Tickets for West Ham United's Capital One Cup game with Wigan Athletic on Tuesday will be available on the day for £8 for Kids and £15 for Adults.

The fantastic prices form part of the Board's commitment to affordable family football can be purchased from the Alpari Ticket Office from 9am or from cash turnstiles from 6.15pm. The follow turnstiles will be in operation:

Stand             Home/Awaay      Turnstile   Prices (Adult/Kid) 
STB Lower     H                         0                 15/8
Alpari Lower  H                          9                15/8
Alpari Lower  H                          10              15/8
Alpari Upper  H                          16              15/8
Alpari Upper  H                          17              15/8
Alpari Upper  H                          18              15/8
Alpari Lower  H                          29              15/8
Alpari Upper  H                          39              15/8
Bobby Upper H                          46              15/8
Bobby Upper H                          49              15/8
East Upper    H                          60              15/8
STB Lower    A                          73               15/8

Please note that anyone collecting a ticket is advised to arrive no later than 6pm to avoid congestion, with a large walk-up crowd expected.

West Ham won through to the third round thanks to a 2-0 win against Crewe Alexandra at the end of August, where goals Modibo Maiga and Nicky Maynard secured their safe passage through. The 7.45pm kick-off will see the Hammers continue their quest to reach their third League Cup final, having previously done so in 1966 and 1981, when they were defeated by West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool respectively.

Manager Sam Allardyce is expecting an entertaining game. "There are players that are frustrated on our substitutes' bench. Obviously, Modibo Maiga will come into the fray," Allardyce said. "He's come on as sub again and is still feeling his way in. Wigan's going to be a great game and there's not too much pressure on both teams, because it's the Capital One Cup."