It’s the biggest game of the season for both West Ham United and Everton this weekend when the two meet inside the relegation zone at the London Stadium as David Moyes and Frank Lampard become the new favourites to get sacked next in the Premier League.
A loss for one of these managers could spell the end for them at their respective clubs, as both Moyes and Lampard have been under fire all season long with reports growing stronger by the week regarding their dismissals.
Ahead of this gargantuan clash, both are in the bottom three with 15 points, but West Ham are just above the Toffees because of just one less goal conceded - they have both registered a terrible record of just 15 goals scored.
The West Ham faithful will be growing in confidence after the capture of Danny Ings from Aston Villa this week, but he has signed too late to play in this game. The Hammers also lost last time out to Wolverhampton Wanderers to make it four games without a win in the league since the World Cup.
Everton have won only three games in the league this season and after losing to Southampton, many fans at Goodison Park are now starting to feel as if this is the year they go down. Should they lose here, there would be barely an argument against that.