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  • Date:27 Aug 2013
  • Kick-off:19:45
  • Venue:Boleyn Ground
  • Attendance:23,440
  • Vaz Te (41) Morrison (45)
  • Richards - pen (58)
Goal!

Live Commentary

94mins

Shot by Zack Kotwica missed to the left of the net.

93mins

Matthew Taylor takes a shot. Parried by Scott Brown back into danger.

89mins

Shot by Byron Harrison missed to the right of the net.

86mins

George McCartney crosses the ball.

85mins

James Tomkins takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the right of the net.

83mins

Russell Penn goes off and Ashley Vincent comes on.

82mins

Free kick taken by Scott Brown.

82mins

Unfair challenge on Jermaine McGlashan by Matthew Taylor results in a free kick.

78mins

Ricardo Vaz Te is ruled offside.

77mins

Shot by Zack Kotwica went wide of the left-hand upright.

77mins

Zack Kotwica is brought on as a substitute for Terry Gornell.

76mins

Header by George McCartney strikes the bar.

75mins

Jack Collison takes a shot. Scott Brown parries the ball but the danger is not over.

74mins

Free kick taken by James Tomkins.

74mins

Byron Harrison concedes a free kick for a foul on George McCartney.

72mins

Corner from the right by-line taken by Stewart Downing.

70mins

Russell Penn has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the target.

70mins

Shot by Byron Harrison went over the crossbar.

68mins

A cross is delivered by Razvan Rat.

67mins

Ravel Morrison takes a brilliant shot and went wide right of the target.

66mins

Shot by Matthew Taylor went wide of the left-hand upright.

65mins

A cross is delivered by Razvan Rat.

63mins

Free kick taken by Stewart Downing.

62mins

Caution for Steve Elliott.

61mins

Scott Brown restarts play with the free kick.

60mins

Russell Penn fouled by Matthew Taylor, the ref awards a free kick.

59mins

Matt Richards scores a penalty. West Ham 2-1 Cheltenham.

58mins

Unfair challenge on Sam Deering by Adrian Adrian results in a Penalty.

57mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Sam Deering by Adrian Adrian.

55mins

Sam Deering has an effort direct from the free kick that misses right.

55mins

Sam Deering takes the free kick.

54mins

Unfair challenge on Terry Gornell by James Tomkins results in a free kick.

54mins

Jermaine McGlashan takes a shot and went wide right of the goal.

53mins

Header by Stewart Downing goes to the left of the goal.

52mins

Shot by Ricardo Vaz Te. Parried by Scott Brown back into danger.

51mins

Header by James Tomkins misses to the right of the target.

51mins

Corner taken by Joe Cole from the left by-line.

51mins

Adrian Adrian takes the free kick.

51mins

Jermaine McGlashan concedes a free kick for a foul on Leo Chambers.

50mins

Shot by James Tomkins. Scott Brown parries the ball but the danger is not over.

49mins

Corner from the left by-line taken by Joe Cole.

49mins

Shot by Mohamed Diame cleared the bar.

48mins

Terry Gornell is flagged offside by the assistant referee.

46mins

Ravel Morrison slots the ball right footed into the goal. West Ham 2-0 Cheltenham.The assist for the goal came from Stewart Downing.

46mins

Stewart Downing delivers the ball.

46mins

Shot by Ravel Morrison went wide of the right-hand post.

46mins

Stewart Downing comes on in place of Joe Cole.

45mins

Ryan Inniss makes a clearance.

43mins

The ball is delivered by Joe Cole.

42mins

Free kick scored by Ricardo Vaz Te. West Ham 1-0 Cheltenham.

42mins

Ricardo Vaz Te restarts play with the free kick.

41mins

Ravel Morrison fouled by Russell Penn, the ref awards a free kick.

40mins

The ball is delivered by Matthew Taylor.

39mins

Russell Penn takes a brilliant shot and goes harmlessly over the bar.

38mins

Free kick taken by Scott Brown.

38mins

Ravel Morrison goes into the book.

37mins

Adrian Adrian restarts play with the free kick.

36mins

Matt Richards challenges Matthew Taylor unfairly and gives away a free kick.

34mins

Mohamed Diame replaces Alou Diarra.

30mins

Razvan Rat takes the free kick.

29mins

Razvan Rat makes a clearance.

25mins

Matthew Taylor manages to make a clearance.

24mins

Free kick taken by Matt Richards.

24mins

Clearance by Alou Diarra.

22mins

Matt Richards takes a shot and went wide of the left-hand upright.

21mins

Ricardo Vaz Te is flagged offside by the assistant referee.

20mins

George McCartney manages to make a clearance.

16mins

Jermaine McGlashan sends in a cross.

15mins

Matt Richards has a direct shot on goal from the free kick and misses the left post.

15mins

Free kick taken by Matt Richards.

14mins

Alou Diarra concedes a free kick for a foul on Jason Taylor.

12mins

Corner taken by Matthew Taylor.

11mins

Scott Brown restarts play with the free kick.

8mins

Free kick taken by Adrian Adrian.

8mins

George McCartney fouled by Steve Elliott, the ref awards a free kick.

7mins

Sam Deering has an effort at goal. Blocked by James Tomkins.

5mins

Craig Braham-Barrett manages to make a clearance.

4mins

Matthew Taylor shoots direct from the free kick. Scott Brown catches the ball.

4mins

Free kick taken by Matthew Taylor.

3mins

Joe Cole fouled by Keith Lowe, the ref awards a free kick.

2mins

Adrian Adrian restarts play with the free kick.

2mins

Unfair challenge on Razvan Rat by Jermaine McGlashan results in a free kick.

2mins

Free kick crossed by Keith Lowe.

2mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Keith Lowe by James Tomkins.

Match Preview

Morrison set for full debut Sam Allardyce has urged Ravel Morrison to make the most of his full West Ham debut in the Capital One Cup clash with League Two Cheltenham. The precocious 20-year-old played for the last 15 minutes of Saturday's goalless Barclays Premier League draw at Newcastle after earning rave reviews for his pre-season performances. Now Allardyce is ready to give Morrison his chance as he prepares to make a number of changes for the Upton Park fixture, also including giving a full Hammers debut for new signing Razvan Rat. Allardyce said: "Ravel is an emerging talent and we've very pleased with what he did in pre-season for us. "He is an exceptional talent who we hope we can nurture into the fray. Some people might say sticking a player on at that late stage might be risky but we've got to do it at some stage." Allardyce signed Morrison from Manchester United in January 2012 but sent him out on loan to Birmingham for the duration of last season, where he scored three goals in the Blues' Championship campaign. Allardyce added: "We can see the talent and the only way to do it is to get him in the first team and get some minutes on the board. "He'll play against Cheltenham and we'll see how he does and keep an eye on him. "He's had a good season at Birmingham and he's brought that back with him in pre-season and it's great to see that talent is emerging." New signing Stewart Downing could keep his place in the Hammers line-up after admitting being short of match practice since his summer move from Liverpool. Downing, who has played in League Cup finals for each of his previous three clubs, told the Hammers' official website: "For me personally I just want to keep playing and get a good run at it. "A lot of teams disregard the League Cup a little but I always think if you go strong in it, you've got every chance." Cheltenham manager Mark Yates will be keen to see a repeat of Saturday's performance at Accrington. Yates could choose to stick with the players who helped the Robins bounce back from the horror show against Plymouth with a solid 1-0 win at the Crown Ground. Jermaine McGlashan and Byron Harrison will be desperate for a chance to prove their worth after they were dropped to the bench at the weekend. Veteran striker Jamie Cureton is still sidelined with a shoulder injury. The Robins' tie at Upton Park is a hugely-exciting prospect for many supporters but it will be a dream come true for chairman Paul Baker. Baker, who has held the role with the Sky Bet League Two side since 1997, is a lifelong Hammers fan and regularly makes the trip from the Cotswolds to watch West Ham. And he admits being in the boardroom, where he will wear the scarves of both clubs, rather than the stands will make this second-round clash a memorable evening, whatever the result. "It's an unbelievable draw, it really is, for not just me, but for the whole club," he told the Gloucestershire Echo. "I used to watch West Ham regularly in my 20s and I even went to Brussels to watch them in the European Cup Winners' Cup final against Anderlecht in 1976, which they lost 4-2. "During my formative years West Ham had so many great players and for a Cheltenham lad to be travelling to the East End of London was such a contrast "The atmosphere at Upton Park is always good with the crowd virtually on the pitch and it will bring back memories for me of roasted peanuts and jellied eels outside the ground. "I've never been in the boardroom before so I am looking forward to going there with my hometown club and it'll be a proud moment and another great day for Cheltenham."

Match Report

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