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Tony Cottee warns West Ham United about three Everton players

Tony Cottee has warned West Ham United about three Everton players ahead of Sunday’s clash at the London Stadium, as quoted by the club’s official website.

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The Hammers play host to the Toffees in the 16:30 kick-off and it is a huge game for both sides.

David Moyes and Carlo Ancelotti will both be desperate for their respective teams to pick up maximum points.

A win for West Ham would put us in a great position to qualify for the Europa League whilst keeping our Champions League dreams alive.

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Everton, meanwhile, can reassert themselves in the race for the top four with all three points at the London Stadium.

West Ham warned about Everton trio

The Hammers players will have to be at their very best if we are to beat the Toffees on Sunday.

Tony Cottee warned West Ham about three Everton players in particular, when speaking exclusively to WHUFC.com:

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“Make no mistake, West Ham have got to be careful against Carlo Ancelotti’s visitors. With eight defeats, their uncharacteristic home form has cost Everton dearly in league placings  but with ten wins on their travels, they’re far more dangerous away from Goodison Park. In Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison and James Rodríguez they’ve got such purposeful attackers who can hurt teams and we’ve got to really be on our game today because you can’t afford to switch off for a single moment in the Premier League.”

Cottee is spot on.

Obviously the West Ham players will have to assert themselves onto Everton and try and hurt the Merseyside outfit.

We will also have to be incredibly disciplined defensively, however.

And if we put in a similar performance to what we did on Monday night away at Burnley, we should be just fine.

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