Good News For West Ham After This Was Revealed To The Public.

Good News For West Ham After This Was Revealed To The Public.

Jarrod Bowen and Michail Antonio scored in one or the other half for the Mallets, who will currently confront Manchester Joined in a cup contest for the fifth time in seven years.

Moyes, fired by Joined in 2014 just a brief time subsequent to supplanting Sir Alex Ferguson, said: "I'm truly anticipating the game. I believe it's a great game for us at West Ham.

"I think perhaps right now that is the game we really want since I think we have players who need to play on the huge stage and players who can play on the large stage.

Paul Warne's side are soaring in fourth spot in the third level and there were high any expectations of a resentful among the home devoted before start off in a Pride Park horde of 25,308.

Derby forward Tom Barkhuizen burned through no time in penetrating West Ham's guard, rushing clear in the initial moment before his cut-back was mixed clear.

Bowen took shots gently at Derby goalkeeper Joe Wildsmith before long, yet was not all that inefficient in the tenth moment.

Antonio's ball beyond absurd got Derby level footed and Bowen volleyed home Tomas Soucek's flawless headed pass from six yards.

Derby's best move of the half saw James Collins volley simply askew after Barkhuizen had run on to Craig Forsyth's dinked pass to select the Derby striker with a fine cross.