West Ham host Eintracht Frankfurt at the London Stadium on Thursday night in what will no doubt be the biggest game in the club’s recent history.
The Hammers have negotiated their way through to the Europa League semi-finals for the first time and now face a two-legged tie to decide who will go through to the competition’s final on May 18 in Seville. Frankfurt will pose a stern test for David Moyes’ side, having knocked out European heavyweights Barcelona in the quarter-finals to reach the last four.
West Ham beat Lyon to reach this stage, securing a memorable 3-0 win in France after a tense 1-1 draw during the first leg in London. Previously to that, the Hammers overcame Sevilla in the round of 16 after topping Group H with 13 points.
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Frankfurt will arrive in Stratford having drawn their latest Bundesliga clash with Hoffenheim 2-2, while West Ham suffered a late defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League after Christian Pulisic scored a 90th-minute winner in west London.
You can find all of the details on how to tune into the clash below:
When and where?
Thursday, April 28 at the London Stadium
The game will be broadcast on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate., with coverage starting at 7pm BST.
BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the game via the BT Sport app.
Live stream details:
If you’re not around to watch the game itself, you can follow all the key moments with football.london. We will have live blogs available throughout the evening with by-the-minute updates of goals, talking points and reaction from David Moyes.