West Ham vs Everton preview: Premier League prediction, tickets, TV, live stream, H2H, team news

Tom Doyle

West Ham and Everton meet at London Stadium on Saturday hoping for a key Premier League win after rough starts to the season.

Both sides have made managerial changes this term after poor runs of form, with David Moyes replacing Manuel Pellegrini in east London and Carlo Ancelotti stepping in for Marco Silva on Merseyside.

The Hammers and the Toffees have both since climbed out of the relegation zone, and Saturday's clash will offer the coaches a chance to see how much early progress has been made.

Date: Saturday, 18 January 2020

Kick-off time: 3pm GMT

Venue: London Stadium

Prediction: West Ham 1-1 Everton

Both sides will fancy their chances this weekend, but Moyes and Ancelotti would probably settle for a point apiece.

Tickets

For ticket information, click here to head to West Ham's official website.

Everton away tickets are currently sold out.

TV channel: The match will be not be televised live in the UK due to TV blackout restrictions regarding 3pm kick-offs.

Live stream: You can follow the action on our rolling match blog with Giuseppe Muro at London Stadium.

Head to head (H2H) history

  • Premier League games: 47
  • West Ham wins: 9
  • Everton wins: 26
  • Draws: 12
  • Everton have won the last two League meetings 2-0.

Betting odds

  • West Ham to win: 2/1
  • Everton to win: 6/4
  • Draw: Between 5/2 and 13/5

Top tip: 2-2 draw - 15/2

Odds provided by Betfair Exchange. Click here for more odds.

Odds correct as of January 17.

Team news

West Ham's injury problems continue with Jack Wilshere (groin), Ryan Fredericks (thigh), Lukasz Fabianski (thigh) and Andriy Yarmolenko (thigh) all out, while Michail Antonio (thigh) is unlikely to be ready in time.

Felipe Aderson (chest) and Arthur Masuaku (knee) face late fitness tests, while Darren Randolph is in contention to start in goal after signing from Middlesbrough.

Everton are hoping that Alex Iwobi (thigh) and Yerry Mina will be fit to return, though Jean-Philippe Gbamin (thigh) and Andre Gomes (ankle) are both out.

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