Everton v West Ham odds – Will Hammers fine form continue on Merseyside?

Two of the in-form Premier League sides meet at Goodison Park, as Everton host West Ham United, with the latest odds and betting.

Everton are unbeaten in their last four matches, although were held to a 1-1 draw at Sunderland.

Sebastian Larsson had originally curled Sunderland ahead from a free-kick, although the visitors responded.

Connor Wickham fouled Seamus Coleman in the box and Leighton Baines converted from the spot to equalise.

West Ham United were held to a goalless draw by Aston Villa at Upton Park, despite dominating the game.

Brad Guzan was forced into numerous saves, including a brilliant one to deny Stewart Downing in the first half.

Andy Carroll returned for West Ham in the draw, however couldn’t snatch a late winner, after he was twice denied by Guzan.

Roberto Martinez’s men did the double over West Ham last season, with both matches decided thanks to late winners.

Romelu Lukaku scored the only goal in the Goodison Park meeting, with the Belgian winning the match in the last 10 minutes.

In the earlier fixture, Leighton Baines scored two free-kicks, including a late winner in a 3-2 victory.

Team news
Baines is an injury doubt for Everton, after withdrawing from the England squad ahead of their two games.

Bryan Oviedo will deputise for the former Wigan man should he fail to recover in time for the weekend clash.

Gareth Barry is out of the game, meaning James McCarthy’s return to fitness is well timed for Martinez.

Carroll will again be on the bench, where he will be joined by Kevin Nolan, who has struggled this season.

Diafra Sakho is a doubt, although he looks set to partner Enner Valencia up front in a diamond formation.

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