Dominic Calvert-Lewin could be set to return to action for the Everton vs West Ham clash on Sunday afternoon.
The 25-year-old Everton striker has been out injured since pre-season and is still yet to feature for the Toffees so far this season.
Everton boss Frank Lampard recently told the Liverpool Echo that Calvert-Lewin is back and involved with training, however, and could be ready to face the Hammers this weekend.
West Ham desperately need a win against the Toffees after a really poor start to our 2022/23 campaign. The same can be said for Everton.
So having Calvert-Lewin back for the game will be a massive boost for the hosts.
Described by Bleacher Report as ‘unstoppable’, Calvert-Lewin is arguably the most important player Frank Lampard has at his disposal at Goodison Park.
And it seems as though the Everton hitman could return to action against the Hammers this weekend…
Calvert-Lewin could return for Everton vs West Ham
The 25-year-old returning to action on Sunday would be a massive boost for the Toffees but a huge blow for the Hammers at the same time.
Calvert-Lewin possesses an exceptional record against West Ham, with five goals for Everton in nine meetings with the East London outfit (Tranfermarkt).
If the England international starts, or plays any part in the match for that matter, him scoring against us feels like almost a formality.
It seems like there are certain players out there who just love playing against us – Glenn Murray, Romelu Lukaku, Callum Wilson and of course, Calvert-Lewin.
The Everton vs West Ham clash is a hugely important one for both sides.
And if Calvert-Lewin is fit to start, we may well have our work cut-out.