Match: West Ham vs Everton
League: English Premier League
Date: Saturday, 18 January 2020
Kick-off at 15:00 UK/ 16:00 CET
Venue: Olympic Stadium (London).
West Ham vs Everton: Everton may be on the road, but after a series of difficult opponents, the Toffees finally have the opportunity to face lighter rivals. Of course, Carlo Ancelotti and his men will try to make the most of this opportunity. Add to the current West Ham fights, and Everton will become an even more favorite.
The last time the two met, the Toffees won 2-0.
15 of the previous 18 wins were won by Carlo Ancelotti’s men.
Eight of the last nine victories on this site have been won by guests.
In the past 13 years, West Ham has won only once on this site.
West Ham was on tour the last day of the game, and the phenomenal Sheffield United defeated him with a narrow 1-0 score.
Elsewhere, Everton recorded a tie at home for the same score. Here, the only goal was scored by Brazilian end Richarlison.
As for the result of this Saturday, Everton easily wins the lead. First, they go through a period of better form.
To cite a statistic, the team had won three of their last four league games, and this defeat had occurred against Manchester City. Continuing, they were also undefeated in seven of their last nine general games, and the two losses came against Liverpool and Manchester City.
On the other hand, West Ham failed to win in 13 of its previous 17 games in all competitions, and lost 11 shameful.
At home, they had lost four of their previous five games and conceded three or more goals in three of those five and two or more goals in four of the five.
In addition, the team had a total of only three home wins in their PL campaign, and two of those three came against Bournemouth and Norwich, teams 19 and 20 at the table.
In addition, they are placed just one point above the relegation zone, and are also one of the worst teams in front of the local audience in the entire league.
In addition, Everton won 15 of the previous 18 h2h wins, as well as eight of the last nine at this stage. In addition, since 2007, West Ham has only managed to win the Toffees in this field.
Given all these observations, it is easy to deduce that Everton, who thrives under his new foreman Carlo Ancelotti, will easily come to victory on Saturday. To be careful, we will opt for Double Chance and Handicap.