Toffees hoping to prove too sticky for Hammers

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2022/23 English Premier League

Matchday 8

Everton v West Ham United

Goodison Park
Liverpool, England
Sunday, 18 September 2022
Kick-off is at 13h00  
Everton will go in search of their first Premier League victory of the season when West Ham visit Goodison Park on Sunday, September 18.
The Toffees picked up their fourth point of the new campaign when they held fierce rivals Liverpool to a goalless draw in the 241st Merseyside derby on September 3.
It was a fourth stalemate in succession for Frank Lampard's side, who lost their opening two games and occupy 16th place in the standings with a superior goal difference keeping them out of the relegation zone.

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On-loan Wolves defender Conor Coady is convinced the Merseysiders will be celebrating a win soon enough as he believes they are making steady progress under Lampard.
"We created a lot of chances against a top team and we'll go again," Coady told the club's official website. "I think everyone can see now we're improving.
"We're listening to the manager, we've signed some fantastic characters in the past couple of days in Gana [Idrissa Gueye] and Jimmy [Garner] and we need to keep on improving, it's as simple as that.
"We've given absolutely everything these past few weeks and the win will come. We are getting stronger as a team, as a football club, and we'll keep on working.

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"Everyone who understands football can see that we're moving in the right direction. It's the Premier League, it's hard to win football games. You've got to graft and graft and graft to win matches and we are doing that."
The Hammers are also struggling for results this term and find themselves third from bottom after winning just one of their six outings to date.
A 2-1 defeat at the hands of London neighbours Chelsea last time out halted a two-match unbeaten run for David Moyes' team, who are looking to get the better of Everton for the third time in succession.

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Irons defender Vladimír Coufal felt the Blues were there for the taking and has urged his team-mates to stay positive as he has faith in the project under Moyes.
"I am disappointed because we could kill the game maybe, but we conceded a goal instead," Coufal said. "I don't think [we switched off]. There was a misunderstanding maybe for the first goal and the second goal there was a cross and we did not cover the player. It is difficult.
"We can take many positives from this game. We are building something new; we are trying to play a different way than how we played in the last two seasons."

Head-to-Head (Last Five Premier League Meetings)

Matches - 5
Everton - 1
West Ham - 3
Draws - 1

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Published: 09/15/2022