Genk vs West Ham LIVE: David Moyes shuffles his pack for his 1000th game as a manager as Mark Noble and Vladimir Coufal start… with high-flying Hammers looking for win that will secure spot in Europa League knock-out stages
- West Ham will clinch a place in the Europa League knockout stage with a win
- David Moyes’ side have a 100 per cent record after three wins from three
- Rangers take on Brondby in need of victory to keep up their hopes of qualifying
- Latest Europa League news, including live action and results
- Europa League group stage tables – as it stands
West Ham’s Europa League adventure continues as they head to Genk knowing a victory will see them qualify for the knockout stages.
David Moyes’ side are flying in Europe after winning their three opening games in Group H.
And they know Genk well after smashing the Belgians 3-0 at the London Stadium two weeks ago.
David Moyes has led West Ham to three consecutive wins in the Europa League this term
The Hammers will seal their place in the knockout stages with victory away to Genk
Follow Sportsmail’s Richard Martin for live Europa League coverage of Genk vs West Ham, including build-up, team news and updates.
Elsewhere, Steven Gerrard’s Rangers are also in action away at Broendby IF, which we will keep you up-to-date with.
Moyes has made seven changes to the team that thrashed Aston Villa 4-1 on Sunday but four of star men of the season keep their place in the side: Michail Antonio, Declan Rice, Said Benrahma and Aaron Cresswell
David Moyes was serenaded by West Ham fans during his pre-match interview with BT Sport ahead of kick off and was smiling at the reception he got. “It’s always nice when they chant your name because there’s many times in football when they’re not chanting that.”
Craig Dawson, Issa Diop and Jarrod Bowen were on target as West Ham crushed Genk 3-0 two weeks ago. You can refresh your memory and get in the mood for the game by watching the highlights here
West Ham have taken Group H by the scruff of the neck and lead the standings with nine points from three games, scoring seven times without conceding a goal yet. Genk, by contrast, are bottom of the group and have only scored one goal in their campaign.
Tonight will be a special game for Moyes regardless of the result: it’s the Scot’s 1000th match as a first team coach. And if his side’s form is anything to go by, he should be able to mark the occasion with a win.
Here’s how David Moyes’ side line up tonight in Genk
Good evening and welcome to Sportsmail’s live coverage of Genk v West Ham. The Hammers have been unplayable in the Europa League this season and are one win away from sealing their place in the knockout stage
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