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Thread: West Ham v Everton -22nd April-Kick Off-3pm

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    West Ham v Everton -22nd April-Kick Off-3pm

    West Ham drew last game 2-2 at Sunderland and are now almost safe.
    Everton beat Burnley 3-1 in last match and are on course for Europa .
    Toffees always beat Hammers and Lukaku always scores against us.

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    Everton are looking really good at the moment as well so a far from ideal time to be playing them.

    not holding out much hope as we limp to the finish line.

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    Andy Carroll out injured again!

    Looks like Andre Ayew will have to play up front on his own

    Winston Reid should be back in defence.

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    Yeah, I have this as an Everton win, a little bit in and out but pretty strong at home. They still have something to play for, in terms of potential EL qualification, West Ham just need to ensure safety.

    Everton 3 West Ham 1
    He's magic you kno-oow, Mauricio Poch-ett-ino!

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    FT

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Looks like Bilic was reading my forum posts
    as he dropped Randolph and brought back Adrian in goal.

    We also managed to end Lukaku's run of scoring
    against us in 9 consecutive PL matches in a row.

    Hammers only 7 points above bottom 3 with 4 matches left
    Still could go down....Still not happy with Slaven Bilic.

    Only 1 WIN in last 5 PL matches is just NOT good enough....

    We also didn't have a SINGLE English player in todays line up
    which is a fecking DISGRACE.

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    aside from a nervy first 20 mins or so I thought we played well and were the more likely to take all three points. Collins had Lukaku in his pocket and they barely threatened whereas we had a number of decent chances, although this may not be reflected in the 'shots' stats because of the nature of those chances.

    my man of the match though was Masuaku. he was simply immense. a surprise inclusion with Cresswell on the bench but he was everywhere with an abundance of energy, flair and tenacity. more than justified his starting position and Cresswell will be concerned given his own patchy form.

    the difference in our side once Sakho came on was obvious. an energetic frontman suits our play far more than Carroll and he caused them problems repeatedly through chasing lost causes and making runs beyond them.

    not a brilliant result but not a bad one either - our first 0-0 at home this season. plenty of positives to take into the remaining games - I fancy us to beat Spurs at home. you heard it here first.

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    My mate said that the half time entertainment provided
    by West Ham fan Pixie Lott was more exciting than the actual game!
    She was wearing some very tight shorts!

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