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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: Everton U23s win, Silva set for Derby, Rooney's prediction

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

Everton v West Ham United - Premier League Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Tomorrow, Everton face Liverpool away in the Merseyside Derby. In their last 10 meetings, Everton have zero wins, five draws, and five losses. Can Everton finally break their winless streak against the Reds? COYB!

Everton will face Liverpool away again in a month in the FA Cup Third Round. [RBM]

Three thoughts from Sunday's loss to Leicester City. [RBM]

To no surprise, Marco Silva will be in charge for the Blues against Liverpool tomorrow. [Sky Sports]

I think Everton will get a draw. The way it has been going has been tough. I think they’ll pull together. It’s a massive game for the city and, if Everton win, it could stop Liverpool winning the title,” says Wayne Rooney on tomorrow’s Derby. [Metro]

Everton officials have reportedly been extensively scouting Benfica’s side this season. [Sport Witness]

We have to keep going, look at the videos, stick together and stay positive. We have a lot of games coming up where we can change this. We’ve come away with as many points as we did last week, that’s the frustrating thing, but we have another game on Wednesday which is a big one for us,” says Gylfi Sigurdsson. [Daily Mail]

Watch the highlights from Everton U23s 3-0 win against Watford U23s.

To get a result for the fans and make them happy and proud and ourselves proud in beating Liverpool would be great. I think when we’re performing at our best, we can match any team in the league, not just Liverpool. But it’s about performing, rolling your sleeves up and when it’s tough making sure we’re in the moment, getting tackles in and then playing football after that,” says Jordan Pickford. [Sky Sports]

What To Watch

Crystal Palace face AFC Bournemouthwhile Burnley battle Manchester City.

Full schedule of games here.

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