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Training in the late afternoon or evening is ideal because studies have shown strength to be higher later in the day. In addition, training later in the day allows you to plan your pre-workout nutrition more easily and ensure you have plenty of fuel in the tank before training.
Although it is true that strength tends to be lower in the morning when you are unaccustomed to lifting early in the day, with time, this strength deficit goes away. Furthermore, lifting early in the day allows you to get in more meals after your workout when anabolic signaling is high.
The bulk of the evidence shows that your gains should be similar whether you train in the morning or afternoon.
Train when you feel motivated and your schedule allows. Consistency plays a much bigger role in determining gains.