Moyes and Allardyce may both go out with a whimper
Everton could play out drab draw with West Ham
Everton have lost one of their last eight games but their fans have not warmed to Sam Allardyce, who remains uncertain to stay in the Toffees hotseat for next season.
West Ham manager David Moyes is another top-flight boss unsure of what the future holds and the tension in the dugouts could filter on to the pitch at the London Stadium, where entertainment and goals could be at a premium.
The Hammers played out a dull 0-0 draw against Manchester United on Thursday and they may not be much more expansive against Everton, who are chasing a fourth clean sheet in six games.
Under 2.5 goals
1pt Evs 188Bet, Betfair, Hills
Javier Hernandez (knee) misses out but James Collins and Pedro Obiang could return from injuries.
Theo Walcott (knee) is a doubt but Mason Holgate (ankle) could be in the squad. Wayne Rooney and Gylfi Sigurdsson are ruled out.
All of Everton's last five games have featured fewer than three goals.
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