12 mins: Gudelj in a great position to block Fornals’ snapshot, after a move which began via Antonio’s mazy run.
11 mins: Johnson spins to try and find space by the corner flag, but has to settle for a throw-in.
The Hammers remain on the front foot and, all in all, it has been a very solid start by West Ham.
9 mins: Clement Turpin, the French referee, in no mood for handouts with Corona hitting the deck too easily, and seeing the foul go against him for landing on the ball.
8 mins: A first move forward by Sevilla ends in Navas skying a cross/shot over the bar.
Lanzini went down under an Augustinsson challenge to spark the attack, with no foul given before Martial dribbled dangerously into the box – before meeting Dawson.
6 mins: A solid early battle between Gudelj and Antonio, which wins West Ham a corner.
Cresswell swings it in for Bono to squeeze clear amid a melee.
Jack Rosser at London Stadium
The West Ham fans have answered the call from Moyes to create a good atmosphere. It’s been a while since the London Stadium was this loud.
West Ham know they need to score to stand a chance in this tie and they’ve made a much more confident start than they did in Spain.
4 mins: Rakitic gives the ball away in his own half but the Hammers are patient in exploiting it, Cresswell bursting into the box before Jordan puts a foot in.
2 mins: Nice and easy to start with for West Ham, with a spell of possession and Sevilla not too keen to hastily press them.
Here we go!
It’s West Ham against Sevilla for a place in the Europa League quarter-finals.
A large ‘COYI’ display is held out by the packed stand on the far side, a proper big match atmosphere.