Last Updated: 30/11/13 4:57pm
Full time, and a huge victory for West Ham. On the other hand, it's an even bigger loss for Fulham. Game over for Martin Jol?
GOAL! (Joe Cole). They've settled it. Great skill from Morrison, teeing up Cole and the midfielder fires home excellently.
GOAL! (Carlton Cole). Even bigger applause now for Cole! Downing blasts down the right wing and delivers a perfect ball for Cole to tap home with ease with his first touch. Game over.
Morrison calls for a penalty after bursting into the area but the ref waves play on. Diame drives in and lays off to Morrison who misses a huge chance.
A teasing delivery from Joe Cole is overhit, but it's beaten Stekelenburg and bounces back off the crossbar.
Another attempt from West Ham as Diame's cross finds Jarvis at the back post, but his header is straight at Stekelenburg.
West Ham's set-pieces continue to cause trouble, and it's Tomkins this time who has a header cleared off the line.
West Ham are starting to dominate now. Maiga cuts inside and curls a great effort in which is well saved, while Downing blasts the follow-up over.
Taarabt looks fairly threatening for Fulham but he's not getting enough support. Another attempt from the Cottagers star is blocked.
Maiga has looked a little brighter than usual but still doesn't look like the threat West Ham need up top. James Price agrees: "Don't know why big Sam bought Carlton Cole back if he never uses him. Time to find replacements both for striker & manager. Up the Irons!!"
GOAL! (Diame). Parker gives the ball away, as does Sidwell and Diame runs towards goal before unleashing a deflected effort past Stekelenburg.
What are your thoughts on the match so far then? Who has stood out? Which side look most likely to grab all three points? Remember, you can let me know via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com.
Half time then, and it's been a very even game so far. The tackles are flying in though in a tough West-East London derby.
BIg chance for West Ham on the stroke of half time. Jarvis receives the ball in the area and swivels excellently, opening up the space to pick out an unmarked Nolan. The midfielder's acrobatics are well saved by Stekelenburg however.
Close call there for the ref, as Bent bursts towards the West Ham box. He opens up to shoot just as McCartney nicks in with the foul, and the latter is booked while Fulham have a free-kick 20 yards out.
Downing switches things up, cutting inside and smashing an effort in on goal, with Stekelenburg just about equal to it.
West Ham's crosses into the box are looking very threatening, with Fulham struggling to deal with them at times.
From the subsequent free-kick, it's another great delivery which causes huge problems in the Fulham defence. An offside call rescues the visitors however.
Collins nearly heads West Ham in front from a corner, but Hughes does enough to put the defender off.
Diame has a chance from the half-volley on the edge of the box, but he completely miscues his effort.
Zverotic stands over a free-kick around 35 yards out. The shot is ambitious to say the least, and it flies into row z.
Downing whips in a dangerous corner. The last touch is off a Fulham defender and it goes out for another.
Taarabt bursts through the West Ham defence with excellent trickery, the ball falls to Bent but his touch is too heavy.
McCartney, Jarvis, Diame and Maiga come in for Sam Allardyce's West Ham after their 3-0 defeat to Chelsea.
Martin Jol makes three changes from the side that faced Swansea, with Duff, Sidwell and Taarabt all named in the starting XI today.
Fulham: Stekelenburg; Zverotic, Hughes, Amorebieta, Richardson; Duff, Sidwell, Parker, Kasami; Taarabt; Bent. Subs: Stockdale, Senderos, Ruiz, Kacaniklic, Karagounis, Boateng, Dembele.
West Ham: Jaaskelainen; Demel, Tomkins, Collins, McCartney; Jarvis, Diame, Noble, Downing; Nolan; Maiga. Subs: Adrian, Collison, Taylor, Morrison, O'Brien, Carlton Cole, Joe Cole.
Team news will be coming up shortly, but, in the meantime, you can let us know your thoughts and predictions on the game. Can you see a West Ham win, or will Fulham surprise their London neighbours? Contact me via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com, and you could get your views published.
Neither side come into the game in great form, with the hosts without a league win in five since stunning Spurs at White Hart Lane last month, while Fulham are without a win in four in the league. This leaves both sides on 10 points, with the Hammers on place above the Cottagers in 17th.
Hello and welcome to this afternoon's live commentary on the Premier League clash between West Ham and Fulham at Upton Park.