West Ham v Everton

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Everton travel to Upton Park to play West Ham on Saturday looking to build on their demolition of Sunderland last weekend.

The Toffees 6-2 win at Goodsion Park saw Roberto Martinez's men get back to winning ways following successive defeats to Manchester United and Arsenal and moved them up to ninth place, nine points behind table-toppers Manchester City.

Martinez will be without a number of first team regulars Steven Pienaar, Bryan Oviedo (both hamstring), Phil Jagielka and Tony Hibbert (both knee) as he takes his side to the capital for the second time in three weeks.

The Spaniard will however be boosted by the return of Leighton Baines and Mohamed Besic, who have overcome ankle and hamstring injuries respectively.

West Ham, meanwhile, suffered a surprising 2-0 defeat to Watford last time out and Slaven Bilic will be keen to see his side get back to winning ways against the similarly inconsistent Toffees.

Currently in sixth place, Bilic's men are just five points off the top of the table and could move into the top four should results elsewhere go their way.

Winston Reid is expected to be fit to start the clash, but Diafra Sakho, Pedro Obiang (both hip) and Alex Song (ankle) are still missing