Fiorentina and West Ham face each other in the Conference final to win the trophy of the European organization. The "gladiators" have two decades enough to celebrate the European successes and tonight's final is a first chance to return to the European successes.
The Viola had an excellent run in this year's Conference, however, they narrowly missed out on a semi-final exit as a 2-1 home defeat to Basel made it difficult in the second leg, but in the last minute of extra time, Fiorentina went through to the final. In terms of competition, midfielder Castrovili is suffering from an injury but will probably be on the team's bench.
The "Hammers" want to end the season in the best way as if they win it will be the second time they have won a major title since 1965 (they celebrated in 1999 when they won the Intertoto). In the semi-finals they overcame AZ with two wins and verified the designation of the favorite that had been given to them. In racing matters there are no significant losses.
In their last five matches in all competitions, Fiorentina had three wins, one draw and one loss
In the last five matches, West Ham has three wins and two losses
Both teams scored in Fiorentina's last five matches
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in three of West Ham's last five matches
There have been more than 2.5 goals scored in four of Fiorentina's last five matches
Fiorentina: 4-2-3-1: Terraciano, Dodo, Milenkovic, Martinez, Birachi, Amrabad, Madragora, Gonzalez, Barak, Icone, Cabral.
West Ham: 4-2-3-1: Areola, Kerr, Agerd, Zouma, Cresswell, Sucek, Rice, Bowen, Paquette, Benrama, Antonio.