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Summary

  1. West Ham XI: Adrian, Jenkinson, Reid, Collins, Cresswell, Kouyate, Song, Noble, Downing, Valencia, Cole
  2. Everton XI: Howard, Coleman, Stones, Jagielka, Galloway, Barry, McCarthy, Lennon, Barkley, Osman, Lukaku

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    Allardyce must be sick of the sight of Lukaku. The Belgian has scored against West Ham every time he has played against them for Everton. Alardyce called him a "jinx" in the post-match press conference.

    The Hammers are in pole position to qualify for the Europa League via fair play after Everton's four yellows.

    Everton are now in the top half of the table, swapping places with the Hammers.

  2. Full-time

    West Ham 1-2 Everton

    Bit of handbags at the end but Lukaku has won the game for Everton.

  3. GOAL

    West Ham 1-2 Everton (Lukaku)

    The striker's sixth goal against West Ham and 20th of the season looks to have settled the game.

    McGeady's pinpoint cross is headed by Lukaku who is too strong for Burke.

  4. YELLOW CARD

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Fourth yellow card for Everton.

  5. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Lukaku then prods McGeady's shot goalwards but it's put out for a corner.

  6. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    West Ham win their sixth corner and then seventh corner but Everton defend and then break with Lukaku forcing a wonderful one-handed save by Adrian.

  7. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Noble's cross is headed over the bar by Song.

  8. SUBSTITUTION

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Everton change: Aiden McGeady for Lennon.

  9. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Game really opening up here. Should be a lively final 15 minutes

  10. YELLOW CARD

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    McCarthy booked for tripping Downing.

  11. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Osman and Kouyate have a bit of a tussle before Mr Friend has words.

  12. SUBSTITUTION

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Both sides make substitutions.

    West Ham: Nene for Cole

    Everton: Kevin Mirallas for Barkley

  13. Post update

    West Ham 1-1 Everton

    Barkley has a great chance to make it 2-1 but blasts his shot over again.

  14. GOAL

    West Ham 1-1 Everton (Osman)

    Well this game has burst into life as 34-year-old Leon Osman fires Everton level.

    Lukaku cross was controlled by Osman and with one touch he swivelled acrobatically to shoot past Adrian.

  15. GOAL

    West Ham 1-0 Everton (Downing)

    That goal was coming from West Ham after some sustained pressure. And it is Stewart Downing with his sixth Premier League goal of the season.

    The midfielder is found by Song in the box and is coolness personified as he places his shot into Adrian's far left corner.

  16. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Martin Fisher

    Match of the Day commentator

    "We have nearly reached the hour mark and it is difficult to see where a goal is coming from."

  17. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Possession stat: Everton 58% West Ham 42%

  18. CLOSE!

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Well close-ish. Reid concedes a free-kick on the edge of the area and Lukaku curls one with his left foot over the wall but his shot is too wide and it hits the right-hand stanchion of Adrian's goal, rippling the back of the net. Everton fans thought it had gone in.

    Looked closer than it was.

  19. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Barkley smashes one from outside the box but it is miles too high.

  20. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Slow start to the second-half before Downing's shot rolls slowly wide. Last goalless draw between these sides at Upton Park was in the late 1980s.

  21. Second-half

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    We're back under way at Upton Park...

  22. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    West Ham v Everton

    The most significant action has been Mr Friend pulling yellow cards out of his pocket. How will those bookings affect both teams' chances in getting a Europa League place?

  23. Half-time

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Not much between the teams here. West Ham feel they should have had a penalty after Cresswell's cross appeared to hit Coleman's arm. Lukaku curled a great effort high and wide for Everton while Stuart Downing had the home side's best chance.

    In the all-important Fair Play table it is advantage West Ham as Everton's Barry and Coleman went into Mr Friend's book while Reid was shown a yellow for the Hammers

  24. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    One minute of injury time.

  25. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Gareth Barry goes into Kevin Friend's book after clattering into Reid. Yellow cards-wise, its Everton 2-1 West Ham.

  26. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Fourth corner for West Ham but it comes to nothing. Cagey affair this.

  27. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Everton and West Ham

    Should it have been a penalty? Kevin Friend waved away West Ham's calls for a penalty after the ball appeared to strike the arm of Coleman on 13 minutes.

  28. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Downing cuts in from the right and drives towards the Everton defence. He hits a stinging shot but it is fisted away by Howard.

  29. YELLOW CARD

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    It's now one-a-piece in yellow cards with Seamus Coleman booked for a tug on Valencia.

  30. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Lukaku, who has been such a thorn in West Ham's side in recent games, has the best chance of the match.

    Lennon finds the Belgian in the box and cuts inside onto his left foot before trying to curl it into Adrian's top corner but his shot is too high.

  31. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Well worked move from West Ham ends with Noble's shot just drifting wide.

  32. YELLOW CARD

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Winston Reid gets his 10th card of the season for a body check on Lukaku. How will that affect the Fair Play standings?

  33. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Osman almost finds Lennon with a wonderful through ball but Adrian is quickly off his line to smother the danger.

  34. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Teenager Reece Burke does well with an Aaron Lennon cross. He hasn't put a foot wrong since coming on.

  35. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    West Ham do seem to have woken up, they are doing all the attacking and maybe should have had a penalty after the Coleman handball.

  36. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Mark Daws: Two penalty shouts, One was a 100% handball. Nothing, two penalties all season. Hammers waking up in this one.

  37. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Enner Valencia, who has scored one Premier League goal in six months for West Ham, has a shot from distance but it is easily saved by Howard.

  38. SUBSTITUTION

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Early change for West Ham with James Collins coming off injured and being replaced by 18-year-old Reece Burke.

  39. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Aaron Creswell forces a corner after his shot is fumbled by Tim Howard. West Ham then have two shouts for a penalty as they claim a handball from McCarthy and then Coleman.

  40. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Everton very much in the ascendency. Stewart Downing has tested Everton debutant Brendan Galloway down the rght wing with the England midfielder getting the better of the youngster.

  41. Post update

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    Leon Osman has the first shot of the match with a toe-poke from the edge of the box but Adrian at full-stretch, tips it around the post for an Everton corner. From the corner there are chances for John Stones and James McCarthy but both scuff their shots

  42. Kick-off

    West Ham 0-0 Everton

    And we're under way.

  43. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    Carlton Cole was in the line-up seven years ago when West Ham last beat Everton in the league.

  44. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    Zimbabwe flag

    By our calculations, Everton's Brendan Galloway is the fourth Zimbabwe-born player to feature in the Premier League.

  45. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    The bubbles are blowing, the West Ham fans are in good voice and the teams are out in the bright sunshine in east London.

  46. Everton's latest youngster

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    Brendan Galloway

    So it's a Premier League debut for Zimbabwe-born 19-year-old defender Brendan Galloway.

    Here's a few facts about the teenager:

    • Moved to Goodison Park in August 2014 and signed a five-year deal.
    • An accomplished centre-half who can also play in defensive midfield, the then 18-year-old arrived having made 17 senior appearances for MK Dons.
    • Became the League One club's youngest ever first-team player in November 2011 when he made his debut against Nantwich Town aged just 15.
    • Brendan has represented England at Under-17, Under-18 and Under-19 level.
  47. Operation Stop Lukaku

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    Romelu Lukaku
    Image caption: Lukaku has scored against West Ham every time he has played for Everton

    West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has identified Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku as Everton's danger man.

    "We have to make sure we stop Lukaku, " said Allardyce. "Because he always scores against us, that's something we have to do. He scores every time we play them."

    The 22-year-old has scored three times against the Hammers this season, twice in the FA Cup and once in the league.

  48. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    West Ham fact
  49. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    Martin Fisher

    Match of the Day commentator

    "UEFA have awarded England an additional slot in next season's competition after finishing in the top three of the governing body's Respect Fair Play rankings.

    "Currently, West Ham and Everton are best placed to profit from this wild card. So the team with the fewest names in the notebook of referee Kevin Friend will have taken a huge step towards qualifying even if they've lost the game 5-0!

    "Instead of goal celebrations maybe the players have spent the week rehearsing elaborate choreographed moves to be unveiled on the avoidance of a yellow?!

    "Mind you, that's assuming that the clubs WANT to be in the Europa League."

  50. Team news

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    Alex Song starts for West Ham as the midfielder completes his comeback from a back injury. Striker Carlton Cole and defender Winston Reid also start for the Hammers. Club captain Kevin Nolan will miss the game due to a family bereavement.

    Everton give a Premier League debut to 19-year-old Zimbabwe-born Brendan Galloway. England defender Leighton Baines has undergone ankle surgery.

    West Ham: Adrian, Jenkinson, Reid, Collins, Cresswell, Kouyate, Song, Noble, Downing, Valencia, Cole. Subs: Jarvis, Nene, O'Brien, Amalfitano, Jaaskelainen, Burke, Lee.

    Everton: Howard, Coleman, Stones, Jagielka, Galloway, Barry, McCarthy, Lennon, Barkley, Osman, Lukaku. Subs: Robles, McGeady, Kone, Mirallas, Naismith, Besic, Garbutt.

  51. Post update

    West Ham v Everton (15:00 BST)

    Europa League trophy

    Think this match is a dead rubber? then think again.

    Just three points separate West Ham in 10th and Everton in 11th. There is the battle to be in the top half of the table and more importantly a battle for a Europa League place.

    That is because both teams are riding high in the Fair Play table so cards not goals could be the focus today at Upton Park.