• Everton vs Swansea City

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    Everton look to continue their improving form this weekend and take another step back towards re-joining the chase for a place in the top four as Swansea City come to Goodison Park. Romelu Lukaku suffered a recurrence of his toe problem in the win over Burnley but is expected to play and, with no new injury concerns, Roberto Martinez will have the same squad available for selection as last weekend.

  • Record Profit for Everton in 2013-14

    New TV deal boosts turnover

    Everton have announced record profits of over £28m and reduced the club's debt by more than £17m according to the club’s annual report for 2013-14. Turnover increased by 39%, thanks largely to the new TV rights deals to £120.5m while operating profit before player trading increased from £0.7m to £23m.

  • Martinez happy with defensive depth

    Manager not looking to sign cover for Stones

    Roberto Martinez says that he is not planning to dip into the January transfer market to sign central defensive cover for John Stones, insisting that he has sufficient depth in that position. Stones is expected to return from an ankle injury in the New Year regardless but centre half is not an area in which the Blues' manager expects to supplement when the window opens.

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  • Sorry, Barkley in, Eto'o on the bench....
    Colin Glassar in Everton vs Swansea City
  • Same side as last week but Ross in for Ossie and mcgeady in for Nessie. My team would be:HowardColemanJagsAlcarazBaines...
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  • Jay / Mchael P. I'm not saying we should play McGeady. Just pointing out that he is often used against quick wingers like Hazard, Di maria ...
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  • Good point about the Newcastle lad Harrold (Ryan Taylor?)... sounds like he had a great game - hopefully he can do the same today!I'd lik...
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  • Almost the same side as last week, with Ross in for Ossie. Other than that I can't see too many changes. Another 3-1 for the mighty Blues....
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