KRC Genk v West Ham United: Group H - UEFA Europa League
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West Ham starting lineup vs Rapid Vienna confirmed; David Moyes makes eight changes

West Ham starting lineup vs Rapid Vienna confirmed:

Alphonse Areola, Vladimir Coufal, Craig Dawson, Issa Diop, Arthur Masuaku, Tomas Soucek, Mark Noble, Manuel Lanzini, Andriy Yarmolenko, Jarrod Bowen, Nikola Vlasic

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Hammers boss David Moyes has once again rotated his starting XI for the Europa League.

A win tonight and West Ham will be confirmed as Group H winners.

In fact, if Dinamo Zagreb fail to beat Genk, the Hammers will win the group regardless of the result in Vienna.

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West Ham are new to the Europa League. So what we’ve done during our first four games of Group H has been mightily impressive.

A win tonight against Rapid Vienna would cap off the perfect start to our 2021/22 Europa League campaign.

West Ham starting lineup vs Rapid Vienna confirmed

The Hammers beat the Austrian outfit 2-0 in the reverse fixture at the London Stadium.

We should have more than enough to cope with the hosts tonight.

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That’s in spite of the fact that Moyes has made sweeping changes form our defeat to Wolves on Saturday.

There are big opportunities for a lot of players tonight. Let’s hope that they grasp their chance with both hands.

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The game kicks off tonight at 5:45pm and can be seen live and exclusive on BT Sport.

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