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From Craig Cathcart to André Gomes: 10 underrated Premier League players

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Underrated they may be but from the Premier League’s unsung heroes are quietly going about their business
Nomination for the October player of the month award (well, one of them – he made the PFA’s shortlist, but not the official Premier League-endorsed version) showed that Duffy’s sterling performances are being noticed. Since being named man of the match in the <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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Chelsea 0-0 Everton: Premier League – as it happened

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Everton were disciplined in defence and composed in possession, frustrating Chelsea, who struggled to create clear-cut chances
4.32pm GMT
So that’s about us – thanks for your company and comments, sorry I couldn’t use them all. Enjoy the rest of the weekend – ta-ra
4.28pm GMT
And here’s the report from the game…
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Yerry Mina: ‘Any talk with Manchester United was just my agent’

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The Colombia defender says it was Marco Silva’s persistence that saw him swap Barcelona for Everton after the World Cup
The eyebrows arch, the eyes widen and the laughter ignites again from Yerry Mina as soon as he hears the names José Mourinho and Manchester United. He has been expecting this question and waiting months to give an answer. Ultimately, the Colombia international maintains, it was not the money Everton invested that swayed him away from Old Trafford but the timing.

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Maurizio Sarri delighted with Ross Barkley’s progress at Chelsea

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• ‘He’s on the way to becoming a very important midfielder’• Blues’ £15m signing prepares to face his first club, Everton
Ross Barkley’s eye-catching progress at Chelsea over recent weeks has convinced Maurizio Sarri the midfielder can have a key role in the team, with the head coach having initially feared the England international was “in trouble” when striving to adapt to his philosophy.

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Richarlison strikes twice as impressive Everton break down Brighton resolve

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Richarlison played most of the game in pain but Brighton suffered more. Chris Hughton’s in-form team were brushed aside as Everton, illuminated by the Brazil international, produced their finest display under Marco Silva. Séamus Coleman’s first goal since breaking his leg 20 months ago added to the feelgood factor that is returning to Goodison Park.

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Richarlison dilemma for Marco Silva in bid for balance in Everton’s attack

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• Everton manager striving to improve hold-up play• Ademola Lookman pushing for a start against Brighton
Marco Silva has said Richarlison remains an effective striking option for Everton but he wants to improve the hold-up play of the Brazil international, Cenk Tosun and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
The Everton manager is still searching for the right balance in attack and said Ademola Lookman is “pushing Theo Walcott and Bernard” for a starting role against Brighton on Saturday.

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Everton v Brighton: match preview

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Glenn Murray’s 100th Brighton goal and three consecutive top-flight wins for the first time since 1981 mean a buoyant Brighton will arrive at Goodison Park. All three victories were by the same 1-0 scoreline and Marco Silva has a dilemma over how to sharpen Everton’s attack against Chris Hughton’s well-drilled defence.

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Premier League: talking points from the weekend’s action

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Klopp, Coleman and people of Liverpool dig deep for Sean Cox, Walcott needs to grow up and Watford enjoy belated Success
This is not about the game but something more important and giving credit where it is due. At Anfield on Saturday volunteers from Liverpool FC and Spirit of Shankly supporters’ union held a bucket collection to raise money for Sean Cox, the 53-year-old Liverpool fan who sustained life-altering injuries <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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Everton’s Marco Silva accuses Anthony Martial of diving for penalty

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• Paul Pogba put Manchester United ahead after spot-kick saved• ‘It was not a penalty – it is clear the player dived’
Marco Silva accused Anthony Martial of diving for Manchester United’s 27th-minute penalty in their 2-1 victory over Everton.Paul Pogba scored on the rebound following Jordan Pickford’s save.
Idrissa Gueye appeared to touch the ball before Martial made contact with his leg.

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