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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Fulham preview, Silva addresses transfer rumours, and more

Recapping all of yesterday’s Everton news

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Both Everton and Fulham will be playing for two completely different things this Saturday when the Blues travel to Craven Cottage. After a fantastic recent run of form, the Toffees currently sit in 9th place with 46 points, while Leicester and Wolverhampton both are tied with 47 points. With a possible Europa League spot in reach, Everton will look to secure a (hopefully easy) three points against the already-relegated Fulham side. Fulham will simply be playing for pride before their return to the Championship at the end of this season. Everton hold an outstanding 8-1-1 record against Fulham in their last 10 meetings, with their most recent win coming earlier this season in a stellar 3-0 performance. Everton will hope to complete their second win of the season over the Cottagers when the teams meet this Saturday.

Watch Marco Silva’s full pre-match Fulham presser.

Watch some of Everton’s best goals against Fulham. [EFC]

Fulham legend Tony Gale has only good things to say about Everton. [Inside Futbol]

Silva addresses recent transfer speculations around Idrissa Gueye, and Ajax Amsterdam striker David Neres. [RBM]

Manchester United revealed as the most recent team interested in Idrissa Gueye. [RBM]

Everton target Neres will have heads turning after his goal for Ajax against Juventus in the Champions League. [RBM]

20 years ago yesterday, Super Kev Campbell scored in a scramble. The rest is history. [RBM]

Our club should be participating every year in European football, playing European competitions is our target,” says Marco Silva. [RBM]

Check out some memorable March moments, including a throwback from Yakubu.

Report claims Nikola Vlašić will have several suitors this summer. [The Boot Room]

I made stupid mistakes. The biggest one was signing for Everton,” says ex-Everton defender Andy van der Meyde. [SempreInter]

Everton target Patrick Schick will cost a pretty penny if the club decides to pursue the 23-year-old AS Roma forward this summer. [HITC]

What To Watch

Everton fans will want to keep an eye on today’s match between Leicester City and Newcastle, as the Foxes currently sit a point above Everton, with both teams fighting for a Europa League spot.

Full schedule of games here.

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