10. Manchester United welcome West Ham to Old Trafford for an FA Cup third round replay after the teams played out a 2-2 draw at Upton Park. It was their second draw in nine previous cup meetings and another is priced at 5.50.
9. Man United haven’t lost to West Ham at home in their past five meetings and are 1.30 to win in 90 minutes on Wednesday.
8. In fact, they haven’t conceded against West Ham in their four most recent home ties, the last Hammers goal coming in May 2008. United are 2.30 to win without conceding.
7. West Ham, however, managed two in the first leg at Upton Park, James Collins heading a brace for the London club. They are 1.68 to score and 9.00 to win.
6. Robin van Persie scored a last-minute equaliser to keep the Red Devils in the competition in the first leg. The Dutchman has 21 goals already this season and the Red Devils are 1.83 to score in both halves.
5. Only three of Manchester’s last 33 competitive ties have ended in a draw after 90 minutes. Wednesday's game is 5.50 to finish level and go to extra time.
4. West Ham had 15 shots on goal to Manchester’s 12 in the first leg, despite retaining just 41% of possession. Sam Allardyce’s side are 7.25 to score in both halves.
3. The Hammers’ last three victories at Old Trafford have all been 1-0 wins (May 2007, Dec 2001, Jan 2001). Another 1-0 away result is available at 22.00.
2. Sir Alex Ferguson's side head into the clash following a 2-1 win over Liverpool and now haven’t lost in eight matches. They are 1.14 to win Draw No Bet.
1. West Ham, meanwhile, have just one win in seven and lost 3-0 to Sunderland at the weekend despite having eight goal attempts. They are just 9.00 to again lose 3-0.