DAVID MOYES will be in charge of West Ham’s crunch relegation clash with Everton on Saturday.
It is believed the under-fire Hammers boss is now operating on a match-by-match basis after seeing his side drop into the bottom three.
For the first time since September, Moyes’ men are in the relegation zone, sitting 18th after 19 games, sparking major concern in the boardroom.
But Moyes WILL be in the dugout for the vital showdown with Frank Lampard’s 19th-placed Toffees at the London Stadium.
However, another bad result could see the board take action in order to avoid relegation this campaign.
Like Moyes, Lampard is also facing calls for his head after Everton fell to defeat against Prem basement side Southampton.
The Toffee‘s have not been relegated from the top flight since 1951.
A number of teams are currently facing the prospect of relegation along with West Ham, Everton and Southampton.
Just two points cover the table from bottom up to 14th.
Bournemouth, Wolves, Leicester and Leeds could all drop into the relegation zone if results don’t go their way one weekend.
Meanwhile, Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace remain just outside of touching distance, and could easily fall into the bottom three with a few poor results.