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Everton 2-0 Chelsea- Match Report

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Romelu Lukaku ends Chelsea's trophy hopes as Diego Costa sees redEverton striker Romelu Lukaku produced two moments of magic to knock his former club Chelsea out of the FA Cup.The Belgium international beat the combined defensive might of Cesar Azpilicueta, Jon Obi Mikel, Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill to score a brilliant individual opening goal.He then finished off the visitors with a clinical right-footed strike to give his side their first visit to Wembley since the 2012 semi-final, which they lost to near-neighbours Liverpool.Lukaku was deemed surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge by Jose Mourinho but since moving to Everton in a B#28million deal he has scored 63 goals in 118 appearances and has 25 this season alone – the first player to achieve that feat for Everton since Gary Lineker in 1985-86.Majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, attending his first match since acquiring an B#85million 49.9 percent stake in the club, has pledged to provide the cash to keep their star players and he would be well advised to make the big striker an offer he cannot refuse as soon as possible.Almost single-handedly Lukaku inflicted Guus Hiddink's first domestic victory since taking over in mid-December and to compound matters for the Dutch caretaker boss, striker Diego Costa was sent off late on after a clash with Gareth Barry which may invite further scrutiny.The Spain international pushed his face into Barry's neck, seemingly intent on biting him, but appeared to withdraw at the last moment.The players then embraced but Costa was still shown a red card – and Barry followed moments later for a second booking.While there had been no indication in the preceding 77 minutes of the brilliance which Lukaku produced, the late flurry of yellow and red cards was entirely predictable.There were more fouls than shots in a scrappy, over-physical first half which surprisingly saw only two bookings.It was absolutely no surprise Costa was one, cautioned for jumping into Barry in retribution for the midfielder's foul on him earlier which the Chelsea striker felt should have warranted a yellow card.Pedro's heavy touch took the ball out of play after he skipped past Robles but it was not until the 44th minute there was a save of any note as Joel Robles tipped over Willian's free-kick.Costa came closest to breaking the deadlock just before the hour but having skipped past Ramiro Funes Mori and Robles, his shot from the acutest of angles rolled along the goal line and past the far post.Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois denied compatriot Lukaku after Cleverley's incisive through-ball but was powerless to deny him when he stepped up a gear 12 minutes from time.When he picked up the ball wide on the left there appeared little danger but Lukaku set off with such drive and determination Chelsea's defenders just could not handle him
Having weaved his way past four players, he confidently stroked home.His second, from the other side of the penalty area, was less spectacular but equally clinical.Chelsea knew the game was up but Costa's decision to clash with Barry was patently ridiculous, considering what had gone before.His red card was swiftly followed by another after Barry's foul on Cesc Fabregas, but it could not dampen Everton's celebrations as Chelsea's last hope of silverware went the same way as Costa

Source : PA

Judge Everton at the end of the season

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Everton manager Roberto Martinez has reiterated his belief the club's season should only be assessed at the end.

Martinez has faced, and rejected, accusations this term his side are underachieving.

But last weekend's 3-2 home loss to West Ham appeared only to add further validity to such criticism of the Toffees, who are 12th with 10 games left in the Barclays Premier League and were beaten in the Capital One Cup semi-finals.

Ahead of Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final against Chelsea at Goodison Park, Martinez was asked once more for his thoughts on suggestions Everton should be doing better than they are given the talent in their squad.

And he replied by repeating an assertion he made earlier in the campaign, saying: "I think when you want to assess what you have done in a season, you have to wait until the end of it

"At that point, you can look into very specific details – how you have been on the ball, your attacking work, what you have done defensively, what you have done away from home, what you have done at home.

"You can go into every single detail – nowadays everything gets recorded and the stats are there.

"But, clearly, if you want to assess any season, you have to wait until the end."

Many may argue Everton's season will be as good as over this weekend if they lose – as they have done in three of their last four home games, and in seven home league matches overall this season.

Martinez acknowledged before the West Ham defeat that the Toffees' results on their own turf have not been good enough.

But he has also spoken in a confident manner about the prospect of his side – who it is expected will be watched from the stands by the club's new investor Farhad Moshiri – rising to the occasion on Saturday.

"The squad has always reacted with bravery and responsibility," Martinez said.

"We are looking to make sure we embrace being in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

"We have already been to the semi-finals of the League Cup, which I think gives us the inspiration to be able to perform well at this sort of stage of a competition."

Everton did record a home victory in September against a Chelsea side who have had a troubled campaign themselves.

Since that last visit to Goodison Park the London club have changed managers, with Jose Mourinho being replaced by Guus Hiddink – the man who guided them to an FA Cup final victory over Everton in 2009.

Hiddink has helped revive Chelsea this season, although they did suffer the second defeat of his current tenure on Wednesday when a reverse against Paris St Germain sent them out of the Champions League.

Martinez said: "It depends how you want to look at it – if you are being pessimistic (from Everton's point of view), you'll say Chelsea will now be focusing on the FA Cup.

"If you are being optimistic, you'll say maybe they won't have a feel-good factor after Wednesday's result.

"The reality is they are an outstanding team and we all know what they have achieved since Guus Hiddink has come back.

"I think we are both looking forward to this footballing occasion and we know it's a very important opportunity for both clubs."

Sunderland v Everton – complete head-to-head statistics

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Sunderland v Everton head-to-head record

A complete record of competitive matches played between the two teams.

At Sunderland (81) At Everton (84)
Results Total % Results Total %
Sunderland 45 55.56 Everton 52 61.90
Everton 21 25.93 Sunderland 19 22.62
Draws 15 18.52 Draws 13 15.48
Goals Total Av.pg Goals Total Av.pg
Sunderland 155 1.91 Everton 186 2.21
Everton 91 1.12 Sunderland 101 1.20
On Neutral Ground (0) Overall (165 matches)
Results Total % Results Total %
Sunderland 0 0.00 Sunderland 64 38.79
Everton 0 0.00 Everton 73 44.24
Draws 0 0.00 Draws 28 16.97
Goals Total Av.pg Goals Total Av.pg
Sunderland 0 0.00 Sunderland 256 1.55
Everton 0 0.00 Everton 277 1.68
Records
Highest Aggregate 10 Sunderland 7 – 3 Everton 1925/1926
Highest Sunderland score: 7 Sunderland 7 – 0 Everton 1934/1935
Highest Everton score: 7 Everton 7 – 1 Sunderland 1914/1915
Season Date Home Score Away Competition
2015/2016 Sun 01 Nov Everton 6 – 2 Sunderland Premier League
1936/1937 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1935/1936 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 3 Sunderland First Division
1934/1935 Sat 01 Aug Everton 6 – 2 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 7 – 0 Everton First Division
1933/1934 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 2 Everton First Division
1932/1933 Sat 01 Aug Everton 6 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1931/1932 Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 2 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 3 Everton First Division
1929/1930 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1928/1929 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1927/1928 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 0 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1926/1927 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 5 – 4 Sunderland First Division
1925/1926 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 7 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1924/1925 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 4 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 3 Sunderland First Division
1923/1924 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 3 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 0 Everton First Division
1922/1923 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1921/1922 Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1920/1921 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 0 – 2 Everton First Division
1919/1920 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 3 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 3 Everton First Division
1914/1915 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 0 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 7 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1913/1914 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 5 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 5 Sunderland First Division
1912/1913 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 4 Sunderland First Division
1911/1912 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 4 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1910/1911 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 4 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 2 Sunderland First Division
1909/1910 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 0 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1908/1909 Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 0 Everton First Division
1907/1908 Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 3 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1906/1907 Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 1 – 0 Everton First Division
1905/1906 Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1904/1905 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1903/1904 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1902/1903 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 3 Sunderland First Division
1901/1902 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 4 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1900/1901 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1899/1900 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 1 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1898/1899 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1897/1898 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 0 – 0 Everton First Division
1896/1897 Sat 01 Aug Everton 5 – 2 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 1 – 1 Everton First Division
1895/1896 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 3 – 0 Everton First Division
1894/1895 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 2 Sunderland First Division
Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1893/1894 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 1 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 7 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1892/1893 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 4 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 4 Sunderland First Division
1891/1892 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton Football League
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 4 Sunderland Football League
1890/1891 Sat 01 Aug Sunderland 1 – 0 Everton Football League
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland Football League
2014/2015 Sat 09 May Everton 0 – 2 Sunderland Premier League
Sun 09 Nov Sunderland 1 – 1 Everton Premier League
2013/2014 Sat 12 Apr Sunderland 0 – 1 Everton Premier League
Thu 26 Dec Everton 0 – 1 Sunderland Premier League
2012/2013 Sat 20 Apr Sunderland 1 – 0 Everton Premier League
Sat 10 Nov Everton 2 – 1 Sunderland Premier League
2011/2012 Mon 09 Apr Everton 4 – 0 Sunderland Premier League
Tue 27 Mar Sunderland 0 – 2 Everton F.A. Cup
Sat 17 Mar Everton 1 – 1 Sunderland F.A. Cup
Mon 26 Dec Sunderland 1 – 1 Everton Premier League
2010/2011 Sat 26 Feb Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland Premier League
Mon 22 Nov Sunderland 2 – 2 Everton Premier League
2009/2010 Wed 27 Jan Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland Premier League
Sat 26 Dec Sunderland 1 – 1 Everton Premier League
2008/2009 Sun 03 May Sunderland 0 – 2 Everton Premier League
Sun 28 Dec Everton 3 – 0 Sunderland Premier League
2007/2008 Sun 09 Mar Sunderland 0 – 1 Everton Premier League
Sat 24 Nov Everton 7 – 1 Sunderland Premier League
2005/2006 Sat 01 Apr Everton 2 – 2 Sunderland Premiership
Sat 31 Dec Sunderland 0 – 1 Everton Premiership
2004/2005 Sat 29 Jan Everton 3 – 0 Sunderland F.A. Cup
2002/2003 Sat 18 Jan Everton 2 – 1 Sunderland Premiership
Sat 24 Aug Sunderland 0 – 1 Everton Premiership
2001/2002 Sat 12 Jan Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland Premiership
Sat 22 Dec Sunderland 1 – 0 Everton Premiership
2000/2001 Sat 19 May Everton 2 – 2 Sunderland Premiership
Mon 04 Dec Sunderland 2 – 0 Everton Premiership
1999/2000 Sat 25 Mar Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton Premiership
Sun 26 Dec Everton 5 – 0 Sunderland Premiership
1998/1999 Wed 11 Nov Everton 1 – 1 Sunderland League Cup
after extra time, 90 minutes 1-1, Sunderland won 5-4 on penalties
1996/1997 Sat 03 May Sunderland 3 – 0 Everton Premiership
Sat 30 Nov Everton 1 – 3 Sunderland Premiership
1990/1991 Sat 02 Feb Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 15 Sep Sunderland 2 – 2 Everton First Division
1984/1985 Sat 06 Apr Everton 4 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Wed 26 Dec Sunderland 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1983/1984 Sat 21 Apr Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Mon 26 Dec Everton 0 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1982/1983 Sat 05 Mar Sunderland 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 23 Oct Everton 3 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1981/1982 Sat 17 Apr Sunderland 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 21 Nov Everton 1 – 2 Sunderland First Division
1980/1981 Sat 15 Nov Everton 2 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 16 Aug Sunderland 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1976/1977 Thu 19 May Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 02 Oct Sunderland 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1969/1970 Wed 08 Apr Sunderland 0 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 11 Oct Everton 3 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1968/1969 Sat 11 Jan Sunderland 1 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 02 Nov Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1967/1968 Sat 23 Dec Everton 3 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Sat 26 Aug Sunderland 1 – 0 Everton First Division
1966/1967 Tue 16 May Everton 4 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 25 Mar Sunderland 0 – 2 Everton First Division
1965/1966 Sat 30 Apr Sunderland 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 04 Dec Everton 2 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1964/1965 Sat 10 Apr Everton 1 – 1 Sunderland First Division
Sat 28 Nov Sunderland 4 – 0 Everton First Division
1957/1958 Sat 18 Jan Sunderland 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 14 Sep Everton 3 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1956/1957 Sat 02 Feb Sunderland 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 22 Sep Everton 2 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1955/1956 Sat 10 Mar Everton 1 – 2 Sunderland First Division
Sat 29 Oct Sunderland 0 – 0 Everton First Division
1954/1955 Sat 30 Apr Sunderland 3 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 16 Oct Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1950/1951 Sat 14 Apr Sunderland 4 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 25 Nov Everton 3 – 1 Sunderland First Division
1949/1950 Sat 29 Apr Sunderland 4 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 10 Dec Everton 0 – 2 Sunderland First Division
1948/1949 Sat 26 Mar Sunderland 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 27 Nov Everton 1 – 0 Sunderland First Division
1947/1948 Fri 26 Dec Everton 3 – 0 Sunderland First Division
Thu 25 Dec Sunderland 2 – 0 Everton First Division
1946/1947 Sat 15 Feb Everton 4 – 2 Sunderland First Division
Sat 12 Oct Sunderland 4 – 1 Everton First Division
1938/1939 Mon 10 Apr Everton 6 – 2 Sunderland First Division
Fri 07 Apr Sunderland 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1937/1938 Mon 18 Apr Sunderland 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Fri 15 Apr Everton 3 – 3 Sunderland First Division

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Roberto Martinez- Everton can do something special but must stop losing leads

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Everton boss Roberto Martinez has stressed he and his players share the fans' pain over this season's disappointments – and intend to harness it to positive effect for the rest of the campaign

The Toffees again squandered a lead last weekend as they lost 3-2 to West Ham, the third Barclays Premier League match this term they have failed to win after holding a two-goal advantage and their seventh home loss.

The current squad is widely regarded as the most talented Everton have had in a generation.

But with them 12th with 10 fixtures left in the league and having exited the Capital One Cup in the semi-finals, the FA Cup appears their only opportunity remaining to achieve any real success in 2015-16.

Everton host Chelsea in the quarter-finals on Saturday, a game which Martinez – the target of considerable criticism from supporters this season – insisted at Thursday's pre-match press conference he does not see as "make or break".

But when asked about fans' frustrations, the Spaniard said: "When you see the work of the players and then you don't get the rewards you deserve, it is painful.

"(It is) a pain we share with all the fans
The frustration is there.

"I think we were all in the same boat (after the West Ham game).

"We've seen outstanding signs this season and that is why it is so frustrating to see in games where we are winning, we throw it away.

"That is why it is so important for us to look forward to this quarter-final, and the rest of the season.

"I just feel this is where we really need to take all the pain and experiences we had this campaign in a good way and get the rewards our performances have deserved."

He added: "I don't see it as a make-or-break (game)
I see it as the type of game we want to be involved in

"We have the advantage of playing it at Goodison, and we could achieve something really special.

"After what we had to go through this week, it is the type of game we want to use to our advantage."

Winger Aaron Lennon (hamstring) is a doubt for the game, along with defender Bryan Oviedo, who was in hospital on Wednesday with a chest infection.

Left-back Leighton Baines has been receiving treatment on an ongoing ankle problem but could come in for Oviedo, while Martinez expects midfielders Gareth Barry and Tom Cleverley, also recently suffering with illness, to be available.

On Tuesday it was announced that Farhad Moshiri's investment in Everton had been approved by the Premier League, giving him the go-ahead to complete the purchase of a 49.9 per cent stake.

The Iran-born billionaire could be in attendance at Goodison Park on Saturday, a nd Martinez said: "Mr Moshiri has been really looking forward (to coming)

"It is a new era
We are all really looking forward to seeing that chemistry with the fans and welcoming a new Evertonian into the family."

Martinez has not had a conversation with Moshiri since Tuesday's news, but said: "The first step was to get the approval from the Premier League
The next step, I am sure, is Mr Moshiri is going to fall in love with Goodison Park and our fans.

"And from that point on, I'm sure we will get a working relationship."

Source : PA

Premier League announces away tickets cap

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Away fans will pay no more than £30 for a match ticket for the next three seasons under new rules announced on Wednesday by the Premier League

Following a meeting of the 20 member clubs in February, it was decided more needed to be done to help travelling supporters, who face increased costs to attend matches across the country, but also help make a unique atmosphere.

The new measures will replace the Away Supporters' Initiative, which was introduced in 2013 and saw clubs individually implement a range of measures, including travel subsidies, reciprocal pricing and reduced admissions as well as improved facilities.

The £30 cap will run from the start of the 2016/17 campaign through to 2018/19, a period which will see the Premier League clubs receive record revenue (£5.14 billion) from broadcasting deals.

"Clubs know that away fans have a unique status
They are essential for match atmosphere and stimulate the response from home fans that distinguishes Barclays Premier League matches from those of other leagues," a statement from the Premier League read

"Away fans have additional travel costs and pay individual match prices, as season ticket and other discounts are not available to them and the responsibility for them is shared between clubs and therefore it is right that there is a collective initiative to help them."

Arsenal have often come in for criticism given their high ticket prices in some sections of the Emirates Stadium, for both home and away supporters.

The Gunners have announced additional measures to follow on from those of the Premier League collectively, which will see a further reduction in attendance costs for fans.

All general admission season ticket and match ticket prices for the next two seasons have been frozen, while Arsenal will also provide a further £4 discount for its away supporters attending Premier League matches in addition to the £30 cap.

A club statement added: "This will ensure no Arsenal fans will pay more to support Arsenal at Premier League away games than the lowest priced £26 ticket that both visiting and home fans can pay to watch their teams at Emirates Stadium."

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis feels the Gunners have taken positive steps to help reduce the financial burden on their supporters of attending live matches

"We have fantastic support home and away. We know that following the club is a commitment and are always seeking to strike the right balance in our pricing," he said on www.arsenal.com

"In terms of the financial support for away fans, we have consistently been strongly in favour of doing more to help and were originally in favour of a Premier League proposal around travel initiatives which would have been even more generous

"Once it became clear this would not receive enough support across the Premier League clubs, we supported and directed the funds to the £30 cap plus an additional £4 ticket discount for Arsenal's away fans."

Everton have welcomed the Premier League's news and say they have worked hard to find a better deal for their fans.

Chief executive Robert Elstone said: "Today's undertaking is absolutely right for away fans and for the Premier League

"Most clubs have recognised for some time that we need to do something for the travelling supporter. It is absolutely right that football, as a family, looks after that group of fans.

"Our away fans are among the most dedicated and committed throughout the Premier League and that loyalty is deserving of this commitment by the clubs."

Liverpool fans group Spirit of Shankly have been among the leading voices in the campaign for cheaper tickets.

They hit the headlines last month after helping co-ordinate a successful protest at Anfield against their club's home ticket pricing policy for next season and t he latest development is another they are pleased about

Spokesperson James McKenna said: "It's a very good step in the right direction for supporters
It's good to see the Premier League have now finally taken action on this very important issue that we have been asking them to take action on for the last three or four years.

"There has been frustration it has taken so long but we are just pleased they have now taken this action. We have been saying the price of away tickets was too much and this new TV deal presented them with an opportunity to lower them.

"They have finally listened and I think most supporters will be pleased that has happened. I think it is a recognition of how important supporters are. I think it is a really positive step."

Everton 2-3 West Ham- Match Report

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Dimitri Payet strikes late as West Ham snatch win over 10-man EvertonDimitri Payet's winner seconds before the end of normal time kept alive the dreams of Champions League-chasing West Ham against 10-man Everton.Despite the 35th-minute dismissal of Kevin Mirallas the hosts, remarkably, were 2-0 up with three-quarters of the match gone thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Aaron Lennon.But in a huge swing of momentum Michail Antonio and substitute Diafra Sakho struck within four minutes of each other allowing Payet to nick three points in the 90th minute.Lukaku may have matched the feat of the great Dixie Dean in scoring against the same opponent for the eighth successive match – Dean did similarly versus Bury between 1926 and 1933 – but he missed a penalty at 2-0 and that was pivotal.The Belgium international will never come close to matching the club's all-time leading scorer's astounding record of 383 goals in 433 appearances for the club – he has 60 in 117 – but an 18th of the season represented some personal success as it confirmed this as his best Premier League scoring campaign – with almost three months still to go.His goal owed much to the first touch which took him past 17-year-old centre-back Reece Oxford, allowing to him to shoot left-footed across Adrian and in off the far post.The move began with Lennon winning the ball in front of the dug-outs on the opposite side of the pitch
It was worked to Bryan Oviedo, who was allowed to advance unchallenged before sliding the pass into his team-mate's feet.Lukaku also played a huge part in the decisive second in the 56th minute, holding off Angelo Ogbonna before flicking a return pass for Lennon to nudge a shot past Adrian for his fifth goal in seven matches.Even at a cost of B#28million Lukaku has more than proved his worth to the side, but fellow Belgium international Mirallas has failed to nail down a regular place in the side
Having made his first back-to-back Premier League starts since January, the lack of thought in the 28-year-old's 35th-minute challenge on Aaron Cresswell was staggering.Mirallas has form for such hot-headedness, having received a straight red card two minutes after coming on in added time at Swansea in September, and having already been booked for diving in the 16th minute he gave referee Anthony Taylor no option but to issue a second yellow card followed by a red.Everton had benefited from the official's decision – or lack of one – minutes earlier when Ramiro Funes Mori appeared to haul down Ogbonna, forcing him to volley wide at a corner, while goalkeeper Joel Robles saved at close range from Emmanuel Emenike.The half-time addition of striker Andy Carroll for Oxford failed to change West Ham's fortunes, although justice was done when Lukaku's penalty was saved after Muhamed Besic appeared to have been tripped outside the area by fellow substitute Alex Song.In an instant the match turned as first Antonio headed in Mark Noble's cross and then Payet delivered for Sakho to equalise.Sakho then turned provider as Payet once again grabbed the headlines for the Hammers

Source : PA

Everton v West Ham United – complete head-to-head statistics

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Everton v West Ham United head-to-head record

A complete record of competitive matches played between the two teams.

At Everton (60) At West Ham Utd. (63)
Results Total % Results Total %
Everton 38 63.33 West Ham Utd. 23 36.51
West Ham Utd. 10 16.67 Everton 24 38.10
Draws 12 20.00 Draws 16 25.40
Goals Total Av.pg Goals Total Av.pg
Everton 120 2.00 West Ham Utd. 95 1.51
West Ham Utd. 47 0.78 Everton 92 1.46
On Neutral Ground (0) Overall (123 matches)
Results Total % Results Total %
Everton 0 0.00 Everton 62 50.41
West Ham Utd. 0 0.00 West Ham Utd. 33 26.83
Draws 0 0.00 Draws 28 22.76
Goals Total Av.pg Goals Total Av.pg
Everton 0 0.00 Everton 212 1.72
West Ham Utd. 0 0.00 West Ham Utd. 142 1.15
Records
Highest Aggregate 7 Everton 6 – 1 West Ham Utd. 1931/1932
Highest Everton score: 7 Everton 7 – 0 West Ham Utd. 1927/1928
Highest West Ham Utd. score: 4 Everton 0 – 4 West Ham Utd. 1928/1929
Season Date Home Score Away Competition
2015/2016 Sat 07 Nov West Ham Utd. 1 – 1 Everton Premier League
1931/1932 Sat 01 Aug Everton 6 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 4 – 2 Everton First Division
1929/1930 Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 2 West Ham Utd. First Division
1928/1929 Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 2 – 4 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 4 West Ham Utd. First Division
1927/1928 Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 0 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 7 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
1926/1927 Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 3 West Ham Utd. First Division
1925/1926 Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 1 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
1924/1925 Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 4 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
1923/1924 Sat 01 Aug West Ham Utd. 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
2014/2015 Sat 16 May West Ham Utd. 1 – 2 Everton Premier League
Tue 13 Jan West Ham Utd. 2 – 2 Everton F.A. Cup
Tue 06 Jan Everton 1 – 1 West Ham Utd. F.A. Cup
Sat 22 Nov Everton 2 – 1 West Ham Utd. Premier League
2013/2014 Sat 01 Mar Everton 1 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premier League
Sat 21 Sep West Ham Utd. 2 – 3 Everton Premier League
2012/2013 Sun 12 May Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premier League
Sat 22 Dec West Ham Utd. 1 – 2 Everton Premier League
2010/2011 Sat 22 Jan Everton 2 – 2 West Ham Utd. Premier League
Tue 28 Dec West Ham Utd. 1 – 1 Everton Premier League
2009/2010 Sun 04 Apr Everton 2 – 2 West Ham Utd. Premier League
Sun 08 Nov West Ham Utd. 1 – 2 Everton Premier League
2008/2009 Sat 16 May Everton 3 – 1 West Ham Utd. Premier League
Sat 08 Nov West Ham Utd. 1 – 3 Everton Premier League
2007/2008 Sat 22 Mar Everton 1 – 1 West Ham Utd. Premier League
Sat 15 Dec West Ham Utd. 0 – 2 Everton Premier League
Wed 12 Dec West Ham Utd. 1 – 2 Everton League Cup
2006/2007 Sat 21 Apr West Ham Utd. 1 – 0 Everton Premiership
Sun 03 Dec Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premiership
2005/2006 Sat 04 Mar West Ham Utd. 2 – 2 Everton Premiership
Wed 14 Dec Everton 1 – 2 West Ham Utd. Premiership
2002/2003 Sat 15 Mar Everton 0 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premiership
Sun 27 Oct West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton Premiership
2001/2002 Wed 06 Mar West Ham Utd. 1 – 0 Everton Premiership
Sat 29 Sep Everton 5 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premiership
2000/2001 Sat 31 Mar West Ham Utd. 0 – 2 Everton Premiership
Sat 16 Dec Everton 1 – 1 West Ham Utd. Premiership
1999/2000 Sat 26 Feb West Ham Utd. 0 – 4 Everton Premiership
Sun 19 Sep Everton 1 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premiership
1998/1999 Sat 08 May Everton 6 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premiership
Sat 19 Dec West Ham Utd. 2 – 1 Everton Premiership
1997/1998 Sat 31 Jan West Ham Utd. 2 – 2 Everton Premiership
Sat 23 Aug Everton 2 – 1 West Ham Utd. Premiership
1996/1997 Sat 19 Apr West Ham Utd. 2 – 2 Everton Premiership
Sat 12 Oct Everton 2 – 1 West Ham Utd. Premiership
1995/1996 Mon 11 Dec Everton 3 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premiership
Sat 23 Sep West Ham Utd. 2 – 1 Everton Premiership
1994/1995 Mon 13 Feb West Ham Utd. 2 – 2 Everton Premiership
Tue 01 Nov Everton 1 – 0 West Ham Utd. Premiership
1993/1994 Sat 09 Apr West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton Premiership
Sat 01 Jan Everton 0 – 1 West Ham Utd. Premiership
1991/1992 Sat 29 Feb West Ham Utd. 0 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 07 Dec Everton 4 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
1990/1991 Mon 11 Mar West Ham Utd. 2 – 1 Everton F.A. Cup
1988/1989 Sat 13 May Everton 3 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 26 Nov West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1987/1988 Mon 04 Apr West Ham Utd. 0 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 14 Nov Everton 3 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
1986/1987 Sat 11 Apr Everton 4 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sun 02 Nov West Ham Utd. 1 – 0 Everton First Division
1985/1986 Mon 05 May Everton 3 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 02 Nov West Ham Utd. 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1984/1985 Wed 08 May Everton 3 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 10 Nov West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1983/1984 Mon 14 May West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton First Division
Mon 29 Aug Everton 0 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
1982/1983 Sat 30 Apr Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 27 Nov West Ham Utd. 2 – 0 Everton First Division
1981/1982 Sat 27 Feb Everton 0 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 10 Oct West Ham Utd. 1 – 1 Everton First Division
1977/1978 Sat 18 Feb Everton 2 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 24 Sep West Ham Utd. 1 – 1 Everton First Division
1976/1977 Sat 02 Apr West Ham Utd. 2 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 23 Oct Everton 3 – 2 West Ham Utd. First Division
1975/1976 Sat 24 Apr Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 04 Oct West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1974/1975 Tue 15 Oct Everton 1 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 24 Aug West Ham Utd. 2 – 3 Everton First Division
1973/1974 Sat 16 Feb West Ham Utd. 4 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 13 Oct Everton 1 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
1972/1973 Sat 31 Mar West Ham Utd. 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 25 Nov Everton 1 – 2 West Ham Utd. First Division
1971/1972 Sat 08 Jan Everton 2 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 28 Aug West Ham Utd. 1 – 0 Everton First Division
1970/1971 Tue 30 Mar Everton 0 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 05 Sep West Ham Utd. 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1969/1970 Sat 13 Dec West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 13 Sep Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
1968/1969 Tue 01 Apr Everton 1 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Mon 19 Aug West Ham Utd. 1 – 4 Everton First Division
1967/1968 Sat 11 May West Ham Utd. 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Tue 05 Sep Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
1966/1967 Sat 25 Feb Everton 4 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 08 Oct West Ham Utd. 2 – 3 Everton First Division
1965/1966 Tue 11 Jan Everton 2 – 2 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 27 Nov West Ham Utd. 3 – 0 Everton First Division
1964/1965 Sat 13 Feb West Ham Utd. 0 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 03 Oct Everton 1 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
1963/1964 Sat 25 Apr Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 19 Oct West Ham Utd. 4 – 2 Everton First Division
1962/1963 Sat 27 Apr West Ham Utd. 1 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 08 Dec Everton 1 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
1961/1962 Sat 14 Apr Everton 3 – 0 West Ham Utd. First Division
Sat 25 Nov West Ham Utd. 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1960/1961 Sat 11 Feb West Ham Utd. 4 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 24 Sep Everton 4 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
1959/1960 Sat 05 Mar West Ham Utd. 2 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 17 Oct Everton 0 – 1 West Ham Utd. First Division
1958/1959 Sat 04 Apr West Ham Utd. 3 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 15 Nov Everton 2 – 2 West Ham Utd. First Division
1953/1954 Sat 27 Mar Everton 1 – 2 West Ham Utd. Second Division
Sat 21 Nov West Ham Utd. 1 – 1 Everton Second Division
1952/1953 Sat 14 Mar West Ham Utd. 3 – 1 Everton Second Division
Sat 25 Oct Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. Second Division
1951/1952 Sat 12 Apr Everton 2 – 0 West Ham Utd. Second Division
Sat 24 Nov West Ham Utd. 3 – 3 Everton Second Division

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Baines and Stones vital for Everton plans

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Everton boss Roberto Martinez has stressed the two are set to play major roles for the club between now and the end of the season.

Ankle surgery has meant Baines did not make his first appearance this term until December, and the 31-year-old full-back has recently been spending time on the bench, with his last start coming in late January.

That was also the most recent time Stones was part of the first XI, the 21-year-old centre-back initially being sidelined by a hamstring issue and then joining Baines among the substitutes for the last two games.

With only two goals conceded and five wins registered over the last six matches, Everton have fared quite well without the pair, who are looking to be part of England's Euro 2016 squad.

However, Martinez – while revealing Baines is to see a specialist over continued ankle pain but still likely to be available for Saturday's home clash with West Ham – has emphasised both men are "vital" for the Toffees.

"Those two are vital for our future plans and for us to be successful from now until the end of the season, they are going to be a big part of that," the Spaniard said.

"With Leighton, we have a little bit of a worry – he has been carrying a little bit of a niggle in his ankle and we have to make sure that gets right.

"Since the surgery, it has been giving him a little bit of soreness and managing that pain at times has been a little bit difficult.

"When he came on against Aston Villa (on Tuesday) he felt at times he had to play through the pain, and we have to make sure we solve that, because it is very unfair on Leighton.

"We will see a specialist, but it shouldn't stop him from training.

"John is still a very young man who has already played the biggest amount of minutes he ever has in his professional career.

"So it's important he is fully refreshed and ready for the final push in the campaign.

"He is a very important footballer for us."

Baines' fellow left-back Bryan Oviedo is to be assessed ahead of Saturday's Barclays Premier League contest after sustaining a knock in the 3-1 win at Villa, along with midfielder Tom Cleverley, who missed that match due to illness.

Muhamed Besic and Darron Gibson could also make their returns to action in the game.

The visit of West Ham will be the first home fixture Everton have had since it was announced billionaire Farhad Moshiri was acquiring 49.9 per cent of the Goodison Park outfit.

Martinez has reiterated it is an exciting development for the club, while stressing they are not losing anything in terms of their "soul"

He said: "This is a really exciting time for us, one of the most significant moments off the field that has happened for Everton and a really important time for our future.

"This is going to be the first home game and I'm sure Mr Moshiri will be around with our fans very soon, and everyone will get to know him.

"What is important is we haven't lost anything in terms of the soul of our club. The chairman (Bill Kenwright) is going to be very important in terms of advice and experience.

"I don't think he (Moshiri) will be there on Saturday, but he may be there for one of the next three games."

Muhamed Besic signs new Everton contract

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Everton midfielder Muhamed Besic has signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract with the club.

The Bosnia international, who joined from Ferencvaros for £4.8million in the summer of 2014, has been rewarded for some impressive displays this season.

Besic had already this season triggered a clause in his existing contract which entitled him to a 12-month extension by reaching 25 Barclays Premier League appearances for the club but Everton manager Roberto Martinez was keen to tie the player down to a much longer term.

It is more good news for the club in the wake of the weekend's investment by Iranian billionaire Farhad Moshiri, who bought a 49.9 per cent stake in the Toffees for a reported £85million.

Utility man Bryan Oviedo signed a new contract earlier this month while Everton are also hopeful of tying down Ross Barkley to an improved deal this summer.

"I'm really happy to have signed a new contract with a club such as Everton," Besic told evertontv

"After a year and a half with the club it makes me proud that they have given me a new deal."

"When I first arrived here it was difficult for me but now I feel at home
The supporters, as well as the manager, the staff and my team-mates, have all made me welcome at the club and I feel really happy.

"It was very easy when I heard about it
It was clear that I wanted to stay and sign the new contract.

"When people look at my game, before and now, I think I have improved a lot in many different areas.

"But I am still adapting to the league and I will continue to work hard and give my best."

Besic, 23, is currently working his way back to fitness from a hamstring injury and while he will not be involved in Tuesday's match at Aston Villa he has a chance of returning to the squad for Saturday's visit of West Ham.

Source : PA

Roberto Martinez embraces arrival of Farhad Moshiri at Everton

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Everton manager Roberto Martinez is determined to embrace the challenge the additional pressure the club's new billionaire investor Farhad Moshiri will demand

Over the weekend the Iranian is believed to have agreed to pay about £85million for an initial 49.9 percent share, pledging to plough significantly more into the club's transfer dealings and infrastructure.

With money behind him – something few Everton managers have been blessed with – Martinez will be expected to deliver better results than he has this season with arguably the best squad in a generation.

Champions League qualification will now become even more of a focus but Martinez, whose side are currently 12 points adrift of the top four with a match in hand, is happy to operate under those expectations.

"It is something I want
As a manager I didn't arrive at Everton saying 'I hope I can stay here six or seven years and go through the motions'," he said.

"I set the bar really high, I wanted a winning team and I wanted to get into the Champions League and that is still the case.

"With a new investor and fresh blood into our club all of a sudden you have a new opportunity to get to those aspirations quicker.

"Nothing changes and that is what we want
The chairman and myself will embrace that pressure and that need of delivering the right outcome as we have a strong belief in what we are doing.

"Farhad Moshiri will bring us a different dimension
It is a big moment in the club's history with a new investor coming in.

"The vision Moshiri is sharing will take Everton to the next level – and every single department will be assessed."

New money means Martinez should be able to operate more competitively in the transfer market while hopefully also being able to reward existing stars like Ross Barkley, John Stones and top scorer Romelu Lukaku with improved contracts.

However, he believes it is what Moshiri will bring to the club in general which will have more of an effect over the longer term.

"It is not just how much money you can spend because in the Premier League, with the new TV deal, you will have money to spend," he added.

"It is creating a club that players want to come to as they feel they can reach their potential and win things.

"We want to become a winning team
I hope I have a billion pounds to spend in the summer – that would be very nice – but I don't see that as the success of bringing Farhad into the club.

"It is more what we need in the next five, 10, 15 years in terms of creating the perfect club for a player."

Moshiri, whose net worth is estimated at £1.3billion, previously had a share in Arsenal with business partner and friend Alisher Usmanov.

Martinez believes that will be advantageous to them because they are welcoming someone who has Premier League experience.

"I met Moshiri and the impression I got was of a gentlemen with values who knows the Premier League inside-out," said the Catalan, ahead of Tuesday's trip to Aston Villa.

"You can get businessmen who don't understand it but this is not the case
I think he has fallen in love with what Everton means.

"This is the start of a new era with an incredible drive
As a human being and as a winner Moshiri is the perfect person to come into Everton.

"He is someone who has a terrific winning vision and it is something for every Evertonian to be excited about."

Source : PA

Besic signs new Everton deal

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Muhamed Besic has signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract.

The Bosnia international, who joined from Ferencvaros for £4.8million in the summer of 2014, has been rewarded for some impressive displays this season.

Besic had already this season triggered a clause in his existing contract which entitled him to a 12-month extension by reaching 25 Barclays Premier League appearances for the club but Everton manager Roberto Martinez was keen to tie the player down to a much longer term.

It is more good news for the club in the wake of the weekend's investment by Iranian billionaire Farhad Moshiri, who bought a 49.9 per cent stake in the Toffees for a reported £85million.

Utility man Bryan Oviedo signed a new contract earlier this month while Everton are also hopeful of tying down Ross Barkley to an improved deal this summer.

"I'm really happy to have signed a new contract with a club such as Everton," Besic told evertontv.

"After a year and a half with the club it makes me proud that they have given me a new deal."

"When I first arrived here it was difficult for me but now I feel at home. The supporters, as well as the manager, the staff and my team-mates, have all made me welcome at the club and I feel really happy.

"It was very easy when I heard about it. It was clear that I wanted to stay and sign the new contract.

"When people look at my game, before and now, I think I have improved a lot in many different areas.

"But I am still adapting to the league and I will continue to work hard and give my best."

Aston Villa v Everton – complete head-to-head statistics

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Aston Villa v Everton head-to-head record

A complete record of competitive matches played between the two teams.

At Aston Villa (100) At Everton (103)
Results Total % Results Total %
Aston Villa 48 48.00 Everton 49 47.57
Everton 27 27.00 Aston Villa 26 25.24
Draws 25 25.00 Draws 28 27.18
Goals Total Av.pg Goals Total Av.pg
Aston Villa 185 1.85 Everton 188 1.83
Everton 134 1.34 Aston Villa 127 1.23
On Neutral Ground (0) Overall (203 matches)
Results Total % Results Total %
Aston Villa 0 0.00 Aston Villa 74 36.45
Everton 0 0.00 Everton 76 37.44
Draws 0 0.00 Draws 53 26.11
Goals Total Av.pg Goals Total Av.pg
Aston Villa 0 0.00 Aston Villa 312 1.54
Everton 0 0.00 Everton 322 1.59
Records
Highest Aggregate 8 Aston Villa 5 – 3 Everton 1926/1927
Highest Aston Villa score: 6 Aston Villa 6 – 2 Everton 1989/1990
Highest Everton score: 7 Everton 7 – 0 Aston Villa 1889/1890
Season Date Home Score Away Competition
2015/2016 Sat 21 Nov Everton 4 – 0 Aston Villa Premier League
1935/1936 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
1934/1935 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 2 Everton First Division
1933/1934 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1932/1933 Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 3 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1931/1932 Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 3 Everton First Division
1929/1930 Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 4 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 5 – 2 Everton First Division
1928/1929 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1927/1928 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
1926/1927 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 5 – 3 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
1925/1926 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1924/1925 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1923/1924 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
1922/1923 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 0 Everton First Division
1921/1922 Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1920/1921 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 3 Everton First Division
1919/1920 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 2 Everton First Division
1914/1915 Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 5 Everton First Division
1913/1914 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 4 Aston Villa First Division
1912/1913 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1911/1912 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1910/1911 Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1909/1910 Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1908/1909 Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1907/1908 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 0 – 2 Everton First Division
1906/1907 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton First Division
1905/1906 Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 4 – 0 Everton First Division
1904/1905 Sat 01 Aug Everton 3 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 0 Everton First Division
1903/1904 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
1902/1903 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1901/1902 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 3 Aston Villa First Division
1900/1901 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1899/1900 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
1898/1899 Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 0 Everton First Division
1897/1898 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 0 Everton First Division
1896/1897 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 3 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1895/1896 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 4 – 3 Everton First Division
1894/1895 Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 2 Everton First Division
1893/1894 Sat 01 Aug Everton 4 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
1892/1893 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 4 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
1891/1892 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 4 Everton Football League
Sat 01 Aug Everton 5 – 1 Aston Villa Football League
1890/1891 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 2 Everton Football League
Sat 01 Aug Everton 5 – 0 Aston Villa Football League
1889/1890 Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 2 Everton Football League
Sat 01 Aug Everton 7 – 0 Aston Villa Football League
1888/1889 Sat 01 Aug Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa Football League
Sat 01 Aug Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton Football League
2014/2015 Sat 02 May Aston Villa 3 – 2 Everton Premier League
Sat 18 Oct Everton 3 – 0 Aston Villa Premier League
2013/2014 Sat 01 Feb Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa Premier League
Sat 26 Oct Aston Villa 0 – 2 Everton Premier League
2012/2013 Sat 02 Feb Everton 3 – 3 Aston Villa Premier League
Sat 25 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 3 Everton Premier League
2011/2012 Sat 14 Jan Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton Premier League
Sat 10 Sep Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa Premier League
2010/2011 Sat 02 Apr Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa Premier League
Sun 29 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 0 Everton Premier League
2009/2010 Wed 14 Apr Aston Villa 2 – 2 Everton Premier League
Sat 31 Oct Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa Premier League
2008/2009 Sun 12 Apr Aston Villa 3 – 3 Everton Premier League
Sun 15 Feb Everton 3 – 1 Aston Villa F.A. Cup
Sun 07 Dec Everton 2 – 3 Aston Villa Premier League
2007/2008 Sun 27 Apr Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa Premier League
Sun 23 Sep Aston Villa 2 – 0 Everton Premier League
2006/2007 Mon 02 Apr Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton Premiership
Sat 11 Nov Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa Premiership
2005/2006 Sat 18 Mar Everton 4 – 1 Aston Villa Premiership
Mon 26 Dec Aston Villa 4 – 0 Everton Premiership
2004/2005 Sat 26 Feb Aston Villa 1 – 3 Everton Premiership
Sat 30 Oct Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa Premiership
2003/2004 Sat 28 Feb Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa Premiership
Sat 25 Oct Aston Villa 0 – 0 Everton Premiership
2002/2003 Sat 26 Apr Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa Premiership
Sun 22 Sep Aston Villa 3 – 2 Everton Premiership
2001/2002 Wed 30 Jan Aston Villa 0 – 0 Everton Premiership
Sat 20 Oct Everton 3 – 2 Aston Villa Premiership
2000/2001 Sat 14 Apr Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton Premiership
Sun 05 Nov Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa Premiership
1999/2000 Sun 20 Feb Everton 1 – 2 Aston Villa F.A. Cup
Sat 27 Nov Everton 0 – 0 Aston Villa Premiership
Wed 11 Aug Aston Villa 3 – 0 Everton Premiership
1998/1999 Mon 18 Jan Aston Villa 3 – 0 Everton Premiership
Sat 15 Aug Everton 0 – 0 Aston Villa Premiership
1997/1998 Sat 28 Mar Everton 1 – 4 Aston Villa Premiership
Sat 22 Nov Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton Premiership
1996/1997 Sat 05 Apr Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton Premiership
Wed 04 Sep Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa Premiership
1995/1996 Sun 05 May Everton 1 – 0 Aston Villa Premiership
Sat 28 Oct Aston Villa 1 – 0 Everton Premiership
1994/1995 Sat 10 Dec Aston Villa 0 – 0 Everton Premiership
Sat 20 Aug Everton 2 – 2 Aston Villa Premiership
1993/1994 Wed 30 Mar Aston Villa 0 – 0 Everton Premiership
Tue 31 Aug Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa Premiership
1992/1993 Sat 20 Feb Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton Premier League
Tue 25 Aug Everton 1 – 0 Aston Villa Premier League
1991/1992 Sun 02 Feb Aston Villa 0 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 19 Oct Everton 0 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
1990/1991 Sat 30 Mar Aston Villa 2 – 2 Everton First Division
Wed 26 Dec Everton 1 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
1989/1990 Sat 05 May Everton 3 – 3 Aston Villa First Division
Sun 05 Nov Aston Villa 6 – 2 Everton First Division
1988/1989 Tue 14 Feb Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 22 Oct Aston Villa 2 – 0 Everton First Division
1986/1987 Sat 18 Apr Aston Villa 0 – 1 Everton First Division
Thu 01 Jan Everton 3 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
1985/1986 Sat 01 Mar Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 28 Sep Aston Villa 0 – 0 Everton First Division
1984/1985 Sat 16 Mar Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 13 Oct Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1983/1984 Mon 07 May Aston Villa 0 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 10 Dec Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1982/1983 Sat 12 Feb Aston Villa 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Tue 31 Aug Everton 5 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
1981/1982 Sat 15 May Aston Villa 1 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 19 Dec Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
1980/1981 Sat 07 Feb Everton 1 – 3 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 13 Sep Aston Villa 0 – 2 Everton First Division
1979/1980 Sat 12 Jan Aston Villa 2 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Sep Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1978/1979 Wed 31 Jan Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 16 Sep Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
1977/1978 Sat 14 Jan Everton 1 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 27 Aug Aston Villa 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1976/1977 Sat 05 Feb Aston Villa 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 28 Aug Everton 0 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
1975/1976 Sat 22 Nov Aston Villa 3 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 18 Oct Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1966/1967 Sat 06 May Aston Villa 2 – 4 Everton First Division
Sat 01 Apr Everton 3 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1965/1966 Sat 08 Jan Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 11 Dec Aston Villa 3 – 2 Everton First Division
1964/1965 Sat 13 Mar Everton 3 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Mon 05 Oct Aston Villa 1 – 2 Everton First Division
1963/1964 Fri 28 Feb Everton 4 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Mon 07 Oct Aston Villa 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1962/1963 Mon 01 Apr Aston Villa 0 – 2 Everton First Division
Sat 13 Oct Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1961/1962 Sat 16 Dec Aston Villa 1 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 19 Aug Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
1960/1961 Wed 22 Mar Everton 1 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 03 Sep Aston Villa 3 – 2 Everton First Division
1958/1959 Sat 28 Mar Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 08 Nov Aston Villa 2 – 4 Everton First Division
1957/1958 Sat 28 Dec Everton 1 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 31 Aug Aston Villa 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1956/1957 Sat 12 Jan Aston Villa 5 – 1 Everton First Division
Sat 08 Sep Everton 0 – 4 Aston Villa First Division
1955/1956 Sat 31 Mar Aston Villa 2 – 0 Everton First Division
Sat 22 Oct Everton 2 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
1954/1955 Wed 04 May Everton 0 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 09 Oct Aston Villa 0 – 2 Everton First Division
1950/1951 Sat 21 Apr Everton 1 – 2 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 02 Dec Aston Villa 3 – 3 Everton First Division
1949/1950 Sat 04 Feb Everton 1 – 1 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 24 Sep Aston Villa 2 – 2 Everton First Division
1948/1949 Sat 19 Mar Everton 1 – 3 Aston Villa First Division
Sat 20 Nov Aston Villa 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1947/1948 Wed 17 Sep Everton 3 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Mon 08 Sep Aston Villa 3 – 0 Everton First Division
1946/1947 Wed 01 Jan Everton 2 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Mon 02 Sep Aston Villa 0 – 1 Everton First Division
1938/1939 Sat 29 Apr Everton 3 – 0 Aston Villa First Division
Mon 05 Sep Aston Villa 0 – 3 Everton First Division

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