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FT: It's all over at Goodison Park and Everton are 1-0 winners as second-half substitute Romelu Lukaku converted Leighton Baines' low cross. The Toffees were good value for their lead and climb to sixth in the Premier League. 1-0.
Leighton Baines goes into the book after tugging on Andy Carroll's arm before tripping the big striker. Free-kick to West Ham in a decent crossing position. Noble and Downing eye it.
Everton make their final change as Steven Naismith leaves the field to a standing ovation as Ross Barkley takes his place.
GOAL! Romelu Lukaku breaks the deadlock to give Everton the lead, firing home from Baines' cut-back. 1-0.
West Ham make their final change of the day as Winston Reid replaces Guy Demel who has had a strong afternoon.
McGeady enters the field and replaces the impressive Deulofeu for Everton.
West Ham make their second change of the afternoon as Matt Jarvis is replaces by Mohamed Diame.
Everton make the substitution before the corner is taken as Lukaku replaces Osman.
HT: The referee signals for half-time and it's all square at Goodison Park. Everton have had the better of the play but they have been frustrated in front of goal and West Ham have gradually worked their way back into this. 0-0.
James Tomkins is the first to enter the book for a challenge on McCarthy. That seemed a bit harsh and his captain, Nolan, certainly thinks so.
Andy Carroll replaces Carlton Cole in a straight swap up front. Cole looks a bit bemused with that decision.
A final email before kick-off and James Newton says: 'Poppy, a blue from a roof top bar in sunny London, says that a gem of a goal from Deulofeu and a late one from Naismith will put struggling West Ham in their place?'
On Twitter, Cammy (@steelcammy) says: 'I think the home side should dominate this and end West ham's good form, even without Lukaku!'
If you're fancying a flutter this afternoon, our friends over at Sky Bet have it covered. An Everton win seems to be popular among those emailing in and that is priced at 4/9, but a West Ham win at 6/1 seems very generous considering their good form. There's been a couple of shouts for Everton to win 2-1 and that also looks good at 7/1.
Also on the email, Dan Ferrie is another who thinks it will be a home win: 'Sitting in work hoping for an Everton win to cheer me up after a busy day! West Ham have been brilliant recently but I'm going for a 2-1 win for the Toffee's. Nolan for them and Deulofeu & Lukaku with the goals for us.'
Thanks to Stewart MacLaren who has emailed in from 'a warm & windy Torrevieja in Spain'. He says: 'Everton will beat West Ham 2-1 at Goodison Park this afternoon with good goals from Leighton Baines & Gerard Deulofeu.' While Paul Brown says: 'I'm going for a 3-1 win to Everton in memory of Dixie Dean.'
Meanwhile on Twitter, Ryan Harman (@harmann03) says: 'Personally think it will be a 2-1 either way, both teams in good form. Should be a cracker #COYI.'
Via email, Tom Weisner says: 'Everton have a weaker than usual starting line up, their bench is worrying though with the likes of Lukaku, Barkley and Mirallas. West Ham have a fully available squad. This means it will be 1-1.'
Rich Gregory is also backing a home win on the email. He says: 'Shame Lukaku couldn't start but Deulofeu is due his chance. Everton to win 3-1 with goals from Naismith, Deulofeu and Lukaku sub!! COYB.'
Thanks to Bernadette Cranny who has emailed in saying: 'This will be a very competitive match but I see my team Everton winning 2-1. Would have preferred Mirallas to start and I'm sure Lukaku will come on for 30mins in the second half. COYB!!'
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