West Ham begin their Carabao Cup campaign with a home clash against League One Side Hull on Tuesday.
David Moyes’ men have suffered two consecutive defeats at the start of the new Premier League season, but they will be looking to get back on track by booking their place in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
After bragging through Charlton’s challenge, by the time they reach the third round of victories over Sunderland and Leeds, Hull are coming towards the side with a confidence they have won in both league matches so far – both through penalties.
The winner will face a trip to Fleetwood Town or Everton for a place in the fifth round.
Date, time, venue
West Ham vs. Hall will host the BST kickoff on Tuesday, September 22 at 7.30pm.
The match will take place behind closed doors at London Stadium as fans do not attend due to government guidelines regarding the corona virus.
How to see
Live stream: The match will not be broadcast live in the UK, but fans can still watch it carabaocup.live Website.
Tickets cost $ 10, and not all contacts, including Premier League clubs, have been selected to show up on Sky Sports for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
Moises made a significant difference in West Ham’s victory over Charlton in the third round.
Michael Antonio has emerged as the Hammers’ star striker, but back-up Sebastian Haller will lead the lineup as he did against Charlton.
Pablo Fornals, Jarrod Bowen and Arthur Masuwaku will be given another chance to shine in the Premier League’s preferred options of Manuel Lancini, Felipe Anderson and Andrei Yarmolenko, three experienced and sidelined players.
Elsewhere, he hopes to bring back Robert Snowdograss and Josh Cullen.
Prediction: West Ham 2-0 Hull
While West Ham have not enjoyed a good start to the season, they have to have a lot of quality for their League One rivals – especially at home.
Head-to-head (H2H) history and results
This is the 48th meeting between the two sides.
West Ham have 20 wins, eight more than Hull. 15 draws.
Betting and tips
- West Ham to win: 40/85
- Hull to win: 7/1
- Draw: 7/2
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