Lyon v West Ham live score, updates, highlights and line-ups from the second leg of the Europa League quarter-finals

David Moyes takes his West Ham side into uncharted territory as they take on Lyon in the Europa League quarter-final second leg, tied at 1-1 in the first game.

The Hammers pulled off an incredible second-leg turnaround in their round of 16 tie against Sevilla last month, winning 2-1 on aggregate after an extra-time strike from Andriy Yarmolenko propelled them into the last eight for the first time in their history.

West Ham have not played in a European game of this magnitude since their UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup run in 1981, and Moyes is looking forward to a historic night in France.

With a push into the top four in the Premier League looking unlikely in the final weeks of the 2021/22 season, lifting the Europa League in May would give Moyes an alternative route to next season’s Champions League.

Sporting News follows the match live and provides live score updates, commentary.

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Lyon live score against West Ham

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KICK-OFF: WE ARE IN LYON!!!

Manuel Lanzini is straight into the action as he runs clear and shoots wide but offside signals him against the Hammers star!!

Brilliant start for West Ham!!

10 minutes before kick-off: Everything is ready at Groupama Stadium

20 minutes before kick-off: a big challenge for Antonio and co.

50 minutes before kick-off: THREE CHANGES FOR LYON

Second-choice goalscorer Julian Pollersbeck replaces Lopes in goal with Jason Denayer replacing Jerome Boateng in defence. Toko Ekambi replaces Paqueta in a revamped midfield unit overnight.

1 hour before kick-off: TEAM NEWS IS IN

Four changes since the first leg for Moyes as West Ham push the story in France.

Coufal, Diop and Johnson enter defense in place of Ryan Fredericks, Zouma and Cresswell with Manuel Lanzini preferred to Said Benrahma in midfield.

1h30 before kick-off: Defensive dilemmas for David Moyes

The absences of Aaron Cresswell and Kurt Zouma will leave a major hole in the West Ham defense tonight as David Moyes aims to fill a void in his back four.

Zouma’s absence is somewhat mitigated by Issa Diop’s return from injury, Moyes having preferred him to Zouma during the group stages.

However, a clear replacement at left-back is less clear cut with Cresswell starting seven of the Hammers’ nine European games this season.

Ben Jonhnson could start as a replacement for Czech international Vladimir Coufal at right-back for Moyes.

1h45 before kick-off: The Calm before the STORM in Lyon

2 hours before kick-off: Hammers fans are hoping for another memorable evening in Europe

Lineups Lyon vs West Ham

Lyon boss Peter Bosz added another absentee to a growing injury list, with first-choice goalkeeper Antony Lopes out and star midfielder Lucas Paqueta just fit enough for the bench.

The Lyon starting lineup (4-2-3-1): Pollersbeck (GK) — Emerson, Denayer, Lukeba, Gusto — Mendes, Ndombele — Ekambi, Aouar, Faivre — Dembele

Lyon replacements (12): M Barcola (GK), Bonnevie (GK), Henrique, Da Silva, Boateng, Dubois, Keita, Paqueta, Adelaide, Kadewere, B Barcola, Tete

Moyes is without two key defenders, Kurt Zouma joining centre-back Angelo Ogbonna misses the rest of the season, and Aaron Cresswell is suspended following his red card in the first leg.

West Ham starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Areola (GK) — Johnson, Dawson, Diop, Coufal — Rice, Soucek — Lanzini, Fornals, Bowen — Antonio

West Ham Subs (12): Randolph (GK), Fabianski (GK), Masuaku, Fredericks, Kral, Alese, Vlasic, Noble, Perkins, Yarmolenko, Chesters. Benrahma

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How to watch Lyon v West Ham

UK UNITED STATES Canada Australia
Date April 14 April 14 April 14 April 15
Weather 8:00 p.m. BST 3 p.m. ET 3 p.m. ET 5 a.m. AET
TV channel BTSport 1 Galavision
Diffusion BT Sports fuboTVParamount+ DAZN Stan Sports

UK: The game will be broadcast on TV by BT Sport 1 and broadcast on BT Sport platforms.

UNITED STATES: The match will be broadcast on Galavision (Spanish) in the United States and this channel is streamed on fuboTV, which also offers a free trial to new subscribers. Paramount+ will have the stream in English.

Canada: In Canada, every match in the Europa League live streams on DAZN.

Australia: Stan Sport owns the exclusive rights to all Europa League matches in Australia.

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