Team News:

Everton (7th, 45 points)

John Stones is expected to come in for the injured Phil Jagielka, while on loan striker Lacina Traore misses out with a hamstring problem.

Romelu Lukaku returns to the side following an ankle injury.

West Ham United (10th, 31 points)

Andy Carroll is available again after serving a three match suspension.

Marco Borrielo is doubtful with a calf problem, but Guy Demel should have recovered from tonsillitis in time to feature.

Last 10 meetings:

21 Sep 2013Premier LeagueBoleyn GroundL 3-2
12 May 2013Premier LeagueGoodison ParkL 2-0
22 Dec 2012Premier LeagueBoleyn GroundL 2-1
22 Jan 2011Premier LeagueGoodison ParkD 2-2
28 Dec 2010Premier LeagueBoleyn GroundD 1-1
4 Apr 2010Premier LeagueGoodison ParkD 2-2
8 Nov 2009Premier LeagueBoleyn GroundL 2-1
16 May 2009Premier LeagueGoodison ParkL 3-1
08 Nov 2008Premier LeagueBoleyn GroundL 3-1



Match in Numbers:

11 – Everton are unbeaten in their last 11 meetings with the Hammers

4 – There have been four red cards in the last four Premier League meetings between the sides

3 – The Toffees have lost three of their last four top-flight games

4 – West Ham are on a run of four consecutive Premier League victories

13 – West Ham’s 13 clean sheets so far this season is the highest in the Premier League

6 – Everton have conceded six penalties this season, which is the join highest in the top-flight

1 – Roberto Martinez’s side have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 league games

5 – Kevin Nolan has scored five goals in his last four games for the Hammers

41 – Forty one per cent of the goals West Ham have conceded this season have been from set-pieces

Head-to-Head (all competitions):

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