Highlights - Dev Squad 2-1 West Brom U21

FT: Dev Squad 2-1 West Bromwich Albion U21

There's the full time whistle. The Dev Squad have done it! A fifth consecutive win. Reaction to follow. 

Martin Samuelsen scores!! Cullen puts in another great delivery, Oxford throws himself at it but Samuelsen is there to tuck it away. GET IN THERE! 2-1!!

90: Three minutes of time added on at the end, the Hammers are pushing! Dobson goes on a mazy run and wins his side a corner. Brilliant courage and determination. 

90: Jordan Brown is pulled back for a tug on the defender's shirt, they launch it long and Cullen does well to prevent them breaking. 

88: Knoyle fizzes in a cross yet the Baggies clear desperately. Tired legs out there now but both sides certainly want to win it! Time for a hero...

85: Final exchanges now, Dobson is pulled back for a foul but he escapes a booking. 

82: What a sickener that would have been! Berahino uses his pace to get away from the defence but he fires wide again, a let off. 

79: Seconds later Marcus Browne wins the ball back on half-way and bursts forward, he lets rip yet Rose, yet again, makes a great save. 

78: Great move! Dobson sprays a lovely ball wide, Knoyle's touch is perfect and his cross isn't bad either. Rose comes out just as Brown was about to nod it home. 

75: Reece Oxford is penalised for what looked like an inch-perfect tackle however referee Ian Fissenden doesn't agree. Neither does Berahino who makes his feelings very clear, the referee then steps in to calm the situation down. From the resultant free-kick, Berahino blasts high and wide from six yards out. 

70: Another change for West Brom as Zack Elbouzadi replaces Sam Field. Samuelsen is up to his usual tricks and has Gamboa dizzy once more. He has no idea what is man and what is ball and gives away a free-kick in a dangerous position. From the cross, Oxford gets a strong head to it but it is cleared away at the last minute.  

65: The Hammers have responded well to the equaliser. Lewis Page hasn't stopped running evening and it's his burst forward which almost creates an opening. Jordan Brown does well to get a glancing header on it but Rose is equal to it. 

61: GOAL! West Brom equalise through Saido Berahino who picks up a loose pass and fires powerfully past Howes, a clinical finish from the striker. 

60: Moments later, Terry Westley decides to make his first change by swapping the goalscorer Gordon in a like-for-like swap with Jordan Brown. 

59: West Brom sensing the need to change as Tahvon Campbell is replaced by the highly rated Jonathan Leko, one to watch, I'm told. 

55: Superb covering by George Dobson after the defence was caught, West Brom are absolutely away yet he never gave up and saved his side in the knick of time. Excellent work from the young man. 

52: GOOOOAL!! Pick that one out! Jaanai Gordon fires home from the edge of the box after Samuelsen won back posession in a dangerous position before Gordon scored his third in two games! 1-0. COYI!

50: Great tackle by Browne, tracking back, to disposess Samir Nabi just as he was about to shoot. 

47: Straight from kick off the Hammers try exactly what they did at Exeter, namely attack from the off. This time Cullen faces a sea of West Brom shirts and they don't quite manage to score after seven seconds like last week. 

46: We're back under way here at Rush Green, no subs for the Hammers as yet. Surely the goals are coming if they keep this up?!

45+1: Jaanai Gordon goes into the book for a tough challenge, nothing wrong with the commitment but the timing wasn't quite there. Half-time. 

45: Final chance of the half perhaps, Parfitt-Williams bares down on goal, lays of Knoyle on the overlap whose cross is deflected out for a corner. From the delievery, Gordon does ever so well to get a firm head to it but it falls inches wide. 

43: More great work from Marcus Browne and Parfitt-Williams allows Samuelsen a yard of space. He takes it gladly and forces Rose into a great save. Good football all round. 

Good chance for the Baggies, excellent save from Howes. Serge Gnabry lays it off to Cristian Gamboa and makes a darting run to get on the end of the return cross. He connect well yet Howes is equal to it. 

35: Further great work, Marcus Browne is right in the middle of everything good. His one touch, two touch play is superb, he's really added a new dimension to the side since stepping up from the U18s. 

32: Cullen's free-kick is deflected and pushed out for a corner by Rose, that wasn't far away. 

31: Another excellent passing move in progress at the moment, again nearly the whole team involved. It starts with Howes, then goes left wing, spread deliciously by Dobson to the right to Parfitt-Williams who wins a foul...

28: Kyle Knoyle brings the ball forward and whips in a dangerous looking cross yet it just has too much on it and evades Gordon and Samuelsen in the middle. 

26: Beautiful flick from Marcus Browne on the edge of the box, the invention and vision was top-class, trying to play Parfitt-Williams in. Sam Field recovers to clear the danger. 

24: Samuelsen's dancing feet have the Baggies dazzled as he beats three men before feeding Cullen on the edge of the box. Unfortunately the ball whistles just over. 

22: Tahvon Campbell heads well wide following a Berahino breakaway, that was dangerous. 

20: West Ham United have been dealt a home tie with Wolves in the Third Round of the FA Cup. 

17: What a tackle that is, take a bow Josh Cullen! The ball is worked out wide and driven into Saido Berahino, he's about to pounce yet Cullen comes out of nowhere and slides in to clear the danger. He never, ever gives up!

14: Josh Cullen's inswinging corner is narrowly headed wide by Parfitt-Williams at the near post. That was very, very close. The momentum has changed massively already. 

11: A superb flowing move almost results in a great goal. It starts with Chambers at the back and involves almost every Hammer out there. It's eventually worked to Lewis Page who beats his man and fires goalwats yet Jack Rose does well to save it. Moments later Marcus Browne tries his luck from distance which is deflected our for a corner. The cross is eventually cleared. 

8: Djair Parfitt-Williams' looping header is calmly collected by Baggies' goalkeeper Jack Rose following a corner. Better from the hosts. 

6: First shot of the evening goes the way of the Hammers and it's the birthday boy Jaanai Gordon who shoots from the edge of the box but his effort is smoothered. 

5: Martin Samuelsen buys a foul which helps to relieve some pressure on his side. 

3: West Brom looking to dictate play early on, they've enjoyed the majority of possession so far. 

1: So, here we go! Oxford leads out the hosts, in their traditional Claret and Blue, while Shaun Donnellan leads the Baggies out in their blue and white stripes. All the pre-match formalities are complete, and we're all set. The hosts are kicking left to right in the first half, Baggies to get us under way. COYI!

6.50pm: Ten minute warning! We have two very exciting things happening at 7pm. 1) The Draw for the FA Cup Third Round starts. 2) Kick off at Rush Green! Hold tight everyone, we're here to guide you through it all. 

6.45pm: Having scored after just seven seconds against the Grecians last week, Jaanai Gordon celebrates his 20th birthday by retaining his position in the Starting XI. He's likely to play as the targetman with Djair Parfitt-Williams and Martin Samuelsen offering support outwide. 

6.35pm: For the eagled eyed among you, you will have noticed that Martin Samuelsen is back in the Claret and Blue tonight. He is still very much on loan at Peterborough United, however he has been granted permission to play tonight. The same goes for Tim Brown on Youth Loan at Chelmsford City, who is on the bench tonight. 

6.20pm: While our visitors are clearly in superb form, the Hammers have hit a golden streak themselves. Their win away at Exeter City in the U21 Premier League Cup was their fourth consecutive win and five out of the last six games. We could be set for an absolute classic tonight!

6.10pm: Somewhat ominously, the Baggies are the only side yet to lose a league match this season, winning five and drawing four of their opening nine games. As befits their first team, they also like to keep it tight; scoring ten goals whilst only conceding four all season. 

West Ham United: Howes, Knoyle, Page, Dobson, Chambers, Oxford (c), Parfitt-Williams, Cullen, Gordon (J. Brown 60), Browne, Samuelsen

Subs: T.Brown (GK), Pike, Makasi, Onariase 

West Bromwich Albion: Rose, Gamboa, Ezewele, Field (Elbouzadi), Fitzwater, Donnellan (c), Gnabry, Nabi, Berahino, Cleet, Campbell (Leko 59)

Subs: McCourt, Palmer, Roberts

Referee: Ian Fissenden

6pm: The teams are in! Some interesting names the teamsheet tonight...

Hello and good evening from Rush Green Stadium, fresh from the deserved point away at Old Trafford on Saturday, the U21s are straight back into the action with a Barclays U21 Premier League Division Two match against West Bromwich Albion U21s.