BBC Pundit Mark Lawrenson predicts West Ham will remain unbeaten for their fifth game in a row but will only manage a draw at Goodison park on Sunday lunchtime.
Speaking on his BBC website column Lawro says:
“Everton made a strong start to the season while West Ham’s problems were well documented, but things are very different on recent form. The Toffees have only taken two points from their last four league games and also went out of the EFL Cup.
If you include Wednesday’s victory over Chelsea in the same competition, the Hammers have won three in a row and drew the one before that. So one team has gone five games without a win, the other four without a defeat. Bearing that in mind, I am going for a draw. Lawro’s prediction: 1-1″
However, Lawro’s guess predictor this week, England rugby league captain Sam Burgess predicts another away win for the Hammers saying. “My team-mate James Graham is a massive Everton supporter, so I am going to back West Ham. Sorry James. 0-1”