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Everton - Fulham
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FT: Everton 0-2 Fulham. Maja's second-half double claims a first win in 13 for Fulham to give their hopes of avoiding the drop a boost. Everton were flat and miss the chance to really close the gap on the top four. They still have games in hand, but remain seventh.
- Yellow cardMichael KeaneEverton
Keane and Onomah booked.
Sigurdsson wants a penalty as he tries to meet Bernard's cross. He claims a high boot, but there's no contact. The referee isn't interested. Fulham are home free now.
- OnJosh OnomahFulham
FULHAM CHANGE: Lemina off, Onomah on.
Four minutes added.
Keane meets Holgate's right-wing cross, but it lacks power and Areola plucks it out of the air.
Fulham still working tirelessly to see this one out. Everton have thrown bodies forward, but haven't produced anything to really set off any alarm bells in that final third.
Everton have huffed and puffed in the last 5-10 minutes without really looking like mounting a dramatic recovery. Of course, one goal could yet change that though...
- OffAdemola LookmanFulham
- OnAndré Zambo AnguissaFulham
FULHAM CHANGE: Anguissa on for Lookman.
GOOA- NO! Everton think they have one back as King slides in to beat Areola to Gomes' cross - but the flag is rightly up for offside. Still 2-0 to the visitors.
Sigurdsson finally tests Areola with a bouncing 20-yard effort that is food and drink to the keeper.
VIDEO: Maja makes it two.
- OffJosh MajaFulham
- OnIvan CavaleiroFulham
FULHAM CHANGE: Maja off, Cavaleiro on.
- OffJames RodríguezEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: Bernard on for James, who has needed treatment for a knock.
Ancelotti looks stunned on the touchline. This wasn't in the Everton script.
- GoalJosh MajaFulham
GOAL! It's Maja at the double! The forward has the simple task of tapping into an empty net after Reed's 25-yard shot came back off the post.
Everton break at speed from a Fulham corner. The hosts send King on an one-on-one chase with Tete, but the Fulham man puts on the after-burners and manages to get make a crucial challenge.
VIDEO: Maja magic.
Fulham rip through Everton again. Loftus-Cheek drives to the right of the box and cuts it back for Lookman to rifle a first-time shot just over.
- OffTom DaviesEverton
- OnJoshua KingEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: King on for Davies.
- OffSeamus ColemanEverton
- OnMichael KeaneEverton
EVERTON CHANGE: Keane on for Coleman.
It's still all Fulham. The goal hasn't been the wake-up call Evertonians would hope it would be. Surely Ancelotti will make some changes soon.
Doesn't look like Ancelotti's team talk did much for Everton in terms of getting them fired up.
- GoalJosh MajaFulham
GOAL! Maja marks his debut with a goal! It's a deserved opener for the visitors as Maja slides in from close range after a great work from Aina and Lookman down the left.
STAT: Everton have won just one of their past six home league matches versus promoted teams (D1, L4).
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KICK OFF! Everton get the second period underway.
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HT: Everton 0-0 Fulham.
One minute added.
Lookman jinks in from the left once more, but this time he hammers an optimistic strike high into the stand.
DID YOU KNOW? Ancelotti is unbeaten against Fulham as a Premier League manager, winning four and drawing once. As for Parker, his first points as Fulham boss came in a 2-0 home win over Everton in April 2019.
Gomes does well to read Lookman's mazy run from the left and stop the ex-Everton man from twinkle-toeing his way towards goal.
Coleman wins the ball just inside the Fulham half and is allowed to drive all the way to the edge of the box. He lets fly with a low attempt but sees it clip Areola's left-hand post and spin wide.
Finally.... a shot from Everton. It's not a particularly good one, but it's a start. James feeds Gomes in a pocket of space 25 yards out, but his low drive is well off target.
Are Everton missing Calvert-Lewin THAT much? They've just not got going. Fulham have played some lovely stuff and deserve to be ahead - but it remains goalless.
STAT: The Cottagers are on a club record-equalling run of 12 Premier League matches without a win. That includes eight draws and four defeats. They just can’t find the goals to turn some of those results into wins. They have drawn the last four away from home.
Lookman cuts in from the left, exchanges a one-two with Reid and skews an awkward shot wide of the near post.
Digne hopes to change that with a deep free-kick from the left towards the far post. It's got a tad too much whip on it though, and there's still no danger for Fulham.
Everton have yet to register an attempt at goal. Fulham have had three.
VIDEO: Fulham go oh-so close!
DID YOU KNOW? Only four of Everton's11 league wins have come on home turf.
CLOSE! Reed fizzes a first-time 25-yard drive just wide of the far post. Fulham have been so bright in this opening period. Everton look flat.
STAT: The Blues' haul of 37 points is their third highest after 21 matches of a Premier League season.
Fulham carve Everton open down the right. Loftus-Cheek has time to find a teammate with a cutback, but completely misses Maja, who had made the run to the far post.
STAT: Excluding own goals, Fulham have had a league-low seven different scorers.
CLOSE! Fulham somehow fail to score. A flick on from a right-wing corner hits the far post. Aina sees his follow-up blocked before Andersen skies it over.
Maja can only hang a hopeful leg out and fire the ball over the bar after Olsen failed to deal with a high free kick into a packed area.
Olsen makes a smart save to deny Loftus-Cheek after the midfielder made a run from deep to latch on to Reed's long ball. The flag was up, so it wouldn't have counted, but good goalkeeping all the same.
It's been low key in the early sparring. Neither side doing much with their possession of the ball.
It’s worth noting that the Toffees are winless in three home league games, drawing once and losing twice. Indeed, Ancelotti could fail to win in four home league games for the first time since December 2007.
ARE FULHAM DUE OR IS THIS A HOME BANKER? A Fulham draw or loss would see the Cottagers equal the Football League record of 28 winless matches away to a particular opponent. The Cottagers have drawn four and lost 23 of their previous league trips to Everton in all divisions.
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KICK OFF! Fulham get this contest up and running.
DID YOU KNOW? Fulham's only two wins at Goodison Park came in the FA Cup - one of them being on Valentine's Day in 1948.
LIVELY LOOKMAN: Ademola Lookman has had a hand in six league goals this season with three goals and three assists. A former Everton star, Lookman notched one goal in 36 Premier League outings for Everton between 2017-19.
HOME JAMES: Seven of James Rodriguez has been involved in eight league goals this season - and seven have come at Goodison Park.
Parker on Carlo: “To win what [Ancelotti's] won over the course of his career speaks volumes, so he’s someone I look to and admire."
Joshua King will hope to make an impact from the bench tonight: “This squad and club are reaching and climbing and building something. I am eager to prove myself and to try to give the boss a reason to pick me. I feel ready and this week of training will do me good. I am focusing on working hard and trying to reach my top form as quickly as possible.”
Harrison Reed: “Everton are in great form and we know it’s a big battle to go to Goodison Park. It’s always been a tough place to go but we go into every game full of confidence. We feel like we can beat any team, we’ve feel like we’ve been in games and just the wrong side of small margins here and there, so hopefully that changes and we can pick up the three points.”
Lucas Digne on why Everton has proved to be an ideal move for him: “It was not easy to leave Barcelona because it was my dream club when I was young. But I knew for my career it would be better to be at Everton. It was a perfect decision for me. I can develop myself in England, with the intensity, the running, the challenges, I have more crosses every game. Everything is totally different and I am enjoying myself.”
Scott Parker may be focused on Fulham’s survival bid, but he did have something to say about the compensation the Cottagers have been told they will receive for youngster Harvey Elliott: "£4m for a player we have developed, given his Premier League debut at such a tender age, he is one player that we thought the world of. And helped him in that process. To then leave like he did... and go to a tribunal where you get £4m, or up to £4m like has been suggested. It's certainly from my position, it's madness really. Because I think we all recognise, and I recognise that Harvey Elliott has the potential of being a top-class football player. Liverpool have taken him off us for minimal numbers, for the potential of what Harvey is capable of."
Carlo Ancelotti: “The last league game we played at home was a defeat, a surprise, we don’t want surprises against Fulham, while knowing it is a difficult game for a lot of reasons. We are not far from the first four places and our target is to stay there.”
Everton make two changes from their last PL encounter. Gylfi Sigurdsson – who starred in their 5-4 FA Cup win over Spurs – and Seamus Coleman start. Joshau King is on the bench despite the absence of top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Fulham also make two changes. Deadline day recruit, Josh Maja chalks up his maiden start while Ola Aina also features. Aleksandar Mitrovic is out after testing positive for Covid-19.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - EVERTON: Olsen, Coleman, Holgate, Godfrey, Digne, Gomes, Doucoure, Davies, Rodriguez, Richarlison, Sigurdsson... Subs: Virginia, Keane, Mina, Nkounkou, Onyango, Allan, Iwobi, Bernard. King. /// FULHAM: Areola, Tete, Andersen, Adarabiayo, Aina, Lemina, Reed, Loftus-Cheek, Reid, Maja, Lookman.... Subs: Rodak, Hector, Odoi, Ream, Kongolo, Robinson, Onomah, Anguissa, Cavaleiro.
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