Everton have won more Premier League away games at West Ham than against any other opponent, losing just one of their last 13 visits to East London. However, the Toffees are winless in 11 away games having accumulated just six points on the road all season, the lowest in the division.
West Ham United to win and both teams to score NO is 15/8.
West Ham United to win and under 2.5 goals is 3/1.
Michail Antonio is 4/1 to break the deadlock and 5/4 to score anytime.
Will it be a memorable end to the season for West Ham United?
In the Premier League, the Hammers currently sit seventh, despite losing 3-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium a fortnight ago.
This will be enough to ensure the Hammers are back in European competition next season, but finishing even higher isn't out the question at all.
However, for David Moyes' men, it's pretty much all about the UEFA Europa League isn't it?
Last month, despite losing the first leg 1-0 in Spain, they then won 2-0 at home, thereby knocking out record-winners Sevilla.
Thus, the Irons are through to a first European quarter-final since 1981 and host Olympique Lyonnais this forthcoming Thursday.
Whoever wins that will then meet Barcelona or Eintracht Frankfurt for a place in the final.
Of course, there's plenty to look forward to there but, before then, West Ham will be targeting a third consecutive home league win.
Everton meanwhile won the Cup Winners' Cup back in 1985 and were competing in the Europa League as recently as 2017.
However, these continental trips are a distant memory for Everton fans now as their team is looking to avoid a first relegation for 71 years.
Last time out, the Toffees suffered their biggest FA Cup defeat since 1955 as they were humiliatingly demolished 4-0 at Crystal Palace.
But, the Premier League is Frank Lampard's biggest concern right now with his team just one place and three points above the drop zone.
This is despite a last-gasp 1-0 victory over Newcastle in the Blues' last league engagement with Alex Iwobi striking in the 99th minute of that one.
However, under Lampard, they've lost all three Premier League away games and are winless in 11 on the road overall.
This is the Toffees' longest streak since 2017 when they went 16 without an away victory before eventually beating Newcastle.
Coming up on Wednesday, Everton take on relegation rivals Burnley in a pivotal game at Turf Moor.
Here, will West Ham be too strong at the London Stadium?
West Ham United team news
Star man Jarrod Bowen, who's scored 12 goals this season, hobbled off against Liverpool on 5 March and isn't back to full fitness just yet.
Michail Antonio though should be fresh having not travelled to the Caribbean for any of Jamaica's World Cup qualifiers last week.
Andriy Yarmolenko scored the winner against both Aston Villa and Sevilla, despite only scoring twice in his previous 38 appearances before this.
Eight of his last nine appearances have come as a substitute and the Ukrainian international will continue to be an option from the bench.
At right-back, Vladimír Coufal is still out but Ben Johnston has proved to be a more than able deputy.
Manuel Lanzini is suspended for Thursday's home match against Lyon, surely making him a guaranteed starter here.
Everton team news
The visitors are without Andros Townsend who suffered a horrible, season-ending knee injury against former club Crystal Palace a fortnight ago.
Yerry Mina is still out while Allan is suspended following his red card against Newcastle.
However, January arrivals Donny van de Beek and Dele are both available again after missing the trip to Selhurst Park cup-tied.
Nathan Patterson, who started both of Scotland's friendlies last week, is still looking for his Premier League debut, three months after joining.
In attack, Dominic Calvert-Lewin should be fit and raring to go, seeking his first goal since 28 August which came in Everton's last away win.
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