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Fiorentina vs West Ham United Predictions

Published on 7:00pm GMT 7 June 2023

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Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

Fiorentina have seen both teams score in each of their last five games in Europe, while they’ve notched in 12 straight in this competition. La Viola have kept just one clean sheet across their last nine in all competitions, while the Hammers have scored in all 14 Europa Conference League matches they’ve played this term.

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Fiorentina 2-1

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Fiorentina have conceded in four of their last five wins in Europe, while the Hammers have been beaten in five of their last nine in all competitions, conceding at least twice in each. Fiorentina have won four of their last six, scoring twice in each victory and they’re the toughest opponents the Hammers have faced in this competition,

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Mendonca Arthur Cabral To Score Anytime

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Cabral has scored eight Europa Conference League goals this term, a run which includes him notching in four of their last five European trips. The Brazilian also scored in their final game of the league campaign against Sassuolo, so he heads into the final in form.

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Fiorentina vs West Ham United Predictions

  • Both teams have scored in Fiorentina’s last five European games
  • La Viola have netted in their last 12 games in this competition
  • West Ham have scored in all 14 of their Europa Conference League games
  • Arthur Cabral is the top scorer in this competition, finding the net in four of Fiorentina’s last five European trips

Hammers hope for Silverware

Having spent much of the season battling relegation, this hasn’t been a great season for West Ham. However, their European adventure has more than made up for that, as they prepare for their first continental final since 1976.

The Hammers one and only European trophy came back in the 1965 Cup Winners’ Cup, losing in the final of the same competition 11 years later. Their last ever piece of silverware came in the 1980 FA Cup final, so this is a momentous evening for David Moyes and his team.

However, they have progressed through Europe without meeting any side from Europe’s top five leagues. That changes on Wednesday, as they line up against a Fiorentina side who have proven effective in knockout football so far this term.

Fiorentina thriving in the cups

While Fiorentina finished just shy of a European spot in Serie A, they’ve had much better fortune in cup football this term. La Viola were beaten by Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia final last month, while they are aiming to become the second Italian winner of this competition after Roma.

La Viola showed their spirit in the semi-finals, as they raced back from a 2-1 home defeat in the first leg to knock Basel out in extra-time. The Italian side have made life tricky for themselves in the last two rounds. They blew a 3-0 lead at home to Lech Poznan in the quarter-finals before scoring twice in the final 12 minutes to progress.

Their problems have largely been down to their defence, with each of their last five games in Europe seeing both teams score. La Viola have managed only one clean sheet across their last nine games in all competitions. That should provide plenty of entertainment in the final, especially as Fiorentina have enough attacking talent to make up for their issues at the back.

Cabral to fire Fiorentina to glory

Fiorentina have scored in each of their last 12 European games, hitting 35 goals in that run. Arthur Cabral has chipped in with eight, including strikes in four of their last five away games in the competition. He was on the scoresheet in their final Serie A game of the season and he should trouble West Ham in the final.

The Hammers have enough upfront to capitalise on Fiorentina’s defensive woes. They’ve scored in five of their last six games, while they’ve found the net in all 14 Conference League games this season. They should be able to get on the scoresheet, but that may all for David Moyes’ side.

The Scot is chasing his first-ever major trophy and he’s guided the Hammers through a relatively straightforward run in Europe. They’ve met Larnaca, Gent and AZ in the knockout rounds, so this is by far their biggest test. Fiorentina could prove a step too far, so back the Italians to win 2-1 and lift the cup.


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