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Antonio Valencia produces a right-footed shot from deep inside the penalty box which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Outswinging corner taken left-footed by Ryan Giggs from the left by-line, clearance made by Guy Demel.
Robin van Persie gets on the score sheet with a goal from inside the penalty area to the bottom left corner of the goal. West Ham 2-2 Man Utd.The assist for the goal came from Ryan Giggs.
Ryan Giggs has a header from deep inside the six-yard box and clears the crossbar.
Shot from close in by Carlton Cole misses to the left of the goal. Unfair challenge on Daniel Potts by Antonio Valencia results in a free kick. James Collins takes the free kick.
Nemanja Vidic gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Matthew Jarvis. Nemanja Vidic is given a yellow card. Direct free kick taken by Mark Noble. Shot on goal by Jack Collison from just inside the area goes over the target.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Robin van Persie, clearance made by Guy Demel. Ryan Giggs decides to take a short corner.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Mark Noble by Alexander Buttner. Direct free kick taken by Jussi Jaaskelainen.
Chris Smalling goes off and Ryan Giggs comes on. Matthew Taylor comes on in place of Joe Cole.
Danny Welbeck has a header from inside the six-yard box and clears the crossbar. (West Ham) makes a substitution, with Mark Noble coming on for Alou Diarra.
Robin van Persie on for Javier Hernandez. Antonio Valencia comes on in place of Paul Scholes. Outswinging corner taken by Alexander Buttner from the left by-line, Close range headed effort by Robin van Persie goes wide of the left-hand post.
Matthew Jarvis comes on in place of Ricardo Vaz Te.
James Collins finds the back of the net with a headed goal from inside the penalty box. West Ham 2-1 Man Utd.Assist by Joe Cole.
Jack Collison takes the inswinging corner, Chris Smalling manages to make a clearance.
Shinji Kagawa takes a shot. Blocked by James Tomkins.
Carlton Cole takes a shot. David De Gea makes a save.
James Tomkins takes a shot. Save by David De Gea. The referee blows for offside against Javier Hernandez. Indirect free kick taken by James Collins.
Nemanja Vidic concedes a free kick for a foul on Carlton Cole. Free kick crossed right-footed by Joe Cole.
Effort on goal by Tom Cleverley from just inside the box goes harmlessly over the target.
Rafael Da Silva takes a shot. James Collins gets a block in.
Unfair challenge on James Tomkins by Javier Hernandez results in a free kick. James Collins takes the free kick.
Shot by Joe Cole from outside the area goes high over the crossbar.
Rafael Da Silva is penalised for handball and concedes a free kick. Jussi Jaaskelainen takes the free kick.
Effort on goal by Ricardo Vaz Te from just inside the penalty area goes over the target.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Chris Smalling on Ricardo Vaz Te. Free kick taken by James Collins.
Danny Welbeck fouled by Alou Diarra, the ref awards a free kick. Alexander Buttner restarts play with the free kick.
Effort from just outside the area by Ricardo Vaz Te goes over the target.
Rafael Da Silva challenges Daniel Potts unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Daniel Potts.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Kevin Nolan by Paul Scholes. Free kick crossed right-footed by Jack Collison, clearance by Danny Welbeck.
Rafael Da Silva fouled by Jack Collison, the ref awards a free kick. Jack Collison goes into the referee's book. Free kick taken by Danny Welbeck.
Danny Welbeck takes a shot. Save by Jussi Jaaskelainen.
Jack Collison takes the outswinging corner, Javier Hernandez manages to make a clearance.
Shot from long range by Javier Hernandez misses to the right of the target.
Carlton Cole concedes a free kick for a foul on Nemanja Vidic. Free kick taken by Paul Scholes.
Javier Hernandez concedes a free kick for a foul on Guy Demel. Joe Cole crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Effort by Alou Diarra from a long way out goes over the crossbar.
James Collins grabs a headed goal from close in. West Ham 1-1 Man Utd.Assist by Joe Cole.
Carlton Cole fouled by Nemanja Vidic, the ref awards a free kick. Jack Collison delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from right channel.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jack Collison by Paul Scholes. Paul Scholes goes into the book for unsporting behaviour. Joe Cole takes the free kick. Ricardo Vaz Te takes a shot. Save by David De Gea.
Tom Cleverley fires in a goal from inside the penalty box to the bottom right corner of the goal. West Ham 0-1 Man Utd.Assist on the goal came from Javier Hernandez.
Jack Collison takes the outswinging corner, Tom Cleverley makes a clearance. Kevin Nolan is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Free kick taken by David De Gea.
Joe Cole takes a shot. Blocked by Jonny Evans.
Alou Diarra gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Rafael Da Silva. Alexander Buttner restarts play with the free kick. Outswinging corner taken by Alexander Buttner, Nemanja Vidic takes a shot. Clearance made by Daniel Potts.
The offside flag is raised against Javier Hernandez. Jussi Jaaskelainen restarts play with the free kick.
Daniel Potts fouled by Javier Hernandez, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by James Collins.
Shot from just outside the area by Jack Collison goes over the bar.
Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Jack Collison, Guy Demel takes a shot. Paul Scholes manages to make a clearance. Close range header by Carlton Cole goes over the bar.
Unfair challenge on Joe Cole by Chris Smalling results in a free kick. Jussi Jaaskelainen restarts play with the free kick.
Joe Cole gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Chris Smalling. Direct free kick taken by Paul Scholes.
Cole could earn cup call
West Ham expect to have new signing Joe Cole available for the FA Cup third-round tie against Manchester United at Upton Park after his free transfer from Liverpool was confirmed today.
Captain Kevin Nolan and defender James Collins are back from a one-match suspension, but defender Joey O'Brien is a doubt with a hamstring problem.
Striker Andy Carroll (knee) and midfielder Mohamed Diame (hamstring) continue their rehabilitation.
Manchester United are expected to make several changes for the late-afternoon kick-off, but boss Sam Allardyce does not expect that to weaken the Premier League leaders at all.
He said: "We are not under the same pressure as we are in the Premier League that is for sure, but we have a responsibility because there will be a full house at West Ham tomorrow, live on TV so we have to put the best team out we have available.
"I am sure (United manager) Sir Alex (Ferguson) will make some changes, but it will not really make much of a difference because at the moment any changes he does make, they still keep winning.
"They are in top form, so it will be hugely difficult, but it is a fantastic one to be involved in and if we can create a bit of an upset it would be a great bonus to make it into the next round."
Sir Alex Ferguson has been drilling it home to his Manchester United players that it is time their nine-year FA Cup drought came to an end.
After winning the competition four times in 10 years after Ferguson finally ended his United trophy drought by beating Crystal Palace in 1990, the Red Devils have secured it just once since.
The 2004 win over Millwall has been followed by disappointing final defeats to Arsenal and Chelsea and two semi-final losses, the most recent against Manchester City in 2011.
Of the current squad, only Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Darren Fletcher have winners' medals, and Ferguson has told his players that statistic needs to change.
"The manager has made the point to us that we have not done too well in the last few years," defender Chris Smalling said. "We need to make sure we get back on track in the competition.
"The league is going well and we're into the Champions League knockout stages, so we want to do well in this as well."
Smalling, 23, was less than six months old when Ferguson secured the first silverware of his illustrious reign after United beating Palace in the 1990 final replay at Wembley.
Since then, the advent and continued success of both the Premier League and Champions League have downgraded the FA Cup's status within the English game.
Yet Smalling still views it as a special tournament and certainly one he would want on his CV.
"The FA Cup has always been a massive competition," he said. "You've got the situation where lower league teams have the chance to play some of the top sides. It can be a real adventure."
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