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Rapid Vienna vs West Ham predictions, kick-off time, TV, live stream, team news and h2h results today
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is Ham is hoping to bounce back from his loss to Wolves when he travels tonight to face Rapid Vienna in the Europa League.

One of the most impressive things about David Moyes’ squad during his second term is their ability to tinker with momentum surges in the game, just like they did in a game of Previous home group stage against Genk in October, although the manner of their loss to Molineux was certainly concerning.

Still, the Europa League has proven fertile ground for West Ham so far and they arrive in the Austrian capital knowing they have already secured their entry for the next round.

A win, however, would see them finish as group leaders and seeds for the next round, so it’s hard to expect a completely renewed squad.

Kick-off date, time and location

Rapid Vienna vs West Ham kicks off at 5:45 p.m. GMT today – Thursday 25 November 2021.

The Allianz Stadion in Vienna will host the match.

Where to watch Rapid Vienna vs West Ham

TV channel: In the UK, today’s game will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1.

Direct: Subscribers will also be able to watch the game through the BT Sport website or app.

Live: Receive minute-by-minute updates via the Standard Sport LIVE Blog. Jack Rosser will be on the ground.

Rapid Vienna vs West Ham team news

Angelo Ogbonna is expected to miss the rest of the season but other than that Moyes has little injury concerns.

While some changes are likely given that West Ham have already won the group, with Michail Antonio and Lukasz Fabianski rested, it is important that the team find their way back to victory after such a day against Wolves, so some familiar faces should appear.

Mark Noble could also enter the starting XI in place of Declan Rice – who has just recovered from an illness – or out of form Tomas Soucek.

Rapid Vienna vs West Ham Prediction

West Ham weren’t at their best in the 2-2 draw at Genk or the loss to Wolves, but they have been largely impressive in a European context so far.

For this reason, it would seem foolish to write them off.

History and results of face to face (h2h)


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