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- West Ham XI: Adrian, Antonio, Reid, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Noble, Kouyate, Lanzini, Payet, Sakho, Carroll.
- Watford XI: Gomes, Paredes, Prödl, Cathcart, Holebas, Suarez, Behrami, Guedioura, Jurado, Abdi, Amrabat.
Well, that was an eventful game!
Three penalties, a red card, four goals. A West Ham victory!
It's all kicking off here. Nordin Amrabat receives his second yellow of the game for a sliding tackle.
Off he goes in injury time. It's not been Watford's night, really.Copyright: Getty Images
Late drama as Troy Deeney's penalty is saved by Adrian!Copyright: Getty Images
A THIRD penalty of the game...this time it goes to Watford!
Angelo Ogbonna fells Sebastian Prodl in the area. It seems a little harsh.
Free kick for West Ham about 25-yards out. Dimitri Payet is lining it up.
It bends right across the line of players and comes to nothing for the hosts.
But Victor Moses comes racing into the box, with the ball seemingly stuck to his feet, and just pokes wide.
West Ham aren't settling for three!
Andy Carroll gets a standing ovation as he's replaced by Emmanuel Emenike.
The England boy done good here tonight.
You sense there's still more goals to come in the last 10 minutes.
Manuel Lanzini has so much room as he strides forward into the penalty area. The West Ham midfielder dinks the ball and it looks like it bobbles before going over the bar.
A brilliant save from Heurelho Gomes!
The Watford keeper stands tall and strong and powers away Victor Moses' close-range effort.
That must have stung his hands a bit...Copyright: Reuters
Another little trip from Jose Holebas, this time on Victor Moses, sees West Ham earn a free-kick out wide.
Dimitri Payet aims for Andy Carroll's head but he can't get to it.
Payet tries to drive the ball across the box again but it's cleared.Copyright: PA
Iketchi Anya is causing some trouble for West Ham.
The Watford substitute finds himself unmarked on the left and he lets fly, but there's no one to meet his cross.
Andy Carroll continues to make a menace of himself up front. The West Ham striker rushes forward and tries to muscle past two Watford defenders but he fails to make the breakthrough.
Hammers goalkeeper Adrian is sent into action now, as Ikechi Anya attempts to latch onto a speculative ball in the box.
Big Troy Deeney is now on for the visitors.
West Ham also make a change - Diafra Sakho is off, and Victor Moses is on. Sakho looked really bright for the Hammers tonight.
West Ham are still on the prowl. They want another goal.
Mark Noble tries to feed an on-rushing Dimitri Payet, but Juan Paredes gets his body in the way.
A third yellow card for Watford now, as Nordin Amrabat brings down Michail Antonio.
Watford midfielder Mario Suarez is cautioned for a foul on Manuel Lanzini.
And it looks like Troy Deeney is warming up for the visitors.
The tempo has died down a bit now.
Both managers wait nervously on the edge of their technical areas. When I say the edge, they're actually loitering well over the line.
Two quick corners for West Ham shows they're still hungry for goals.
Winston Reid tries to volley past Heurelho Gomes but it goes wide. Another corner.
Andy Carroll, who's recovered from his knock, gets his head on it but it's saved.
Now Watford go on the break and Steven Berghuis has a go from distance. It goes wide.
End to end at the moment!
A beauty from the big Watford defender!
Sebastian Prodl hooks the ball home from inside the area after a Steve Berghuis free-kick.
Do we have a comeback on our hands?
Dun..dun...dunnnnnnnn. Cue Dramatic music (in my head, at least) as Andy Carroll goes down injured for West Ham.
A momentary scare, it seems, as the big man is up and about again.
Nordid Amrabat is twisting, turning, pirouetting and dancing - basically trying to do anything to get past the West Ham defence - but it's just not working for the lone Watford forward.