West Ham v Hull LIVE commentary: Jarrod Bowen faces former club in potential giant killing
Struggling West Ham take on League One Hull in the Carabao Cup Third Round tonight.
The Hammers have opened up the new season with back-to-back defeats to Newcastle and Arsenal.
There is growing unrest surrounding the football club again and they’ll be eager to avoid a major upset in the cup this evening.
Hull will go into the game in confident mood having won both their league games this season and knocking Leeds out of the cup in the last round.
talkSPORT will be in east London to see if Hull can become giant killers or if West Ham will ease some of the pressure on them.West Ham v Hull: How to listen
This cup tie will get under way at 7:30pm on Tuesday, September 22.
Full coverage from the London Stadium will be live on talkSPORT, with our coverage starting at 7pm.
Joe Shennan and David Connolly will be on commentary duty and to tune in, click the radio player below or HERE for the live stream.
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West Ham star and former Hull striker Jarrod Bowen can’t wait to face his old club in the cup tonight.
The Hammers bought Bowen from the Tiger for £18m in January.
He said: “I’m proper excited that we’ve drawn Hull City in the next round of the Carabao Cup and it will be good to see a lot of faces before and after the game, but for the 90 minutes it will be business as usual.
“We want to progress into the next round. We’re only a couple of wins off reaching the quarter-finals and we want to have a good cup run.
“For me personally, it will be great to play against them and to see everyone but, like I said, I’m a West Ham player now and I’ve got to do everything I can to help us get into the next round.
“Hull is a good club. The fans were great to me.
“They’ve had experience of the Premier League, got to the FA Cup final and played in Europe, so they’ve had a lot of success. They’ve got the fanbase and a good culture around there and I’m sure they’ll do well in the future.”Carabao Cup fourth-round draw
The draw for the Carabao Cup fourth round was completed on September 17. The ties will be played on the week commencing September 28 and the exact fixture dates and kick-off times will be confirmed soon.
- Lincoln City/Liverpool v Leicester City/Arsenal
- Millwall/Burnley v Manchester City/Bournemouth
- West Brom/Brentford v Fulham/Sheffield Wednesday
- Fleetwood Town/Everton v West Ham/Hull City
- Bristol City/Aston Villa v Stoke City/Gillingham
- Leyton Orient/Tottenham v Chelsea/Barnsley
- Newport County/Watford v Morecambe/Newcastle United
- Preston North End/Brighton v Luton Town/Manchester United