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West Ham boss Moyes hoping for full house against Cup opponents Man City

West Ham boss David Moyes is counting on a full house tonight for their Carabao Cup clash with Manchester City.

With a capacity, Club-record EFL Cup crowd in attendance on Wednesday evening, the manager believes the 55,000-plus home fans among them can roar the Hammers through to the quarter-finals.

“I will have been at West Ham United for two years in January and the change of atmosphere around the Club during that time has been incredible," Moyes observed, writing in his column for Wednesday's Official Programme.

“Achieving three victories in seven days, without conceding a goal, was very pleasing for everyone. The atmosphere inside the stadium against Spurs was great and I am sure, with tonight's match another sell-out, that will be matched again.

“The players have responded brilliantly to your support, the noise inside the stadium has been terrific and we want it to continue.

“We know how tough tonight's game will be but we will do our best to continue our recent form and go through to the next round."


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