Danny Ings has an unbelievable record against Everton, and should he play against them for West Ham tomorrow, he’ll be confident of adding to his tally.

Tomorrow’s clash between West Ham and Everton at the London Stadium is an absolutely huge one for both sides.

A defeat for either team, or a draw for that matter, will surely spell the end of either David Moyes, Frank Lampard, or both of them!

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West Ham’s hopes of a victory have been boosted by the £15 million signing of Danny Ings from Aston Villa.

The 30-year-old is a proven goalscorer, and if he remains injury free, he will surely fire us to safety.

Ings’ record against Everton in particular should give the Hammers fans great hope ahead of tomorrow’s game…if he is registered in time of course…

Can Danny Ings play against Everton?

Well, the 30-year-old underwent his medical last night. There has been no official confirmation of the move yet, but considering the fact that Villa boss Unai Emery confirmed the move, we can assume that it’s as good as done.

Now, in order for the 30-year-old to be eligible to play against Everton tomorrow afternoon, West Ham need to register him by midday today (Express).

Let’s hope that that happens, because we really need Ings to hit the ground running. He was pictured in East London late last night having apparently undergone his medical, so fingers crossed.

Can Danny Ings play against Everton?
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Gianluca Scamacca will miss the game against the Toffees through injury (apparently), whilst Michail Antonio is badly out of form, and has been for around a year now.

Ings’ record against Everton is absolutely incredible as well. In fact, he has bagged more goals and assists against the Toffees than against any other club.

The 30-year-old has seven goals and three assists to his name in 15 career games against Everton (Transfermarkt). Some strikers just feel extra confident when playing against certain clubs.

And if Danny Ings can play against Everton, I believe West Ham will be in a very strong position to win the game.

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