West Ham United have faced Everton on 125 occasions in their history and will be hoping to record a 37th victory over the Toffees when the two sides meet at Goodison Park on Sunday.

Here, whufc.com takes a look back at six memorable successes on Merseyside, starting with the Hammers' last three-point haul at Everton, back in 2005.

Everton 1-2 West Ham United
Premier League
14 December 2005

The Hammers had already established themselves in the top half of the Premier League table - just seven months after achieving promotion from the Championship - when they were faced with a trip to Everton just before Christmas.

The game started badly for the visitors when James Beattie gave Everton a ninth minute lead, but Alan Pardew's men did not let their heads drop and were soon level thanks to a David Weir own goal.

West Ham pushed on after the interval and secured all three points in the 67th minute with a Bobby Zamora goal. The three points lifted them up to seventh in the table, and they would end the campaign in ninth place and as FA Cup runners-up.

Everton 0-1 West Ham United
Premier League
1 January 1994

West Ham made the perfect start to 1994 by travelling back from Merseyside with all three points thanks to a solid away performance.

Tim Breacker notched one of his three goals of the campaign to break the deadlock with what turned out to be the solitary strike.

Billy Bonds' men would go on to finish a comfortable 13th that season with 52 points, but the Toffees were in grave relegation danger right until the very end and only survived by a narrow two point margin thanks to a dramatic 3-2 final day victory over Wimbledon.

Tim Breacker

Tim Breacker

Everton 0-1 West Ham United
Division One
29 August 1983

West Ham met Everton at the start of the 1983/84 season and took over top spot in the Division One table with this 1-0 victory over the Toffees.

The Hammers were fresh from a 4-0 thumping of Birmingham City on the opening day and maintained their perfect record thanks to a Steve Walford goal.

Pole position would remain West Ham's until October, and they were in third as late as March, but an indifferent run of form at the end of the campaign saw them slip down to ninth position.

Everton 1-2 West Ham United
Division One
25 November 1972

Trevor Brooking and Clyde Best were the men on target as the Hammers registered a 2-1 victory at Goodison Park in the winter of 1972.

Brooking would notch 11 goals that season, while Best weighed in with nine as West Ham enjoyed a fine campaign which saw them finish up in sixth place.

It was not quite as plain sailing for Everton, who were down at the other end of the table, although they did end with a relatively healthy seven-point gap over the relegation zone.

Clyde Best

Clyde Best

Everton 1-2 West Ham United
Division Two
27 March 1954

The Hammers were still searching for a way back to the top flight when they faced Everton in the 1953/54 season, but it was their opponents who would go on to secure promotion that campaign, with West Ham down in mid-table.

However, the Londoners still managed to inflict defeat on the Toffees in their away fixture by the odd goal in three.

Jim Barrett and Tommy Dixon scored the goals for the Hammers, although Everton's promotion ambitions were not harmed as they ended in second.

Everton 0-4 West Ham United
Division One
10 April 1929

The Hammers biggest margin of victory at Goodison was the 4-0 triumph they enjoyed towards the end of the 1928/29 campaign.

What made the scoreline more remarkable was the fact West Ham were defeated 7-0 up at Everton in the previous season.

They made up for that with a four-goal showing thanks to a hat-trick from Vivian Gibbins, added to an Everton own goal.

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