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Everton will be out to continue their recent surge up the table when they take on in-form West Ham at Goodison Park on Saturday.
The Toffee’s are unbeaten in their last six games in all competitions with two wins and two draws coming in the Premier League.
The run of results has moved the club up to 10th in the table, four points off their weekend opponents, however while con
Confidence is high in the Everton camp, the club do have a number of concerns going into this weekend’s clash with fourth place West Ham United.
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Manager Roberto Martinez is sweating on the fitness of midfield pair Gareth Barry and James McCarthy after the pair sustained ankle and hamstring problems respectively in the draw with Sunderland last time out.
Leighton Baines, Steven Pienaar (knee), Kevin Mirallas (hamstring) and Darron Gibson will all be assessed along with Seamus Coleman (Achilles wound), while Bryan Oviedo, Arouna Kone (both knee), Antolin Alcaraz (dislocated shoulder) and John Stones (ankle) are all definitely out.
West Ham meanwhile have won three and drawn two of their last five. Like Everton, the Hammers will enter the weekend on the back of back-to-back draws having shared the spoils with Aston Villa and Stoke.
Prior to that, Sam Allardyce’s side had beaten Manchester City, Burnley and QPR. The club have a poor record against Everton though, winning just one of their last 13 games with their last success coming in 2007.
The club have already shown they can compete this season with the victory over defending Champions City coming following an earlier win over Liverpool and a battling performance against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Allardyce does have some concerns ahead of this weekend however with Stewart Downing and Diafra Sakho both doubts with knee and back injuries. Andy Carroll could feature after finally overcoming a heel injury.