The Hammers 2017 / 2018 Premier League campaign comes to an end this Sunday when the Hammers play their final game of the season, at the London Stadium, against Everton.
The fixture will bring an end to a season that has seen a few highs but far more downs with any pre-season hopes blown away by some hapless performances on the pitch.
Is it too much to hope for a resounding victory to wrap the season up or are we set for another 90 minutes of the rubbish we witnessed, on Thursday night, against Manchester United?
Ahead of the game, we’re able to bring you the names of those chosen to officiate:
Referee – Graham Scott
Assistant Referee – Constantine Hatzidakis
Assistant Referee – Dan Robathan
Fourth Official – Simon Hooper
This season, Graham Scott has taken charge of 29 games and has issued 79 yellow cards and 5 red cards.
He has taken charge of the following fixtures involving West Ham United this season:
• 16 December – Premier League – Stoke City 0 West Ham United 3 – yellow cards issued 3, red cards issued 0
• 10 February – Premier League – West Ham United 2 Watford 0 – yellow cards issued 2, red cards issued 0.
Two games, both won and both with clean-sheets, can the Hammers keep that record going this Sunday in their final Premier League fixture of the 2017 / 2018 season?
Here at Vital West Ham we certainly believe we can against an Everton side who blow hot and cold, but mostly the latter.