Everton have no extra injury worries. So have the same squad as the Man Sitteeh game.
The only addittion is Conor McAleny.
Roberto said: "Draws are an emotionally tricky result in terms of how you feel about them. It's still only a draw but when you are the team that gets the equaliser late in the game, it can feel like a victory. In the same way, when you concede late on, it can feel like a defeat.
"We're pleased we have a replay to play. It was a proper cup game and I feel Tuesday will be exactly the same - two teams wanting to win and to score goals; that will make it really open.
"We always enjoy going to Upton Park and with our sold-out allocation once again, it's one we look forward to.
"This week has been really positive for us.
"In the way we are as a team, we're very similar to where we were two weeks ago but from a psychological point of view we are getting confident again.
"The performance against Manchester City has given us a lot of belief. That's important but we're facing a West Ham side that are strong.
"They have a real variety of personnel that can be played in different systems. That's made them a difficult side to face.
"The goalscoring threat from West Ham can come from very little. They don't need much to put you under pressure in your own box and that's something we need to be well aware of.
"I'm expecting a terrific game of football."
Everton squad: Robles, Coleman, Stones, Jagielka, Baines, Besic, Barry, McGeady, Barkley, Naismith, Lukaku, Griffiths, Garbutt, Oviedo, Alcaraz, Mirallas, Eto'o, Kone, Browning, McAleny.
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