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Blues will want to keep an eye on Watford FC’s match against Southampton today, as the Hornets are currently tied on points (49) with Everton with one less match played. The Blues could certainly use some help from other teams, as well as keep up a good run of form, to capture the elusive seventh place spot to (hopefully) guarantee Europa League football next season. However, after a somewhat rocky first season for Marco Silva, would Europa League football do the club more harm than good?
Five telling stats from the win. [RBM]
Despite not being a regular this season, 29-year-old Morgan Schneiderlin’s performance on Sunday showed that Everton needs to hold onto the Frenchman moving forward. [RBM]
Although the result over Manchester United was a huge boost, it remains clear that Marco Silva must sort out the team’s inconsistency issues before the start of next season. [RBM]
Check out this week’s edition of Everton Unseen.
Hear from Everton U23s manager David Unsworth and U23s defender Morgan Feeney as they reflect on their Premier League 2 title win. [EFC]
People seemed to be pretty divided on Man of the Match honours in the win over Manchester United.
@premierleague MOTM: Gylfi Sigurdsson— Everton (@Everton) April 22, 2019
@EFCHospitality MOTM: Seamus Coleman
@Everton Twitter MOTM: @LucasDigne
So many superb individual performances yesterday resulting in a great team effort! @Davanti_Tyres #PerformanceDriven pic.twitter.com/78mPcvKxCA
“So to win here, sunny day, 4-0, clean sheet, beautiful goals - it was one of the best wins for me,” says Kurt Zouma on Sunday’s win. [EFC]
Hear from midfielder James McCarthy on his return to the side after a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Defender Michael Keane wants Everton to get the credit that they deserve. [Daily Mail]
Everton legend Tim Cahill thinks the club should sign...erm...Diego Costa?
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