West Ham United and Everton have experienced struggles this season, with both currently in a relegation battle.
The East London outfit sit 18th in the standings, two points from safety, while the Toffees are just two points above the drop after 13 games.
Both have had managerial shifts, with the Hammers appointing David Moyes as Slaven Bilic’s successor, while Everton announced the impending arrival of Sam Allardyce today.
This evening, though, David Unsworth will remain at the helm as West Ham travel to Goodison Park.
The visiting side are winless in their last six top-flight matches having recorded three defeats and three draws.
Moyes has overseen two games so far, one of which was a 2-0 loss to Watford and another a 1-1 draw with Leicester City.
Given the current predicament of Everton, the Hammers will hope that they can take advantage of the opportunity.
Some fans feel confident heading into the fixture, while others are struggling to shake off the negativity.
We need a win but think we will get a draw, next 3 games going to be hard ! ⚒??⚒
— Loui (@Wolfell3) November 29, 2017
Hammers 3 points in the bag tonight
— Jay Rudd (@JayRudd4) November 29, 2017
I won't hold my breath ?
— PurplePatricia??♀️ (@FlippinGreatGal) November 29, 2017
Tonight's game can't come quick enough. Our new mgr against his old club with both teams fighting to stay clear of the drop. Would love to snatch 3 points from BFS as well before he's even begun! #coyi #Hammers
— ForeverBubbles (@ForeverBubbles) November 29, 2017
Andy Carroll we finally get his 1st goal of the season tonight #COYI
— ⚒Imran Khan ⚒ (@imran484_khan) November 29, 2017
We need a big performance from the lads tonight vs a struggling Everton. Hopefully Big Sam won’t be able to inspire them & we’ll come away with a win. 2-1 #UpTheHammers #COYI @WestHamUtd @westhamfantv @realwesthamfans @hammerandtalk @beewestwood @BroadcastMoose
— Alf Gasparro (@alfgasparro) November 29, 2017
The scenes tonight when we score our third goal and Moyes slides down the touchline on his knees Di Canio style ?#COYI
— Stewart Neilson ⚒ (@stewartjneilson) November 29, 2017
— ⚒ (@IRONS_WHUFC) November 29, 2017
Everton away ? massive game #COYI
— George Stockley (@GeorgeyStockley) November 29, 2017