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Europa Conference League Final: Fiorentina vs West Ham Key Stats, Insights & Markets

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Europa Conference League Final: Fiorentina vs West Ham United Key Stats, Insights & Markets

Europa Conference League Final

On Wednesday night, the second-ever Europa Conference League final takes place at the Fortuna Arena in Prague, as Italian Serie A outfit Fiorentina takes on West Ham United.

This will be Fiorentina’s second cup final of the season, having fallen short in the Coppa Italia final to Inter Milan by a 2-1 scoreline. La Viola are looking for their first European trophy since the 1960/61 Cup Winners Cup, while their last piece of silverware came in the shape of the 2000/2001 Coppa Italia back in the days of Rui Costa and Nuno Gomes.

Fiorentina finished their league season in eighth, six points behind Juventus who were eventually docked 10 points for their club’s transfer dealings. This means that the Italian side will have to win the final in order to qualify for Europe next season.

On the other hand, West Ham’s season has seemingly been geared up towards this final, with the Irons finishing their Premier League campaign in 14th place - maintaining their top-flight status for another season, perhaps seeing them rewarded for sticking by David Moyes who has done a tremendous job at the London Stadium.

The Clarets and Blues haven’t won a major trophy since the 1999 Intertoto Cup, while their most notable success on a European stage was all the way back in 1964/65 when they won the UEFA Cup Winners Cup against 1860 Munich, as Alan Sealey scored a brace in the final.

Each Side’s Road to the Final


The Netherlands was where Fiorentina’s road to the final initially started, having played out a 0-0 draw at De Grolsch Veste against FC Twente in the first leg of the fourth qualifying round before defeating the Dutch Eredivisie club 2-1 at the Artemio Franchi Stadium thanks to goals by Nicolas Gonzalez and Arthur Cabral.

Fiorentina were then put into Group A of the Europa Conference League and were drawn up to play against the likes of Istanbul Basaksehir, Hearts and RFS of Latvia. Italiano’s side finished second in their group behind Basaksehir with 13 points to their name, hence why they were forced to play a Round of 32 fixture against Liga NOS side Sporting Braga.

Round of 32: Braga 2-7 Fiorentina

Round of 16: Fiorentina 5-1 Sivasspor

Quarter-Final: Lech Poznan 4-6 Fiorentina

Semi-Final: Fiorentina 4-3 Basel

West Ham

West Ham’s Europa Conference League campaign started off with a 6-1 aggregate win over Viborg in the play-off round, of which summer signing Gianluca Scamacca managed to score in both legs of the tie.

Moyes’ side would then advance to the group stages, where they then topped Group B with 18 points from a possible 18, having managed to do the double on Anderlecht, as well as Danish Superliga side Silkeborg and Steaua Bucharest, scoring 13 goals and conceding just four.

Round of 16: AEK Larnaca 0-6 West Ham

Quarter-Final: Gent 2-5 West Ham

Semi-Final: West Ham 3-1 AZ Alkmaar

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Fiorentina Odds

Winners Odds

Fiorentina are priced at 7/4 to win the match itself on Wednesday night, while also being at 13/8 to go ‘2 Up’ on Sky Bet.

In terms of head-to-head records, Fiorentina managed to beat West Ham 1-0 in both meetings during the 1975 Anglo-Italian Cup.

Goalscorer Odds

Arthur Cabral is Fiorentina’s top scorer across all competitions with 17 goals to his name. The ex-Basel striker has scored seven of these goals in 13 Europa Conference League appearances and is priced at 13/2 to score first or last.

Meanwhile, Nicolas Gonzalez and Luka Jovic follow closely behind on the goal front with 14 and 13 across all competitions - they are both priced at 11/4 to score anytime during the final in Prague.

Card Markets

Combative Moroccan midfielder Sofyan Amrabat is the most obvious candidate to look out for when it comes to yellow cards, having been shown 15 bookings in 48 appearances. The 26-year-old is priced at 10/1 to be first carded.

Brazilian defender Igor is also a player to look out for on this front, having been shown 12 yellow cards this season, on top of one red card. The 25-year-old has managed these numbers in just 41 matches and is priced at 2/1 to be shown a yellow card.

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West Ham United Odds

Winners Odds

West Ham are priced at 17/10 to win the match against Fiorentina on Wednesday night, while also being at 6/4 to go ‘2 Up’

Goalscorer Odds

Michail Antonio is West Ham’s top scorer across all competitions so far this season with 13 goals and four assists in 45 matches. The 33-year-old is priced at 15/2 to score first or 3/1 to score anytime.

Jarrod Bowen (11) and Said Benrahma (10) are the only other West Ham players to have achieved double-figure goal tallies this campaign, hence why the former is priced at 4/1 to score anytime, while the latter is at 3/1 to achieve the same feat.

Card Markets

Surprisingly, Lucas Paqueta’s total of eight yellow cards is the most of any West Ham player this season, with the former Lyon man being shown all of these cautions across 40 matches across all competitions. The 25-year-old is priced at 10/11 to be carded in the Europa Conference League final.

Czech Republic duo Vladimir Coufal and Tomas Soucek are next on the bookings charts for West Ham, having been shown seven and six yellow cards across all competitions, while Thilo Kehrer has also received six cautions during the 2022/23 season.

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