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Hammers on the box


Filed: Thursday, 31st January 2008
By: Matthew O'Greel


West Ham United's trip to Everton has been re-scheduled for a later start having been selected for live broadcast.

The game takes place on Saturday, 22nd March and will now kick off at 5.15pm rather than the previously arranged 3pm start after being selected by Setanta for a live showing.

It is the second year in succession that West Ham's trip to the Blue side of Stanley Park will be shown live. Alan Curbishley's side will be hoping to fare rather better than Alan Pardew's did last year when the Hammers went down 2-0 to goals from Leon Osman and James Vaughan.

West Ham's last win at Goodison Park came as recently as two seasons ago when a David Weir own goal and a Bobby Zamora strike gave the Irons a 2-1 win in thier first season back in the Premiership.





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