makes a tiny contact on your heel. Anyone who crumples like Benteke did is diving.
 

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Would have been harsh watching it back.
 

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Macclesfield Town/Manchester City. It's complicated.
And if it was, that makes it even!
 

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FANTASTIC free-kick!
 

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Lovelly free kick from payet but he shouldn't have been on the field
 

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What a fucking freekick! Fantastic. Surprised if no one comes for Payet in the summer.
 

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Payet is fucking incredible. Said it a hundred times this season, how he is not playing for a huge club is absolutely mind-boggling. If he can be prized away from West Ham (even though he just signed a new contract), teams should be doing everything in their power to try and get him. Magical, magical player. His set-pieces are Beckham-esque.

If LVG loses this, there is literally no reason to keep him for the rest of the season other than to spare his ego. Just part ways already.
 

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And, the subs that should have started are coming on.
 

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What the fuck is Randolph doing in the net? lmfao.
 

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