Premier League Preview: West Ham vs Everton Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Oct 29)
- West Ham bidding to end two-game winless run at the London Stadium
- Everton looking to bounce back after Merseyside Derby defeat
West Ham United and Everton clash in the Premier League on Sunday, with both teams looking to get back on track after suffering defeats in their previous matches. The Toffees would have taken positives from their performance against Liverpool, despite slipping to a defeat.
How To Watch
- When: Sunday, October 29, 2023, at 8:00 a.m ET
- Where: London Stadium, London, England
- How To Watch: NBC
A difficult run of results for West Ham has seen the Hammers drop to ninth in the league standings. They have landed just a single victory over their last five matches, and they suffered a third defeat over that period in the latest round of matches in the Premier League last weekend.
Everton continue to flirt with the relegation places at this stage of the season, as they sit just three points above the bottom three. The Toffees have won two of their previous four, and they were slightly unfortunate in terms of refereeing decisions at Anfield before falling to a 2-0 defeat against Liverpool last weekend.
West Have have a fine recent record in this fixture, as they have landed victories in four of their last six against the Toffees. That is as many victories as they had recorded in their previous 24 in the Premier League. But, Everton have recorded more away wins against the Hammers than they have against any other side.
The Hammers have been in excellent scoring form in the league over their last eleven, as they have scored at least once in every match over that period. Meanwhile, they have lost just three of their 14 matches at the London Stadium, with all losses coming against sides that finished last season in the top five.
West Ham vs Everton Prediction
The trends certainly point to a home win this weekend. However, the fact that the Hammers come into this fixture after a demanding European tie could be overlooked. Therefore, a chance is taken on Everton to get back in the win column on Sunday.