M Lanzini (39, 82),M Arnautovic (63)
O Niasse (74)
West Ham vs Everton
3:00pm Sunday 13th May
WATCH: MATCH HIGHLIGHTS
WEST HAM 3-1 EVERTON
The wait for a West Ham league win against Everton is over. They haven't managed that at home since 2007, but they were comfortably the better side today.
Manuel Lanzini was the star as he scored twice, while Marko Arnautovic added to his fine scoring tally this term.
Oumar Niasse gave Everton hope in pulling it back to 2-1 but this was another abject away display by Sam Allardyce's side. The Everton manager was jeered once more by the remaining travelling fans at the final whistle.
90+2: West Ham want a fourth as Zabaleta gets forward to win his side a corner. What a pro he is. He's had a fine game in pinning Baines back.
90: We're into stoppage time as Keane is beaten far too easily by Arnautovic once more before he goes to ground under a challenge from the bedraggled Everton defender. Mr Scott waves away the appeals.
89: The West Ham fans are singing'Bubbles' as Arnautovic fouls Jagielka. Everton are set to hold onto eighth spot courtesy of Leicester losing 5-4 (!) at Tottenham.
88: SUB! Here comes a nice moment for James Collins. He salutes the crowd before he comes on as he replaces Aaron Cresswell.
Mark Noble hands him the armband and gives him a warm embrace. It's a lovely touch.
86: SUB! Lanzini gets a standing ovation. He's been superb today as Pedro Obiang takes his place.
85: CHANCE! Two brilliant saves from Adrian. First, he denies Walcott with his feet and Niasse then gets the rebound on target, but the Spaniard is back up on his feet to fist the ball to safety!
84: SUB! Bolasie replaces Davies with Everton fans heading for the exits as Walcott goes a fraction early to be ruled offside before finding the bottom corner.
GOAL! WEST HAM 3-1 EVERTON (Lanzini, 82)
Game, set, and match for West Ham. Lanzini is found by his compatriot Zabaleta as he isn't closed down by Coleman and he curls his strike in off the far post! It's a brilliant strike!
WEST HAM 2-1 EVERTON
80: Klaassen often looks like someone who has won a raffle to play in an Everton shirt as Zabaleta picks his pocket.
Davies now wins it back for the Blues as they creep forward with the ball. They have 10 minutes to rescue something.
79: FOUL! Davies is penalised for a late challenge on Joao Mario. He's had a good game operating just behind Arnautovic and Lanzini.
76: West Ham very nearly reopen their two-goal lead as Eveton leave themselves a little open but Zabaleta's shot from a tight angle flashes across goal. We're set for an open and entertaining final 15 minutes at the London Stadium.
GOAL! WEST HAM 2-1 EVERTON (Niasse, 74)
Everton have a lifeline in their quest to keep hold of eighth spot as West Ham fail to clear the ensuing corner.
Schneiderlin flicks Rice's failed clearance back into the danger zone and it's a fine touch from Niasse to bring the ball down inside the six-yard box to blast past Adrian!
WEST HAM 2-0 EVERTON
74: OFF THE POST! Everton are close to pulling one back as Klaassen's long ball finds Niasse in the right channel. He gets himself one-on-one against Cresswell, and he nearly beats Adrian at the near post but he tips the ball onto the post!
72: FOUL! Jagielka is thankful he gets caught by Joao Mario as he is left in a heap that presented the ball straight to Lanzini. He was indeed caught. Otherwise, Lanzini was away.
70: That second West Ham goal, and the manner of the strike, has left Everton stunned as Walcott's cross from the left drifts harmlessly out of play. It's been another dreadful away performance so far.
69: NO GOAL! In comes the ball from Cresswell and Arnautovic powers his close range header past Pickford but he is just marginally offside! It was mightily close!
68: "You've got Sam Allardyce," comes the chant from the West Ham supporters to their deeply miserable Everton counterparts as Gueye fouls Lanzini. Another promising position for Cresswell to deliver.
67: Davies is rather cynically fouled by Zabaleta. He did well to recover as he was 40 yards off the Everton attack. Is that saying more about the pace of Everton on the ball?
66: Arnautovic has burst into life as he now gives Jagielka the run-around before being flagged for offside. Everton need to regather themselves.
GOAL! WEST HAM 2-0 EVERTON (Arnautovic, 63)
What a strike! Arnautovic takes Fernandes' pass and rolls Keane before he blasts the ball right-footed past Pickford from 25 yards out.
Questions may be asked of Pickford as it's straight at him but the ball is moving all over the place! What a great strike from Arnautovic!
WEST HAM 1-0 EVERTON
61: SUB! A very unhappy Cenk Tosun makes his way off and is replaced by Theo Walcott. Coleman was having a word with him. He's not happy at all.
60: Lanzini has been West Ham's star player and he makes such a difference to this side as he drifts past Keane before being fouled by Gueye.
58: SHOT! Everton go long again with Niasse the target. Rice's headed clearance falls onto the right boot of Klaassen, and it's an audacious volley that is straight down the throat of Adrian.
57: West Ham have slowly woken up as Gueye is penalised for a foul. If results go West Ham's way, it could mean as much as £13m extra in prize money. Shake a leg, lads!
56: OVER! It is to be Cresswell, who tries to reverse his shot to the same side as Pickford, but his shot is a good few yards over.
55: It's a silly foul from Keane in tugging back Kouyate. It's a good shooting position for the likes of Lanzini and Cresswell. It suits the right foot, however.
53: Everton were all at sea with that system in the first-half, but Everton look far more comfortable now having reverted to a back four. Why has Allardyce not learned that three at the back doesn't suit his side? They're playing catch-up this half.
51: Great footwork from Coleman with Fernandes in close proximity as referee Scott awards Everton a free-kick that drifts out of play without troubling the West Ham defence.
There hasn't been a sound out of the travelling supporters so far, and the apathy is killing some of those in attendance.
50: Davies' corner is low and not very good, looping off the knee of Ogbonna before Jagielka's header is comfortably collected by the under-worked Adrian.
49: West Ham are yet to get going this half as Kouyate fouls Davies. He produces a nice turn from Baines' pass to force another corner off Noble.
48: Rice smashes the ball clear after Klaassen looks to find Tosun. He's already made quite an impact, but his ball lacked conviction.
47: The visitors make a bright start to the second period as Klaassen has a shot which deflects behind for a corner. Davies' delivery is cleared by West Ham. Do Everton have the creativity to get back into this game?
46: KICK OFF! Everton get us back up and running! With the way results are going elsewhere, West Ham are jumping up a couple of places while Everton are dropping below Leicester.
HT: SUB! Everton are making a change at the interval with Davy Klaassen replacing Ramiro Funes Mori. That's a change in system.
There goes the half-time whistle. West Ham came close through Mark Noble before Manuel Lanzini deservedly gave the hosts the lead.
Oumar Niasse had a fine chance for Everton in between, but the travelling fans will want to see a lot more from their players in the second-half.
45+4: Keane tries to pass the ball down the line to Davies but he only manages to knock it out of play. Sums up Everton and Keane's half, and season.
45+3: Jagielka is down after a desperate last-ditch tackle on Arnautovic. The forward caught the defender as he looked to get his shot away.
45+2: That's a fine ball from Cresswell towards Zabaleta at the far post, and Baines is forced to head behind. Cresswell trots across to take it, but Funes Mori heads away.
45: We're into four minutes of stoppage time, courtesy of that Masuaku injury.
44: I can't imagine Allardyce will be too pleased by what he's seen so far with West Ham deservedly in front.
OVER! Baines and Tosun combine before Davies is welcomed onto the ball, 25 yards out. It's under his feet and in the end he digs it out but leans back and his shot veers comfortably over.
41: As Niasse heads over, replays of an earlier incident show that Pickford is perhaps a little lucky not to be in trouble.
He appeared to stick his leg out after coming under pressure from Arnautovic to collect a long ball on the edge of his box. Not entirely sure what he was thinking there.
GOAL! WEST HAM 1-0 EVERTON (Lanzini, 39)
It's a wee bit fortunate, but West Ham do have the lead.
Kouyate's ball is intended for Arnautovic, but the Austrian's failure to control drags two Everton defenders, allowing the ball to trickle through to the unopposed Manuel Lanzini, and his low left-footed shot is into the bottom corner.
WEST HAM 0-0 EVERTON
37: This wasn't the best of balls from Joao Mario but Funes Mori has to be careful. He clatters into Arnautovic to leave him on the turf. It was a 50-50 ball and referee Scott didn't award the free-kick.
35: SHOT! That's better from Everton as Leighton Baines gets on his bike down the left. His ball inside finds Niasse and his shot goes through the legs of Rice to sting the gloves of Adrian.
34: NO PENALTY! West Ham have faint appeals for a penalty as Arnautovic's low cross deflects behind off the outstretched arm of Tosun. It would've been very harsh. Everton survive the ensuing corner.
32: CHANCE! What on earth was Ogbonna doing there. He presents Everton with a glorious chance as he fails to deal with Keane's hopeful punt forward.
The ball deflects off Ogbonna's head into the path of Niasse and he's clean through on goal. He has so much to aim at but his shot is tame and comfortably saved by the feet of Adrian!
31: SHOT! Noble clips a lovely ball into Arnautovic. He takes it down on his in-step, cuts inside, but he shot takes a deflection behind off his own player! Kouyate was the man getting in the way of the shot!
30: Adrian isn't happy. The West Ham keeper is slow coming out to deal with a ball over the top and Niasse has every right to go for it. The Spaniard is clattered more by his own player Rice than the Everton man and referee Scott has to calm things down a little.
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