Confirmed West Ham United v NK Domzale line-ups: Oxford in for Obiang

West Ham's Mark Noble scores their first goal with a penalty

West Ham United take on Slovenian outfit Domzale in the 2nd leg of their Europa League qualifying tie this evening.

Michail Antonio celebrates with Mark Noble after scoring the second goal for West HamMichail Antonio celebrates with Mark Noble 

West Ham United starting line-up: Randolph, Antonio, Reid, Oxford, Byram, Nordtveit, Noble, Kouyate, Feghouli, Valencia, Carroll.

West Ham United substitutes: Adrian, Page, Burke, Obiang, Cullen, Quina, Fletcher.

Domzale starting line-up: Maravel, Brachi, Horic (c), Balkovec, Dobrovoljc, Horvat, Crnic, Majer, Alvir, Morel, Mance.

Domzale substitues: Mimic, Vetrih, Juninho, Repas, Blazic, Husmani, Bratanovic.

West Ham host NK Domzale tonight in what will be a historic occasion for the club. 

The fixture will be the first ever game played at the Hammers new London Stadium, with a sell-out crowd expected in East London, and the excitement is already building as fans have been urged to arrive early for the game.

West Ham make one change from Thursday's first leg with Reece Oxford coming in for Pedro Obiang, while the visitors remain unchanged.

West Ham manager Slaven BilicWest Ham manager Slaven Bilic

Slaven Bilic's men will need as much support as they can get as they head into the game trailing 2-1 on aggregate, after a dismal showing in Slovenia last week saw them leave the Domzale Sports Park empty handed.

Despite the away loss, West Ham should still have enough quality to progress through to the group stages of the Europa League with minimal fuss.

West Ham's Andy Carroll reactsWest Ham's Andy Carroll

The Hammers will once again be relying on Andy Carroll as their sole striker, as their frustrating attempts to bring in various different forward targets continues to disappoint.

The game is scheduled to kick-off at 7:45 pm, but will not be shown on live television after the owners claimed the offer received to screen the match was not 'commercially viable', as reported by the London Evening Standard.

West Ham co chairmans David Sullivan and David Gold before the matchWest Ham co-chairmen David Sullivan and David Gold 

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