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With West Ham losing out to Tottenham before the international break, their hopes of a top-four finish at the end of the season have taken something of a substantial dent and now the East London outfit may have to hang their hopes on the Europa League instead.
A dilemma that Everton would love to have on their hands and with their dilemma being one that is attached to relegation from the Premier League, Sunday will be another important chapter in this ongoing story.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips, as we look at the upcoming clash between West Ham and Everton.
Quite simply Everton need to be a lot better than they were before the international break and although a win at the London Stadium may be something of a stretch, they should at least be decent value for a goal.
Which is something that I have considered when looking at all the biggest online betting sites and with that in mind, I also think that West Ham will be good for at least one goal this Sunday afternoon.
Therefore, if you want to join me in backing both teams to score, you can do so at odds of 87/100 (bet365) - something that will definitely be worth your consideration before this weekend’s events.
With West Ham now starting the Premier League weekend in 7th place, a top-four finish is now looking unlikely. Not only because they are six points behind Arsenal, but also because they have played two games more.
Which means West Ham would almost certainly need to go on a perfect run between now and the end of the season and although the Hammers impress more often than not, such a streak would be quite an ask.
Especially when West Ham have an element of streakiness themselves and although the Hammers would love to earn a first ever invite to the Champions League through domestic means, there is another way to go about it.
That is by winning this season’s edition of the Europa League and if David Moyes can lead his players to victory in Europe’s second tier club competition, it would then offer a backdoor entry to the first.
Something to perhaps consider between now and their appearance in the last eight of the Europa League and if they do begin to make further progress on the road to Seville, it may mean their domestic form starts to drop off.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Everton, there is one issue for David Moyes to be concerned with and that is the ongoing absence of Italian defender Angelo Ogbonna.
Although Everton picked up a dramatic win over Newcastle before the international break, such a performance has long since been forgotten and with the Toffees then following that up with an FA Cup exit, it is that result which may have done the most damage of all.
Because Everton were nothing short of insipid at Crystal Palace and although their 4-0 reverse has no bearing on the Premier League table, one wonders just how detrimental their Selhurst Park showing could be.
Especially as Frank Lampard was rather vocal in his displeasure and after calling the Everton players out after the final whistle, it is either going to be a managerial masterstroke or a huge disaster.
If Everton manage to get a win on Sunday, then his comments in South London would have done the exact thing that they were intended to do. However, a loss to West Ham and any lingering morale the club had, would have been lost once and for all.
While another thing to consider is the small matter of a trip to Burnley next Wednesday and this may mean that manager Lampard rings the changes at the weekend, to make sure the biggest names are available for a huge relegation six-pointer.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to West Ham, manager Frank Lampard has three major concerns, and these come in the shape of absences to Cenk Tosun, Fabian Delph and Tom Davies.
Although Everton have had the better head-to-head record overall, they are a pale imitation of themselves these days and therefore, previous form should not hold too much weight before the weekend.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, West Ham have won on 42 occasions, Everton 73 and there have been 31 draws
The London Stadium opened in 2011 in preparation for the Olympic Games the following year and holds up to 60,000 supporters. However, West Ham would not get the keys to the ground for at least a few more years.
After moving from the spiritual home of Upton Park, there was some debate as to whether West Ham should have moved to the London Stadium and although it has taken a while for the team to settle into new surroundings, it certainly feels like home now.
When looking at the Premier League odds for a top-four finish, it is fair to say that West Ham’s ship has now sailed. However, they are still the best bet when it comes to the without big six market.
While looking at the relegation market at present, Everton are teetering on the brink before the weekend and if they were to lose to West Ham on Sunday, their odds would continue to shorten. Which means the last opportunity to get some value from this bet would be gone.