There has to be a result! West Ham United take on Manchester United at Upton Park on Apr. 13 at 2 p.m. EST in their FA Cup quarter-final match, with both teams knowing that this game can’t end in a tie and we have to have a winner. But who will it be? Watch the live stream and find out!
West Ham United and Manchester United do battle for a place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Upton Park on Apr. 13. Both sides know that after the first game ended in a draw, there has to be a winner tonight in what should be a pulsating replay. Both teams really want this, so it’ll be a fight to the finish. But who’s got this? Click down to watch the stream and see!
Manchester United has enjoyed a topsy-turvy season, and the FA Cup represents their last chance of winning any major silverware. But they won’t have it easy against a team that’s vying for a Champions League place in the Premier League standings. West Ham has enjoyed an incredible year considering they were tipped to be relegation candidates before the season even begun.
Much of that success has been down to Dimitri Payet, who has been one of the outstanding foreign imports in English soccer this year. And what’s so great about West Ham is, while they’re not so much of a team that’s full of star players, they do have players that will grind and do best for the team like Mark Noble.
Manchester United will be buoyed by the return of their influential striker Wayne Rooney, who comes back after a 6-week absence following knee surgery. He will start on the bench, but you can be assured if things aren’t going well he will be thrust into the action quick-snap.
Just so you know, the first match between these two stalwarts of the English game ended 1-1 after Anthony Martial rescued Man U with a late goal. But the stand out goal was an incredible free-kick from Dimitri. Can he replicate this sort of magic again at the Boleyn?
While West Ham might be slight favorites, Man U can’t be ruled out. They are more than capable of sneaking the win to get them to the next round.
HollywoodLifers, do you think West Ham will go through to the semi, or will Manchester United enhance their rich history with yet another semi-final berth? Tell us what you think below!