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West Ham vs Genk TV channel, live stream, time, team news and odds


David Moyes has enjoyed a fantastic start in the Europa League (Picture: Getty Images)

West Ham have a perfect record in the Europa League so far and are looking to keep it up against Genk at the London Stadium on Thursday night.

Wins over Dinamo Zagreb and Rapid Vienna have put the Hammers at the top of Group H and in a great position to qualify for the knockout stages.

In fact their start to the season in all competitions has been impressive, with four wins in their last five matches, including away at Everton at the weekend.

Genk are sixth in the Belgian top flight and have lost their last three matches.

What time is West Ham vs Genk on?

The match kicks-off at 8pm on Thursday 21 October at the London Stadium.

West Ham vs Genk TV channel and live stream

BT Sport 2 will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 7.30pm and streaming available on the BT Sport Player and BT Sport app.

West Ham vs Genk team news

West Ham are missing Vladimir Coufal who has a minor injury and is expected to be back at the weekend.

Tomas Soucek is available despite plastic surgery on his face, although David Moyes may choose to rest him for this one.

‘Tomas is OK,’ said Moyes. ‘He’s been a bit sore. He’s had stitches in his lip, cheek and nose – he’s fine.

‘I don’t think his injuries would be any reason not to play him.

‘It’s just a decision on whether we decide to rest him or not – Tomas wants to play.’

West Ham vs Genk odds

1/3 West Ham
9/2 Draw
9/1 Genk

Odds courtesy of Betfair


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