Derby County 0-2 West Ham: A trip to Old Trafford awaits after the Hammers booked their place in the fifth round
Antonio Conte is keen to add to his squad before the end of January
Bowen's third goal in two games gave the Irons a first-half lead and Antonio headed home their second five minutes after break to secure the 2-0 win at Pride Park. The Londoners made it back-to-back wins after beating Everton 2-0 to climb out of the Premier League's bottom three nine days go and rarely needed to hit top gear as they halted League One side Derby's 19-game unbeaten run. Paul Warne's side are flying high in fourth place in the third tier and there were high hopes of an upset among the home faithful before kick-off in a Pride Park crowd of 25,308. Derby forward Tom Barkhuizen wasted no time in breaching West Ham's defence, scampering clear in the opening minute before his cut-back was scrambled clear.