Sean Dyche’s troubled Toffees will face David Moyes’ West Ham United in the Premier League this weekend.

The Blues currently sit 16th in the table whilst the Hammers are 9th between Manchester United and Chelsea.

Saturday will see the 150th meeting between the clubs. Below, Mersey Sport Live looks at the five most entertaining Premier League encounters between them:

08 May 1999       Everton v West Ham United        6-0

This list starts merely seven months before the turn of the millennium at Goodison Park on a cold May afternoon. The day must have been looking increasingly miserable for Evertonians as, on paper, West Ham’s starting XI was impressive.

Harry Redknapp named 21-year-old rising talents Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard accompanied by the experience of Ian Wright and Paolo Di Canio in his side. However, Walter Smith’s Blues fought ferociously embodied by a 63-minute hattrick from Kevin Campbell accompanied with goals from Francis Jeffers, Don Hutchinson and a well-struck Michael Ball penalty.

This result ultimately secured the Toffees a 14th place finish and is still the biggest victory between the sides in the Premier League era.

29 Sep 2001        Everton v West Ham United        5-0

After back-to-back defeats against reigning champions Manchester United and Merseyside rivals Liverpool, September 2001 started poorly for Everton fans.

The prospect of a struggling West Ham United gave the Toffees hope. The Hammers lined up with a 20-year-old Michael Carrick accompanied in midfield by former Blue, Don Hutchinson. On the other hand, Everton fielded a strong side including Paul Gascoigne.

It took 45 minutes for the goal-fest to begin, when Kevin Campbell netted from a well worked cross. After that, a shambolic Hutchinson own goal, a neat Thomas Gravesen finish, a scruffy Steve Watson goal and a well finished strike from Tomasz Radzinski gifted the Blues maximum points.

21 Sep 2013        West Ham United v Everton        2-3

Everton approached this game confidently after a 1-0 victory over Chelsea and the newly appointed Jose Mourinho. They were sitting pretty at 5th in the table whilst the 14th placed Hammers had previously drawn with Southampton.

In the 31st minute, a Ravel Morrison strike heavily deflected off Phil Jagielka to put the Hammers into the lead. In the second half, James Collins brought down Ross Barkley far outside the box but set-piece specialist Leighton Baines thundered the ball into the top left corner bringing the sides level.

Then, another foul added jeopardy into the game when James McCarthy brought down Kevin Nolan in the box and Mark Noble dispatched the subsequent penalty putting the Hammers ahead again.

From hero to zero, a second yellow card for Noble saw Lee Mason give him his marching orders. Who else but Baines? The left-back secured his brace with another masterful free kick to bring the scores level.

Late on, a 20-year-old Romelu Lukaku scored a towering header (injuring himself in the process) to grant the Toffees another three points.

05 Mar 2016       Everton v West Ham United        2-3

Two of the most electric players in the league at the time faced off in this game, Dimitri Payet and Romelu Lukaku. They were players of completely different profiles but were equally as entertaining.

Lukaku struck first for Everton, spinning Reece Oxford and ruthlessly finishing off his left foot into the bottom right-hand corner to put the Toffees in the lead. After a first yellow card for diving, Kevin Mirallas was given his marching orders for a late tackle on Aaron Cresswell.

The lightning-quick Aaron Lennon then burst through the centre of the West Ham defence and finished a second for Everton. Lukaku was then given a penalty with the chance to put the game out of reach of the London outfit.

In the 78th minute, a Michail Antonio header brought West Ham back into the game. Just three minutes later, another towering header from Diafra Sakho brought the teams back to level-pegging.

In the dying embers, West Ham’s magician, Payet scored to win the game for the visitors.