West Ham United travel to Turf Moor in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night to take on Burnley for a place in the competition's quarter-finals.
The Hammers have beaten Cheltenham Town and Cardiff City to get this far and will be hoping to continue their cup run with a victory over Sean Dyche's side.
Here whufc.com takes a look at six memorable wins over the Clarets.
West Ham United 5-1 Burnley
FA Cup Fifth Round
21 February 2011
The Hammers marched into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup after thrashing Championship side Burnley at the Boleyn Ground.
Thomas Hitzlsperger scored on his debut with Carlton Cole bagging a brace and goals for Freddie Sears and Winston Reid completing the scoring.
Jay Rodriguez struck a consolation for the visitors as they exited the cup at the hands of a Hammers team who would eventually join them in the Championship for the following season.
West Ham United 5-3 Burnley
28 November 2009
Gianfranco Zola's side ran in five against Burnley to ease their relegation fears in the winter of 2009.
Now a Burnley player, Junior Stanislas doubled the lead for the Hammers after Jack Collison had opened the scoring with 18 minutes played.
Carlton Cole added the third from the penalty spot with Guillermo Franco heading a fourth before Luis Jimenez scored his team's second spot-kick of the match to round off a five star show at the Boleyn Ground.
Burnley 0-1 West Ham United
5 April 2005
Teddy Sheringham was the Hammers' hero at Turf Moor, striking with just eight minutes left to give his team a vital win in their play-off push.
The striker's 20th goal of the season came after Marlon Harewood had rounded Danny Coyne and then squared the ball for Sheringham to tap home.
Promotion to the Premier League was ensured via the play-offs for West Ham after a 1-0 win over Preston North End at the Millennium Stadium.
Burnley 0-2 West Ham United
League Cup Second Round First Leg
26 August 1980
This two-legged affair is the only time the Hammers have ever been drawn against Burnley in the League Cup and provides favourable memories.
A win in the first-leg was secured with goals from David Cross and Paul Goddard as the Third Division Clarets faced an uphill struggle in the second leg.
A week later the second-leg was played out and again resulted in a Hammers win, this time by the score line of 4-0.
Burnley 3-5 West Ham United
28 September 1974
West Ham continued their amazing goalscoring form by putting five past the Clarets at Turf Moor in this league fixture.
The Hammers had scored 15 times in their three matches before this one and goals from Trevor Brooking, Billy Jennings, Billy Bonds and a brace from Keith Robson kept up their superb run.
A 13th place finish beckoned for West Ham at the end of the season while Burnley ended the campaign in tenth.
Burnley 1-3 West Ham United
FA Cup Round Three
27 January 1968
West Ham emerged victorious after these two First Division sides played out an entertaining cup tie.
Martin Peters netted twice and Brian Dear also chipped in to send the Hammers marching into the fourth round.
Their cup run was ended with a surprise 2-1 defeat at home to Sheffield United in the fifth round whilst they finished 12th in the league.