Former Manchester United boss David Moyes brings his West Ham side to Old Trafford on Tuesday in one of the standout matches of the FA Cup’s fifth round

Moyes, who coached United for 10 months during the 2013-14 season, hasn’t won any of his five meetings with them since – but will it be any different this time? You can find out by watching live on BBC One and the BBC Sport website from 7:00 p.m. GMT

BBC soccer expert Mark Lawrenson has given his verdict on all eight weekday connections and he will be joined by Jack Saunders, who runs Radio 1’s Future Artists every Monday through Wednesday from 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM GMT presents, and The Thursdays Indie Show

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Jack is an Arsenal fan, but if his grandfather had his way he would have supported West Ham instead

“He was a devout hammer and I was bought endless Paolo di Canio shirts for Christmas and birthdays when I was younger to try and make myself one too,” explained Jack

“But most of my friends were Arsenal fans and I’ve followed this path. This was the heyday of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Robert Pires and Freddie Ljungberg – I’d turned my head watching them and wasn’t looking back

“My favorite player growing up was actually Ashley Cole. I know this is a controversial decision because he left us, but what kind of player he was – one of the best left-backs I’ve ever seen

“I was a goalkeeper when I was younger so my heroes should have been David Seaman or Jens Lehmann, but Cole was always so noble in the way he played the game

“Full-backs are a little more fashionable now as they are expected to move up the field, but he was ahead of his time there by tearing off the left side and overlapping Robert Pires”

It’s a frustrating time to be an Arsenal fan Mikel Arteta’s side are stuck in midfield in the Premier League and out of the FA Cup after Southampton finished defending the Cup in the fourth round

However, Jack believes better times are around the corner because of the young players coming through the ranks – and Arteta

He added: “The future is so exciting for us and I am fully behind Arteta I think he is doing what Jürgen Klopp did when he took over Liverpool and got rid of all the dead wood as soon as possible, but that takes still time

“I can understand why we were criticized for defending the FA Cup so poorly against Southampton, including Arteta’s team selection, but I got the idea

“We have had a lot of success in the FA Cup over the past few years and it was of course brilliant

“But this is Arsenal Football Club we’re talking about and there are bigger things we can achieve with this team – a challenge at the top of the Premier League is one of them, and we’re among the first four and in the”At least the Champions League

“This is what Arteta is aiming for, I know our recent results have been bad and we haven’t kept working and climbing the table, but a few days after losing to Saints with a weakened team in the FA Cup, we did they played in the league and they defeated, what was the point at which he makes those changes in the first place “

Bournemouth desperately won over the weekend, beating Birmingham after four straight defeats in the championship

At that run, their manager Jason Tindall was fired, and I hadn’t even noticed that Jonathan Woodgate, who is now head of the janitorial, was at the club. He had only arrived as a coach a few days earlier and it all seems very much to me to be messy

The cherries are still in the play-off spots despite all of this, and promotion is certainly a priority. One could argue that Burnley’s focus is elsewhere as well

They took a decent point against Brighton on Saturday and have a little cushion over the bottom three, but next week there are big games against Fulham and West Brom

Realistically, anyone who gets through won’t win the FA Cup, and they both have bigger fish to fry – so this is a free kick for both of them

Jack’s Prediction: Burnley is Just Solid You should keep things tight and have the nous to get the job done 2-0

It is entirely true that West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek can play at Old Trafford after correctly knocking over his red card in the Fulham game

This should be a really good cup of tie The Hammers have played well while Manchester United have lost a few points in the league in recent weeks, including against Everton on Saturday when they equalized on the last breath

There are questions in defense of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but I still have a feeling they will get the job done here

United have a squad big enough to make some changes but try anyway Solskjaer is dying to bring a trophy to Old Trafford, so the FA Cup is important to him

Jack’s prediction: I’m looking forward to this Manchester United scoring a lot of goals but also conceding a few while West Ham is playing well and I expect them to have a tough fight 2-2 – West Ham wins on penalties after extra time

Jack on who will win the FA Cup: Because of the form, I would pick Manchester City to win the cup, but with Arsenal I would love to see West Ham take the cup because of my grandfather I have a soft spot for them, and some cutlery is long overdue

Manchester City have a very strong position at the top of the Premier League – I don’t see anyone stopping them from winning the title and I think they will now win it by a large margin

Pep Guardiola’s team is taking part in all four major competitions this season and will try to win them all

It won’t be easy – Swansea is doing well at the top of the championship and I don’t think their manager Steve Cooper is getting the recognition he deserves

Swansea will also feel like they owe Manchester City something after their last meeting in the 2019 FA Cup quarter-finals when Guardiola’s side returned down 2-0 thanks to Sergio Agueros offside and won 3-2 Winner

It’s a shame on Swansea that there won’t be any fans this time around as it’s yet another example of where it would have helped the lower division at home

Manchester City weathered second division Cheltenham in the last round, but I see this as an easier evening for them

Jack’s prediction: Manchester City have won 14 games in a row in incredible form and always picked a strong team in the FA Cup Swansea flies at the top of the championship but I can’t see they shock here 1-3

Brighton are on a great run but they need a few more wins to be absolutely sure, while Leicester has a really good chance of finishing in the top four

So I suspect both sides will make some changes, but it should be a lot closer than if Leicester beat the Seagulls 3-0 at King Power Stadium before Christmas

Jack’s prediction: Brighton is one of the form teams in the Premier League and I’m not surprised at the run they run on.When we played them at Amex Stadium in late December, we beat them, but they were so good trained to play good football and pose a threat Leicester had a bit of jiggle last month but now they’re back on track 2-1

Sheffield United have beaten a side from Bristol – Rovers – in their third round and this is their chance to get the double

I think the Blades will too. Bristol City’s form has been going down a bit in the championship of late and they have fallen off the play-off spots

Jack’s prediction: Bristol City have lost four of their last five games in the championship so they’re not in exactly the form that suggests a surprise, but perhaps Sheffield United will prioritize the league after they own one Shimmering hope to stay up If you take your foot off the accelerator I can see you go out 1-2

Harry Kane is back from injury to lead Tottenham’s attack – and they really need him

Everton’s form has generally been better the past few weeks, but they still lost some stupid points at Goodison Park

I have the feeling that this one will go the distance and that penalties will be decided

Jack’s prediction: I’ve obviously enjoyed seeing Tottenham lose its pace at the top of the Premier League over the past few weeks I’d say I’m sorry Spurs fans have to watch Jose Mourinho football but this I really don’t – I just think that football has moved on since it had so much success with Chelsea and got a lot of 1-0 wins because you can’t do that anymore without Kane they have nothing on top so becomes his Help return on the weekend but I still go with Everton

Everyone laughed at me when I added Dominic Calvert-Lewin to my fantasy football team earlier this season – I’m in a league where we do a draft when we put our teams together, so everyone has other players – but they’re not laughing now I’m 100 points clear at the top 2-0

They are having a disappointing season in the Premier League but they are in no danger of falling so the FA Cup may be more appealing to them than it used to be

Saints beat Arsenal in round four but they have lost five times in a row in the Premier League and are not playing very well either so this is a good time to face them

Jack’s prediction: Southampton is in really bad shape and Wolves is not much better despite their victory over us – which we somehow handed over to them both of them can forget their problems in the Premier League by playing these I’m going to a James Ward-Prowse special to send the Saints through 0-1

Thomas Tuchel has not lost any of his first four games as Chelsea boss and only conceded one goal – in his win against Sheffield United on Sunday

But he hasn’t really tested much yet – Tottenham was horrible when they played them last week – and while Barnsley will give the blues a hard time, this is another game he is likely to win

Jack’s prediction: Tuchel has already made Chelsea play well and I don’t see any magic of the cup here 1-3

Lawro successfully selected the winner in 13 of the 16 games, but without an exact score

Harry Winks scores a brilliant second goal for Tottenham at Wycombe, four minutes from the end of the FA Cup in the fourth round

Check out Tammy Abraham’s great hat trick against Luton Town as the English striker sends the blues into the FA Cup fifth round

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison and Yerry Mina score the goals while James Rodriguez and Andre Gomes knock them off as a strong Everton breeze after Sheffield Wednesday

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