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Tomas Soucek looks to Czech mate Everton

Tomas Soucek look to Czech mate Everton

Tomas Soucek looks to Czech mate Everton

The midfielder enjoys playing against Everton and has a great record against the Merseysiders. And tomorrow he is looking to score his third win over Sean Dyche’s outfit at Goodison Park having played vital roles in 2021 when he scored in the 86th minute and played a vital role in another game at the stadium.

He and the rest of the lads will be all out to make it successive wins on the trot after beating Brentford and it will come as no surprise if Tom isn’t involved somewhere down the line. David MoyesHammers go into the upcoming contest off the back of a 4-2 victory over Brentford on Monday, a result that lifted the club up to eighth in the table and marked a first win in seven Premier League outings.

Tomas Soucek look to Czech mate Everton

However, he knows the threat the Toffees pose who will be keen to round off a week when they got points back from the punishment inflicted upon them and as a result he is being cautious with any predictions.

He told www.whufc.com: “It was a perfect game with a late winner in 2021. To score again and complete a hat-trick would be perfect, but it will be a tough game.

“We are happy to have won the last game against Brentford – we needed that win. Now, we need to carry on in this way with performances and results as well. It will be tough there as they are a strong side, but I believe we are ready for the game.

“I remember the manager [Sean Dyche] from Burnley where he played a similar style. He has now taken that to Everton, and they are scoring many goals from set-pieces and corners, so we know we are going to have to be at our best.”

Tomáš Souček

The win over the Bees was a much needed one for the Irons, and Souček’s performance was arguably among his best of the season, highlighting his importance to the team.

He said: “I felt very good [on Monday].I told myself we need to win and will do everything to get the three points, and from minute one I felt super good. I just hope I can have a similar performance for the next game because it gave me confidence. It’s great when you go into the changing room after the game, and everyone tells you you were superb.”

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