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West Ham vs Rubin Kazan: TV schedule & streaming info - Jul 20, 2016

July 19, 2016 By Sarah Salahpour
West Ham United play their third pre-season fixture against Rubin Kazan on Wednesday evening. Here is everything you need to know about this match, including all the TV listings and online streaming options.

Broadcast Info:

Who's playing: Rubin Kazan will face West Ham United in a FIFA club friendly. Hammers' boss Slaven Bilić will be aiming to brush off their disappointing start to their pre-season fixtures following one loss and one draw.

The Russian side didn't begin their pre-season term in the finest fashion either with two losses in three games. However, the team will travel to Austria, as Javi Gracia's lads hope to impress against the English club.

Dimitri Payet will be a player to watch after his outstanding Euro 2016 performance with France. Meanwhile, striker Marko Dević, who netted nine goals in his 2015/2016 campaign for the Tatars, will be the man to watch in this fixture.

What time: 9:00am PT/ 12:00am ET / 16:00 UTC / 17:00 BST /18:00 CET on Wednesday, July 20, 2016.

Which stadium: The match will take place in Krottendorf, Austria at UPC-Arena. The ground has a capacity of 15,400.

Which channel: 

-In UK on: Premier Sports

-In USA on: WatchESPN, ESPN3 USA

-In Spain on: beIN Sports Spain, beIN Sports Connect España

-In Australia on: beIN Sports Connect Australia, beIN Sports 1 Australia

-In Norway: TV2 Sumo, TV2 Sport

*View up-to-date global listings

Match facts:

  • In West Ham’s last two matches, the Hammers have reached one draw and one loss

  • Rubin Kazan have clinched four wins, three draws, and three losses in their most recent ten fixtures

  • The London side has netted four goals in their last two appearances

Team news:

West Ham United ace Andy Carroll is set to miss two weeks of football including this match against the Russian club after picking up a groin injury. 

However, the England international has traveled with his team to Austria and told reporters:

“I felt strong at the end of last season, I was injured for a bit at the start, but I came back and felt good. I scored some goals, was involved in important games and just want to carry that on this year.

“I’m feeling good. Coming out to Austria and getting myself fit is important. I might miss a couple of games in pre-season just to keep myself fresh and not rush into things, but I’m looking forward to it.”

On the other side of the pitch, Rubin Kazan’s Oleg Kuzmin is expected to be sidelined for this game following a meniscus injury he suffered back in late May.




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