Everton needs to beat West Ham otherwise, the team from Goodison might be in serious trouble when talking about their relegation status. As for West Ham, they have very low chances of reaching one of the spots that lead to the international stage, but the Hammers have no other option but to push forward and hope for the best.

Before Betting on Everton vs. West Ham

The Toffees have been on a cold streak in recent times, failing to win in the previous six matches. The only positive thing in this matter is only two defeats, though having four ties is not a big comfort to their fans. But that’s Everton under Sean Dyche.

Four events during this stretch have seen both teams netting, but only two ended with over 2.5 goals. Everton is sluggish at home these days, winning only one event at Goodison in the last seven, and even that win was in the FA Cup, not the Premiership.

After eight encounters in a row, West Ham finally won. They were better than Brentford at their London Stadium, 4-2, interrupting a stretch that saw them losing in three straight meetings, during which David Moyes’ gang allowed 11 and scored zero goals. 

The Hammers have been terrible on the road lately, losing three of the most recent four outings and adding one tie in the process. In the last three meetings, this unit allowed at least two goals, while we haven’t seen them score over the previous 180 minutes. 

Everton vs. West Ham Premier League Offshore Betting Odds

Offshore Sportsbook Everton Draw West Ham

The Toffees are not in the position to wait and calculate, meaning they need to be a bit more aggressive than usual. West Ham has no pressure on its back despite the chase for the top of the standings. Both teams have unstable defenses, which is why we bet on both teams netting in this game.