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West Ham have a first-leg deficit to overcome if they are to reach the Europa League final.

It’s Eintracht Frankfurt who have a narrow lead in the semi-final tie, after their 2-1 victory at the London Stadium last week.

A place in Sevilla against either RB Leipzig or Rangers later this month is up for grabs, as West Ham look to secure one last stop on their European adventure.

The German side will be roared on by their raucous support, but they have won just five of 21 matches at home across the Bundesliga and Europe this season.

That will give the Hammers some hope, though they themselves have not been in particularly strong form in recent weeks.

David Moyes’ side produced a sensational performance in Lyon in the last round to continue their Europa League run – a repeat tonight would write this set of players into the club’s history books.

With Malik Ouzia in Frankfurt and kick-off at 8pm BST, follow all the action with Standard Sport’s LIVE blog below…

Live updates

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39 mins: Another wasted opportunity for West Ham.

Ball fizzed in to Bowen who has space, and Antonio making a run in behind. Winger tries to play the first-time pass, it’s nowhere near his teammate though and Frankfurt can go back to dominating possession.

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Malik Ouzia at Deutsche Bank Park

Three or four times here, Declan Rice has been visibly furious with teammates for a lack of composure. He knows the Hammers have to try and regain a foothold and keeping possession is the way to do it. Easier said than done, though…

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36 mins: Visitors increasingly wasteful in possession, perhaps putting too much pressure on themselves to do something quickly when they win it back.

West Ham badly need a moment of magic from Bowen or Antonio to change the feel of this tie.

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33 mins: Knauff is causing all sorts of problems for West Ham with his runs in behind.

Cuts it back again, this time it’s behind everyone though and Coufal can clear the danger. Hammers struggling to get out.

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31 mins: Another long throw from Coufal. Falls to Rice on the edge of the box who catches the shot really sweetly, but it’s blocked.

Decent cross then swung into the box, Soucek is there and heads it over the bar.

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29 mins: Frankfurt full of energy, as you’d expect with how this first half an hour has turned out for them.

Fornals with a chance to set Antonio clean through though… pass isn’t great and Ndicka can gets across to slide in.

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Malik Ouzia at Deutsche Bank Park

We saw a pretty handy European comeback at the Bernabeu last night but West Ham are already in the realm of having to potentially top it, given they’re a man down.

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GOAL! Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 West Ham | Rafael Borre 26′

BORRE PUTS FRANKFURT IN FRONT ON THE NIGHT!

German side have taken a huge step to the Europa League final now.

Nice move from Frankfurt. Played in behind, Knauff cuts it back perfectly and Borre slams home the finish. West Ham need two.

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Huge moment in the tie…

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23 mins: Headed away this time, and there are two Frankfurt defenders down in the box so play is stopped.

Might be a good thing for West Ham, who have to try and regroup.

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