Michael Owen believes West Ham will get a constructive end result of their Europa League semi-final first leg towards Eintracht Frankfurt.

The Hammers tackle the German aspect on Thursday night in what guarantees to be an electrical ambiance on the London Stadium.

David Moyes’ males have been backed by Owen to take a slender result in Germany for the second leg subsequent week.

Writing on his BetVictor weblog, Owen mentioned: “What an event this will likely be for West Ham, the ambiance will likely be sensible and after that thrilling win in Lyon the gamers should be filled with confidence.

Frankfurt are aspect, they usually deserved that 3-2 win in Barcelona, they shouldn’t be underestimated right here.

“Nonetheless, I’ve nonetheless bought to go for West Ham.”

He added: “I believe this will likely be a really even leg, however they are going to edge it 1-0.

Hammers favourites?

It’s onerous to look previous this West Ham aspect in Europe at current.

David Moyes’ hard-working ethos, coupled with the immense help they’re receiving makes the London Stadium are a troublesome place to get a end result, particularly on a European night time.

There are apparent harm issues, significantly in defence, however with the skin likelihood of Kurt Zouma being accessible and their earlier efficiency in Lyon with a makeshift again 4, they should be favourites.

Frankfurt are a harmful aspect with two or three extraordinarily gifted gamers, comparable to Rafael Borre and Filip Kostic however as have been Sevilla and Lyon, each of whom have been handled simply by the Irons.

David Moyes’ aspect are coming off the again of a demolition job of Lyon in France and should be filled with confidence.

This coupled with the event and the gamers rested over the weekend makes it onerous to disagree with Owen and look previous a house win.

In different West Ham information, David Moyes doesn’t think about West Ham ‘favourites’ for Europa League tie v Frankfurt.

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Author: Londonlad

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