Yes, there is a game on Sunday. Everton face West Ham in a game that will be completely over shone by the loss of David Moyes this week to Manchester United. It is also Phil Neville’s last home game at Goodison and the final game of the season, which could confirm the most successful home record in the premier league era for the Blues.
Not much was talked about in David Moyes’ press conference other than his time at Everton. Injury questions were avoided. Phil Neville is likely to play a small part if he’s even 10% fit. Other than that it can only be assumed that the squad is in full health.
James Tomkins and George McCartney are the injuries that West Ham boss Sam Allardyce will have to work around.
Andy Carroll has really dominated Everton in the two times he has faced the Toffees. David Moyes will have to make sure Phil Jagielka and Sylvain Distin are ready for the physical battle.
Sam Allardyce always has his teams strong on set pieces. Things haven’t changed in charge of West Ham. Everton have been a bit suspect at set pieces at times this season and will hopefully have been working on it in training this week.
Everton Predicted Line Up
Coleman Jagielka Distin Baines
Mirallas Fellaini Pienaar
West Ham Predicted Line Up
Demel Collins Reid O’Brien
Vaz-Te O’Neil Diame Jarvis
Referee: Mike Jones
Assistant referee: D Richards
Assistant referee: R West
Fourth official: S Attwell