West Ham United – Everton

West Ham United hosts Everton in a game from the 32th round of the English Premier League. Let’s discuss this clash at the London Stadium in London.

Right now West Ham are 9th in the league standings with 42 points, having a record of 12 wins, 6 draws and 13 defeats. Manuel Pellegrini’s team is keeping a place in the middle of the standings, which is pretty good for them. West Ham started the season pretty difficult, but with time they managed to stabilize their performance.

In their last five games West Ham won three times and suffered two losses. In their last match the Hammers enjoyed a surprisingly difficult 4-3 win against Huddersfield Town at home. In a certain moment the result was 1-3 for the visitors, but in the end West Ham won with two goals from Javier Hernandez, one from Angelo Ogbonna and one from Mark Noble from a penalty kick.

Everton on the other hand are 11th in the standings with 40 points, being 2 points behind West Ham. In the summer the Toffees signed some excellent players, but the manager Marco Silva can’t find the recipe to make the team perform at his best.

In their last five matches Everton won twice, lost twice and made one draw. The Toffees’ last game was against Chelsea at the Goodison Park and it ended with a 2-0 win for Everton, thanks to goals from Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson.

Before this Everton visited Newcastle United up North, but suffered a 2-3 defeat at the St. James’ Park.

That’s our thoughts about the Premier League fixture between West Ham and Everton at the London Stadium in the English capital. Both teams won their last games in the league, so they are obviously in a good shape at the moment.