• West Ham United face Championship leaders Burnley in the Capital One Cup as they look to secure progress to the quarter-finals.

• The Hammers have beaten Cheltenham Town (2-1) and Cardiff City (3-2), both at the Boleyn Ground, to get to this stage.

• Sam Allardyce's team have been tough to beat away from home so far this season, losing only once - a 1-0 defeat to Hull City back on 28 September.

• That goal at the KC Stadium remains the only one conceded in five away Barclays Premier League matches.

• Ravel Morrison has scored in both rounds of the competition so far and will be hoping to keep that run going against the promotion hopefuls.

• Sean Dyche's team sit proudly top of English football's second tier having won ten of 13 matches and losing only one.

• Saturday's win over QPR was the Burnley's seventh straight league victory.

• The Clarets have beaten York City, Preston North End and Nottingham Forest to reach this stage.

• In those three cup ties they have conceded just once whilst finding the net eight times.

• Danny Ings has been in fine form for Burnley so far this season and has already accumulated 13 goals, four of which have come in the Capital One Cup.

Team news


• Ex-Hammer Junior Stanislas who, despite not featuring regularly in the league, is in line to start against his old club having been a strong performer in their cup run.

West Ham United

• Ricardo Vaz Te will miss the game after dislocating his shoulder against Swansea City.

• Andy Carroll is still a long-term injury victim while fellow striker Carlton Cole will hope to feature after coming on as a substitute on Sunday.

• Matt Taylor, Leo Chambers and Adrian will all hope to start after playing in the previous two rounds.

• Jack Collison could also feature after his loan spell with Bournemouth came to an end at the weekend.


• West Ham United and Burnley have played each other 79 times with both sides winning 31 and 17 ending as draws.

• The teams first met on 17 November 1923 with Burnley running out 5-1 winners.

• The Hammers biggest win at Turf Moor came on 28 September 1974 with a 5-3 success in Division One.

Last time out

Burnley 2-0 QPR
Sky Bet Championship
26 October 2013

Burnley: Heaton, Trippier, Mee, Jones, Duff, Shackell, Treacy (Stock 90), Marney (Edgar 83), Vokes, Ings, Kightly
Subs not used: Lafferty, Stanislas, Cisak, Long, Noble
Goals: Ings 65, pen 88

Swansea City 0-0 West Ham United
Barclays Premier League
27 October 2013

West Ham United: Jaaskelainen, Demel, Reid, Tomkins, Rat, Diame (C.Cole 64), Nolan, Noble, Morrison (J.Cole 78), Vaz Te (Jarvis 34), Downing
Subs not used: Adrian, Maiga, Taylor, O'Brien

Previous meeting

Burnley 2-2 West Ham United
24 March 2012

Burnley: Grant, Trippier, Duff, Edgar, Mee, Marney, McCann, Bartley (Austin), Wallace, Paterson (Stanislas), Ings (McQuoid)
Subs not used: Jensen, Hewitt
Goals: Bartley 25, Paterson 36

West Ham United: Green, McCartney, Collins, O'Brien, Tomkins, O'Neil, Taylor (Maynard), Nolan, Noble, Collison (Carew), Cole (Baldock)
Subs not used: Lansbury, Potts
Goals: Nolan 68, Tomkins 70


Last six meetings (Championship unless stated)

24 March 2012 - Burnley 2-2 West Ham United
3 December 2011 - West Ham United 1-2 Burnley
21 February 2011 - West Ham United 5-1 Burnley (FA Cup fifth round)
6 February 2010 - Burnley 2-1 West Ham United (Premier League)
28 November 2009 - West Ham United 5-3 Burnley (Premier League)
5 April 2005 - Burnley 0-1 West Ham United

Overall record v Burnley (all competitions) W 31 D 17 L 31

Ten-year records

West Ham United

2012/13 Premier League 10th (46 points)
2011/12 Championship 3rd (86 points - promoted via Play-Offs)
2010/11 Premier League 20th (33 points)
2009/10 Premier League 17th (35 points)
2008/09 Premier League 9th (51 points)
2007/08 Premier League 10th (49 points)
2006/07 Premier League 15th (41 points)
2005/06 Premier League 9th (55 points)
2004/05 Championship 6th (73 points - promoted via Play-Offs)
2003/04 Championship 4th (74 points)
2002/03 Premier League 18th (42 points - relegated to Championship)


2012/13 Championship 11th (61 points)
2011/12 Championship 13th (62 points)
2010/11 Championship 8th (68 points)
2009/10 Premier League 18th (30 points - relegated to Championship)
2008/09 Championship 5th (76 points - promoted to Premier League via Play-Offs)
2007/08 Championship 13th (62 points)
2006/07 Championship 15th (57 points)
2005/06 Championship 17th (54 points)
2004/05 Championship 13th (60 points)
2003/04 Division One 19th (53 points)
2002/03 Division One 16th (55 points)

Old Boys

• The following players have worn the colours of both West Ham United and Burnley during their careers: Reg Attwell, Frank Birchenough, Alan Brown, Herman Conway, Joe Gallagher, Zavon Hines, William Jenkinson, F.Kippax, Tyrone Mears, Walter Pollard, Junior Stanislas and Jack Tresadern.


• Tuesday night's referee is Robert Madley.

• Madley will be assisted by Gary Beswick and Ian Hussin, his fourth official is David Coote.

• In eight matches so far this season Madley has already dished out 36 cards, three of which have been red.

• In his early career, Madley refereed in the Wakefield and District League and then the West Yorkshire Association Football League. In 2010 he joined the National List of referees.

• In 2012 Madley was added to the FIFA fifth officials' list.

• In June 2013 Madley was promoted to the panel of Select Group of Referees who officiate all fixtures in the Premier League.

General information

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