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West Ham will be playing for pride when they take on Manchester City at Upton Park in the second leg of the semi-final of the Capital One Cup.
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The Hammers were hammered 6-0 by a free scoring Manchester City in the first leg a hat-trick from Alvaro Negredo, two Edin Dzeko goals and one from Yaya Toure making Tuesday’s encounter nothing more than a formality.
City took their tally to the season to 103 in the 4-2 win over Cardiff on Saturday and are currently unbeaten in 17 games, winning 15 of them.
West Ham meanwhile are entrenched in a relegation battle and currently sit third from bottom of the table. The cup have proved something of a reprieve for Sam Allardyce especially as his side have won just twice in 11 games, one of those successes coming in the quarter-final win over Spurs.
In addition to their poor recent form, West Ham, who have never won the league cup, have not defeated City in any competition since a 1-0 win at Upton Park in 2009, which represents their only triumph in the last 16 meetings between the two sides.
Allardyce will welcome back James Tomkins and Kevin Nolan following suspensions while George McCartney, Guy Demel and Winston Reid are all out.
Andy Carroll could start however after he made his return from injury with two substitute appearances in recent weeks.
City meanwhile are likely to make wholesale changes with their place in the final almost assured. Sergio Aguero could start after making his return from injury while Joleon Lescott, Costel Pantilmon, James Milner, Matija Nastastic and Gael Clichy will hope for starts.
French midfielder Samir Nasri is definitely out however after he injured his knee in the recent 2-0 win over Newcastle.
City, winners in 1970 and 1976, are poised to reach the final for the fourth time while should West Ham overcome the massive challenge that awaits them, a feat that would involve breaking their record win, currently 6-1, over City, they would reach the final for the 3rd time.