It's going to be a big night at the London Stadium as West ham attempt to topple six time Europa League winners Seville. A goal behind from the first leg, Moyes' men will need to be patient against a tight Seville defence that specialises in clean sheets. However, the Hammers can rightly feel unlucky not to have come away with a draw last week and will lok to exploit the wide spaces at their home stadium tonight.
The biggest talking points ahead of the game have been around the availability of Antonio and Cresswell, both touch and go after picking up knocks in last Sunday's win over a feisty Villa side. Of note, the Hammers scored the two goals that brought the win after Cressy and Mikey had gone off, so their absence is not insurmountable for a squad that may be thin in numbers but are big on determination.
Set pieces will be crucial to the outcome tonight as both sides are well organised in open play. Last week Seville scored a peach from a corner and managed to keep the corner count down for West ham. With that in mind, Benrahma and Fornals need to push for corners at every opportunity. Seville may be well organised, but dealing with Rice, Soucek, Zouma and Dawson is a formidable challenge and if Antonio is fit he can add his usual goalkeeper-suffocation!
Otherwise, the fans will play a big part as European midweek football under the floodlights is what the London stadium move was all about. No English side has overcome Sevilla in nine previous clashes, so the Hammers have it all to do.