West Ham United host Everton in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon (13:00), and the Hammers will be looking to bounce back from their defeat to Olympiacos in the Europa League on Thursday.

Here are some of the best markets on offer in this top-flight clash.

West Ham vs Everton Betting Tips

  • Draw and both teams to score – 16/5
  • Edson Alvarez to be shown a card – 6/4

Match Odds

West Ham are valued at 11/10 to win this clash. You can back a draw at the London Stadium at 13/5, while a win for Everton is priced at 9/4.

Although both teams to score has landed just once in the last six meetings between the two sides, we are expecting both of them to get on the scoresheet this weekend, which is on offer at 4/7.

Over 2.5 goals in this fixture is valued at 4/6 but over 3.5 goals offers better value at 7/4.

Team News

The Hammers have no fresh injury concerns heading into the weekend, but key personnel who were rested in Europe will likely come back into the lineup, such as Jarrod Bowen and Kurt Zouma.

Ashley Young will serve his one-game suspension for Everton on Sunday, while Seamus Coleman and Andre Gomes are out injured for the Toffees.

Draw and both teams to score @ 16/5

West Ham are winless in their last three game across all competitions, and we expect this run to continue against Everton on Sunday. Although the Toffees lost 2-0 to rivals Liverpool at Anfield last weekend, they turned in a respectable performance and created some good chances.

The Hammers were poor in their defeat to Aston Villa last weekend and Everton will sense an opportunity to head down to the capital and pick up some points. If we had to call it, this games feels very much set up to finish 2-2, which is priced at 11/1.

Edson Alvarez to be shown a card @ 6/4

While Mexican midfielder Edson Alvarez has been a shrewd addition to West Ham’s midfield, his aggressive style has seen him go into the book four times already this season in the Premier League.

Sean Dyche will undoubtedly set up his Everton side to frustrate West Ham on their own turf on Sunday, and this will make the midfield battle crucial in deciding the result of this match. Dyche and his players will look to draw Alvarez in knowing his disciplinary record and the midfielder might just get pulled into a trap.

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