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Everton’s Europa League hopes took a bit of a tumble yesterday when Wolverhampton beat Arsenal 3-1. The Wolves now sit in 7th place with 51 points, Watford FC are in 8th place with 50 points, and Everton in 9th with 49 points, while Leicester City watch closely behind in 10th with 48 points. This weekend will be huge for the Blues, as Wolves and Watford face off against each other, while Everton has their own test against Crystal Palace. However, Manchester City still need to beat Watford in the FA Cup final for this 7th place battle to mean anything.
Marco Silva admits he has yet to make a decision on Nikola Vlašić’s future with the club. [HITC]
“He [Idrissa Gueye] is an important player and will continue being an important player but about what can happen in the summer or not, this is something I cannot control but we are really happy with him,” says Marco Silva on the 29-year-old midfielder. [Tribal Football]
Watch Lucas Digne’s strike against Manchester United from every angle.
34 years ago yesterday, Everton defeat Bayern Munich 3-1 in one of the Blues’ most memorable matches.
This Steve Walsh signing has proven to be a hit for the Everton U23s this season. [Echo]
A delighted Bill Kenwright joins Séamus Coleman in post-Manchester United interview. [EFC]
13 years ago this week, Everton lost club legend Brian Labone.
| Brian Labone: The Last of the Corinthians.— Everton (@Everton) April 24, 2019
Paying tribute to a true leader and Evertonian, who we sadly lost 13 years ago today. pic.twitter.com/5j7shZOgjM
Everton have sold out their allocation for this Saturday’s match at Crystal Palace.
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