WEST HAM were within minutes of beating Everton last week and should finish the job at Upton Park tonight.

Sam Allardyce has already stated he wants an FA Cup run with league status secured and has vowed to field his strongest line-up – although Diafra Sakho and Cheikhou Kouyate are at the African Nations.

The Hammers are enjoying a superb season in contrast to Everton but the Toffees battled well to draw with Man City at the weekend. However, they have lost their last three games and confidence remains fragile.

With Andy Carroll looking back to his best I’m on West Ham to win this replay at 13-10 with the likes of McBookie and William Hill.

Carroll cracked in a corker against Swansea at the weekend and is 13-2 at McBookie to bag the opener.

Wolves should beat Championship rivals Fulham, who haven’t netted in four games. They are 19-20 at Coral and I’ll take them if I can confirm they’re going with a strong starting side – Fulham will make some changes.

The other two replays feature all League One ties with Bristol City tackling Doncaster and Scunthorpe at Chesterfield.

City are favourites at 17-20 with McBookie and that’s fine with Steve Cotterill expected to name an unchanged side against Paul Dickov’s away-day specialists.

Fulham loan star Matt Smith, who scored late leveller to earn a replay, is able to feature and is likely to line up alongside Jay Emmanuel-Thomas in attack.

Smith is on a hot streak with nine goals in five games – including four at Gillingham in the JP Trophy – and is 11-2 at McBookie and BetVictor to score first.

Keeper Marko Marosi will make only his second appearance for Doncaster after Manchester United recalled Sam Johnstone from his loan spell and sent him to Preston. The 21-year-old’s only game since signing from Wigan was as a sub in a 3-0 defeat at Walsall.

Midfielder Dean Furman is away with South Africa for the African Nations Cup and experienced centre-half Rob Jones is still injured.

On-loan Chesterfield striker Mani Dieseruvwe has not been given permission to play in the FA Cup despite his parent club Sheffield Wednesday having been knocked out.

Scunthorpe boss Mark Robins will be forced to make changes as new loan signings Tom Hopper and Jacob Murphy as well as fellow loanee Luke O’Neil are all ineligible.

That could see a return to the starting line-up for striker Lyle Taylor, Hakeeb Adelakun and fellow midfielder Sean McAllister who all started on the bench in Saturday’s win at Walsall.

Midfielder Isaiah Osbourne is hoping to return to contention after missing the last two games through illness, while defenders Eddie Nolan and Niall Canavan are among those pushing for recalls.

Chesterfield are the FA Cup’s great survivors. They had to win twice at MK Dons then battled back from 2-0 down at Scunthorpe to force a replay with a last-gasp equaliser. Back them at 4-5 at McBookie.

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Bristol City
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  1. Dale 3 years ago

    Have to disagree with you there mr f I’m sorry maybe I’m biast being a toffee but I can see a strong performance from my boys tomorow night we should of beaten city at the weekend after another disallowed penalty that would of been a pen for anybody else in the league…and a Few top saves from a joe hart cost us the game… We have a great record against the hammers winning 4 of the last 5 against them and drawing the last 1….
    I’ll be on lukaku to score 1st and anytime… and us to win at 11/5 great price…

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      Dale, you support your team and you should expect them to win. You were lucky to get the replay and I know you have a great record against West Ham but they’ve never played like this. City should have put you away in the first half but I accept 2 draws is an improvement but you need to show more and it might not come until you get the injured players back or new faces in. I see you’re being linked with David Marshall and he’d be a great signing.

  2. Dale 3 years ago

    Yes I totally agree we wer very lucky to get the replay didn’t deserve it all but that result coupled with a good response in the second half against city I mentioned joe fart with a couple of great saves and seamus Coleman also hit the bar… Martinez won the fa cup with Wigan don’t forget and is a big lover of the competition the f.a cup is our only real shot of a trophy this season I know we have played well in the europa league but don’t see us winning that competition… Have read rumours of marshal bein linked with us but as ever bobby has played it down the same way he always does I know that bookies have suspended betting on him joining us but apparently he has an ankle injury so that has put doubt in my mind…. In all honesty I expect I high scoring game tonight with Howard still out and Robles who to be fair to him isn’t the best… It’s that gut feeling you know that you get… We will win haha forever the optimist mr f… All toffees have is faith… In Roberto we trust last season was not a fluke we will be back…

  3. rob 3 years ago

    west ham v everton draw everton win on pens

  4. Dale 3 years ago

    Lukaku has stated he wants to play after the death of his close friend junior malanda I can see him being fired up for this one… Very close friends and mothers are best friends… He has got a great record against the hammers gonna back him to the the onion bag a couple of times tonight

  5. Donny 3 years ago

    Brizzle city to win plus West Ham Everton BTTS = 2/1 at hills.

  6. Dale 3 years ago

    Bonkers bet 4 tonight
    Bristol city win
    Everton win
    Wolves win
    Ac Milan win
    Malaga win
    Halifax win

    And all the same games over 2.5 mgs separate Acca

  7. Jerome 3 years ago

    West Ham is a very difficult game..The FA is full of surprises,but the hammers are in good form. WestHam win or draw. Bristol to win..

  8. steven26 3 years ago

    west ham will not win tonight, I can see nothing more than an everton win. Everton look like the team from last season, then you have west ham who are missing key players due to the African cup of nations.

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      steven26, I totally disagree – Everton still look in disarray to me and I think West Ham will win. Sakho’s the only key man out but Everton have 7 missing including McCarthy who they really need back.

  9. paul 3 years ago

    West Ham v Everton

    Over 10 Corners

    There were 19 at goodison

  10. steven26 3 years ago

    West hams results have been poor of late, they were poor against Swansea in their last game. Everton are playing more direct football now and it suits them,especially lukaku. The game at goodison, the last minute equaliser was a season changing point. They’ve looked far better since, whereas west ham haven’t been as good as they were at the start of the season.

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      steven26, I accept Everton have gone more direct and managed 2 draws but I don’t accept West Ham have been poor. A draw at Swansea is acceptable and they were the better team. They drew with Everton and WBA and should have won both and before that lost to Chelsea (deserved) and Arsenal (unlucky). Anyway it’s about opinions and we won’t know for sure until the final whistle blows.

  11. Alex 3 years ago

    Have to say there is no way I can see Everton getting anything from tonight, have to agree with Mr F. Villa, Everton and QPR are the worst three teams in the premier league on form at the moment and West Ham are one of the best.
    West Ham
    Southampton (tomorrow)
    10 returns 95 at Ladbrokes

  12. daz 3 years ago

    Everton have only won 1 of the last 6 like West Ham have.
    Everton have Tim Howard (calf), Sylvain Distin (groin), Tony Hibbert, Leon Osman (foot), Darron Gibson and Steven Pienaar (both knee) remain sidelined.

  13. Dale 3 years ago

    The players that are out aside from James McCarthy are not goin to be missed tonight sylvan distin has got great cover in john stones other than that we are close to full strength we don’t play till Monday night in the league I expect Martinez to put his strongest side tonight… Very similar to team that played city on weekend… Toffees now 19/10 from 11/5

  14. daz 3 years ago

    Bristol City getting smashed with 25 bookies or exchanges.

  15. daz 3 years ago

    Fulham loanee Matt Smith, who scored a late leveller to earn Bristol City a replay, is able to feature and is likely to line up alongside Jay Emmanuel-Thomas in attack once more.

    Boss Steve Cotterill has no fresh injury worries and could name the same XI that saw off Notts County 4-0 on Saturday as his side look to secure a home tie with either West Ham or Everton.

  16. daz 3 years ago

    Matt Smith to score anytime for Bristol City @17/10
    He has scored nine goals in his last five games

  17. lefentis 3 years ago

    I fancied hammers to win

  18. daz 3 years ago

    WEST HAM Adrian, Cresswell, Tomkins, Jarvis, Carroll, Downing, Noble (c), Jenkinson, Collins, Song, Valencia
    SUBS Jaaskelainen, Nolan, Vaz Te, O’Brien, Amalfitano, Cole, Burke

    EVERTON Joel, Baines, Jagielka (c), Stones, Coleman, Barry, Besic, Barkley, Naismith, McGeady, Lukaku
    SUBS Griffiths, Oviedo, Kone, Mirallas, Garbutt, Alcaraz

  19. daz 3 years ago

    BRISTOL CITY Fielding, Little, Cunningham, Ayling, Flint, Williams, Pack, K.Smith, Wagstaff, M.Smith, Emmanuel-Thomas
    SUBS Richards, Osborne, Bryan, Wynter, Elliott, Freeman

    DONCASTER Marosi; Wabara, McCullough, Butler, Stevens; Coppinger, Keegan, Wellens, Forrester, Middleton; Main
    SUBS McLaren (gk), McCombe, Robinson, Wakefield, De Val, Tyson, Bennett

  20. James 3 years ago

    Aaron Cresswell first goalscorer for the Spammers tonight

  21. daz 3 years ago

    Bristol City 2-0

  22. paul 3 years ago

    West ham everton over 10 corners WIN 4/5

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