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Everton need Crystal Palace result to continue rebuilding under Koeman

The FC boys look at Everton's Tom Davies' impressive showing against Man City, and what his future could hold.
Everton will be hoping to continue their good form with a win away to Crystal Palace this weekend.

While the fine-tuning of this Everton squad is a continuous process needing time and several transfer windows, the attitude and application of the players appears to have changed for the better since a dismal 3-2 defeat at Watford in December.

Sandwiching an inert team display between two Romelu Lukaku goals, set piece problems and defensive frailties handed Walter Mazzarri's team an easy three points and left the Blues on a run of one win in 10 matches. FA Cup defeat to Leicester City was the...

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Man City and Spurs to draw, Chelsea to ease past Hull, Stoke upset United?

Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes pick the winners of the best Premier League match ups this weekend.
The Exploding Heads preview the huge game between Man City and Tottenham, and the Dembele-go-around.

Another weekend of top Premier League action is upon us, and it's a big one for Pep Guardiola as his Manchester City side take on Tottenham. City have struggled in recent months, while Tottenham are on the rise, but who will come out on top at the Etihad?

Meanwhile, Chelsea have Diego Costa back in the squad but don't seem to need him that much as they take on lowly Hull City seven points clear at the top of the table.

Liverpool host Swansea, while Manchester United travel to Stoke and Arsenal will...

Tom Davies yet another example of Everton's excellent production line

Manchester City suffered another away day to forget as they were beaten 4-0 by Everton at Goodison Park.
Raheem Sterling was lucky to stay on after a harsh challenge on Tom Davies.
The FC boys look at Everton's Tom Davies' impressive showing against Man City, and what his future could hold.
Ronald Koeman says Everton couldn't have played at a higher level in the second half of their thumping of Man City.

Everton are a club noted for their work at youth level, though this often owed as much to an excellent academy as a lack of spending power leaving managers with little option but to blood young players in the first team. Nonetheless, this standing abides as the under-23 team currently sit top of their league under the impressive guidance of David Unsworth.

Both this season and overall Premier League records reflect Everton's reputation for handing opportunities to talented prospects. Even though...

Koeman's Everton are inspired vs. hapless Man City; Sunderland woe

Gab Marcotti and the ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester City's flaws following their four-goal defeat at Everton.
Paul Mariner says Man City's crushing 4-0 defeat to Everton most likely sees them out of the title race.
As Man United's unbeaten streak continues with a draw vs. Liverpool, Paul Mariner thinks they will truly push for top four.
Janusz Michallik feels Tottenham's defensive prowess is key to their potential run at the Premier League crown.
Janusz Michallik was not at all surprised to see league leaders Chelsea continue to triumph even without Diego Costa.

Iain Macintosh casts his eye over the best and worst of the action from the Premier League weekend.

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Life can go one of two ways when you turn your fury on your own club. You can alienate and offend everyone to the point that your position is barely tenable -- or you can get a more positive response. In Ronald Koeman's case, it was most certainly the latter. Everton were ruthless against Manchester City, scoring four goals from four shots on target and out-fighting their opponents in every...

Everton thump Man City as Davies, Lukaku and Mirallas impress

Manchester City suffered another away day to forget as they were beaten 4-0 by Everton at Goodison Park.
Manchester City suffered another away day to forget as they were beaten 4-0 by Everton at Goodison Park.
Ronald Koeman says Everton couldn't have played at a higher level in the second half of their thumping of Man City.

Clinical, ruthless Everton conjured an unexpected but thoroughly deserved 4-0 win against Manchester City. Aided by a second-half display that manager Ronald Koeman described as "perfect," the home side embarrassed their title-chasing visitors and inflicted Pep Guardiola's heaviest league defeat as a manager.

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Of the many positives across the pitch, perhaps the most pleasing was teenagers Tom Davies and Ademola Lookman scoring their first goals for the club and capping the best team performance...

Everton loss is further evidence that Guardiola, City aren't good enough

Manchester City suffered another away day to forget as they were beaten 4-0 by Everton at Goodison Park.
Manchester City suffered another away day to forget as they were beaten 4-0 by Everton at Goodison Park.
Paul Mariner says Man City's crushing 4-0 defeat to Everton most likely sees them out of the title race.
Following his worst league defeat, Pep Guardiola says Man City need to work harder with their Spurs clash looming.
Ronald Koeman says Everton couldn't have played at a higher level in the second half of their thumping of Man City.
Currently trailing by 10 points, Pep Guardiola seems to admit that Man City won't be able to catch leaders Chelsea.

LIVERPOOL, England -- "Sacked in the morning!" the Everton fans chanted gleefully. "You're getting sacked in the morning!" On the touchline, Pep Guardiola turned slowly to his left and stared at them glumly. How had it come to this? The best manager in the world, a man with an unrivalled record of success at two of Europe's biggest clubs, reduced to a laughing stock, his players swept away by a team that achieved the rare feat of losing at home to Leicester City last weekend. This is not what Guardiola...