Preview: Manchester United v West Ham

Manchester United and West Ham United will square off for the second time in four days when they clash in the English Football League Cup on Wednesday.

The two sides played out a 1-1 draw in the Premier League on Sunday when Zlatan Ibrahimovic netted an equaliser following a second-minute opener from Diafra Sakho.

Red Devils midfielder Ander Herrera was disappointed not to beat West Ham at the weekend, and is eager to make up for it in the EFL Cup. 

He said, according the official Manchester United website: "We can turn our luck in the next game in the EFL Cup. It doesn't matter the competition, it doesn't matter the game, we just want to win. We want to fight for everything and we want to make our fans proud."

Jose Mourinho's charges are unbeaten in their last four games in all competitions, having beaten Swansea City and Feyenoord, and drawing with Arsenal.

Meanwhile, the Hammers have struggled for form, losing two of their last four games in all competitions, suffering defeat away at Everton and Tottenham Hotspur.

In team news, the Red Devils will be without midfielders Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini. Both players are suspended after picking up their fifth bookings of the season against West Ham.

Hammers manager Slaven Bilic could be without Diafra Sahko after he picked up a hamstring injury during Sunday's 1-1 draw, which could give striker Ashley Fletcher a chance to start.

Speaking in a post-match interview after the weekend's draw, West Ham's Angelo Ogbonna said: "It was a really good point for us and we have to look forward and get back here on Wednesday. I want to keep our best up and maybe we can get a draw or better."