West Ham v Everton LIVE: Moyes and Lampard face off in relegation battle20th January 2023, 9:31 am Updated: 20th January 2023, West Ham host Everton this weekend in a massive relegation clash as both David Moyes and Frank Lampard fight to save their jobs. The Hammers and the Toffees are 18th and 19th in the Premier League table, so a win for either would be a huge boost. Getty David Moyes is under increasing pressure amid rumours he will be replaced The Irons have won just one of their last ten league games despite heavy investment last summer, leading to rumours Rafael Benitez and Nuno Espirito Santo could soon replace Moyes at the London Stadium.
West Ham are winless in seven Premier League games (D1 L6), last having a longer run without a win between October and December 2017 (8). Since the start of last season, Everton have earned the fewest points of any of the 17 ever-present Premier League sides (54). They’ve won just three of their 28 Premier League away games in that time (D8 L17), fewer even than Fulham (4), who only joined the division this season.
But the Scot remains in charge for now and will need to take three points against his former club. The Toffees meanwhile are in real turmoil on and off the field, with several players confronted by disgruntled fans after a 2-1 home defeat to fellow strugglers Southampton last weekend. And on the pitch, that loss to the Saints meant Frank Lampard’s men have managed just one win in 11 top-flight games. West Ham v Everton: Date and kick-off time This Premier League clash will take place on Saturday, January 21. Kick-off at the London Stadium is scheduled for 3pm. West Ham v Everton: TV channel and talkSPORT coverage Unfortunately, this fixture will not be televised on UK screens due to the 3pm blackout in English football.
Everton have won more Premier League games (28) and scored more Premier League goals (89) against West Ham than they have any other opponent in the competition. If they win this game, the Hammers would be the first team the Toffees have racked up 100 Premier League points against (currently 97). Everton are winless in nine Premier League away games in London (D3 L6), since a 1-0 win at West Ham in May 2021. They last went 10 without a win in the capital between March 2017 and November 2018, a run which ended with a 2-0 win at West Ham. This is the first Premier League meeting between West Ham and Everton with both sides in the relegation zone since February 1995, with Tony Cottee twice giving the Hammers the lead at Upton Park, only for Paul Rideout and Anders Limpar to equalise in a 2-2 draw.
If you go on a little winning run (you pull clear), but it doesn’t look like West Ham are going to do that. “We know a lot of West Ham fans Ray (Parlour) and I, and they’re dismayed at the moment, so I hate to say it, but if they don’t win the game, then I think David could be looking at another job. ” West Ham v Everton: Match facts Following a 2-1 home win last season, West Ham are looking for consecutive home league wins over Everton for the first time since November 1986. Everton are looking to complete a Premier League double over West Ham United for the first time since the 2014-15 season.
However, highlights will be available on the Sky Sports website and app shortly after the end of the match and then later on Match of the Day. talkSPORT will have updates from the London Stadium as part of GameDay Live from 3pm. Adrian Durham will take you through all the goals from the Premier League, EFL and beyond, including West Ham v Everton.
And Gianluca Scamacca is also a doubt after missing training in midweek ahead of this game. But it remains to be seen whether Danny Ings could be handed an immediate debut if his £15million move from Aston Villa is completed in time. Meanwhile, the visitors will be without James Garner and Andros Townsend, but both have returned to individual training. Nathan Patterson will also be absent after sustaining a knee injury against Brighton. But apart from that, the Toffees have a fully fit squad to choose from. Scamacca is a major doubt for this relegation clash West Ham v Everton: What has been said? talkSPORT’s Alan Brazil on Moyes’ future: “It’s so tight down there.
talkSPORT. com will also be on hand for all the best post-match reaction. To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream. You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM. Lampard needs to change Everton’s fortunes or he could lose his job West Ham v Everton: Team news The hosts are still without Maxwell Cornet through injury, while Craig Dawson could miss out after being the subject of a transfer bid from Wolves.
No side has scored fewer first half goals in the Premier League than both Everton and West Ham this season (6 each), with the Hammers the only side yet to score in the opening 15 minutes of matches this term. This will be David Moyes’ 641st Premier League match as a manager, moving level with Harry Redknapp for the joint-third most in the competition’s history (W248 D168 L224). Of managers to take charge of at least 20 Premier League games for West Ham, only Alan Curbishley (37. 1%) has a better win rate with the Hammers than Moyes (36.