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Moyes rings changes for Viborg clash

David Moyes has made four changes to the Hammers team which meets Viborg this evening from the first leg game at the London Stadium.

The Irons will be protecting a 3-1 win in Denmark this evening with Gianluca Scamacca, who scored the Hammers’ opener in last week’s 3-1 first leg victory, leads the linen, with Maxwel Cornet in support, while fellow new boy Thilo Kehrer starts at the back.

In all, there are four changes to David Moyes’ team from the first leg, as Kehrer, Pablo Fornals, Aaron Cresswell – back from suspension – and Saïd Benrahma come into the starting XI.

Jarrod Bowen and Conor Coventry are among the substitutes, while Vladimír Coufal sits yjr game out after suffering a concussion against Brighton & Hove Albion last weekend and has to stay sidelined for six days. Harrison Ashby is also absent.

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Alphonse Areola remains in goal with a back four of Ben Johnson, Angelo Ogbonna, Kehrer and captain Aaron Cresswell in front of him.

Tomáš Souček and Manuel Lanzini will likely anchor the midfield, with an attacking trio of Benrahma, Cornet and Pablo Fornals providing the striking power with  Scamacca.

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2 comments on “Moyes rings changes for Viborg clash

  1. Can someone please confirm which radio station is covering tonights’ game vs Viborg?

    I’m having trouble finding out where I can hear a radio commentary

    • Last week I signed up to bet365, and listened to it on there. Didn’t have to make a deposit or place a bet

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