Another relegation six-pointer is on the cards in London this weekend as West Ham United play host to Everton.West Ham Form Guide
West Ham United fans believe they are a club destined for big things. The last few years would suggest they are more than capable of living up to that, but the fact of the matter is David Moyes’ position as manager is unstable - and they need a win to ease some of the pressure.
The Hammers fought tooth and nail to earn a 2-2 draw with Leeds on January 4th, even if it still wasn’t the result they desired. They proceeded to knock Brentford out of the FA Cup and then against Wolves at Molineux, they really let the travelling fans down in a 1-0 loss.Everton Form Guide
Everton’s supporters are not happy. They aren’t happy with the board and they certainly aren’t happy with the manager, which is a terrible combination. The Toffees are stuck in a bottom three dilemma and the only way out of it between now and May has to be some form of radical change.
We’re only 19 days into 2023 and Everton have already conceded nine goals. They fell flat on their face in a 4-1 defeat to Brighton at home, before a spirited display at Old Trafford ended in a cup exit. Then, against Southampton, they somehow let a lead slip and allowed the Saints to leapfrog them in the table.Latest Team News
Maxwel Cornet is injured with Craig Dawson likely not to play as he finalises a move to Wolves. Aside from that, the only injury concern is Alphonse Areola who should be on the bench.
Lampard will have to do without Nathan Patterson, James Garner, Andros Townsend and Michael Keane who are all injured.Match Prediction
The frustration will continue for these relegation-threatened clubs in the form of a 1-1 draw.