West Ham vs Lyon: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news

West Ham continues its European adventure against Lyon in the quarter-finals of the European League.

The Hammers overcame a grueling and grueling draw with Sevilla last month, beating the Spanish side 2-1 on aggregate.

Andriy Yarmolenko scored the winning goal in West Ham's win over Sevilla


Andriy Yarmolenko scored the winning goal in West Ham’s win over Sevillacredit: Getty

David Moyes’ side became the first English team in history to knock Sevilla out of the Europa League.

Next comes Lyon, who also suffered a difficult confrontation in the round of 16 with Porto, where they beat them 2-1 over two games as well.

But West Ham will imagine their chances, having enjoyed a fruitful season in the Premier League, while Lyon floundered in ninth place in the French League.

Moyes’ men will have to be at their best while awaiting a possible semi-final match with Barcelona.

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What time does West Ham start against Lyon?

  • West Ham’s big game with Lyon will start from 8pm UK time on Thursday, 7 April.
  • The first leg match will be played at the London Stadium.

54,000 fans of the game will be sold here.

What is the channel and is it possible to broadcast live?

  • West Ham vs Lyon will be streamed live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate in the UK.
  • You can stream the event live from the BT Sport app available for download on your mobile phone or tablet.

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Team news

Unfortunately for West Ham, key player Manuel Lanzini was suspended for the match after receiving his third yellow card in the competition against Sevilla.

Ben Johnson will have to pass a fitness test late if he wants to get into the right side of the Hammers defense.

And Alphonse Areola will be back in the fold again, which means Lukasz Fabianski will be sitting on the bench.

Karl Tuk-Ekambi is suspicious of the showdown after he missed Lyon’s win over Angers at the weekend due to illness.

Tottenham loanee Tanguy Ndombele is likely to start in midfield, with Moussa Dembele playing up front.


  • West Ham – 21/20
  • Draw – 12/5
  • Lyon – 15/13
  • West Ham qualify – 4/5
  • Lyon Oiled – EVS

* Odds are courtesy better Correct at the time of publication.

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