Lanzini and Arnautovic to start – Strongest 3-4-2-1 West Ham Line-up to face Everton

Predicted West Ham United Line-up To Face Everton In The Premier League

West Ham provided some respite for David Moyes after they managed to hold a listless Manchester United to a 0-0 draw. There were a lot of positives, especially when moving forward and West Ham must believe in this squad next season.

The likes of Arnautovic, Lanzini and Joao Mario can be troublesome up front and with the steel of Kouyate in midfield, West Ham will look to go for the win against another one of Moyes’ former clubs.

Probable West Ham XI

Manager: David Moyes

Formation: 3-4-2-1

Adrian (Goalkeeper)

After a very impressive display against Manchester United, Adrian will want to continue the same versus Everton.

Declan Rice (RCB)

Rice put in what was probably his best performance this season, against Manchester United, and will bank on that confidence against Bolasie and co.

Angelo Ogbonna (CB)

The veteran centre-back should continue to put in a shift in a bid to stop Rooney from scoring in probably his final game in the Premier League.

Pablo Zabaleta

Aaron Cresswell (LCB)

The Englishman is another one who enjoyed a fine outing against United and will look to stop the threat from Everton’s right-wing.

Pablo Zabaleta (RWB)

Zabaleta may be ageing but he can still put in a performance of note when called upon. Will look to negate Everton’s wing threat.

Cheikhou Kouyate (RCM)

The big midfielder will be the one pulling the strings in the middle as he will add the steel that can stop Everton.

Mark Noble

Edimilson Fernandes (LCM)

Fernandes should get to start this game in place of Mark Noble, who was involved in a bust-up against Manchester United’s Paul Pogba in the previous game.

Arthur Masuaku (LWB)

The pacey Masuaku will bombard down the flank and look to put in the crosses for the big Arnautovic up front.

Manuel Lanzini (LAM)

Lanzini caused United a lot of trouble and he could do the same against Everton as he attacks from the left.

Marko Arnautovic

Joao Mario (RAM)

Has not had the season that was expected of him but he is still a player who West Ham must believe in. He will start on the right-hand side of the attack and look to link up with Arnautovic.

Marko Arnautovic (ST)

The big striker will be all about the pitch and will hold up the play while also getting on the end of some crosses into the box.


Written by Rohit Nair

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