Key duo could return for Hammers

West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola could have Jack Collison and James Tomkins back for Sunday's crucial Premier League clash at Everton (4pm).

Last Updated: 02/04/10 at 17:14

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Collison (knee) and Tomkins (ankle) have been struggling but may be fit to return, along with Herita Ilunga who is trying to overcome a knee injury.

Kieron Dyer is a doubt after he came off at half-time against Stoke last week while Guillermo Franco is unavailable as he recovers from an Achilles injury.

Hammers (from): Green, Daprela, Upson, Gabbidon, Collins, Tomkins, Behrami, Parker, Kovac, Faubert, Cole, Diamanti, McCarthy, Stech, Spector, Stanislas, Noble, Ilan, Mido, Da Costa, Dyer.

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