Everton don't play West Ham United until Sunday afternoon, with the following games being played on Saturday:

Sunderland vs Arsenal, 12:30
Manchester United vs Burnley, 15:00
Middlesbrough vs Bournemouth, 15:00
Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City, 15:00
Watford vs Hull City, 15:00
West Bromwich Albion vs Manchester City, 15:00
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool, 17:30


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Ian McDowell
1 Posted 29/10/2016 at 13:08:43
Mackems 1-0 down. See Jack Rodwell has had 32 starts for them and never won a game.
Ray Robinson
2 Posted 29/10/2016 at 13:32:23
Looks like we dodged a bullet by not signing Lamine Koné!
Matt Traynor
3 Posted 29/10/2016 at 14:07:50
Moyes set a few club records whilst he was here, he's about to set a new Premier League record...
Ian McDowell
4 Posted 29/10/2016 at 14:09:18
Arsenal in great from. Finished last season strong... heading top today.
Ste Traverse
5 Posted 29/10/2016 at 17:07:08
I must admit I'm really enjoying this Moyes horror show. If he hadn't disrespected us during the Baines/Fellaini fiasco and was a humble man, I could feel a bit sorry for him, but he's arrogant.

He breezed into Sunderland declaring he was a 'Champions League level manager' as if he was somehow above them.

Having had a nose at their forum, it's clear Sunderland fans have seen enough. Surely it's only a matter of time before he gets his 3rd sacking in less than 3 years.

Moyes is finished as a top level manager.

James Flynn
6 Posted 29/10/2016 at 17:26:32
Burnley's a dead bore. But they don't waver or panic.
Tom Bowers
7 Posted 29/10/2016 at 17:40:46
Burnley have a great work ethic and that will help them survive.

Yes, Kone would have given us two deadbeats at the club. Sunderland down already and Moyes will be gone soon but will pocket a big compensation cheque again.

On another note, when will the league realize that Martin Atkinson is a poor referee?

Ian McDowell
8 Posted 29/10/2016 at 17:41:43
Ste @ 5. I was enjoying it at first, to be honest... but now,I'm beginning to feel a touch sorry for him.
Colin Glassar
9 Posted 29/10/2016 at 20:22:43
I actually think Ellis Short will allow ginger to take them down so they can rebuild from top to bottom. It doesn't seem to be doing Newcastle any harm being in the Championship and they will probably bounce right back up.

If we win tomorrow, we are only five points off the top. Probably blow it as usual.

Steve Pugh
10 Posted 29/10/2016 at 20:42:09
Colin (#9), my concern tomorrow is – win, lose or draw – we stay 6th. If West Ham win, they can jump to 10th. I can see them running us off the park with desire.
David Donnellan
11 Posted 29/10/2016 at 20:51:25
We haven't got firing yet and we are still 6th! Let's get back to winning ways tomorrow and back on track... hopefully!!

On Moyes, I think he made a mistake of lowering expectations (we've seen that before) after the first game by declaring they were in a relegation battle. I mean, that is hardly going to inspire his players, he is basically telling them that they ain't good enough. Not to mention the fans, that isn't the kind of defeatist words they want to hear.

A 3rd sacking may be on the cards for him, I don't really want to gloat but the grass ain't always greener.

Colin Glassar
12 Posted 29/10/2016 at 22:17:52
Steve, today's results were relatively kind to us. Win tomorrow and we stay on the tails of the leaders. Lose, and we could be cut adrift. Tomorrow is massive.
Chris Williams
13 Posted 29/10/2016 at 22:32:24
Will Lennon feature tomorrow?
David Donnellan
14 Posted 29/10/2016 at 23:00:50
Just watching MotD, as well as the shite are playing, they get some luck as well. How Palace never got a penalty, I don't know!

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