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Jordan Pickford reflects on his recent of form including four clean sheets.
“It’s great as a goalkeeper to get clean sheets. It’s not just me getting them, it’s the lads in front of me working really hard - it’s a team thing. You know if you can limit chances, then we will get opportunities and it’s about taking them.
That’s how you win games, keeping clean sheets or only allowing the opponent just one goal. It’s a massive part of it and that’s what the manager has brought into this side. A lot of credit goes to the lads who have been working hard, from Dominic (Calvert-Lewin) right down the side. Then, when called upon, I will look to make the saves.” [EFC]
James Garner has warned Manchester City that his Everton team-mates are not afraid of anyone and believes his side is playing in a unique way. [Echo]
Everton Women have had a challenging start to the season but recent away wins have prevented their campaign from descending into crisis according to Brian Sorensen. [Echo]
Everton’s predicted lineup when the Toffees host Manchester City. [4th Official]
Jack Harrison’s loan is considered by all parties to have been a success so far, in the absence of a purchase option, his situation is expected to be revisited in the summer. [@TheAthleticFC] pic.twitter.com/KKvVIwCNWN— EFC DAILY (@EFCdaily_) December 26, 2023
Midfielder Andre Gomes produced a reminder of his rare quality on Saturday. [Daily Mail]
Erling Haaland injury update ahead of Everton’s match on Wednesday. [Manchester Evening News]
Tottenham and Everton still negotiating over contract clause in Dele Alli transfer. [Daily Mail]
What are the best Everton moments from 2023. [Echo]
How does the squad value of Everton compare to the rest of the Premier League? [Liverpool World]
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have been handed a potential major fitness boost ahead of Wednesday’s Premier League trip to Goodison Park. [City Extra]
Man Utd won’t be happy with Everton’s price tag for transfer target Jarrad Branthwaite. [Daily Star]
Jarrad Branthwaite has slammed the decision to disallow Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s strike against Tottenham Hotspur - claiming Everton were denied a “clear goal”. [Echo]
Sean Dyche has admitted that the injury Idrissa Gana Gueye suffered in Everton’s 2-1 loss against Tottenham Hotspur ‘doesn’t look great’. [Liverpool World]
What to Watch
The Christmas gifts keep coming with the traditional Boxing Day bonanza. Five Premier League games including Manchester United at Aston Villa and Liverpool travel to Burnley. A full slate of Championship games are also available.
Full schedule of games here.
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