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September 03, 2012, 10:42:58 AM
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Everton v Newcastle United
Goodison Park (Capacity: 40, 157)
Monday 17th September
20:00 UK time



Everton's last five matches:
Malaga 1-0 Everton - Pre-season
Everton 1-0 Manchester United (Fellaini)
Aston Villa 1-3 Everton (Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic)
Everton 5-0 Leyton Orient - League Cup (Mirallas x2, Osman, Anichebe, Gueye)
West Brom 2-0 Everton

Newcastle United's last five matches:
Newcastle United 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur (Ba, Ben Arfa Pen)
Atromitos 1-1 Newcastle United - Europa League (R. Tayor)
Chelsea 2-0 Newcastle United
Newcastle United 1-0 Atromitos - Europa League (Vuckic)
Newcastle United 1-1 Aston Villa (Ben Arfa)

Preview

Both sides will be looking to get back to winning ways in this match as Newcastle haven't won in their last two league games and Everton suffered a disappointing defeat to West Bromwich Albion.

This match will take place at Goodison Park under the lights on a weekday, the type of occasion which has provided us with some memorable moments in the past.

 Below is a table showing Everton's record of weekday premier league night matches at Goodison Park:



and here is every one of those matches:

1992/93 season:

Tuesday 25th August - Everton 1-0 Aston Villa (Johnston)
Monday 7th December - Everton 2-1 Liverpool (Beardsley, Johnston)
Wednesday 10th February - Everton 1-2 Tottenham (Sanson)
Wednesday 3rd March - Everton 2-1 Blackburn (Cottee, Hendry OG)
Wednesday 24th March - Everton 3-0 Ispwich (Jackson, Cottee, Barlow)
Tuesday 4th May - Everton 0-2 Sheffield United

1993/94 season:

Tuesday 17th August - Everton 1-0 Manchester City (Rideout)
Tuesday 31st August - Everton 0-1 Aston Villa
Tuesday 23rd Novermber - Everton 1-1 Leeds united (Cottee)
Monday 27th December - Everton 0-2 sheffield Wednesday

1994/95 season:

Tuesday 30th August - Everton 1-2 Nottingham forest (Rideout)
Tuesday 1st November - Everton 1-0 West Ham (Ablett)
Monday 21st November - Everton 2-0 Liverpool (Ferguson, Rideout)
Monday 5th December - Everton 3-0 Leeds United (Unsworth Pen, Ferguson, Rideout)
Wednesday 15th March - Everton 1-1 Manchester City (Unsworth Pen)
Wednesday 3rd May - Everton 3-3 Chelsea (Ablett, Amokachi, Hinchcliffe)

1995/96 season:

Wednesday 23rd August - Everton 0-2 Arsenal
Wednesday 22nd November - Everton 2-0 QPR (Stuart, Rideout)
Monday 11th December - Everton 3-0 West Ham (Unsworth Pen, Ebbrell, Stuart)
Tuesday 16th April - Everton 1-1 Liverpool (Kanchelskis)

1996/97 season:

Wednesday 5th September - Everton 0-1 Aston Villa
Monday 4th November - Everton 1-1 Coventry (Stuart Pen)
Wednesday 9th April - Everton 1-1 Leicester (Branch)
Wednesday 16th April - Everton 1-1 Liverpool (Ferguson)

1997/98 season:

Wednesday 27th August - Everton 0-2 Manchester United

1998/99 season:

Monday 23rd November - Everton 1-0 Newcastle (Ball Pen)
Wednesday 17th February - Everton 5-0 Middlesbrough (Materazzi, Unsworth, Barmby x2, Dacourt)

1999/00 season:

Wednesday 25th August - Everton 4-0 Wimbledon (Unsworth, Barmby, Campbell, Jeffers)

2000/01 season:

Wednesday 23rd August - Everton 3-0 Charlton (Jeffers, Ferguson x2)
Wednesday 31st January - EVerton 2-2 Middlesbrough (Naysmith, Tal)
Wednesday 7th February - Everton 2-2 Leeds (Campbell, Ferguson)

2001/02 season:

Monday 20th August - Everton 1-1 Tottenham (Ferguson Pen)

2002/03 season:

Wednesday 28th August - Everton 1-1 Birmingham (Unsworth)

2003/04 season:

Monday 10th November - Everton 1-2 Blackburn (Radzinski)
Wednesday 7th January - Everton 1-1 Arsenal (Radzinski)
Friday 9th April - Everton 3-1 Tottenham (Unsworth, Naysmith, Yobo)

2004/05 season:

Tuesday 4th January - Everton 2-1 Portsmouth (Stubbs, Osman)
Wednesday 2nd February - Everton 1-0 Norwich (Doherty OG)
Wednesday 20th April - Everton 1-0 Manchester United (Ferguson)

2005/06 season:

Wednesday 14th December - Everton 1-2 West Ham (Beattie)
Wednesday 28th December - Everton 1-3 Liverpool (Beattie)

2006/07 season:

Wednesday 21st February - Everton 1-2 Tottenham (Arteta)
Friday 6th April - Everton 4-1 Fulham (Carsley, Stubbs, Vaughan, Anichebe)

2007/08 season:

Wednesday 30th January - Everton 0-0 Tottenham
Thursday 17th April - Everton 0-1 Chelsea

2008/09 season:

Monday 22nd December - Everton 0-0 Chelsea
Wednesday 28th January - Everton 1-1 Arsenal (Cahill)

2009/10 season:

Wednesday 27th January - Everton 2-0 sunderland (Cahill, Donovan)
Wednesday 10th Ferbruary - Everton 2-1 Chelsea (Saha x2)

2010/11 season:

Wednesday 10th November - Everton 1-1 Bolton (Beckford)
Wednesday 5th January - Everton 2-1 Tottenham (Saha, Coleman)
Wednesday 9th March - Everton 1-1 Brimingham (Heitinga)

2011/12 season:

Wednesday 21st December - Everton 1-0 Swansea (Osman)
Wednesday 4th January - Everton 1-2 Bolton (Howard)
Tueday 31st January - Everton 1-0 Manchester City (Gibson)
Wednesday 21st March - Everton 0-1 Arsenal

2012/13 season:

Monday 20th August - Everton 1-0 Manchester United (Fellaini)


Newcastle United

The squad for the start of this season is very similar to that of last season with not much happening in the transfer window, incomings or outgoings so there is a chance that some of their players such as Cabaye, Cisse or Ba will be 'found out' and struggle to repeat the form they showed last year. This along with the added implication of European football is likely to make last seasons heroics difficult to repeat. Having said that, they still have good enough players to beat us come 17th September therefore shouldn't be taken lightly.

In their last match against Aston Villa, Newcastle 6 shots on target compared to the oppositions 9 shots whereas Everton tore apart Aston Vila just a week before which could be a good indication of how both teams are performing, though they aren't extremely reliable pieces of information to go off.

Newcastle's stand out player thus far has been Hatem Ben Arfa who has scored 2 of Newcastle's 3 league goals this season whilst Cabaye and Cisse have amongst others had sluggish starts.

Everton

Let's just hope we can just push the last performance to the side and continue with the form we showed against Manchester United and Aston Villa. Firstly, it would be ignorant not to applaud the opposition who pressed well and created many chances with new signing Yacob commanding the midfield. However, we were extremely poor from back to front. Perhaps for the next game David Moyes will drop Marouane Fellaini back into the double pivot depending on the seriousness of Gibson's injury whilst moving Mirallas into the creative trio of midfield behind Jelavic.

I don't think the result will be a reflection on the future of our season though so there's no need for moods to be dampened yet even though it was poor performance as we know that the likes of Fellaini, Distin, Baines, Pienaar etc are unlikely to play any worse than that this season so surely things can only improve.

This will be the 163rd competitive meeting between the sides.



Potential injuries

Everton

Darron Gibson - Groin strain - unknown

Newcastle

Danny Simpson - Hamstring injury - unknown
James Perch - Neck injury - 17/09/12
Ryan Taylor - ACL Knee injury - March 2013
Cheick Tiote - Calf/shin injury - 17/09/12
Shola  Ameobi - Hamstring injury - 17/09/12
Sammy Ameobi - Hamstring injury - unknown

COYB
« Last Edit: September 12, 2012, 06:51:51 AM by Shogun »
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September 03, 2012, 02:31:06 PM
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This match will take place at Goodison Park under the lights on a weekday, the type of occasion which has provided us with some memorable moments in the past.

Below is a table showing Everton's record of weekday premier league night matches at Goodison Park:

Surprisingly poor league record for evening games at Goodison, even if you elminate the seasons of extreme woe. I guess the cup and European nights made me think it was better than that.

Still expect us to see of Newcastle with relative ease, 3-1.
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September 03, 2012, 03:48:31 PM
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We need to figure out our best team sooner rather than later. This starts with putting fellaini back to CM and playing one of the creative midfielders off jelavic, Keep the ball on the deck! Pass and move!


September 03, 2012, 03:53:19 PM
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We need to figure out our best team sooner rather than later. This starts with putting fellaini back to CM and playing one of the creative midfielders off jelavic, Keep the ball on the deck! Pass and move!

We kept it on the deck playing good football against Villa.

As always one game when we don't play well is due to kicking it long.

We had Osman, Pienaar and Naismith playing even after Gibbo went off. That's more than enough to play decent football. The problem was everyone was rubbish, not the way they tried to play.

September 03, 2012, 07:15:35 PM
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Tricky game this, I can see them going ahead and us equalising late on


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September 03, 2012, 07:19:11 PM
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Surprisingly poor league record for evening games at Goodison, even if you elminate the seasons of extreme woe. I guess the cup and European nights made me think it was better than that.

Still expect us to see of Newcastle with relative ease, 3-1.

But without knowing what our win percentage is in day games you can't tell if it's poor or not. If our win percentage in the premier league during the day is 30% then it's pretty good! Plus it would be good to know what it is in big games as they are the ones where the crowd really gets up for it and make a difference. Bolton at home last year for instance was flatter than most Saturday 3pms against the worst teams.

I can't see many changes. No chance will Coleman play right back and seriously someone suggested Jags be dropped?! He has been outstanding so far.

And shouldnt be moving Felli back yet unless Gibson is injured, Vadis not deemed ready to start and doesnt want to play Neville in there with Osman. He was top class in the first 2 games as he was in the run in last season. No need to change after one bad performance where the whole team was awful.


September 03, 2012, 08:40:35 PM
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Amazing that our stats with Newcastle are identical, down to goals scored and conceded.
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September 03, 2012, 09:34:35 PM
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Everton v Newcastle United
Goodison Park (Capacity: 40, 157)
Monday 17th September
20:00 UK time



Everton's last five matches:
Malaga 1-0 Everton - Pre-season
Everton 1-0 Manchester United (Fellaini)
Aston Villa 1-3 Everton (Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic)
Everton 5-0 Leyton Orient - League Cup (Mirallas x2, Osman, Anichebe, Gueye)
West Brom 2-0 Everton

Newcastle United's last five matches:
Newcastle United 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur (Ba, Ben Arfa Pen)
Atromitos 1-1 Newcastle United - Europa League (R. Tayor)
Chelsea 2-0 Newcastle United
Newcastle United 1-0 Atromitos - Europa League (Vuckic)
Newcastle United 1-1 Aston Villa (Ben Arfa)

Preview

Both sides will be looking to get back to winning ways in this match as Newcastle haven't won in their last two league games and Everton suffered a disappointing defeat to West Bromwich Albion.

This match will take place at Goodison Park under the lights on a weekday, the type of occasion which has provided us with some memorable moments in the past.

 Below is a table showing Everton's record of weekday premier league night matches at Goodison Park:



and here is every one of those matches:

1992/93 season:

Tuesday 25th August - Everton 1-0 Aston Villa (Johnston)
Monday 7th December - Everton 2-1 Liverpool (Beardsley, Johnston)
Wednesday 10th February - Everton 1-2 Tottenham (Sanson)
Wednesday 3rd March - Everton 2-1 Blackburn (Cottee, Hendry OG)
Wednesday 24th March - Everton 3-0 Ispwich (Jackson, Cottee, Barlow)
Tuesday 4th May - Everton 0-2 Sheffield United

1993/94 season:

Tuesday 17th August - Everton 1-0 Manchester City (Rideout)
Tuesday 31st August - Everton 0-1 Aston Villa
Tuesday 23rd Novermber - Everton 1-1 Leeds united (Cottee)
Monday 27th December - Everton 0-2 sheffield Wednesday

1994/95 season:

Tuesday 30th August - Everton 1-2 Nottingham forest (Rideout)
Tuesday 1st November - Everton 1-0 West Ham (Ablett)
Monday 21st November - Everton 2-0 Liverpool (Ferguson, Rideout)
Monday 5th December - Everton 3-0 Leeds United (Unsworth Pen, Ferguson, Rideout)
Wednesday 15th March - Everton 1-1 Manchester City (Unsworth Pen)
Wednesday 3rd May - Everton 3-3 Chelsea (Ablett, Amokachi, Hinchcliffe)

1995/96 season:

Wednesday 23rd August - Everton 0-2 Arsenal
Wednesday 22nd November - Everton 2-0 QPR (Stuart, Rideout)
Monday 11th December - Everton 3-0 West Ham (Unsworth Pen, Ebbrell, Stuart)
Tuesday 16th April - Everton 1-1 Liverpool (Kanchelskis)

1996/97 season:

Wednesday 5th September - Everton 0-1 Aston Villa
Monday 4th November - Everton 1-1 Coventry (Stuart Pen)
Wednesday 9th April - Everton 1-1 Leicester (Branch)
Wednesday 16th April - Everton 1-1 Liverpool (Ferguson)

1997/98 season:

Wednesday 27th August - Everton 0-2 Manchester United

1998/99 season:

Monday 23rd November - Everton 1-0 Newcastle (Ball Pen)
Wednesday 17th February - Everton 5-0 Middlesbrough (Materazzi, Unsworth, Barmby x2, Dacourt)

1999/00 season:

Wednesday 25th August - Everton 4-0 Wimbledon (Unsworth, Barmby, Campbell, Jeffers)

2000/01 season:

Wednesday 23rd August - Everton 3-0 Charlton (Jeffers, Ferguson x2)
Wednesday 31st January - EVerton 2-2 Middlesbrough (Naysmith, Tal)
Wednesday 7th February - Everton 2-2 Leeds (Campbell, Ferguson)

2001/02 season:

Monday 20th August - Everton 1-1 Tottenham (Ferguson Pen)

2002/03 season:

Wednesday 28th August - Everton 1-1 Birmingham (Unsworth)

2003/04 season:

Monday 10th November - Everton 1-2 Blackburn (Radzinski)
Wednesday 7th January - Everton 1-1 Arsenal (Radzinski)
Friday 9th April - Everton 3-1 Tottenham (Unsworth, Naysmith, Yobo)

2004/05 season:

Tuesday 4th January - Everton 2-1 Portsmouth (Stubbs, Osman)
Wednesday 2nd February - Everton 1-0 Norwich (Doherty OG)
Wednesday 20th April - Everton 1-0 Manchester United (Ferguson)

2005/06 season:

Wednesday 14th December - Everton 1-2 West Ham (Beattie)
Wednesday 28th December - Everton 1-3 Liverpool (Beattie)

2006/07 season:

Wednesday 21st February - Everton 1-2 Tottenham (Arteta)
Friday 6th April - Everton 4-1 Fulham (Carsley, Stubbs, Vaughan, Anichebe)

2007/08 season:

Wednesday 30th January - Everton 0-0 Tottenham
Thursday 17th April - Everton 0-1 Chelsea

2008/09 season:

Monday 22nd December - Everton 0-0 Chelsea
Wednesday 28th January - Everton 1-1 Arsenal (Cahill)

2009/10 season:

Wednesday 27th January - Everton 2-0 sunderland (Cahill, Donovan)
Wednesday 10th Ferbruary - Everton 2-1 Chelsea (Saha x2)

2010/11 season:

Wednesday 10th November - Everton 1-1 Bolton (Beckford)
Wednesday 5th January - Everton 2-1 Tottenham (Saha, Coleman)
Wednesday 9th March - Everton 1-1 Brimingham (Heitinga)

2011/12 season:

Wednesday 21st December - Everton 1-0 Swansea (Osman)
Wednesday 4th January - Everton 1-2 Bolton (Howard)
Tueday 31st January - Everton 1-0 Manchester City (Gibson)
Wednesday 21st March - Everton 0-1 Arsenal

2012/13 season:

Monday 20th August - Everton 1-0 Manchester United (Fellaini)


Newcastle United

The squad for the start of this season is very similar to that of last season with not much happening in the transfer window, incomings or outgoings so there is a chance that some of their players such as Cabaye, Cisse or Ba will be 'found out' and struggle to repeat the form they showed last year. This along with the added implication of European football is likely to make last seasons heroics difficult to repeat. Having said that, they still have good enough players to beat us come 17th September therefore shouldn't be taken lightly.

In their last match against Aston Villa, Newcastle 6 shots on target compared to the oppositions 9 shots whereas Everton tore apart Aston Vila just a week before which could be a good indication of how both teams are performing, though they aren't extremely reliable pieces of information to go off.

Newcastle's stand out player thus far has been Hatem Ben Arfa who has scored 2 of Newcastle's 3 league goals this season whilst Cabaye and Cisse have amongst others had sluggish starts.

Everton

Let's just hope we can just push the last performance to the side and continue with the form we showed against Manchester United and Aston Villa. Firstly, it would be ignorant not to applaud the opposition who pressed well and created many chances with new signing Yacob commanding the midfield. However, we were extremely poor from back to front. Perhaps for the next game David Moyes will drop Marouane Fellaini back into the double pivot depending on the seriousness of Gibson's injury whilst moving Mirallas into the creative trio of midfield behind Jelavic.

I don't think the result will be a reflection on the future of our season though so there's no need for moods to be dampened yet even though it was poor performance as we know that the likes of Fellaini, Distin, Baines, Pienaar etc are unlikely to play any worse than that this season so surely things can only improve.

This will be the 163rd competitive meeting between the sides.



Potential injuries

Everton

Darron Gibson - Groin strain - unknown

Newcastle

Danny Simpson - Hamstring injury - unknown
James Perch - Neck injury - 17/09/12
Ryan Taylor - ACL Knee injury - March 2013
Cheick Tiote - Calf/shin injury - 17/09/12
Shola  Ameobi - Hamstring injury - 17/09/12
Sammy Ameobi - Hamstring injury - unknown

COYB

We're still waiting for the in depth analysis.


September 03, 2012, 09:52:24 PM
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We're still waiting for the in depth analysis.



Love these.

Think I'll take my Sopranos boxset down to Uni with me to rewatch them.

As for the match I think we'll put West Brom behind us and beat a Newcastle side that haven't got off to the most convincing of starts.

One of my house mates is a Newcastle fan as well so it'll be even more pleasing if we win.

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September 04, 2012, 01:49:11 AM
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Big Doug


gonna get a oh yes babey banner for this match for all my Big Boyz out there

September 04, 2012, 01:49:16 AM
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Love these.

Think I'll take my Sopranos boxset down to Uni with me to rewatch them.

As for the match I think we'll put West Brom behind us and beat a Newcastle side that haven't got off to the most convincing of starts.

One of my house mates is a Newcastle fan as well so it'll be even more pleasing if we win.

To be a student again  :'(

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September 05, 2012, 03:36:37 AM
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Thornton_19


Pardew Banned from the touchline for this. I'd like to think this will make a big difference.

September 10, 2012, 02:52:37 AM
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The Analog Kid


Had to sell mine and me lads S/T for this one. I'm on nights and it's too late for him. Unreal that we're only getting to see four games at home between start of the season and the beginning of November. And two of those were a Monday night FFS.

September 10, 2012, 05:10:00 AM
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I'm feeling extremely optimistic we will bang a couple of goals with little reply against these buggers.
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September 10, 2012, 03:50:52 PM
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I, too, fancy we'll win. 3-1.
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