Everton beat an out-of-form and weary West Ham to take all three points at London Stadium on Sunday.
The Toffees, who are mourning the death of longtime chairman Bill Kenwright, who passed away Oct. 23 at the age of 78 and was the club’s longest-serving chairman, won 1-0 thanks to a second-half goal from Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
West Ham had numerous chances in the first half but couldn’t make their possession count and Calvert-Lewin went close to scoring a second late on but rattled the frame of the goal. The Irons are now winless in their last four games across all competitions and David Moyes is under pressure after a summer of big spending after Declan Rice’s departure has failed to see the Hammers advance their playing style.
They sit on 14 points for the season. Everton and Sean Dyche have a possible points deduction hanging over them but have really improved in recent weeks and after three wins from their last five games they have now moved on to 10 points for the season.