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Wednesday’s Toffee Bites: Pickford talks West Brom, Baningime and Simms praise

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Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Everton defeat Southampton 1-0. Here’s how it happened. [RBM]

Watch the highlights here and some behind-the-scenes clips below.

It is an important victory - it was a difficult game - we knew it would be beforehand. We started well and controlled the game. We didn’t concede chances until the last minutes when they put in a lot of effort. We deserved to win,” says Ancelotti. [RBM]

With only one shot on target for the Blues in Monday’s win, Royal Blue Mersey writer Matthew Chandler dives deep into the question: are Everton simply better without the ball than with it? [RBM]

We’re in a good place...we’ll now get prepared for Thursday against West Brom. That’s another massive game. We’re a couple of points off fourth now and we want to keep building that momentum towards the end of the season,” says Jordan Pickford. [EFC]

Despite barely featuring for Derby County since joining on loan in January, Beni Baningime has received loads of praise from the Championship side’s assistant manager Liam Rosenior. [Derbyshire Live]

Blackpool manager Neil Critchley has also hoisted praise towards Ellis Simms as he looks to make an impact on loan. [Blackpool FC]

If you don't follow Alex Iwobi on social media (which you definitely should for infinite pictures of beans on toast and locker room shenanigans) you can now subscribe to him on YouTube for some extra Everton content.

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that Everton have reportedly put a price of around €45-50 for Moise Kean. [CBS Sports]

That money could go towards Seamus Coleman’s successor, as Norwich defender Max Aarons and Brighton & Hove defender Tariq Lamptey will reportedly cost close to the reported Kean fee. [Brighton & Hove Independent]

What To Watch

Plenty of Premier League, Ligue 1, and Serie A action on today to hold you over before the Blues match against West Brom tomorrow.

Full schedule of games here.

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