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School of Science Radio, Episode 69

Matthew, Pete Reynolds and Rodger Armstrong dissect Everton’s wins over Leicester and Arsenal and look ahead to a busy Christmas for the Blues

Everton v Arsenal - Premier League
Everton have won their last three league games
Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

It was a fantastic week for Everton, as they build on their win over Chelsea by seeing off both Leicester City and Arsenal.

These three successive wins have propelled the Blues back into the top four for Christmas, which Matthew had the pleasure of discussing on this week’s episode of SOS Radio with Pete Reynolds and Rodger Armstrong.

As well as waxing lyrical about Ben Godfrey and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, they also looked ahead to a typically busy festive period for Everton, which comprises three games in a week.

The visit of Manchester United is first up in Wednesday’s EFL Cup quarter-final, before a trip to Sheffield United on Boxing Day, followed by Manchester City travelling to Goodison Park on December 28.

How should Carlo Ancelotti shuffle his pack? Which game is the most important? And is it simply typical Evertonian pessimism to feel most nervous about facing the winless, rock-bottom Blades?

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