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West Ham vs Leeds LIVE: Latest FA Cup updates

Manuel Lanzini celebrates West Ham’s opener

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Follow live updates as West Ham host Leeds in the third round of the FA Cup this afternoon. The Hammers have enjoyed a strong season in the cup competitions so far this campaign, defeating both Manchester United and Manchester City as they reached the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup, while also progressing to the knockout stages of the Europa League under David Moyes. Back-to-back Premier League wins over Watford and Brighton have also moved West Ham back inside the Premier League’s top five ahead of Wednesday’s meeting with Norwich.

It’s been five years since Leeds last progressed past the third round of the FA Cup, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side losing at this stage in each of the last four seasons. Leeds secured a vital win over Burnley in their last Premier League fixture to ease their relegation concerns and a cup run this season would be fitting on what is the 50th anniversary of their FA Cup winning campaign of 1971-72, which remains the only occasion in which the club have won the competition. Follow live updates from the all-Premier League clash between West Ham and Leeds below.


West Ham 1 – 0 Leeds

48 mins: Close! Michail Antonio is given the ball on the left wing and takes on Diego Llorente. The defender forces Antonio to shift the ball to the byline but leaves him too much room to pull it back into the box. Bowen is waiting but the ball narrowly evades him and Leeds run it clear.

Michael Jones9 January 2022 15:12


Second half: West Ham 1 – 0 Leeds

Kick off: Raphinha and Stuart Dallas are on for Leeds replacing Sam Greenwood and Lewis Bate at half-time. West Ham get the match back underway.

Michael Jones9 January 2022 15:08


West Ham 1 – 0 Leeds

Manuel Lanzini’s controversial goal in the only difference between the two teams at half-time after VAR judged there to be no offside offences in the build-up. Can Leeds find a way back into the game in the second half?

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Michael Jones9 January 2022 15:01


FA Cup fourth round draw

The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup takes place tonight after a day of upsets and drama in the competition. The draw is expected to take place at around 4.50pm after West Ham’s clash with Leeds and before Arsenal’s trip to Nottingham Forest.

It will be broadcast live on ITV. Here’s everything you need to know including which teams are left in the competition and when the fourth round fixtures will take place (5th/6th February):

Michael Jones9 January 2022 14:57


FA Cup latest scores

West Ham v Leeds was the last of the two o’clock kick offs to head into half-time and there are some interesting scores out there. Here’s the latest from the seven matches taking place right now:

Wolves 1-0 Sheffield United

Michael Jones9 January 2022 14:54


Half-time: West Ham 1 – 0 Leeds

45+6 mins: West Ham take a one goal lead into half-time. They’ve marginally been the better side in that half having created the best chances on goal but Leeds aren’t out of this yet.

Michael Jones9 January 2022 14:52


West Ham 1 – 0 Leeds

45+4 mins: Save! Fredericks drives the ball up the pitch and gives it to Bowen before making a run inside and getting into the box. Bowen takes the ball into the right side of the penalty area and slots it across to the defender whot takes a first time shot and forces Meslier into a low save to his right!

Michael Jones9 January 2022 14:50


West Ham 1 – 0 Leeds

45+2 mins: There are three added minutes to play at the London Stadium. Meslier and Firpo have both had some treatment so there’ll be a little more time added on before the break.

Michael Jones9 January 2022 14:49


GOAL! Liverpool 2-1 Shrewsbury ⚽️

Fabinho slots home the penalty kick for Liverpool who have come from behind to lead against Shrewsbury.

In the last minute or so Stoke have also scored against Leyton Orient. That game is 1-0.

Michael Jones9 January 2022 14:48


GOAL! Cardiff 1-0 Preston⚽️

In an all Championship clash Isaak Davies gives Cardiff the lead over Preston!

Sheffield United have also had a goal disallowed against Wolves and Liverpool have been awarded a penalty in their match versus Shrewsbury.

Michael Jones9 January 2022 14:46

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