Bristol City v West Ham team news - 10 out and 3 doubts

Latest injury and team news ahead of Bristol City v West Ham United in the third round of the FA Cup.

Bristol City and West Ham do battle at Ashton Gate in a third round-FA Cup replay.

The two sides played to a 1-1 draw at the London Stadium with Jarrod Bowen's opener being cancelled out by Scotland under-21 international Tommy Conway. More than 8,500 fans descended on to the capital, and there will be a sold-out crowd at the Gate hoping for an upset. City have been chosen for television coverage and the match will be shown on BBC One and their streaming platforms.

The Robins lost 2-0 to Preston North End at the weekend with Will Keane's 12-minute brace in the second-half consigning them to defeat. City have yet to win in 2024 after a defeat to Millwall on New Year's Day, and then a draw to West Ham.

The Hammers meanwhile haven't won either however after a goalless draw with Brighton & Hove Albion on January 2. They were afforded a free weekend as the Premier League have a winter break unlike the Championship. West Ham's trip to Bristol is their first of two games with a trip to Sheffield United on Sunday, January 21 their next league match.

It is 45 years since Bristol City recorded a win over West Ham and that came in 1978 when they won in the old Division One. West Ham's last visit to the Gate was in 2015 and they won courtesy of a Diafra Sakho goal.

As for team news, the visitors have a few players away on international duty with the Africa Cup of Nations and the Asia Cup beginning last weekend. David Moyes' side also have some players out through injury, including the likes of Bowen and Lucas Paquetá who played in the first match. Here's the latest injury and team news ahead of Bristol City v West Ham in the third round of the FA Cup.

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