Everton vs West Ham
Goodison Park will be jam-packed on Sunday as Everton take on West Ham.
West Ham remain the only club in the Premier League with zero points this season.
Despite spending over 100 million pounds in the summer, the Hammers have lost all four opening Premier League matches of the campaign.
Unsurprisingly, West Ham are bottom of the league.
As for Everton, they are seventh. Marco Silva’s men have seven points on the board, while the Toffees remain unbeaten this season.
Everton may have 12 players out vs West Ham
Everton have some major selection headaches before the Irons clash.
Marco Silva could be missing up to 12 players this weekend.
Richarlison will definitely miss the West Ham game as he completes his three match suspension.
Everton also have a long list of long term absentees.
They include James McCarthy (calf), Michael Keane (hairline fracture of the skull), Phil Jagielka (cartilage injury) and Andre Gomes (hamstring).
Yerry Mina is still waiting to make his Everton debut as he nurses an ankle injury. Beni Baningime also has an ankle problem.
Idrissa Gana Gueye is a doubt against West Ham with a knee issue. Summer signing Bernard is questionable with a muscular Injury.
Also on the injury watch list are Theo Walcott (abdominal injury) and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin is an early doubt for the game against West Ham having limped off just 9 minutes after his introduction for #ENG under-21s in Latvia this evening. Everton could potentially be without up-to 12 players for Sunday’s game. #EFC
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) September 11, 2018
Finally, Seamus Coleman appears to be set for another spell on the sidelines.
Sounds like Seamus Coleman is out of the Denmark and Wales games next month. Martin O’Neill told RTE radio after game tonight that scan on injury that kept him out revealed stress fracture.
— emmet malone (@emmetmalone) September 11, 2018