PAST MEETINGS: West Ham v Swans
6th May 2016
West Ham 3-1 Swansea
Premier League - Saturday, 7 December 2014
Andy Carroll scored twice to move West Ham up to third following their third straight win in the Premier League.
Wilfried Bony put the Swans in front with a clinical finish in the 19th minute, but Carroll headed home the equaliser just before half-time.
The striker grabbed his second after 66 minutes, before the visitors were reduced to 10 men when goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski was sent off.
West Ham made their extra man count, as Diafra Sakho put the game to bed when he fired home from close range with three minutes remaining.
WEST HAM: Adrian, Jenkinson (O'Brien, 79), Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Song, Kouyate (Collins, 86), Downing, Nolan, Carroll, Valencia (Sakho, 45).
SWANS: Fabianski, Rangel (Dyer, 86), Bartley, Williams, Richards, Britton (Tremmel, 71), Ki, Routledge, Sigurdsson, Montero (Gomis, 75), Bony.
West Ham 2-0 Swansea
Premier League - Saturday, 1 February 2014
Kevin Nolan netted a brace to give 10-man West Ham victory in a relegation battle at Upton Park.
The Hammers skipper opened the scoring after 26 minutes, driving home after Andy Carroll cushioned a cross nicely into his path.
His second came in first-half stoppage time. Carroll was the provider once again, as he nodded the ball across goal for his captain to guide a header past Gerhard Tremmel.
West Ham did not have it all their own way as they had to play most of the second half a man light, when Carroll was harshly shown a straight red card after accidentally catching Chico Flores with his arm.
WEST HAM: Adrian, Demel, Tomkins, Collins, McCartney, Jarvis (Cole, 66), Noble, Taylor (Reid, 79), Downing, Nolan (Nocerino, 87), Carroll.
SWANS: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Amat (Pozuelo, 63), Chico, Williams, Davies, De Guzman, Shelvey (Hernandez, 70), Dyer (N'Gog, 77), Bony, Routledge.
West Ham 1-1 Swansea
FA Cup Third Round - Saturday, 2 January 1999
Julian Dicks' late equaliser prevented Third Division Swansea from causing one of the greatest shocks in FA Cup history, albeit temporarily.
Despite being heavy underdogs against their Premier League opponents, the Swans took a shock lead through Jason Smith just after the hour-mark.
John Hollins' men held on to their lead until the 87th minute, as Dicks rescued the Hammers and set up a replay at the Vetch Field.
It was there that Martin Thomas' strike created one of the biggest upsets in the competition, despite the Hammers fielding the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard and Swansea-born John Hartson.
WEST HAM: Hislop. Potts, Pearce, Ruddock, Dicks, Sinclair, Lomas, Berkovic (Cole, 65), Lazaridis (Omoyinmi, 82), Hartson (Abou, 70), Wright.
SWANS: Freestone, Jones, Bound, Smith, Howard, Coates, Cusack, Roberts, Thomas, Alsop, Catkin.