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Everton news, World Cup TV and live stream info

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Germany v Argentina: 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Final
Mario Gotze scored the World Cup winning goal in extra time in 2014
Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

  • The big news of the day is that the scorer of the 2014 World Cup winning goal, Mario Gotze, is being watched by Everton! [Sky Sports]

Maybe the Blues will united him the scorer of the winning goal of the 2017 Under-20 World Cup.. our own Dominic Calvert-Lewin!

  • Muhamed Besic quite enjoyed himself out at Middlesbrough, and could go back if chances at Everton are not forthcoming. [Northern Echo]
  • Everton’s interest in leftback Marvin Plattenhardt goes back to January, but the player is only focusing on the World Cup right now. [Bild]
  • If you missed this yesterday, Everton’s 2018-19 Premier League schedule was released, and it’s.. interesting. [RBM]
  • Also, Marco Silva is willing to give Morgan Schneiderlin another chance, but this trio is on their way out. [RBM]

What To Watch

The World Cup is on and there should be nothing else you are watching on TV. You can find a full TV schedule for the World Cup here, with direct links to legal streams (in Spanish) below:

Egypt vs. Uruguay, 8am - FS1, Telemundo; 1pm - BBC (Streaming: FOX Sports Go, Telemundo Deportes, fuboTV (Free Trial))

Morocco vs. Iran, 11am - FOX, Telemundo; 4pm - ITV (Streaming: FOX Sports Go, Telemundo Deportes, fuboTV (Free Trial))

Portugal vs. Spain, 2pm - FOX, Telemundo; 7pm - BBC (Streaming: FOX Sports Go, Telemundo Deportes, fuboTV (Free Trial))

None of Everton’s representatives are up yet, but read on the previews here - England, Iceland, and Senegal.

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