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AZ Alkmaar vs West Ham United Predictions

Published on 7:00pm GMT 18 May 2023

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AZ Alkmaar
West Ham United
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Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

AZ possess plenty of attacking threat and have scored in five of their last six competitive games, while West Ham have conceded in five of their last six. Both teams have scored in the Hammers’ last three in this competition and they have scored in all 13 Europa Conference League fixtures this season.

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West Ham United 2-1

Reason for tip

West Ham have won and conceded in six of their 13 Europa Conference League games this season and clinched a 2-1 result in the first leg last week, while AZ have conceded exactly twice in two of their last three matches in this competition.

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Michail Antonio To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Michail Antonio scored the winner in London in the first leg and is enjoying a fine run of form. The 33-year-old has scored five goals in his last seven appearances in all competitions.

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AZ Alkmaar vs West Ham United Predictions

  • AZ have scored in five of their last six games, while West Ham have conceded in five of their last six.
  • Both teams have scored in each of West Ham’s last three in the Europa Conference League.
  • Michail Antonio has scored five goals in his last seven appearances.

Hammers earn deserved lead

After a 2-1 victory in London last week, West Ham are poised to make it to their first European final since the 1999 Intertoto Cup and judging by last week’s showing they should be able to finish the job in Alkmaar.

The Hammers actually trailed to a first-half goal from AZ at the London Stadium but finally found their shooting boots in the second half to secure a deserved victory.

Antonio to finish the job in Alkmaar

Michail Antonio scored the winner in that tie, and the Jamaican striker is good value to continue his fine vein of form. The 33-year-old has scored five goals across his last seven competitive appearances, so back him to punish AZ again here.

David Moyes’ side had 18 shots on goal in the first leg and I am expecting another entertaining affair here. AZ have scored in five of their last six games but have only kept one clean sheet in their last ten games in this competition.

West Ham, meanwhile, have conceded in five of their last six in all competitions and both teams have scored in their last three in this competition, so I’m backing goals at both ends along with a repeat of the 2-1 scoreline from last week.

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