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What time and venue is Manchester United vs West Ham?

Just three days after their dramatic Premier League encounter, Manchester United and West Ham meet again on Wednesday night in the third round of the Carabao Cup.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side will welcome the Hammers to Old Trafford on Wednesday 22 September for a 19:45 BST kick-off.

MU have met West Ham on three occasions in this competition, winning twice and being eliminated once, with the most recent meeting coming at the quarter-final stage of our 2016/17 campaign, in which MU triumphed 4-1 on the way to lifting the trophy for the fifth time.

The midweek contest in M16 will also be the second time MU will face David Moyes’ side in the space of four days next month, as we are scheduled to go head-to-head with the team from the capital at the London Stadium in the Premier League, on the weekend prior.

The Carabao Cup fourth-round draw will take place with a strange twist once again on Wednesday night after Manchester United take on West Ham earlier that night.

Where to watch Man United vs West Ham: TV Channels, Online, Website

The match will be televised on Sky Sports Football and Main Event. You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Football and Main Event from 7:30pm.

Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the website or Sky Go.

How to live stream Man Utd vs West Ham

Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices including most smartphones and tablets as part of their subscription.

You can also watch the match via NOW without signing up to a contract.

NOW can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles. NOW is also available via BT Sport.

Sky Sports customers can live stream this via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.

If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £9.99.

Updates will be live on talkSPORT throughout the afternoon.

Watch Live Man Utd vs West Ham online - Links to Watch

Man United vs West Ham: Team News

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Given they both started Sunday’s game on the bench, both Jesse Lingard and Mark Noble could well start for their respective sides, while Cristiano Ronaldo will surely be rested, having started every game since his return to Old Trafford.

David Moyes is already facing a balancing act as his side play in the Europa League this season and having fielded a strong lineup as they began their campaign with victory at Dinamo Zagreb last week, this may well be seen as an expendable competition, allowing the Scot more licence to rotate.

West Ham United are tasked with keeping Cristiano Ronaldo at bay as Manchester United come calling for a Premier League encounter on Sunday afternoon.

The Portugal superstar announced his return to England with a brace against Newcastle United weekend and followed it up with another goal against Young Boys in midweek.

But the mood in the Red Devils camp is not as rosy as it was, as they fell to a 2-1 defeat by the Swiss minnows in their opening Champions League game after Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off.

West Ham have also been in action on the continent and David Moyes must carefully manage his squad after their trip to Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League on Thursday.

Man United vs West Ham: Prediction

West Ham’s squad depth is likely to be tested throughout this season and in comparison to the Premier League and their European exploits, the Carabao Cup is likely to be of little priority.

Man United 3-0 West Ham

Head to head-to-head history and results

Man United wins: 70

Draws: 32

West Ham wins: 45

Betting odds and tips

Man United to win: 1/2

Draw: 10/3

West Ham to win: 6/1

West Ham vs Man United: Match Facts

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West Ham have won two of their last six Premier League games against Man Utd (D1 L3), though they are winless in three against the Red Devils. The Hammers had won just one of their previous 19 against them in the competition (D5 L13).

Manchester United have won their last two Premier League meetings with West Ham, last winning three in a row against the Hammers in September 2014.

West Ham are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League games (W4 D3), their longest run in the competition since a streak of 10 games between February and April 2016.

Manchester United are unbeaten in 28 Premier League away games, the longest ever run without defeat on the road in English league history. The Red Devils have conceded just 19 goals in this run, keeping 13 clean sheets in the process.

After losing consecutive games against Tottenham and Arsenal last season, Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 16 Premier League games on Sundays (W11 D5). In Premier League history, the Red Devils have the highest win rate in Sunday games (min. 10 games) – 55% (163/297).

Since leaving Manchester United in 2014, West Ham boss David Moyes has failed to win any of his seven games against the Red Devils in all competitions (D2 L5).

Since his debut for West Ham in September 2015, the Hammers have won 41% of their Premier League games in which Michail Antonio has started (56/137), compared to just 28% when he doesn’t start (25/90).

Man Utd’s Cristiano Ronaldo was involved in six goals in his last four Premier League appearances against West Ham in his first spell in the competition (5 goals, 1 assist). However, only against Chelsea (4) has the Portuguese ended on the losing side in the Premier League more than he has against the Hammers (3).

Manchester United’s Paul Pogba has seven assists in the Premier League this season, more than in his previous two campaigns combined (6) and a record four games into a campaign in the competition. Indeed, only two players have had as many as seven assists in their team’s first five games – Thierry Henry in 2004-05 and Harry Kane last season.

Man Utd’s Jesse Lingard scored nine goals in 16 Premier League appearances on loan at West Ham last season. The Hammers have had the most different players score both for and against them in the competition (46 – excl. OGs), with Lingard potentially adding to this list.

Man Utd v West Ham odds

In working partnership with the Radio Times, bet365 has provided the following betting odds for this event:

bet365 odds: Man Utd (9/20) Draw (16/5) West Ham (13/2)*.

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If you're travelling to watch the fixture our key advice is:

Expect the roads around the ground to be busy from 5pm as people drive home from work and fans travel to the stadium. If you have to drive to the game, allow additional time for your journey and remember roadworks are taking place on Trafford Road.

A six-minute service will be operating to Old Trafford on the Altrincham line but you should also consider travelling to/from Wharfside, Exchange Quay and Trafford Bar as services may be quieter (and quicker).

If you're travelling by Metrolink as a family, you can save money with our family travelcard which allows travel for one to three children (aged under 16) accompanied by one or two adults.


There are a number of stops within easy walking distance of the ground:

Old Trafford


Trafford Bar

Exchange Quay

Supporters can park for free at Parkway Park and Ride and board the tram to Wharfside - which is only a five-minute walk to the stadium. There are also several other free Park and Rides available - Click here for more options


Supporters should use contactless for payments, it's the safe and easy way to pay. Just remember to touch in and out!

When is the Carabao Cup fourth round draw?

The Carabao Cup fourth round draw takes place following the conclusion of Man Utd v West Ham on Wednesday 22nd September.

If the game ends without the need for extra time and penalties, that means the draw should go ahead by 10pm, but it could be a long night if the teams can’t be separated in normal time.

The fourth round matches will take place on the week commencing 25th October 2021.

Carabao Cup dates 2021/22

  • Carabao Cup round one – w/c 9th August 2021
  • Carabao Cup round two – w/c 23rd August 2021
  • Carabao Cup round three – w/c 20th September 2021
  • Carabao Cup round four – w/c 25th October 2021
  • Carabao Cup quarter-finals – w/c 20th December 2021
  • Carabao Cup semi-final first legs – w/c 3rd January 2022
  • Carabao Cup semi-final second legs – w/c 10th January 2022
  • Carabao Cup final – Sunday 27th February 2022
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