FT: Dev Squad 1-2 Everton U21

FT: Dev Squad 1-2 Everton U21

91: Three minutes of time have been added on. Everton are doing a good job of slowing the ball down and keeping possession. 

90: Sam Westley replaces Nathan Mavila. Jordan Brown tries to square it to Hector-Ingram along the six-yard line but Jonjoe Kenny slides in and clears. 

89: Hector-Ingram has another half-chance as he gets in-behind the defence but again Robinson is on hand to clear the danger. 

86: Everton's Joe Williams is done receiving treatment, thankfully it looks like he's OK to continue. 

84: Josh Pask has been one of the stand out players tonight and he demonstrates it again with well-timed tackle. He didn't panic but he got the job done. 

80: Parfitt-Williams lays an inviting ball for Hector-Ingram to run onto. He's about to pull the trigger but Robinson puts in a great last-ditch tackle to save his side. 

78: Everton go close again. Harry Charsley's effort goes wide of Spiegel's right-hand post. 

76: Substitute Dyson swings at a cross, under pressure from Knoyle, he skews it wide. 

72: Steve Potts responds by bringing Jahmal Hector-Ingram on in place of Grady Diangana. 

70: Double substitution for the Toffees, injecting fresh legs. Jack Bainbridge and Calum Dyson are on in place of goalscorers Chris Long and Kieran Dowell. 

68: More great build up play between Parfitt-Williams and Diangana. It was just a matter of inches away from the two combining with another delightful one-two. Looking forward to seeing more from this partnership in the near future. 

66: Smart save from Spiegel to deny Brendan Galloway who showed a great turn of pace. 

65: The Hammers look like they have a lot more energy now. Everton played on Monday night with a significant number of the same players. Could prove a decisive factor later in the game.  

60: The Hammers are visibly growing in confidence after that goal. They are hounding their opponents with a lot more vigour now.  

55: GOAL for the Hammers!! Djair Parfitt-Williams spins expertly beating his marker. He carries on into the box before unleashing a fierce curling shot into the far top corner. Excellent bit of quality, just what the Hammers needed. 1-2. 

48: 1-2 Everton. Would you believe it?! From the free-kick, Kieran Dowell steps us and his shot takes a wicked deflection and in. Nothing Spiegel could do about it. The ball was on course for the far left corner yet it nestled in the bottom right. 

48: Free-kick to Everton right on the edge of the box. The referee deemed Nasha's tackle to be a foul, it looked incredibly harsh. Nasha cannot believe it. 

46: We're back under here at Rush Green. A huge 45 minutes for all involved. 

HT: Half-time here at Rush Green, the visitors lead despite the Hammers enjoying more chances. Still a long way to go in this match. All to play for!

45+1: Free kick in a dangerous place for the hosts... Mavila elects to shoot but it is too straight and Hewelt makes a comfortable save. 

44: More pressure from the Hammers. Another decent delievery from Page but unfortunately no-one anticipated the ball into the box. Everton trying to slow the play down and maintain their lead into the break. 

40: On the balance of play, the Hammers have enjoyed the lion's share of the chances yet Everton have proved to be more clinical. We'll try and get a replay of Mavila's disallowed goal at half-time. 

36: A superb move from the Hammers ends with Nathan Mavila bursting into the box and forcing another good save from Hewelt. The move started with right-back Kyle Knoyle, through Parfitt-Williams and Page. 

34: Superb defending by Alex Pike to keep his side in the game! Everton's Long and Kieran Dowell beat the offside trap and look like they're about to double their lead, yet Pike comes out of nowhere to clear it off the line in the knick of time!

32: Another great chance. Brown, again, shows a great turn of pace and beats his man. Baring down on goal he chooses to shoot from a tight angle and the 'keeper smoothers. He had Diangana open in the six-yard box.

29: Another half-chance for Jordan Brown as he almost capitalises on a defensive mix up. Robinson and Hewelt cross wires, giving Brown a chance to sneak in but it falls wide. 

23: Goal for Everton. Chris Long runs onto a sloppy pass and slots it past Spiegel. A very calm finish. 0-1. 

20: Can we please just take a second to admire how good Page's cross was?! On the run, perfect height, pace and bend. Seconds later and the Hammers have the ball in the net, Nathan Mavila runs onto a wonderful through-ball and converts superbly yet he is flagged for offside. Close, very close. 

19: Superb pressing by Grady Diangana to win his side a throw-in. Seconds later he almost combines with Parfitt-Williams with a delightful one-two. Lewis Page picks up possession on the left wing and bombs forward. He puts in an inch-perfect cross for Jordan Brown to attack, he connects well but it falls just wide. 

16: A lot of industry and hardwork by both sides yet little by way of quality so far. Early doors still. 

13: Free kick to Everton in a dangerous position. Ryan Ledson elects to dink it into the box instead of shooting and it evades everyone and out for a goalkick. 

11: Seconds later, Jordan Brown bares down on goal, he takes the shot early on the edge of the box but it falls just wide of the far post.  

10: Josh Pask is allowed to venture forward into Everton's half. He readily accepts the invitation and lets fly from 30 yards. A decent effort but Mateusz Hewelt deals with it. 

7: Opportunity for Parfitt-Williams as he gets goalside of his marker Antonee Robinson but he can't quite get the right touch and it goes out for a goalkick.  

5: Good composure demonstrated by the Toffees so far. The Hammers are chasing them down but the visitors are finding their passes. 

3: Looks like the Hammers are playing a 4-2-3-1 formation with Jordan Brown up top with Grady Diangana, Djair Parfitt-Williams and Nathan Mavila the attacking midfielders behind. Amos Nasha and Moses Makasi are playing the holding role.  

1: Pre-match handshakes and coin toss have been completed and we're just seconds away from kicking. The Hammers are kicking left-to-right in the first half. 

18.55: We're just a few moments away from kick off! It really is do or die for the Hammers tonight. COYI!

18.50: Steve Potts makes two changes to from victory over Manchester City. Josh Pask and Nathan Mavila both start in place of Dan Potts and trailist Joel Ward. 

18.40: After tonight's game, the U18s are in action tomorrow in their final match of the season. The young Hammers face Leicester City at Little Heath, kick off is midday. Admission is completely FREE so if you can't make it to Villa Park, come down and see the future of West Ham! 

18.30: Tonight's visitors Everton also find themselves at the wrong end of the table. The Toffees are just one place above the hosts in eleventh with 21 points. David Unsworth's men will be looking to end a barren run of results. In their last game, they lost narrowly 1-0 to Sunderland on Monday evening.  

18.20: The Hammers go into tonight's game full of confidence having beaten Manchester City 2-1 last time out. However, the Irons will need to put in a similar level of performance if they are to secure the three points. In fact, they have to win in order to avoid relegation. 

18.05: Hello from a rainy Rush Green as the Development Squad play their final home game of the 2014/15 season. Tonight's opponents, Everton, are first out to warm up as their goalkeepers go for a pre-match stretch. 

West Ham United: Spiegel, Knoyle, Page (c), Makasi, Pask, Pike, Parfitt-Williams, Nasha, Brown, Diangana (Hector-Ingram 72), Mavila (Westley 90)
Subs: Brown, Sylvestre

Everton: Hewelt, Kenny (c), Robinson, Ledson, Browning, Galloway, Williams (Langton 91), Connolly, Long (Bainbridge 70), Dowell (Dyson 70), Charsley
Subs: Green, Hunt

Welcome to tonight's coverage of the Barclays U21 Premier League match between West Ham United's Development Squad and Everton U21s. Kick off from Rush Green is 7pm.