Ole Solksjaer Manchester United welcomes David Moyes West Ham to Old Trafford today by 8:30pm for the FA Cup fifth round which sees the winner go into the quarter final.

With both sides earning draws in their last recent games, both sides will be raring to get this match over with.

West Ham manager, David Moyes
West Ham manager, David Moyes

Though Manchester United will come into this tie with confidence, the Red Devils have progressed from their last three FA Cup ties with the Hammers, with the most recent one coming in the 2015-16 quarter-final.

It is also worthy to remember that West Ham are winless in their last 15 away games against Manchester United in all competitions (D4 L11), since winning 1-0 in the Premier League in May 2007. Quite a run!

Another interesting fact is that West Ham haven’t won any of their last eight away FA Cup games against Premier League opponents (D3 L5), since beating Man City 2-1 in March 2006 en route to reaching the final.

Manchester United coaAlso, West Ham have kept two clean sheets in their last two FA Cup games leading to this one, and would be looking to keep three consecutive clean sheets in the FA Cup for the first time since the 1993-94 campaign.

Though it seems predictable, but this is the FA Cup where anything can happen. betting on goals will be preferred, with both defences not so excellent.

CcnWorldTech Betting Prediction: Over 2.5 goals 

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