Lineups

Everton

( 4-3-3 )

  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 2. J. Kenny

    42'
  • 5. M. Keane

  • 18. N. Nkounkou

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

  • 8. F. Delph

  • 19. J. Rodríguez

  • 6. Allan

    69'
  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal Goal Goal

  • 7. Richarlison Goal

    61'

Substitutes

  • 0. J. Lössl

  • 23. S. Coleman

    42'
  • 13. Y. Mina

  • 26. T. Davies

  • 17. A. Iwobi

    61'
  • 16. A. Doucouré

    69'
  • 20. Bernard

England - EFL Cup

11' D. Calvert-Lewin 11' Goal 11'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin 46' R. Snodgrass 46' Goal 46'   Snodgrass R. Snodgrass 56' Richarlison 56' Goal 56'   Richarlison Richarlison 78' D. Calvert-Lewin 78' Goal 78'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin 84' D. Calvert-Lewin 84' Goal 84'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin
Everton

Everton

4 - 1

West Ham United

West Ham United

  • 11
    1 - 0
  • HT
    1 - 0
  • 46'
    1 - 1
  • 56
    2 - 1
  • 78
    3 - 1
  • 84
    4 - 1
  • Date: 30/09/2020
  • Time: 19:45
  • Venue: Goodison Park
  • Referee: Darren England
Carabao Cup Betting Tips: Everton v West Ham

Date published: 9/29/2020 1:13:50 PM

Carabao Cup Betting Tips: Everton v West Ham

Wednesday evening sees one of three all-Premier League clashes in the Carabao Cup as Everton host West Ham United.

Everton have made it five wins in a row to kick off the new season, taking nine points from nine available in the Premier League and progressing through the first two rounds of this competition, unruffled against lower-league sides Salford (3-0) and Fleetwood (5-2) as Carlo Ancelotti rang in the changes and used his squad to the fullest. 

 

West Ham, in contrast, got off to a much slower start, losing their opening two league games to Newcastle and Arsenal, before producing an exceptional 4-0 victory over Wolves on Sunday night that few saw coming. 

 

David Moyes remains self-isolating and has left the capable Alan Irvine on the sidelines in his place, but he’ll be delighted with their latest performance, while their cup wins over Charlton (3-0) and Hull (5-1) to make it this far also offered signs of improvement. 

 

Both managers are expected to field semi-rotated XIs for this cup clash, with plenty of attacking firepower on show. Everton forward Richarlison scored twice in the last round at Fleetwood, while his strike partner Dominic Calvert-Lewin leads the Premier League scoring charts with five goals from three appearances so far. 

 

For the visitors, Sebastian Haller has scored two goals in each of the last two rounds and came off the bench to score their fourth over Wolves on Sunday. 

 

Paddy Power make Calvert-Lewin the favourite to score anytime here, at 1/1, while Richarlison is behind at 6/5, with Haller is priced at a generous 5/2 anytime and 13/2 first goalscorer - one to consider after the Frenchman’s start to the season. 

Neither of these clubs have dominated this fixture in recent years; there’s been three Everton wins, two West Ham wins and one draw from the last six clashes between them - the most recent of which was a 1-1 at the London Stadium in January.

 

We recommend backing Everton to continue their hot streak here. They’ve made an excellent start to the season with five straight wins, while Ancelotti fielding Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin against League One side Fleetwood last week is a signpost that he’s taking this competition seriously. 

 

We recommend going for a narrow 2-1 victory here, just as they managed over Crystal Palace on Saturday. That’s priced at 13/2 with Betfair Sportsbook 

 

*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

 

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Match Information

  • EFL Cup
  • Round 4
  • Goodison Park
  • Darren England
  • 30 Sep, 19:45

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Lineups

Everton
(4-3-3)
West Ham United
(3-4-3)
  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 2. J. Kenny

    42'
  • 5. M. Keane

  • 18. N. Nkounkou

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

  • 8. F. Delph

  • 19. J. Rodríguez

  • 6. Allan

    69'
  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal Goal Goal

  • 7. Richarlison Goal

    61'

Substitutes

  • 0. J. Lössl

  • 23. S. Coleman

    42'
  • 13. Y. Mina

  • 26. T. Davies

  • 17. A. Iwobi

    61'
  • 16. A. Doucouré

    69'
  • 20. Bernard

  • 35. D. Randolph

  • 3. A. Cresswell

  • 4. F. Balbuena

  • 16. M. Noble

  • 10. M. Lanzini

  • 41. D. Rice

  • 11. R. Snodgrass Goal

  • 31. B. Johnson

  • 8. Felipe Anderson

  • 7. A. Yarmolenko

  • 22. S. Haller

Substitutes

  • 0. N. Trott

  • 21. A. Ogbonna

  • 26. A. Masuaku

  • 50. H. Ashby

  • 18. Pablo Fornals

  • 28. T. Souček

  • 20. J. Bowen

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Everton v West Ham United

    Everton v West Ham United - Match Report

    Date published: 9/30/2020 11:20:48 PM

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin continues hot streak with hat-trick in Everton’s cup win

    <p>The striker took his goal tally for the season to eight.</p>

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin sent another reminder to Gareth Southgate on the eve of the England squad announcement as his hat-trick powered Everton into the last eight of the Carabao Cup with a 4-1 win over West Ham.

    The 23-year-old opening the scoring 11 minutes in and then made sure of victory with two more late on after Robert Snodgrass levelled and Richarlison restored Everton’s lead.

    Richarlison would hobble off on the hour after an earlier injury for Jonjoe Kenny, the only blemish on the night for the Toffees as they made it six wins out of six to start the campaign.

    Southgate is due to name his squad on Thursday for upcoming games against Wales, Belgium and Denmark, and Calvert-Lewin must be firmly in the frame for a first senior cap after moving on to eight goals from five games.

    The Goodison Park trophy cabinet was last restocked in 1995 with the FA Cup and Charity Shield, but there is a different feel around the club after nine points from nine in the league, and they will be taken seriously in Thursday’s draw for the quarter-finals.

    Carlo Ancelotti’s new-look side would welcome some silverware as a sign of progress but also of intent, and there was plenty of the latter in the Italian’s team selection as he included James Rodriguez, Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin in a strong side.

    Michael Keane turned on some unexpected style to spin away from Manuel Lanzini before chipping a ball that all too easily floated over the West Ham defence, allowing Calvert-Lewin to take a touch before nonchalantly poking it beyond Darren Randolph.

    Everton v West Ham United – Carabao Cup – Fourth Round – Goodison Park
    Dominic Calvert-Lewin opened the scoring (Peter Byrne/PA)

    West Ham, still under former Everton winger Alan Irvine as David Moyes self-isolates, made eight changes from Sunday’s 4-0 win over West Ham but the likes of Mark Noble and Sebastien Haller were hardly novices.

    Even so, Everton attacked with confidence time and again, able to cut through the visitors.

    They might have added to the score before the break, but Randolph pushed a Richarlison shot on to the roof of the net after a good ball from the outstanding Allan, while the Brazilian was also denied by the assistant’s flag.

    For all Everton’s dominance in the first half, West Ham caught them cold in the second as they needed only 25 seconds to level the match.

    Everton v West Ham United – Carabao Cup – Fourth Round – Goodison Park
    Robert Snodgrass levelled the scores (Alex Livesey/PA)

    Anderson pulled the ball back for Snodgrass on the edge of the area and the Scot bent the ball beyond goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

    It was only a brief reprieve. Richarlison had hit a post and Gylfi Sigurdsson brought a sharp save from Randolph before the hosts went back in front in the 56th minute, when Richarlison was allowed time and space to cut in from the left before a big deflection off Declan Rice saw his shot beat the goalkeeper.

    It would be Richarlison’s last meaningful contribution however as he was hurt trying to tackle Ben Johnson, and hobbled off on the hour to be replaced by Alex Iwobi.

    Everton v West Ham United – Carabao Cup – Fourth Round – Goodison Park
    Richarlison’s injury is a concern for Everton (Peter Byrne/PA)

    Lanzini should have done better when Andriy Yarmolenko teed him up at the far post while Pickford had to make a strong save from Haller’s acrobatic effort 15 minutes from time.

    However, Calvert-Lewin would kill off the tie as he bundled home after Alex Iwobi’s shot hit the post with 12 minutes left.

    The fourth was almost as easy as Sigurdsson found him in space in front of goal, and he side-footed home for his second hat-trick of the season.

    Lineups

    West Ham United

    ( 3-4-3 )

    • 35. D. Randolph

    • 3. A. Cresswell

    • 4. F. Balbuena

    • 16. M. Noble

    • 10. M. Lanzini

    • 41. D. Rice

    • 11. R. Snodgrass Goal

    • 31. B. Johnson

    • 8. Felipe Anderson

    • 7. A. Yarmolenko

    • 22. S. Haller

    Substitutes

    • 0. N. Trott

    • 21. A. Ogbonna

    • 26. A. Masuaku

    • 50. H. Ashby

    • 18. Pablo Fornals

    • 28. T. Souček

    • 20. J. Bowen