20:59 - I have been Brandon Sayer taking you through this very important match for Van Gaal as his side delivers when it matters to get through to the semi-final. Until next time have a goodnight.
20:57- Goals from Rashford and Fellaini in the second half was enough for the away side to win the match. Tomkins got a goal back before the end of the game but it wasn't enough as his side lost the game in the last ever FA Cup game at the Boelyn Ground.
20:56 - Manchester United have come through a very tough test to make it to Wembley were they will face Everton in the semi-final of the FA Cup.
90+4' - The whistle goes for full time. West Ham 1-2 Manchester United.
90' - The referee adds on an additional four minutes at the end of the second half.
90' - Manchester United substitution: Rashford off. Wayne Rooney on.
89' - De Gea is at it once again as he stops both Kouyate and Carroll from scoring with great saves. Unbelievable from the spaniard.
88' - Carroll is whiskers away from getting an equaliser for the home side. Aaron Cresswell delivered a great ball into the box and the big striker put his header just over the bar.
79' - Goal for West Ham! Jame Tomkins gets one back for the hammers. Payet delivers another corner into the box which Carroll flicks back into a dangerous area and the defender heads home under pressure. Game on.
78' - What a save from De Gea! Payet delivers a corner into the box which Emenike hits first time and De Gea somehow keeps it out.
76' - Manchester United substitution: Herrera off. Morgan Schneiderlin on.
74' - West Ham substitution: Lanzini off. Emenike on.
74' - Herrera receives a yellow card for a trip on Mark Noble.
68' - Manchester United substitution: Rojo off. Antonio Valencia on.
67' - Goal for United! Fellaini scores the second for the Reds after a cross from Martial. Blind started the move with a beautiful cross to Fellaini who controlled the ball to pass to Lingard who crossed the ball to were Martial was and the strikers shot was knocked in by Fellaini.
62' - West Ham substitution: Valencia off. Victor Moses on.
54' - Goal for United! Rashford curls an absolute beauty into the top corner of the net to give United a precious lead. The goal came from a mistake from Antonio who gave the ball away to Martial and the French striker played a good pass into Rashford who done the rest with a great finish.
52' - Kouyate let's fly for the Hammers from miles outside the box but De Gea gets down smartly to make a good save.
49' - Lingard let's fly from the edge of the box for the Reds but it just so goes wide of the goal after a great slick passing move.
46' - The referee blows his whistle to begin the second half. No changes for either side.
19:53 - The whistle brings to an end a decent first half for the visitors with Lingard and Felliani going closest to opening the scoring. Van Gaal will be disappointed his side having took advantage of how poorly West Ham have played so far. The Hammers will not be as bad as that in the second half. Stay with us as we bring you the second half commentary in a few minutes.
45+2' - Half time whistle blows. West Ham 0-0 Manchester United.
45+2' - Andy Carroll receives a yellow card for a very late tackle on Ander Herrera.
45+1' - Marcos Rojo receives a yellow card for a late challenge outside his own box.
45' - There will be one added minute at the end of the first half.
40' - Carrick let's fly with a volley from outside of the box which just goes wide of the West Ham goal. Encouraging stuff from the away side so far in the game.
35' - Marcus Rashford comes to life and skins his defender and plays a lovely through pass to Jesse Lingard who hits a shot straight at Randolph. That was the best chance of the game so far as the United winger should have done better.
31' - Valencia once again gets into a good position for the Hammers in the box but hits a tame shot straight at De Gea.
26' - Michael Carrick receives a yellow card for a block on Payet.
18' - Maroaune Fellaini has a good shot from inside the box which Randolph does really well to save over his bar. The chance came after a good passing move from the Reds.
9' - Dimitri Payet has a go from a free-kick from the edge of the box which De Gea saves easily. The Frenchman tried to catch the Spanish keeper out there at his near post.
5' - The Hammers create the first chance of the game as a good passing move finds Valencia in space in the box but the striker hits a weak shot straight at David de Gea.
1' - The referee blows his whistle for the start of the game. Game on.
18:53 - We are just over five minutes away from the start of this intriguing replay at Upton Park. Tonight's game is massive for United manager Louis van Gaal as if his sides loses then the pressure will mount. Stay tuned as we bring you live text commentary next!
18:14 - West Ham substitutes: Adrian, Obiang, Collins, Moses, Emenike, Hendrie, Oxford
18:08 - West Ham starting XI: Randolph, Antonio, Tomkins, Ogbonna, Cress, Noble, Kouyate, Valencia, Lanzini, Payet, Carroll.
18:06 - Manchester United substitutes: Romero, Valencia, Young, Schneiderlin, Mata, Memphis, Rooney.
18:04 - Manchester United starting XI: De Gea, Fosu-Mensah, Smalling, Blind, Rojo, Carrick, Fellaini, Lingard, Herrera, Martial, Rashford.
17:50 - Good evening everyone, I am Brandon Sayer and I will be bringing you today's live commentary for the FA Cup quarter-final replay between West Ham and Manchester United at Upton Park. Team News will be out in ten minutes time. Stay tuned as we will have the team news next!
We'll have confirmed team news for you at 18:00 BST from the Boleyn Ground with kick-off at 19:00 BST.
Manchester United predicted XI (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Darmian, Blind, Smalling, Rojo; Schneiderlin, Herrera; Mata, Lingard, Depay; Martial
West Ham predicted XI (4-3-3): Randolph; Reid, Tomkins, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Kouyate, Noble, Antonio; Payet, Lanzini; Carroll
Louis van Gaal will be hoping most of his side has recovered from Sundays game against Spurs. The good news is that Wayne Rooney who has been out for over two months made his comeback for the under-21s on Monday completing sixty minutes. The bad news is that the Reds will still be without Bastian Schweinsteiger and Luke Shaw who are unlikely to play again this season. Fosu-Mensah is also a big doubt for the game with the Hammers as we was taken off against Spurs with an injury and it unknown how serious is it yet.
Slaven Bilic will be happy to have most of the squad available for the game with only Diafra Sakho definitely out the game against United with a knee injury. James Collins and Sam Byram could be back in contention for the game after returning to training last week after a few weeks out. Darren Randolph is set to keep his place in goal over Adrian for the game as he has started every FA Cup this season.
The Hammers come into the game after playing out a fantastic 3-3 draw at home to Arsenal on Saturday with Andy Carroll scoring a hattrick. The Reds, on the other hand, come into the game on the back of a big loss to Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 which has seen their top-four hopes suffer a huge setback. Both these teams are in a battle for a Champions league place this season but both teams know this is a huge opportunity to win some silverware.
West Ham are favourites to progress given how well they have performed all season but they have failed to beat the Reds in their previous 11 meetings. The last win for the Hammers over United came in the League Cup in 2010 when they defeated the Reds 4-0 at home.
This will be the final ever FA Cup match held at the Boleyn Ground so the crowd will be hoping to see their team knock United out. West Ham have not lost a game at home since August when Leicester City won which shows this will be a very tough match for the Reds to progress in.
These teams will go at it again on Wednesday evening after drawing 1-1 first time around at Old Trafford in March. Dimitri Payet opened the scoring in the game for West Ham with a brilliant long-range free-kick. United though got an equaliser late on thanks to a good volley in the box from Anthony Martial. The winner of the replay will play Everton in the semi-finals at Wembley later this month so that is a big incentive for both teams to win the replay.
Hello and welcome to VAVEL UK's live minute-by-minute commentary of West Ham United vs Manchester United, as they face each other in their FA Cup quarter-final replay. Kick-off at the Boleyn Ground is set for 7:00 BST, so stick with us until then as we build up to the game and get the confirmed team news.