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Everything you need to know: Viborg v Hammers

West Ham will aim to secure qualification to the Europa Conference League group stages this evening when they take on Viborg.

The Hammers are leading 3-1 from the first leg, having comfortably dispatched the Danish side, and will now aim to finish the job in Denmark.

Here’s all you need to know!


Viborg FF v West Ham United – Europa Conference League playoff second leg.


The game will take place at the Viborg Stadion.


The game will kick off at 6:00pm in the UK on Thursday.


The game will air live on Premier Sports in the UK.

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The match will be aired elsewhere in the world with a full list HERE and will be available on internet streams

Injury news – West Ham

Nayef Aguerd is out and so is Vlad Coufal after the latter sustained a concussion against Brighton at the weekend.

Last three games

The Hammers have lost all of their Premier League games thus far this season, to Manchester City, Nottingham Forest and, most recently, Brighton. They beat Viborg 3-1 in the first leg, however.

Viborg, apart from their defeat to the Hammers, lost 1-0 to Randers last time out, but their two games prior to the first leg saw two wins, over B36 Torshavn in the Conference League and Silkeborg domestically.

Match Officials

Austrian referee Harald Lechner will be the man in the middle.

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

2 comments on “Everything you need to know: Viborg v Hammers

  1. Wrong link for overseas TV, lads – it’s for the Man C match. Unless they’re the same, of course.

  2. What a scandal, even Sky Sports normal subscribers cannot watch the match.

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