Man United face the Hammers in an FA Cup mission

Man United face the Hammers in an FA Cup mission

Man United face the Hammers in an FA Cup mission Manchester United is going to enter the field again without breaking the streak of winning the League Cup. This time, the Red Devils will face West Ham United at Old Trafford in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Coach Eric ten Haag is confident of winning the title. Watching this match with importance. The play will begin at 2:30 am on Wednesday (March 1) at the Theater of Dreams.

The wait of half a century is over. Old Trafford’s trophy cabinet is rich. The Red Devils now know how important a title can be after a long wait. The win at Wembley has certainly increased their appetite for victory.

The season ended with one of a possible four trophies being won. Three more left. Meanwhile, Manchester United will enter the field in the FA Cup mission.

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The final means that the maximum has to be squeezed into the field. So that there is fear of getting hurt. Manchester United is no exception. Anthony Martial is already on the sidelines due to injury. There are also concerns about Luke Shaw and Fred. But the relief news is goal machine Rashford fit. The striker has the possibility of playing against West Ham.

Although the injury will cause some discomfort, the record against the Hammers will give United a relief. West Ham have come away with a win just once in their last 20 visits to Old Trafford. The Red Devils have not lost 15 matches at home in the FA Cup since 2015. However, all these records are not satisfying Eric Ten Haag. Watching the match against West Ham with importance.

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“Every match is very important,” said Red Devils boss Ten Haag. I have said this repeatedly in the dressing room. We lost some matches early in the season. But I did not panic. Success will come if you work properly. That’s what boys are doing.’

The season is not going well for West Ham. David Moyes’ side are very close to the relegation zone in the league. The team also has injury problems. It remains to be seen how well the Hammers can match the flying United.