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Wayne Rooney
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Manchester United take on West Ham United for the Premier League fixture at Upton Park on Saturday.

Where to Watch

Kick-off is set for 5:30pm GMT. Live coverage is on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD. Catch the highlights of the game on BBC One and BBC One HD at 10:30pm GMT.


West Ham suffered a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Stoke City in the last league fixture. Andy Carroll opened the scoring for the London club in the fifth minute. However, Peter Odemwingie, Marko Arnautovic and Peter Odemwingie saw stoke seal a win over the Hammers.

United come into this game after their 3-0 win over Olympiakos in the Champions League Round of 16 tie at Old Trafford. The victory over the Greek outfit has seen David Moyes's side progress to the last eight of the European competition.

David Moyes

Robin van Persie was the star player for United as his hat-trick helped the Red Devils' hopes of winning the Champions League alive. However, the Dutchman picked up an injury in the final few minutes and was stretchered off the field.

With the former Arsenal skipper set to miss out the next four to six weeks due to injury, Moyes has a tough task to pick his starting XI against Sam Allardyce's side. Shinji Kagawa could be handed a start on Saturday against West Ham, with Juan Mata playing behind Wayne Rooney.

United are seventh in the league table with 48 points from 29 games. West Ham are in the 12th position with 31 points.

What Managers Say

Sam Allardyce: "He [Moyes] has to establish his own ideas. Transition is something where you have to get your own ideas over. Then you have to find out who wants to roll with you or not. If they don't want to roll with you - irrespective of what they have done before - as many chief executives have said to me, 'Don't waste your time on them - get rid of them son!' Transition has to be expected."

David Moyes: "The big thing was that I could look the supporters in the face after the game on Wednesday night. I thought that we had given them something to shout about and we had nothing to be ashamed of in our performances. In some of the other games, I've felt ashamed because the team haven't played well enough and I haven't got a team out that has got a good enough result."

Team Form

West Ham United

  • Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): L L W W W
  • Last Result: Stoke City 3-1 West Ham United

Manchester United

  • Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): W L W L W
  • Last Result: Manchester United 3-0 Olympiakos

Team News

Andy Carroll
Andy CarrollReuters

West Ham United

  • Injured: Marco Borriello (calf), Joey O'Brien (shoulder)
  • Doubtful: N/A
  • Suspended: N/A

Probable Lineup: Adrian; Demel, Reid, Tomkins, McCartney; Diamé, Noble, Nocerino, Downing; Nolan; Carroll


  • Injured: Robin van Persie (knee)
  • Doubtful: Jonny Evans (calf), Chris Smalling (hamstring), Antonio Valencia (head)
  • Suspended: Nemanja Vidic

Probable Lineup: De Gea; Rafael, Jones, Ferdinand, Evra; Carrick, Fellaini; Welbeck, Mata, Kagawa; Rooney

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