Goodison Park
Premier League • Day 36
  • 2nd Half
  • Everton
  • Sheffield United
  • Robinson
  • Baldock
  • DoucouréGomes
  • RodríguezBernard
  • Rodríguez
  • 1/2 Time
  • Everton
  • Sheffield United
  • HolgateSigurdsson
  • 1st Half
  • Everton
  • Sheffield United
  • Basham
  • Jebbison

Everton - Sheffield United

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It finishes Everton 0-1 Sheffield United. The Blades deal the Toffees' European hopes a major blow thanks to 17-year-old striker Daniel Jebbison's first half goal.


Bernard's cross floats harmlessly out of play. Time looks to be up for Everton.


Fleck throws himself into a challenge, typifying this robust Sheffield United display. The Blades on course to take all three points at Goodison.

  • George Baldock
    Yellow cardGeorge BaldockSheffield UnitedBaldock is the first Sheffield United player to go into the book.
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Baldock is the first Sheffield United player to go into the book.

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Final change for Everton as Andre Gomes replaces Doucoure.

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Substitution for Everton as Bernard replaces Rodriguez.


McGoldrick has a golden opportunity to double Sheffield United's lead, but Godfrey blocks his close range strike.


McGoldrick has a free header from a corner, but the Sheffield United striker can't divert his effort goalwards.


Ben Godfrey tries his luck from distance but blazes well wide - much to the displeasure of his manager Carlo Ancelotti.


Save! Ramsdale's at it again, as he palms Richarlison's effort from a tight angle round his near post.

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    Yellow cardJames RodríguezEvertonRodriguez goes into the book for a trip on Basham, the Colombian international's second foul on the edge of his own area in the space of five minutes.
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Rodriguez goes into the book for a trip on Basham, the Colombian international's second foul on the edge of his own area in the space of five minutes.


Egan heads over Oliver Norwood's free kick from close range - a half chance for Sheffield United to double their advantage.


It's another game without a clean sheet at home for Everton - can they find an equaliser?


Sigurdsson slides Calvert-Lewin through on goal, but the England international sees his effort cut out by a perfectly timed Egan challenge.


Fabulous feet from Rodriguez, and he sends Doucoure away on the right hand side, but the Everton midfielder's teasing cross is well cleared by John Egan.


Everton's half time change sees Coleman revert to right back as Sigurdsson joins the Toffees midfield.


Everton get us back underway at Goodison Park!

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Substitution for Everton at half time as Gylfi Sigurdsson replaces Mason Holgate.


Sheffield United deservedly lead at the break thanks to Jebbison's poacher's finish. 17 years old.


Chance! Michael Keane finds Richarlison in the Sheffield United area with a lofted pass, but the Everton forward slices his volley well over.


What a game Ramsdale is having - three big saves already from the Sheffield United number one.


It's a terrific double save from Ramsdale! First he gets down low to keep out a Richarlison header, and he's back on his feet seconds later to deny Calvert-Lewin from point blank range.


Rodriguez collects the ball on the edge of the area and works the space, before seeing his goal-bound effort blocked by Basham.


Chance! Jebbison almost has his second as he capitalises on a poor back pass from Mason Holgate, but Pickford is equal to his effort.


McGoldrick is at the heart of every positive Sheffield United move, the forward confidently spraying a perfect first-time pass to Robinson on the left flank.


Jordan Pickford beats away John Fleck's fizzing drive from range.


Digne goes down following a hefty challenge from Basham. The left back receives treatment on the sodden Goodison Park and is back to his feet.


Appeals for a penalty for Everton as Seamus Coleman's flick strikes Robinson's hand from point blank range, but these are waved away.


Dominic Calvert-Lewin sees his first sniff of goal of the evening, but his header from Digne's cross is comfortably held by Ramsdale.


James Rodriguez almost slips Richarlison through on goal with a fabulous pass, but it's cut out by a sliding Chris Basham.


David McGoldrick fires well wide for Sheffield United following good build up play from the visitors.


Confidence is flowing for Sheffield United after opening the scoring, the Blades effortlessly keeping the ball in the Everton half.


Aaron Ramsdale produces a strong, stretching save to deny Allan.


GOAL! It's a magical start to 17-year-old Daniel Jebbison's full Premier League debut as he pokes home Jack Robinson's cross.


Abdoulaye Doucoure marauds forward and sends Lucas Digne away down the left flank, but his dangerous cross is cleared.


Sheffield United get us underway at Goodison Park!


FIVE minutes until kick-off! It’s Everton vs Sheffield United in the Premier League, it’s live and it’s next!


With the uncertainty surrounding Sheffield United regarding Chris Wilder’s permanent replacement for next season, Paul Heckingbottom has called for unity from everyone at the club ahead of their final three Premier League fixtures. "Everyone - players, coaches, staff, directors - we all need to be working for one thing and that’s not ourselves, it’s the benefit of the football club,” the Blades interim boss said.


Everton have the fourth best away record in the top flight, but only Fulham have taken fewer than the Toffees' six points at home in 2021. Carlo Ancelotti has acknowledged their form has to change ahead of their final two Goodison Park fixtures of the campaign. "We have to pay attention because the home run is not good," the Toffees boss said in his pre-match press conference. "We would like to close this season at home with two good results.”


After making his Premier League debut with a substitute cameo against Crystal Palace in Sheffield United’s last outing, 17-year-old Daniel Jebbison is thrust into the starting XI today. Fellow teenagers Zak Brunt and Kyron Gordon could make their top flight bows from the bench.


James Rodriguez is back in the Everton side after sitting out the Toffees' last three with a calf injury. Can the Columbian international provide the attacking sparkle that was missing as Everton drew a blank at Villa Park on Thursday evening?


Sheffield United’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed in April, but the Blades still have pride to play for. Paul Heckingbottom’s side currently sit on 17 points; just five teams in Premier League history have failed to hit the 20 point mark. Victory today will guarantee that Sheffield United avoid being enrolled into this illustrious group.


Everton can move level on points with sixth place Tottenham with a win as they bid to qualify for Europe for the first time since the 2016/17 season. However, Carlo Ancelotti’s side have taken maximum points at Goodison Park on just five occasions this season, giving them the worst home record of the top 14 clubs in the Premier League.


Sheffield United make three changes to the side that lost 2-0 to Crystal Palace last time out, two of which are enforced with Sander Berge and Oliver Burke sidelined through injury, while Kean Bryan drops to the bench. In come Jack Robinson and Ben Osborn, and 17-year-old forward Daniel Jebbison is handed his first Premier League start.


One change for Everton following their midweek stalemate with Aston Villa. James Rodriguez returns to the side following a three-match injury layoff, with Gylfi Sigurdsson dropping to the bench.


TEAM NEWS: EVERTON: Pickford, Coleman, Holgate, Keane, Godfrey, Digne, Allan, Doucouré, Richarlison, Rodriguez, Calvert-Lewin… Subs: Virginia, Olsen, Delph, Sigurdsson, Iwobi, Nkounkou, Bernard, Gomes, Davies. /// SHEFFIELD UNITED: Ramsdale, Basham, Egan, Robinson, Baldock, Stevens, Norwood, Osborn, Fleck, McGoldrick, Jebbison… Subs: Foderingham, Bogle, Lowe, Brunt, Bryan, Brewster, Gordon, Lundstram, Lagielka .


Hello and welcome to Eurosport’s LIVE coverage of the Premier League clash between Everton and Sheffield United at Goodison Park. The Toffees can move to within touching distance of the European spots with victory, while for the already relegated Blades it’s a case of pride preservation as they attempt to avoid a host of unwanted Premier League records.