West Ham will return to Premier League action tomorrow for the first time in 2 weeks, after matches were postponed last week due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Last time the Hammers played in the league, they controversially lost 2-1 to London rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
This time out, they travel to Merseyside to face fellow strugglers Everton, who are one of two teams who are yet to win a league game this season.
West Ham come into the game in good spirits following their 3-2 win in the Conference League group stage on Thursday night, and fans will be hoping for another 3 point’s tomorrow.
Last season, West Ham did the double over Everton, beating them 1-0 at Goodison Park before a 2-1 win at the London Stadium later in the season.
David Moyes will be hoping for a happy return to Goodison Park, where he spent 11 years as Everton manager. When questioned on his time at Everton prior to the game, he said, “I always have huge thanks and good feelings for Everton Football Club, but obviously I am manager of West Ham and I will be trying to win the game”.
There’s a familiar face for West Ham fans in the opposite dugout, former player Frank Lampard. This adds an extra incentive for Hammers fans to win tomorrow, as it is safe to say Lampard is not a fan favourite.
The game is available in the UK on Sky Sports, with kick off at 2:15pm tomorrow.