Everton v West Ham Odds, latest team news and live stream schedule as Hammers look continue winning form over Toffees

Up to date Everton v West Ham odds, team news and live stream schedule as Sam Allardyce look’s for another good performance from his Hammers side (KO 15:00).

Everton will look to get back to winning ways when they take on in-form West Ham United later today.



Everton 8/15, draw 11/4, West Ham 6/1
Barclay to score/Everton win – 3/1
Nolan to score/West Ham win – 16/1
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The Toffee’s have dropped to 7th in recent weeks after a run of three defeats in four league games, including two successive 1-0 defeats to Chelsea and Spurs.

The run of poor form has left Roberto Martinez’ side 11 points off fourth place Liverpool however despite their Champions league hopes fading in recent weeks, full back Seamus Coleman believes his side can still force their way into the reckoning.

“It’s going to be very difficult now.” Coleman told the Liverpool Echo

“I’m really disappointed that we’ve faded off fourth a bit in the last couple of weeks.

“But personally I’m holding onto the dream even though I know it’s difficult. We just need to keep going.

“We’re still aiming to finish as high up the table as we can, and whether it’s Champions League or Europa League, personally I’d like to play in Europe at some level and hopefully it can be next season.

“We’ve got the game in hand against Crystal Palace, which was annoying when that was called off but that’s the way it goes.”

West Ham meanwhile will welcome back striker Andy Carroll to the squad after he served a three match ban for a red card sustained against Swansea in February.

The former Liverpool man is likely to have make do with a place on the bench with his replacement, Carlton Cole turning in strong performances in recent weeks.

The return of Carroll will help offset the loss of on-loan forward Marco Borriello with a calf injury.

Everton meanwhile will be without forward Lacinca Troare as he continues to struggle with hamstring injuries with a similar faith befallen captain Phil Jagielka.

Romelu Lukaku returns for the Blues following a three game absence while Antolin Alcaraz is also available.

Everton won 3-2 when the two sides met at Upton Park earlier in the season and are currently unbeaten in their last 11 league games against the Hammers.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.