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LIVE updates from Everton’s Carabao Cup Fourth Round clash with West Ham United at Goodison Park

Everton are back in Carabao Cup action on Wednesday night to host West Ham United at Goodison Park

The Blues have won all five of their games so far this season, beating Salford City and Fleetwood Town to reach the fourth round

Carlo Ancelotti is expected to make a number of changes, but Jarrad Branthwaite, Mason Holgate and Jonas Lossl remain on the sidelines alongside longtime absent Cenk Tosun and Jean Philippe Gbamin

Meanwhile, former Blues boss David Moyes is set to miss the game and cope at home after being diagnosed with coronavirus with Issa Diop and Josh Cullen, while Ryan Fredericks is ruled out with injury

Kicks off at 7:45 a.m., follow updates LIVE with Phil Kirkbride, Adam Jones, Theo Squires and Peter Harris

« I’m very happy We played well, we got it under control When West Ham equalized we didn’t lose focus, focus or motivation It was good

« He’s more focused in the box He’s efficient and really clinical It was a fantastic first goal He can go, he can stay (with England) It’s okay, it’s not my problem

« We have started very well this season but our goal is the same, to be in Europe next season. We have to be focused because the season is so long

« I think it won’t be that bad, we’ll check it out tomorrow. It doesn’t look so bad »

« I appreciate my football which is the main The chances are created and it’s my job to put them in the back of the net

« It’s my dream to play for England but I can’t control it I can only control what I do on the pitch

« We have players who can score at different positions on the pitch, which is useful for me

« I enjoyed all of my goals It’s good that what I’m working on off the pitch comes out on the pitch

« With the players we have and the chances we create, I never doubted that we would win the Keep it Long Game

« The other one is still in the trunk of my car at the moment! I’ll find a nice space for it in my house, at my mother’s or at my father’s »

A complete victory for Everton as Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s hat-trick helps Les Bleus advance to the Carabao Cup quarter-finals

The Blues took the short corner with Iwobi shooting against the post, and the forward was there to hit the rebound

A cross from Nkounkou blocked and it triggers some half-hearted calls for a handball penalty Not given

Haller controls a ball high to his chest before connecting with an overhead kick, but Pickford manages to put it back

Richarlison runs back but comes back down in one piece in a few moments Iwobi quickly got ready

A heavy limp from Richarlison as he tests it but no sign of substitution yet

A good run from the Brazilian as he cuts inside from the left, before his shot is deflected from Rice in front of a Randolph on the wrong foot

Sigurdsson controls Richarlison’s low cut-back but his powerful shot is saved by Randolph with his feet

Calvert-Lewin has time and space on the edge of the box but rushes his shot, high and wide

Everton almost regained the lead immediately as Richarlison hit the post from a sharp angle

Wow, that’s a goal from Snodgrass as he curls up in the top corner of the outside of the box Not the start of the second half Everton wanted

Really not much for the goalkeeper other than a pretty straightforward save to turn Felipe Anderson down.The cast may not have lived up to their high standards so far

Handled Anderson’s defensive test on Everton’s right flank numerous times and tried to provide an attacking option whenever he could. Unhappy to get injured in a solid game

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Was again a dominant presence at the back and used the ball very well in possession, especially to set Calvert-Lewin brilliantly in place with a pass that earned a point on its own

Sébastien Haller tries to shoot Digne but the France international is holding up very well so far This is a prime example of his defensive skills

A little quieter in terms of offensive influence so far in this one, but he stands up to the test of scoring Andriy Yarmolenko well so far

Providing a solid shield in front of his four fullbacks with a lot of energy, always showing for the ball and looking to progress his side forward

Play a little more forward than usual tonight but has always been a vital defensive presence for the Blues, making sure he has covered a lot of ground

Also putting a lot of energy in the midfield and looking to get creative whenever possible, with a few dangerous deliveries in particular

His ability to play the game at his own pace is excellent and he almost got a fantastic assist for Richarlison’s offside strike Much of Everton’s play goes through the Colombia international

His incredible form to start the season continues with a fantastic goal against West Ham, expertly bringing the ball back before finishing quietly.Other than that, the forward didn’t have much of a chance

He looks dangerous every time he drifted inside that left flank and was so close to scoring another goal, but he was just flagged offside West Ham can’t really take care of him

Instead, stadium audio is always on, so FIFA 21, Quest’s EFL highlights show and Screwfix are all announced alongside a beautiful rendition of «  Spirit of the Blues  »

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