Everton v’s Newcastle match Preview

MNF Premier League - Monday 23rd April Kick off 8pm Goodison Park. Sam Allardyce and Rafa Benitez lock horns when Everton and Newcastle meet tonight for Monday Night Football. The pressure is on and Everton and Newcastle are separated by just one place and one point in the Premier League - both have 11 wins... Continue Reading →

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Swansea city V’s Everton FC Match Preview

Swansea vs Everton Premier League 3:00pm Saturday 14th April @ The Liberty StadiumThe Liberty Stadium. Five games to go. That’s 450 minutes plus injury time of this grim season, let's smash it Blues. 🙏🏼🔵 This is a huge game for Swansea, who could take a significant step towards survival if they can rack up a... Continue Reading →

The Sh*te (H) – Player Ratings

Another opportunity for this group of Everton players and their manager to provide a spirited performance. This time against a weakened Liverpool side. (Ratings are made on a scale of 1-10 with 1 being woeful, 5 being average and 10 being outstanding. Any substitutions brought on after 75 minutes will receive no rating [NR]). Manager... Continue Reading →

“The Derby” EFC V’s LFC Match Preview.

Saturday, April 7, 2018 — 12:30pm Kick off at Goodison Park Referee: Michael Oliver It is the 231st Merseyside derby. Everton manager Sam Allardyce believes it could be the perfect time to claim the Merseyside derby bragging rights with Liverpool in Champions League quarter-final second leg action on Tuesday. However should the Everton boss lose on Saturday afternoon... Continue Reading →

Man.City (H) – Player ratings

Everton would have needed to provide their best performance in order to get any kind of result against the Premier league champions elect. failing to meet any kind of expectations, Everton fell to a 3-1 defeat. (Ratings are made on a scale of 1-10, with 1 being awful, 5 being average and 10 being outstanding.... Continue Reading →

Everton v’ Man City match Preview

Goodison Park, 5.30pm K.O - Saturday 31st March 2018. Everton are the only Premier League team Pep Guardiola has not beaten as the Manchester City manager and there cannot be greater incentive to complete the set than the prize on the horizon that would follow a victory at Goodison Park. Three points will offer City... Continue Reading →

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