Probable Lineups

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Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(58) 47 Goals 29 (40)
(40) 35 Assists 18 (18)
(6.5) 6.8 Average Ratings 6.8 (6.5)
28.5 Average Age 25.6
182.5 Average Height (cm) 185.5
(0.8) 1.1 Shots pg 1.1 (1.1)
(50%) 51% Aerial Duel Success 57% (54%)
(0.8) 0.7 Dribbles pg 0.5 (0.5)
(1.3) 1.1 Tackles pg 1.3 (1.5)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

West Ham
Everton
Player Reason Status Rating
Emerson Out 6.78
Vladimír Coufal Doubtful 6.58
Player Reason Status Rating
Séamus Coleman Out 6.36
Dele Alli Out N/A
André Gomes Out 6.22
Ashley Young Out 6.4

Team News

West Ham
Everton
  • David Moyes could be without both of his first-choice full-backs here, with Emerson suspended after collecting five yellow cards, and Vladimir Coufal a minor doubt.
  • The West Ham boss could be tempted to make an attacking switch after two defeats in the space of a week.
  • Seamus Coleman, Dele Alli and Andre Gomes will miss out through injury.
  • After being sent off in the first half of last weekend's Merseyside derby, Ashley Young will miss out here.

Prediction

  • After a promising start to the campaign, David Moyes' side are now without a win in their last three matches, and were comfortably beaten at Villa Park last Sunday.
  • Matters were made worse for the Hammers in midweek when they fell to defeat against Olympiacos, putting an end to their 17-match unbeaten run in European competition.
  • After a revival in form, Everton were brought back down to Earth at Anfield last weekend by Mohamed Salah.
  • Sean Dyche's side defended strongly for the most part and will count themselves unlucky not to have been playing against 10 men for much of the second half, so confidence should remain high.
  • West Ham have won three of their last four meetings with the Toffees, and could make it four from five here.
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User Predictions

Comments (16)

 
  • OK, apparently West Ham are bang average.

  • According to understat, Everton have only scored 9 goals from an XG of 17.66 (greatest difference in the league) and West Ham have conceded only 16 goals from an XA of 20.04 (second greatest difference in league). Basically it shouldn't be surprising that Everton have scored due to regression to the mean.

  • @MEHJones Can you share more light on this. What does XG mean, and how can it make my analysis better. You can point me to a write up on it. Thank you.

  • @DanielTobi0 The Athletic have done some good videos on it which you can find on YouTube. It's essentially a measure of chance quality based on the location a shot is taken from and sometimes other factors (e.g. number of player in front of the goal, goalkeeper location, which part of the body used to hit the ball). It's not brilliant for predicting the outcome of one match but it's a good measure of form over 8-12 matches.

  • Draw

  • West Ham Win.

  • West Ham win.

  • X2

  • 8 of 9 WestHam’s games this season had both the teams found back of the net. I have also noticed, 8 of 9 in WestHam games had a goal in both the halves. | BTTS & o2.5 - 1.89

  • Bet W1

  • 2-1 hammers to win

  • The Premier League want Everton to be given a huge points deduction if they are found guilty of breaching financial fair play rules.

  • 3-1 westham

  • West Ham have scored in every EPL game this season.