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 By Peter Thorne

Collins immense as Lukaku finally has an off day against West Ham

Chances were few and far between as West Ham and Everton finished deadlocked in a scoreless draw.
Chances were few and far between as West Ham and Everton finished deadlocked in a scoreless draw.
Ronald Koeman says Everton did not play close to the level they are capable of in their scoreless draw at West Ham.

Call out the statisticians! Everton's Romelu Lukaku failed to add to his astonishing goal tally against West Ham as an entertaining game ended 0-0 at the London Stadium on Saturday.

This was a much better match than some suggest however, and supporters were encouraged by the solid defensive performance and the excellent approach work. Sadly, Slaven Bilic can't call on anyone with the presence of the unusually quiet Lukaku and the home fans weren't able to celebrate a home win due to the paucity of...

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Romelu Lukaku and Everton denied as West Ham inch towards safety

Chances were few and far between as West Ham and Everton finished deadlocked in a scoreless draw.
Chances were few and far between as West Ham and Everton finished deadlocked in a scoreless draw.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts on West Ham 0-0 Everton at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

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1. Stalemate little use to Everton

For West Ham and Slaven Bilic, Saturday's stalemate was a faltering step towards safety, but for Everton, it was an afternoon of great disappointment. A point took them above Arsenal to climb into sixth, but the Gunners now have three games in hand. This was a blunt performance from Ronald Koeman's men, and the Dutchman's attempts to freshen up his sagging...

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The Emerging Whispers for Friday, April 21.
The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers for the summer. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Edin Dzeko to AC Milan

Edin Dzeko has emerged as summer transfer target for AC Milan as the Rossoneri look to strengthen their attacking options.

Dzeko,...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham's porous defence set to be exposed by Lukaku's Everton

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January signing Jose Fonte has been unable to stop the rot in West Ham's woeful defence.

The point that West Ham gained in the 2-2 draw with Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Saturday may prove to be crucial. Ten points ahead of Swansea with a better goal difference, it would take a huge turn of form for the Welsh club to pull the Hammers back into the relegation pack.

Season form would suggest the fight against the drop to the Championship is likely to be a straight one between Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Swansea and Hull.

Of course, with five games left of the season and three...

 By Peter Thorne

James Collins, Andre Ayew help West Ham get necessary away point

Fabio Borini's 90th-minute goal forced the draw and earned Sunderland a massive point as they battle relegation.
Slaven Bilic admits a draw was a fair result, but thinks they should have been more lethal when leading by two goals.

West Ham took an important point from the Stadium of Light, holding Sunderland to a 2-2 draw in an entertaining game.

Sunderland had failed to score in their past seven matches and it was inevitable that the Hammers -- always the most generous of opponents -- would give the home side their first goal in 700 minutes. Fortunately for Slaven Bilic's men, Wahib Khazri's wind-assisted corner that drifted straight into the Hammers' goal came after Andre Ayew had poked the visitors ahead after five...

 By Peter Thorne

Despite win over Swansea, West Ham are still very much a work in progress

Cheikhou Kouyate's first half goal for West Ham sunk Swansea City further in the Premier League relegation zone.
West Ham edged closer to guaranteeing their Prem survival, but Slaven Bilic doesn't want to underplay the task at hand.

At the final whistle against Swansea City on Saturday, some West Ham players dropped to their knees and raised their arms in celebration, as if they had won a major trophy. Meanwhile, in the technical area, manager Slaven Bilic, bent double in supplication and clenched his fists; his job saved for at least this season.

It may only have been a nervy 1-0 home win over a relegation-threatened side, who did not look like a team fighting for their own Premier League survival, but in any context, it was...