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90' + 6'
R. Fredericks
S. Benrahma
3 - 0
J. Lundstram
Yellow Card
I. Diop
A. Cresswell
2 - 0
D. Rice
Penalty Goal
1 - 0
C. Basham
Yellow Card

Match Stats

45% 54%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 9 5
Total Passes 429 500
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That is all for tonight folks, thanks once again for joining us. Goodbye!
West Ham welcome Tottenham to the London Stadium in their next match, while Sheffield United face a six-pointer against fellow relegation rivals Fulham.
While the Hammers move up the table, Sheffield United remain bottom of the pile after a lacklustre display on the road. They had their chances, but that lack of class in the final third cost them, dear, just like it has all season.
West Ham move up to fifth in the Premier League table - albeit possibly only for a short while with Chelsea currently in action against Newcastle United - after another thrilling performance on home soil. Rice's penalty in the first half gave them the advantage, before further efforts from Diop and Fredericks. The Blades had a handful of chances of their own, but Fabianski was on hand to keep them at bay, and he will be delighted with a clean sheet.
R. Fredericks
90' + 6' GOAAAAALLLL - WEST HAM 3-0 SHEFFIELD UNITED - Fredericks gets in on the act and finds a way past Ramsdale. Benrahma played him into space on the edge of the box, and the Blades' defence allowed him space to shoot. After a couple of touches, he tried his luck and finds the bottom corner.
S. Benrahma
90' + 6' Like Fredericks, Benrahma makes an impact off the bench as he claims the assist for the third goal.
90' + 3' Lundstram gets into a good position but wastes the opportunity and blasts his shot over the bar. That effort pretty much sums up Sheffield United's evening. Lots of intent, plenty of heart but not enough quality.
R. Fredericks
B. Johnson
90' + 2' Johnson makes way for Fredericks as Moyes tries to waste a little more time.
90' + 1' McGoldrick tries his luck from just inside the box, but West Ham smother him, and an important block sees the home side concede a corner.
90' Six minutes of stoppage time!
88' Sheffield United are running out of time if they want to grab a goal this evening. The Blades have had their chances, but Fabianski has been superb in the West Ham goal.
J. Lundstram
Yellow Card
87' Lundstram is now shown a yellow card after a late challenge on Johnson. 
P. Jagielka
J. Egan
85' Egan leaves the field on a cart and Jagielka is now on!
83' The stretcher is out for Egan, and he has suffered the injury while blocking a shot from Lingard!
S. Benrahma
J. Lingard
82' Lingard is now off the field, with Benrahma on the for the final 10 minutes.
82' We have another break in play as Egan goes to ground and he is looking in some severe discomfort. 
80' McBurnie directs a header towards goal, but Fabianski once again denies the Blades. Every single time he has been called upon, the former Arsenal man has dealt with the danger!
76' Despite the fact he now has three strikers on the pitch, Wilder is still struggling to get a tune out of his team. 
73' SAVE!!!! Coufal looks stunned as Ramsdale denies him at point-blank range.  The right-back intercepted the ball on the edge of the box and always appeared like he wanted someone else to shoot. In the end, he decided to go for goal, but Ramsdale rushed off his line to thwart him.
71' LINGARD!! The Hammers forward lets fly from 25 yards out but sees his shot turned away by Fabianski. 
70' McGoldrick!!! Sheffield United should have a goal back, but the Blades striker wastes a great opportunity. He latched onto a cross and looked likely to head the ball into the empty net, but Fabianski got down to his left to deny him.
67' West Ham have now scored 14 goals from set-pieces this season, with Chelsea the only other club to score the same amount.
65' Lingard forces Ramsdale into making a save, but it doesn't get any easier for the Blades keeper, with Lingard's strike straight down his throat.
64' Coufal goes down in the box after challenging with Basham at the corner and the referee gives a free-kick to the Hammers. That looks a little soft!
M. Noble
M. Lanzini
63' Moyes also makes a sub as Lanzini is replaced by Noble.
63' McGoldrick tries his luck with a volley, only to see his effort blocked on the edge of the box. Corner to come...
O. McBurnie
O. Norwood
62' McBurnie comes on for Norwood and will go into the attack alongside with Sharp, meaning McGoldrick drops into midfield.
60' McBurnie had been preparing to come on, but he has now sat back down as Wilder tries to think about his options after his side conceded a second.
A. Cresswell
58' Creswell picks up another assist, and his delivery was perfect. All Diop had to do was steer it towards goal; the power was generated by Cresswell's delivery.
I. Diop
58' GOAAAALLLL!!!! WEST HAM 2-0 SHEFFIELD UNITED - West Ham double their advantage thanks to Diop's header from a corner. Cresswell's outswinging delivery wasn't cleared, and Diop did superbly well to guide it towards the back post.
55' Sheffield United are struggling in midfield at the moment, and Wilder looks like he is ready to make a substitution.
53' SAVE!!!!! Fabianski comes to West Ham's rescue with a fingertip save to deny McGoldrick. Sharp's cross picked out his strike partner and his header took a deflection off the back of Johnson. That change of direction could have wrongfooted Fabianski, but he does well to tip it over for a corner.
50' West Ham's spot-kick was their first of the season by the way, with Rice the first player to score a penalty for them in the Premier League since July 2020.
48' The Blades are the first team to make a move in the second half, but Fabianski comes to West Ham's rescue with an important save to stop Sharp from heading home.
46' We are back underway in London!
Sheffield United did enjoy some decent possession at times, but the lack fo service for Sharp and McGoldrick was a big issue. Wilder may make a change at the interval, with West Ham's midfield well on top at present.
Rice's 41st-minute penalty hands West Ham the lead at the interval in what has been a competitive first half of football. Both keepers made important saves, and West Ham had a penalty overturned by VAR. However, they were awarded another when Basham fouled Lingard. Rice's effort was perfectly placed, and Ramsdale failed to get a hand to the shot.
45' Three minutes of stoppage time to come...
44' The game comes to a halt as Ampadu goes down and he has asked for treatment. It looks like a bust nose for the defender!
42' Perfect timing from the Hammers. The pace of Lingard has been a constant threat, and it was his run that caused carnage for the Blades defence. Wilder's side have around three minutes to respond before the break.
D. Rice
Penalty Goal
41' GOAAALLL - WEST HAM 1-0 SHEFFIELD UNITED! Rice converts the spot-kick with ease as he fires into the bottom corner. Ramsdale went the right way, but he was never going to reach Rice's penalty. 
40' After a slight disagreement, Rice takes the ball from Lingard. Rice to try and beat Ramsdale...
C. Basham
Yellow Card
39' PENALTY!! Basham brings down Lingard in the box and the referee points to the spot while showing the defender a yellow card.
37' SAVE!!!! Osborn forces Fabianksi to fly across his goal, but the former Arsenal man could have let that shot go. Osborn's run was not tracked, and he nearly found the bottom corner, before Fabianski tipped it wide. Replays suggest it was going wide, but he was not to know.
35' Fabianski makes a smart save to cut out Osborn's cross, and it was needed, with Sharp lurking at the back post.
33' WIDE! McGoldrick finds time and space to shoot, but his half volley from the edge of the box fails to trouble Fabianski.
31' Cresswell goes for goal from the free-kick, but his accuracy is way off and his shot sails over the crossbar.
29' Maybe he is reading our coverage? The former Hull man bursts into life and wins a free-kick as Egan brings him down on the edge of the box.
27' While Lingard has seen lots of the ball, Bowen has barely had a touch in the final third.
24' SAVE!! After a sustained spell of possession from the Blades, West Ham charge down the pitch and launch another counter-attack. Lingard's pace gets him in behind the defence, but Ramsdale saves his shot at the near post.
23' The good news for Sheffield United is McGoldrick is starting to connect well with Blades' midfield. He keeps popping up in space, and that can only bode well for the visitors. 
21' The visitors look to have found their feet after 20 minutes of this match. Wilder's side appears to be much more confident on the ball, and that will worry Moyes.
18' The possession stats indicate how close this match has been so far. The Hammers have just about shaded it with 52 per cent, but that was always likely as they are the home team.
16' Both Moyes and Wilder like to deploy plenty of midfielders, but so far they are just cancelling each other out. West Ham need to try and stretch the play as best they can, as they appear to have more pace out wide.
13' Neither side has been able to gain control of the match, and it has been a frantic start from both.
11' West Ham launched a counter-attack from the second set-piece, but the Blades recovered well to thwart the danger. 
11' WIDE!!!! The corner tempts Fabianski off his line, but he misses the ball and Dawson is inches away from scoring an own goal. Another corner to come at the London Stadium.
10' Lundstram wins a corner after his powerful run into the West Ham box is stopped by Coufal.
9' The Blades register their first meaningful attack, but McGoldrick cannot divert his volley towards goal after latching onto a cross at the far post.
6' PENALTY DISALLOWED! Dawson was offside as Rice took the free-kick and Stevens can breathe a sigh of relief.
5' Ramsdale saved Rice's shot, but the referee believes Stevens brought down Dawson as he tried to fire home the rebound. This will be checked by VAR of course!
4' Rice is the man that appears set to take this...
4' Osborn concedes a free-kick on the edge of his own box after bringing down Bowen.
2' McGoldrick's first involvement is to be fouled by Dawson on the halfway line. The Hammers man seemed to rake his studs down McGoldrick's leg, but there is no card shown, but the visitors do have a free-kick.
1' West Ham get the game underway!  
Both teams are out on the pitch at the London Stadium; kick-off is moments away.
The Hammers are looking to complete a league double over Sheffield United in the top-flight for the first time since the 1967-68 season.
Moyes makes four changes following the FA Cup defeat to Manchester United. Diop, Lingard, Lanzini and Johnson all return to the fold, while Angelo Ogbonna, Noble, Fornals and Andriy Yarmolenko drop out. Michail Antonio's absence means Bowen will lead the line. Wilder makes three alterations to the team that beat Bristol City in the FA Cup. Stevens, Norwood and Osborn replace Brewster, Lowe and John Fleck in the starting XI.
SUBS: Wes Foderingham, George Baldock, Max Lowe, Kean Bryan, Oliver McBurnie, Frankie Maguire, Oliver Burke, Phil Jagielka, Rhian Brewster.
SHEFFIELD UNITED (3-5-2): Aaron Ramsdale; Chris Basham, John Egan, Ethan Ampadu; Jayden Bogle, John Lundstram, Oliver Norwood, Ben Osborn, Enda Stevens; David McGoldrick, Billy Sharp.
SUBS: Ademipo Odubeko, Jamal Baptiste, David Martin, Said Benrahma, Pablo Fornals, Ryan Fredericks, Frederik Alves, Mark Noble, Conor Coventry.
WEST HAM (3-4-3): Lukasz Fabianski; Issa Diop, Craig Dawson, Aaron Cresswell; Vladimir Coufal, Tomas Soucek, Declan Rice, Ben Johnson; Jesse Lingard, Manuel Lanzini, Jarrod Bowen.
David Moyes' men have lost just one of their last nine in the Premier League, but they will not have it all their own way with Sheffield United three of their previous six in the top flight.
Victory for West Ham will lift them into fifth for the time being, but that could all change as Chelsea take on Newcastle United later this evening. Chris Wilder's side can also move up the table, with a win taking them into 19th.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Premier League match between West Ham United and Sheffield United. Ahead of kick-off, West Ham are sixth in the table, while the Blades remain rock bottom in 20th.