West Ham United hope it's second time lucky as far as attempts to reach a European final go as they face AZ Alkmaar in the second leg of their Europa Conference League semi-final.
AZ Alkmaar won't be too displeased with their showing in the first leg of this tie having left London with just a one goal deficit.
Truth is that West Ham were clearly superior and probably should have got another goal at least, so to take things back to their back yard with just one goal separating the two sides is not bad going.
They're very good on their own patch, too, having won their last three home games on the bounce by a combined scoreline of 10-1.
On top of that they've won every home game in this competition this season, eight in total, so they'll feel like they have an excellent chance here.
They're coming into this game off the back of a big win having beaten Emmen 5-1 at the weekend so that should provide them with a nice boost to tackle The Hammers.
AZ are well in this tie and they will feel confident of overturning a slim deficit, despite West Ham's superiority on paper.
West Ham will be satisfied with their result from the first leg even if they won't be able to help but feel it could have been better.
They were clearly dominant for the majority of the game and only conceded through a goalkeeping error from Alphonse Areola allowed AZ to score from range.
The Hammers enter this game in relatively poor form having won two and lost three of their last five matches, but their most recent defeat at Brentford saw them rest a myriad of key players in preparation for this tie.
The likes of Declan Rice, Saïd Benrahma, Jarrod Bowe, Aaron Cresswell and Lucas Paquetá all started on the bench at Brentford so David Moyes' side should be fresh coming into this game.
West Ham have been strong when playing away from home in this competition having won five and drawn one of their six Conference League games on the road this season, and while this may be the toughest of all they are unlikely to feel any fear heading to Holland.
The Hammers fell short in the Europa League semi-final last season so there's no doubt they have a burning desire to rectify that and take the club to a long awaited European final.
All they need to do is avoid defeat. Best of luck, boys.
For our AZ Alkmaar vs. West Ham prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
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