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Everton relieved after last-minute equaliser against West Ham United in FA Cup – video

Striker Romelu Lukaku is praised by Everton manager Roberto Martínez after scoring a last-minute goal to draw 1-1 against West Ham in the third round of the FA Cup on Tuesday. West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce is unhappy with the outcome, saying that he would prefer not to have a replay, which takes place on Tuesday Continue reading…

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Everton defeat would have been ‘a crime’ – Martinez

Romelu Lukaku’s injury-time equaliser prevented a fifth consecutive defeat, with the manager satisfied with the display

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Everton 1-1 West Ham United | FA Cup third round match report

Roberto Martínez gambled the house, or Everton’s transfer kitty at least, on Romelu Lukaku in the summer and the £28m striker repaid his under-pressure manager with a precious 90th minute equaliser to deny West Ham United victory at Goodison Park. Everton were on the brink of an eighth defeat in ten matches when their record signing struck to give Martínez much-needed relief. His Everton side had fought and created, and gave lie to…

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Everton 1-1 West Ham: Last-gasp Lukaku forces replay

With the Toffees facing a fifth consecutive defeat thanks to James Collins’s second-half header, the Belgian netted from close range in stoppage time to keep his team in the FA Cup

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Everton v West Ham: FA Cup – live!

FA Cup third-round updates from the 7.45pm GMT kick-off at Goodison Park Live scoreboard! Follow all of the night’s games as they happen And email gregg.bakowski@theguardian.com or tweet @GreggBakowski 7.45pm GMT Everton’s lineup, with four at the back, seems much more solid to me. Expect both to play lone forwards, with Lukaku leading the line for Everton and Valencia doing that job for West Ham. 7.42pm GMT Goodison Park looks about 75% full as the teams emerge to…

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FA Cup – Everton v West Ham – Confirmed starting line-ups

Given our superb start to the season, there is no reason for Sam Allardyce to field a weakened side tonght like he

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Winston Reid’s future at West Ham United uncertain, says Sam Allardyce – video

Sam Allardyce, the manager of West Ham United, looks ahead to his team’s match against Everton on Tuesday in the third round of the FA Cup. Allardyce says this round of the tournament is his priority, comparing it with his situation last year. The manager also comments on defender Winston Reid’s position with the club as the New Zealand defender’s contract comes up for renewal Continue reading…

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Everton – West Ham Preview: FA Cup offers respite from Toffees’ league woes

The hosts have lost their last four matches on the trot to fall to 13th in the Premier League and face one of the season’s surprise packages in the seventh-placed Hammers

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Chelsea’s Cesc Fàbregas tops Premier League statistics but there are surprises | Jacob Steinberg

Only Yaya Touré comes close to the Spaniard on passes made but Burnley have the sprint specialist and maybe Manchester United’s defence is not so bad • Click here to see the data for the midway point of the season • Interactive chart after 19 games Are you sitting down? Good, then you are in the perfection position to digest the shocking news that with the first half of the season behind us Cesc Fàbregas has …

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Fabregas chasing records & a first for Manchester United in 85 games – Opta’s Weekend in Numbers

The Chelsea midfielder has recorded 13 assists after 18 games – the most of any player at the midway point – while Louis van Gaal named a rare unchanged team against Tottenham

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Premier League latest: all Sunday 28 December’s team news

West Ham’s Alex Song is expected to return against former club Arsenal while Vincent Kompany may be available for Manchester City after injury Hugo Lloris is fit to start for Spurs despite being left bloodied in their win over Leicester. The keeper was caught in the face by Jamie Vardy at the end of the 2-1 Boxing Day win but is available to face United. Ryan Mason could return to the starting line-up following an …

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Nick Miller

What team will Brendan Rodgers put out, Newcastle are in flux, Arsenal’s mental block and is this the end for Alan Irvine? There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that this section won’t be another thing about Steven Gerrard’s place in the Liverpool team. The bad news is that, well, it will be a little bit about Steven Gerrard’s place in the Liverpool team. Even with a squad laden…

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Who will finish behind Chelsea and Manchester City in the top four? | Andy Hunter

With Chelsea and City set for top two Premier League slots, nine clubs are chasing two remaining Champions League places • Match report: Sunderland 0-0 Chelsea • Match report: Southampton 0-3 Manchester City Those expecting an end to Southampton’s remarkable response to the summer exodus from the club, and a repeat of last season’s decline once a daunting run of fixtures arrived, should not feel too smug just yet. Sunday’s comprehensive defeat by Manchester City followed the loss of the influential Morgan …

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Everton’s Harry Catterick is the forgotten great of British managers

The Goodison faithful found the manager difficult to love even when he was winning trophies but he deserves to be remembered and held in higher regard Look closely and you will find the little blue and white plaque on the side of the Goodison Road stand. Nothing too fancy, but at least Everton have something small to mark Harry Catterick, even if they did take their time. The first set of 11 “Everton Greats” plaques was put…

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Everton and West Ham charged by FA over Goodison Park melee

• Tackle by Everton’s James McCarthy sparked confrontation • Clubs have until 1 December to respond to charge • Everton manager Roberto Martínez defends Dave Whelan Everton and West Ham have been charged by the FA for “failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion” during Saturday’s game at Goodison Park . There was a melee after Everton’s James McCarthy tackled Morgan Amalfitano, with West Ham players confronting the Republic

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Roberto Martínez living by his values as Everton see off West Ham United

• Everton manager defends his former boss at Wigan • Martínez’s forwards worth more than sum of their parts • Evergreen Osman secures victory on landmark occasion Roberto Martínez has a capacity to see the best in everyone and that certainly extends to the man who launched his career in English football and gave him the chance to manage in the Premier League. The Wigan owner, Dave Whelan, has vowed to resign as the Championship club’s chairman if the Football Association punishes…

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Everton 2-1 West Ham – Behind enemy lines

So that’s what losing feels like? Having enjoyed an unbeaten run of five games, Everton are the team to inflict our first defeat since the end of September. Given our extensive and almost sudden injury list – which included almost all of our best performers this season – coming away from Goodison Park with anything… Read more »

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Everton 2-1 West Ham United | Premier League match report

If Evertonians arrived to laud Leon Osman for his longevity and loyalty on a landmark occasion, they departed grateful for his enduring quality. The midfielder joined the elite band of players who have represented the Merseyside club 400 times and marked the occasion in style. His winner was a reminder that, over 11 years, he has forged a reputation as a goalscoring midfielder and his eye for an opening was apparent again. Having…

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Everton 2-1 West Ham: Toffees strike on the break to down Hammers

The midfielder was in the right place at the right time to latch on to Samuel Eto’o’s inch-perfect cross to hand the hosts three points against Sam Allardyce’s men

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Everton v West Ham – Confirmed starting line-ups

Much has been made of how Sam Allardyce deals with a bit of an injury crisis in the squad today at Everton. If rumours are to be believed, we’ll be without Cheikhou Kouyate, Stewart Downing and Diafra Sakho at Goodison Park today, all of which have been so important to our impressive start to the… Read more »

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Is this how West Ham will line up against Everton?

With the injury problems we face today, the strength in depth we’ve all been raving about has its chance to shine. If rumours are to be believed, we’ll be without Cheikhou Kouyate, Stewart Downing and Diafra Sakho at Goodison Park today, all of which have been so important to our impressive start to the season…. Read more »

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Everton v West Ham – Team news, match stats, predictions and more

Many have touted us as the new Everton of the Premier League in recent weeks as we show some real potential of battling for a Europa League spot this season. Even Toffees boss Roberto Martinez insists we are real contenders for a top six finish, which isn’t something we’re used to hearing many people within… Read more »

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West Ham’s trip to Everton is one to both fear and excite

Coming off the international break, today’s match at Goodison Park is one to both fear and excite. First, the fear factor. Everton play bright, attacking football with all hands on deck getting forward and Romelu Lukaku and Stephen Naismith in top form and deadly around the box. Combine that with Seamus Coleman’s ability to rush in… Read more »

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Roberto Martínez happy despite Everton’s slow start to the season | Andy Hunter

Everton are 10th in the Premier League after nearly a third of the season but their manager insists he is ‘happy with where we are’ Roberto Martínez, like any manager in his position, was never going to concede Roy Keane was right and that he had indeed “pressured” Everton’s Irish contingent to swerve the occasional flight to Dublin . But the thought must have occurred. The bar has been raised for Everton this season and James McCarthy plus Séamus Coleman are among…

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Everton-West Ham Preview: Martinez faced with injury concerns

The Toffees could be without a host of players including Gareth Barry, Leighton Baines and Seamus Coleman as Sam Allardyce’s in-form Hammers travel to Merseyside

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Downing has not blown England chance – Allardyce

The West Ham midfielder made his return to the international scene for two years against Scotland, but was withdrawn at half-time after a disappointing 45-minute outing

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3 Chelsea 71
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5 Arsenal 66
6 Manchester United 58
7 West Ham United 56
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 51
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10 Brighton & Hov… 48
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