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    Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Admin on Fri 04 Mar 2016, 4:52 pm


    Everton v West Ham preview: Leighton Baines set to be fit despite ankle problem



    Everton could have a problem at left-back with Leighton Baines set to see a specialist about pain in his ankle, while Bryan Oviedo is being assessed after a knock.

    Roberto Martinez still expects Baines to be available, but the England defender hasn't started a game since the end of January.

    The Toffees are targeting back-to-back wins in the Premier League for just the second time this season, having seen off Aston Villa in midweek.



    West Ham, meanwhile, have won both their games this week by 1-0, with Michail Antonio netting both winners, and could go as high as fourth in the table if results go their way this weekend. 

    Team news

    Oviedo is being assessed after sustaining a knock in Tuesday's 3-1 win at Aston Villa, and he could be replaced at left-back by Baines despite his own injury problem.

    Midfielder Tom Cleverley, who missed that match due to illness, will also be assessed ahead of the game, while Muhamed Besic and Darron Gibson could make their returns to action.

    West Ham defender James Collins is set to miss the next three matches with a hamstring problem, starting with Saturday. Collins underwent a scan on the injury sustained in the 1-0 victory over Tottenham on Wednesday and while the results have yet to be confirmed, he is unlikely to appear again until after the next international break.

    Apart from Collins, all the players present in the squad for Spurs will be travelling to Goodison with Victor Moses, Winston Reid (hamstring), Joey O'Brien (hamstring), James Tomkins (calf), Enner Valencia (ankle) and Sam Bryam (suspended) still out.

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    Romelu Lukaku has scored in all seven appearances for Everton against West Ham in all competitions.

    Everton have won 10 and lost none of the last 15 Premier League matches against West Ham.

    Everton have scored in every single match in that 15-game run while the Hammers have only failed to score in three of the matches.

    The Toffees have beaten the Hammers 22 times in the Premier League, more often than they have defeated any other opponent.

    Everton have won just four of their last 16 Premier League matches at Goodison Park (W4 D4 L8).

    West Ham have won just one of their last nine Premier League away matches (W1 D4 L4).

    Lukaku has now scored 17 Premier League goals this season, equalling his best ever tally in 2012/13 (at West Bromwich Albion).

    Aaron Lennon has found the net in four of his last six Premier League games and has never lost a Premier League game that he's scored in (31 games, 27 wins, four draws).

    Merson's prediction

    West Ham have now put themselves in with a shout of the top four. Two weeks ago you would have been thinking that West Ham and Everton have both got the FA Cup to play for, which would have made this game at Goodison Park a 'make sure no one gets injured' job.

    But now West Ham have got a chance of getting in the top four, and so this has become a massive game for them. Everton have got Chelsea in the cup next weekend, but I think they are are a good team and at home they can beat anybody, even a strong side going well like West Ham.

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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  IronDane on Sat 05 Mar 2016, 5:56 am

    Everton cheating bastards away will be a tough one. Payet has to be careful, theyll be going for his legs.

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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Tony P on Sat 05 Mar 2016, 9:49 am

    We have not beaten them home or away since 2007 apparently so I would take a draw. Just hoping that we have a strong ref who doesn't allow the systematic hacking down of our flair players like that idiot did at UP
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    Post  Jiggs on Sat 05 Mar 2016, 12:16 pm

    Until this season we'd not beaten Liverpool at Anfield since 1963, so I'm a little optimistic.
     
    Everton have only won 4 of their last 16 at Goodison Park, but are joint 2nd highest scorers in the prem, scoring 3 times in their 4 most recent games. 
     
    We need to stop Lukaku's and Everton's records against us. Going into each game against them with apprehension and them with bigged up confidence, will not bode well for the future.  Meanwhile, wiping the grin from Martinez's smug mush would be a double bonus.
     
    So, lining up as we did against the squirts in midweek would appear to be the way to go in this game too.

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    Post  Jiggs on Sat 05 Mar 2016, 3:35 pm

    Just like every other match so far.....the Lukaku goal and a couple of dirty fouls from the scouse gits.

    Mirallas off for two yellows....


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    Post  Jiggs on Sat 05 Mar 2016, 5:40 pm

    Where are you all, on the floor?  Lol

    From 2 down with Lukaku sodding up a penalty, to scoring 3 in the last 15 minutes and taking all 3 points from this bunch of dirty scouse gits, is my idea of ecstasy. I'm right up there on cloud 9!

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    Post  Kray JR on Sun 06 Mar 2016, 9:22 am

    Just watching it again.

    Fantastic win but I always have a couple of moans rofl rofl rofl rofl

    The first being wether anyone had some words of advice for Oxford after the first goal, they all seemed to turn away and leave him to himself.

    The other being wtf Alex Song thinking he could win the ball for that dodgy penalty.

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    Post  Tony P on Mon 07 Mar 2016, 7:13 am

    Kray JR wrote:Just watching it again.

    Fantastic win but I always have a couple of moans rofl rofl rofl rofl

    The first being wether anyone had some words of advice for Oxford after the first goal, they all seemed to turn away and leave him to himself.

    The other being wtf Alex Song thinking he could win the ball for that dodgy penalty.

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     I thought that. I feel sure if Ginge had been out there he would have "consoled" him. Having said that, Noble as captain, should have shown leadership and made a point of speaking to him

    As for Song. Words fail me sometimes with him. He seems to think that he is still at the Nou Camp
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    Post  Suzanne Claret on Mon 07 Mar 2016, 8:57 am

    Agreed.

    Had we had Ginge or Reed at CB Lukaku would not have had scored that.

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    Post  Tony P on Mon 07 Mar 2016, 8:38 pm

    Suzanne Claret wrote:Agreed.

    Had we had Ginge or Reed at CB Lukaku would not have had scored that.

    I am not convinced. Lukaku got between Reid and Tomkins when he scored Everton's equaliser at UP earlier in the season. He is just a top striker. Oxford was a bit naive in his positioning but he is only 17. I was disappointed that no senior players went straight up to him after Lukaku scored to give him a gee up
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    Post  Kray JR on Mon 07 Mar 2016, 8:43 pm

    Tony P wrote:
    Kray JR wrote:Just watching it again.

    Fantastic win but I always have a couple of moans rofl rofl rofl rofl

    The first being wether anyone had some words of advice for Oxford after the first goal, they all seemed to turn away and leave him to himself.

    The other being wtf Alex Song thinking he could win the ball for that dodgy penalty.

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     I thought that. I feel sure if Ginge had been out there he would have "consoled" him. Having said that, Noble as captain, should have shown leadership and made a point of speaking to him

    As for Song. Words fail me sometimes with him. He seems to think that he is still at the Nou Camp


    It reminded me of lead boots failure to give any words of comfort to Tomkins in his younger days dude.

    Id like to think that somebody offered Reece some words of comfort out of our view.
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Tony P on Mon 07 Mar 2016, 9:10 pm

    Kray JR wrote:
    Tony P wrote:
    Kray JR wrote:Just watching it again.

    Fantastic win but I always have a couple of moans rofl rofl rofl rofl

    The first being wether anyone had some words of advice for Oxford after the first goal, they all seemed to turn away and leave him to himself.

    The other being wtf Alex Song thinking he could win the ball for that dodgy penalty.

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     I thought that. I feel sure if Ginge had been out there he would have "consoled" him. Having said that, Noble as captain, should have shown leadership and made a point of speaking to him

    As for Song. Words fail me sometimes with him. He seems to think that he is still at the Nou Camp


    It reminded me of lead boots failure to give any words of comfort to Tomkins in his younger days dude.

    Id like to think that somebody offered Reece some words of comfort out of our view.
    I hope so dude
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    Re: Everton V West Ham United FC

    Post  Suzanne Claret on Tue 08 Mar 2016, 9:02 am

    I have no doubt that Oxford was spoken too after the game, wouldn't surprise me at all if it was Bilic.

    Terry Westly told us at the last SAB meeting that every player outside the adult squad has a development plan, each player has a 1-2-1 type meeting every week to discuss where they are at, Oxford is no exception. His inclusion in the senior squad is due to injuries and the club won't 'risk' his confidence by not talking to him about the game.

    His substitution was tactical as Everton had gone down to 10 men and not to do at all with his defending. That, imo, would be me made clear to him.
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    Post  Jiggs on Tue 08 Mar 2016, 11:16 am

    Cheers Suzanne.  It's great to have confirmation that the club is looking after it's prized assets.


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    Post  Suzanne Claret on Tue 08 Mar 2016, 12:44 pm

    I was supprised at how much Jiggs.  Someone from West Ham watches all the games our loanees are involoved with and meet with them every week too.

    They send players to variouse clubs depending on what area of their game needs to be worked on.  One lad went out on loan because he was too shy, needed to be pushed to interact with others more.
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    Post  JulianDicksLeftKnee on Tue 08 Mar 2016, 1:27 pm

    Suzanne Claret wrote:I was supprised at how much Jiggs.  Someone from West Ham watches all the games our loanees are involoved with and meet with them every week too.

    They send players to variouse clubs depending on what area of their game needs to be worked on.  One lad went out on loan because he was too shy, needed to be pushed to interact with others more.
    I bet that was Ravel Morrison wasn't it? No?
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    Post  Tony P on Tue 08 Mar 2016, 7:03 pm

    Suzanne Claret wrote:I have no doubt that Oxford was spoken too after the game, wouldn't surprise me at all if it was Bilic.

    Terry Westly told us at the last SAB meeting that every player outside the adult squad has a development plan, each player has a 1-2-1 type meeting every week to discuss where they are at, Oxford is no exception. His inclusion in the senior squad is due to injuries and the club won't 'risk' his confidence by not talking to him about the game.

    His substitution was tactical as Everton had gone down to 10 men and not to do at all with his defending.  That, imo, would be me made clear to him.

    We were referring to immediately after Lukaku scored Su
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