And that's full time. The perfect send off for David Moyes, and I hope you have enjoyed the commentary. Give me a follow at @danielstorey85 why don't you? Have a lovely Sunday evening.
Everton's final change. Man of the Match Mirallas replaced.
A nice touch from Everton, giving Tony Hibbert a run after serious injury. The defender was in Moyes' first team when at the club. He replaces Osman.
Andy Carroll has been very quiet, but he rises wonderfully to head a Jarvis cross against the post.
Baines free kick, and Fellaini tries to help the ball across goal. It drfits just over, however.
Collins catches Pienaar, and is probably lucky not to be booked again. Common sense refereeing, as it was more of a collision really.
Osman shoots, and again Jaaskelainen saves. Getting tired of writing that now!
Collins will be booked for a foul on Pienaar. Can't blame the defender for his frustration.
I've literally not mentioned Andy Carroll's name until now, but he plays in Joe Cole who forces Howard into a stop.
Another Everton corner. It says a lot about the pattern of this game that Coleman has hardly been in his own half since the game began.
Nolan trips up Mirallas cynically, and is lucky not to be booked.
Jelavic is in the middle of a seriosu drought, but you have to suspect he will get a chance in these latter stages, with West Ham looking ragged.
Anichebe replaced by Jelavic
Coleman again in acres of space, and the ball ends with Leighton Baines, who shoots wide.
This time it is Anichebe who should score, but his diving header loops off his shoulder and goes harmlessly wide.
Yet another block from Collins! Him and his goalkeeper deserve to avoid any criticism and have been fantastic. This time Osman is blocked from close range.
Another wonderful save from Jaakelainen, this time denying Osman with a sprawling stop from lose range. Everton in danger of running riot.
The game has flattened slightly. West Ham seem happy to settle for defeat, still unable to push forward and threaten their opponents.
The rain is pouring down at Goodison, but it will not do anything to dampen the spirits of the home faithful.
Mirallas booked for celebrating with the fans, and there is an unbelievable atmosphere at Goodison right now.
So cruel on James Collins. He has been left exposed today, and the ball takes a huge deflection before looping over Jaaskelainen.
Kevin Mirallas gets his second, and that's 2-0 Everton
This time Mirallas shoots over as David Moyes' name is sung at full volume around Goodison.
Gibson shoots from 20 yards after fine work from Anichebe, but it flies high and wide.
West Ham make their second change as Allardyce tries to alter the pattern of the game.
Joe Cole enters the fray, replacing Jack Collison
Everton slightly guilty of not committing enough forward here. three or four balls have been played in front of goals with no takers.
Deep cross from Baines, and at the far post Osman fires the ball almost along the goal line and to safety.
Coleman has a shot, but Collins blocks. Story of the first half, that.
Anichebe holds the ball up for Mirallas, but the Belgian's shot goes five yards wide. Good hold up play from the forward
Coleman crosses from deep, but it drifts behind. Everton's right back has looked sharp going forward today
Everton seem happy to play the ball at a slower pace in this second half initially, presumably forcing West Ham out at them
Ball flashes across goal from Baines, but Anichebe cannot reach it at the front post.
Diame has been replaced by Carlton Cole
And that's the whistle for the break. Everton have been dominant, West Ham fairly abject. Join me for more in fifteen minutes
We will have one minute added time.
Like so much in the half, the set piece sails over the six attackers in the box and out for a throw in.
West Ham win a free kick out wide, a slightly harshly-awarded handball against Baines. Chance before the break.
As we approach half time, Sam Allardyce must be disappointed with his side's showing so far.
I'm told that Guy Demel has been booked for dissent following the block by Collin a minute or two ago.
A Mirallas shot from the edge of the box, and this time Nolan is the man who blocks with a sprawling dive.
From the corner, Distin heads wide.
Collins is a one-man defence at the moment, this time blocking a Fellaini shot for another Everton corner.
Mirallas is having one of his special days, never failing to beat a man almost every time
Nolan with a chance in the box, but he shins wide from eight yards. The ball was falling from a height, but should have done better.
Great defending from James Collins to block Anichebe's shot after it looked like the striker was going to get a shot away.
Tim Howard has had nothing to do in this first half until now, but has just made a fantastic diving stop from Kevin Nolan, clawing the ball away with his left hand.
By the way, hearing that Roberto Mancini has left Manchester City
The Hammers are finally enjoying a spell of possession, and it is important for them to try and gain a firm standing here. For all Everton's dominance, it is still just 1-0
Fair to say that the ball struck Jaaskelainen in a painful place!
Fine save from Jaaskelainen. Mirallas walks the ball through the area. His shot is blocked but falls to Anichebe. He fires the ball at goal but the Finnish keeper makes a fantastic save.
Perhaps they look just like a team that has secured safety and is fatigued?
West Ham haven't got their passing going yet. Too often the ball goes out of play after defenders are left with little option in midfield.
Corner to Everton. Anichebe does well with back to goal, and after turning his shot deflects wide.
Everything now being played in the West Ham half, although Everton are now taking the opportunity to settle on the ball and slow things down.
Mirallas again almost through, and a mix-up between Collins and Jaaskelainen almost causes West Ham a serious problem. The goalkeeper finally cleans up.
Mirallas caught offside, but it looked level. The Belgian would have been through down the left hand side.
Everton playing some wonderful stuff through midfield, Osman and Fellaini the pivots on which full backs and wingers can operate. All too easy.
West Ham need to get a foothold in this game quickly.
Osman invited to shoot from 25 yards, but the shot is straight at Jaaskelainen with his weaker foot.
Phil Dowd seems unwilling to give Everton a free kick after attacks are broken up by clear fouls on two separate occasions
Anichebe shoots just wide for Everton, a low softly-struck effort.
Everton continuing to press, and the players (and fans) look determined to give their manager a good send-off
Dipping effort from Gibson, which lands on the roof of the goal.
Wonderful move from the home side. Baines plays it to Fellaini, who in turns lays it off to Pienaar. The South African plays in Mirallas for his finish.
Mirallas gives Everton the lead with a side footed finish from the edge of the area
West Ham looking for the direct ball forward in these early stages, but twice in succession the ball rolls through to Howard
Fellaini aims a header on goal, which almost falls ideally to Distin. The defender is unable to steer his shot on target.
And another corner, this time from the left hand side.
First corner, Collins cutting out a Mirallas cross from the right
Baines whips in a delivery, which is cut out before it finds Pienaar
Everton start by playing the ball around midfield nicely, the pitch in great nick for this stage of the season
We are underway...
Tim Cahill is spotted sitting next to Bill Kenwright. Nice to see
Everton fans are clearly bitterly disappointed to lose their man, but it is difficult to vent frustration at such a servant.
A rapturous ovation for the outgoing man. Spine-tingling.
A huge roar goes around Goodison as the players come out. And now for the manager...
Clare gets in touch: "So gutted to see Moyes go, he brought us from Walter Smith days of relegation to top 4 but wish him all the best"
West ham fan Jack Lee has been in touch: "Great season for the hammers and delighted that big sams signed a new contract 2 1 to west ham"
Fans and photographers huddle around the tunnel as David Moyes prepares to take his last adorations after 11 years in charge.
A last reminder to get in touch with a thought or prediction on the game at <@danielstorey85>. Give me a follow and a message on David Moyes. Hammers fans, happy with your season?
The signs on the stand say "In Moyes We Trust" but the rain pours down on a Goodison which has a rather gloomy feel to it currently. This feels more like a mourning than celebration of good times.
It would be remiss not to mention West Ham too. They guaranteed themselves safety last week, news that saw manager Sam Allardyce awarded a new two-year deal.
Gabriel has been in touch on Twitter to say this: "No criticism of him to give! Done an incredible job at Everton, and it's the right move for him. He'll get a send off. 3-0"
"They are all very much a part of what I have been trying to achieve at Everton and they have all bought into it."
"I have brought nearly all the current players to Everton in my time and I do feel disappointed to be leaving them."
"Over the years we've had brilliant players come through the door but more importantly I think I have had great men and I would never have been given any opportunity to succeed at Everton if it wasn't for the help that I have received from all the players who have worked under me."
"Today sees me manage Everton at Goodison Park for the last time"
Moyes has written his Goodison programme notes for the last time. Here are the best excerpts:
West Ham Jaaskelainen, Demel, O'Brien, Collins, Reid, O'Neil, Diame, Nolan (c), Collison, Jarvis, Carroll Subs: Henderson, Pogatetz, Taylor, Noble, J.Cole, Vaz Te, C.Cole
Everton:Howard, Coleman, Baines, Distin, Jagielka (c), Mirallas, Osman, Gibson, Pienaar, Fellaini, Anichebe Subs: Mucha, Hibbert, Heitinga, Barkley, Naismith, Oviedo, Jelavic
Whilst I await your words, here are the teams:
This lead-up to kick of will allow you to give your thanks, praise and possibly even criticism of the outgoing manager. Get in touch by contacting me on danielstorey85.
Today marks his last home game in charge, in a game that also sees Phil Neville say goodbye to the Goodison faithful.
Unless you've had your head buried several feet below the sand you'll know by now that Everton manager David Moyes is off to pastures new (and rather more spectacular).
This might normally be seen a sleepy, end-of-season affair, but this week's news has made the opposite true.
Good afternoon and welcome to commentary from Goodison Park where Everton take on West Ham