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  • Date:24 Sep 2013
  • Kick-off:19:45
  • Venue:Boleyn Ground
  • Attendance:18,611
  • Morrison (1) Jarvis (7)
    Vaz Te (87)
  • Noone (44) Odemwingie (75)
Goal!

Live Commentary

93mins

The referee brings the game to a close.

93mins

Peter Odemwingie takes a shot and cleared the bar.

92mins

Corner taken by Craig Noone from the right by-line.

91mins

Nicky Maynard goes off and Rudy Gestede comes on.

88mins

Ricardo Vaz Te heads the ball into the goal. West Ham 3-2 Cardiff.Jack Collison provided the assist for the goal.

85mins

Tommy Smith takes the chance to get an effort at goal.

83mins

Craig Noone manages to make a clearance.

83mins

Corner taken by Matthew Taylor.

81mins

Corner from the right by-line taken by Matthew Taylor.

80mins

James Collins restarts play with the free kick.

80mins

Corner taken by Craig Noone.

79mins

Craig Noone takes a shot.

76mins

Peter Odemwingie scores with a left foot finish. West Ham 2-2 Cardiff.Jordon Mutch provided the assist for the goal.

73mins

Matthew Taylor restarts play with the free kick.

72mins

Tommy Smith takes the free kick.

72mins

Jack Collison gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Tommy Smith.

70mins

Shot by Craig Noone went wide of the right-hand upright.

69mins

Craig Noone takes the free kick.

68mins

Matthew Taylor concedes a free kick for a foul on Declan John.

66mins

James Collins restarts play with the free kick.

65mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Mladen Petric on Declan John.

64mins

Header by James Tomkins goes harmlessly over the bar.

63mins

Free kick crossed by James Collins.

63mins

Unfair challenge on Ricardo Vaz Te by Craig Noone results in a free kick.

61mins

Peter Odemwingie concedes a free kick for a foul on James Tomkins.

60mins

Free kick taken by Matthew Taylor.

60mins

Unfair challenge on Mohamed Diame by Jordon Mutch results in a free kick.

58mins

(West Ham) makes a substitution, with Mohamed Diame coming on for Ravel Morrison.

56mins

Free kick taken by Joe Lewis.

56mins

Joe Mason leaves the field to be replaced by Tommy Smith.

55mins

Mladen Petric is ruled offside.

51mins

Corner from the left by-line taken by Jordon Mutch.

50mins

Free kick taken by James Collins.

49mins

Peter Odemwingie concedes a free kick for a foul on George McCartney.

47mins

The second half has started.

47mins

Joe Lewis restarts play with the free kick.

47mins

Corner taken by Don Cowie.

47mins

Shot by Jordon Mutch. A parry by Adrian prevents the goal.

46mins

(West Ham) makes a substitution, with Mladen Petric coming on for Modibo Maiga.

46mins

Kevin McNaughton is brought on as a substitute for John Brayford.

45mins

The ref blows to signal half-time.

45mins

Craig Noone scores with their left foot. West Ham 2-1 Cardiff.

45mins

Don Cowie produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick.

44mins

Foul by Ravel Morrison on Craig Noone, free kick awarded.

43mins

Clearance made by Matthew Connolly.

42mins

Unfair challenge on George McCartney by Joe Mason results in a free kick.

42mins

Adrian Adrian takes the free kick.

42mins

Unfair challenge on Matthew Jarvis by John Brayford results in a free kick.

39mins

Corner taken by Don Cowie from the left by-line.

37mins

Corner taken by Matthew Jarvis.

34mins

Corner from the right by-line taken by Matthew Taylor.

34mins

Matthew Taylor crosses the ball in from the free kick.

33mins

Foul by Declan John on Ricardo Vaz Te, free kick awarded.

30mins

Foul by James Tomkins on Matthew Connolly, free kick awarded.

30mins

Corner taken by Matthew Jarvis.

25mins

Craig Noone takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the left of the net.

22mins

Free kick taken by Jordon Mutch.

22mins

George McCartney concedes a free kick for a foul on Joe Mason.

19mins

Modibo Maiga takes a shot and went wide right of the net.

17mins

The referee blows for offside.

17mins

Corner taken by Don Cowie.

16mins

Joe Lewis takes the free kick.

15mins

Corner taken by Matthew Jarvis from the right by-line.

15mins

Corner taken by Jordon Mutch.

13mins

Matthew Jarvis concedes a free kick for a foul on Peter Odemwingie.

12mins

The assistant referee flags for offside against Peter Odemwingie.

10mins

John Brayford takes the free kick.

9mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Joe Mason by Matthew Taylor.

8mins

Matthew Jarvis grabs a goal with a right foot finish. West Ham 2-0 Cardiff.Assist on the goal came from Modibo Maiga.

7mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by John Brayford on Modibo Maiga.

5mins

Unfair challenge on Ravel Morrison by Joe Mason results in a free kick.

5mins

Jordon Mutch takes a shot.

3mins

Free kick taken by James Tomkins.

3mins

Jordon Mutch gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Matthew Taylor.

1mins

Ravel Morrison scores with a right foot finish. West Ham 1-0 Cardiff.Assist by Matthew Jarvis.

The game kicks-off.

Match Preview

Allardyce set for landmark game Sam Allardyce is proud of his record as West Ham manager as he prepares to take charge of the club for the 100th time. The former Bolton and Blackburn boss reaches his century of Hammers games as Cardiff visit Upton Park in the third round of the Capital One Cup this week. Allardyce has endured a difficult start to the new campaign, with his team having not won in the Barclays Premier League since their season-opening defeat of the Bluebirds, but he is pleased with his overall achievements. The 58-year-old guided the club to promotion to the top flight in his first season and followed up with a 10th-placed finish. Now he wants the time to build on that. Allardyce said: "Obviously I'm very pleased with the record we had in the Barclays Premier League last year and the year before we were expected to do well in the Championship. "If you look at the stats for how many teams are promoted the season after they were relegated you'll find that there are very few, around 20 per cent who actually manage it. "We've done everything that we said we would do, not just me and the backroom staff, but also the chairman and the vice-chairman and everyone else behind the scenes. "We set out with the plan to get promoted in the first year, we did that. "The second year we planned to stay up and in the end we surpassed expectations and finished 10th. "Now we've got to bring a sustainable balance to the squad which is going to keep us in the Premier League for many, many years. "We need to grow slowly. It's probably unacceptable in today's football but we have to convince everybody that growing slowly is the right way. "It sustains the ability to get better and better and when you do that you are then able to achieve more and you can start looking at bigger things." The Hammers are without suspended midfielder Mark Noble for the tie after he picked up a one-match ban after being sent off for two bookable offences in Saturday's loss to Everton. Midfielder Joe Cole (hamstring) and winger Stewart Downing (leg) are improving but are not yet ready while manager Allardyce has suggested it is still too soon for striker Mladen Petric to start. Striker Andy Carroll (heel) and midfielder Alou Diarra (knee) are out. Meanwhile, Cardiff manager Malky Mackay believes his side's experiences in the Championship mean they will cope better than most with any fixture congestion. The Bluebirds head to Upton Park for a clash that will take place just two days after their gut-wrenching 1-0 defeat to Tottenham, thanks to Paulinho's stoppage-time winner. Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has been heavily critical of his side's cup meeting with Aston Villa on Tuesday, their third game in six days. But Cardiff's clash with the Hammers is the second of their own run of three games in six days, with a Premier League trip to Fulham on the agenda on Saturday. Mackay is expected to rotate his squad against Sam Allardyce's team, but expects there to be no drop in the full-blooded effort he has seen in their Premier League fixtures. "I think it is easier for us to retain that work-rate when we have a number of games as there are slightly fewer games than in the Championship, where we regularly played Tuesday and Saturday," he said. "You now have more time to recover and we have a lot of good people here in terms of our sport science and medical people who help the players recover. "They are a very fit bunch, they run hard for each other and that will not change over the course of the season. "No matter what happens in terms of results the effort will not change, it has not for two years and it will not start now. "We were terrific against a real top team on Sunday. "We have played three of last season's top six at home and we have absolutely gone at them toe to toe and our fans have seen that and I am very proud of them and going forward I am glad to be in the trenches with them." Striker Andreas Cornelius is set to miss out again against West Ham as the Dane tries to shake off an ankle injury suffered at Accrington in the last round. It has been an injury-hit start to the 20-year-old's time with the club, but Mackay has reassured the B#8million forward the pressure will be off him when he returns to full fitness.

Formation:433Manager: Sam Allardyce

West Ham

Formation: 442Manager: Malky Mackay

Cardiff

  • Adrian
  • Leo Chambers
  • James Tomkins
  • James Collins
  • George McCartney
  • Matthew Jarvis
  • Ravel Morrison
  • Matthew Taylor
  • Ricardo Vaz Te
  • Modibo Maiga
  • Jack Collison
  • SUBS
  • Kevin Nolan
  • Razvan Rat
  • Mohamed Diame
  • Stephen Henderson
  • Mladen Petric
  • Pelly Ruddock
  • George Moncur

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