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Howard
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Coleman
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Jagielka
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Distin
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Baines
0 (0%)
Besic
47 (68.1%)
Barkley
13 (18.8%)
Mirallas
1 (1.4%)
Naismith
6 (8.7%)
McGeady
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1 (1.4%)
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Author Topic: Everton v Queens Park Rangers  (Read 19567 times)

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December 15, 2014, 03:40:14 AM
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Everton FC v Queen's Park Rangers
Goodison Park
Monday 15th December 20:00
Premier League Match #16


Everton - Premier League 14/15

Sunderland 1-1 Everton (Baines Pen)
Everton 2-1 West Ham (Lukaku, Osman)
Tottenham 2-1 Everton (Mirallas)
Everon 1-1 Hull (Lukaku)
Manchester City 1-0 Everton


QPR - Premier League 14/15

QPR 2-2 Manchester City (Austin, O.G.)
Newcastle 1-0 QPR
QPR 3-2 Leicester City (O.G., Fer, Austin)
Swansea 2-0 QPR
QPR 2-0 Burnley (Fer, Austin)

Everton

Yaya Toure's penalty was enough to give Manchester City victory over Everton last weekend in a 1-0 win at the Ethiad Stadium. Everton have now failed to win any of their last three Premier League matches and haven't kept a clean sheet for five matches. The Toffees have taken just six points from their last six Premier League fixtures (W1 D3 L2). Hull City (6), Leicester City (7), Aston Villa & Crystal Palace ( 8 ) are the only teams to take less points from home fixtures than Everton (9) this season. Romelu Lukaku has scored in each of his last four starts at Goodison Park and has scored the opening goal on three occasions.


Tim Howard is the only Everton player to receive a red card under the Roberto Martinez era when the keeper brought down Sunderland's midfielder Ki 12 months ago. The only side to go longer are Southampton who haven't received a red card for 20 months since a 3-0 home defeat against West Brom which saw Fox and Gaston sent off for the Saints. Everton have committed the fewest fouls in the Premier League this season (138) followed by QPR (149) and are the most fouled team (203) in the Premier League followed by Liverpool (196). Arsenal and Everton have each seen a league high 40 yellow cards awarded to opponents this season.

Possible Line ups



Queen's Park Rangers

QPR recorded their fourth victory of the season as they dispatched their fellow promoted team Burnley 2-0 at Loftus Road. Top scorer Charlie Austin received a red card and scored against his old club. QPR are only the second side in Premier League history to lose their opening seven league fixtures away from home as  Bolton Wanderers lost their first nine away matches in the 1995-96 season. The Rs have the fewest amount of goal scorers (5) in the Premier League this season but have earned as many points (7) from their last six fixtures as they did in their opening nine Premier League matches.


The first match between the two managers recorded the joint second highest amount of goals in a Premier League match. Unfortunately for Martinez, it was also the joint second highest defeat of any side in the Premier League as Tottenham destroyed Wigan 9-1, only to lose the same fixture 1-0 in the following season. Redknapp is yet to beat Martinez in three attempts since leaving Tottenham Hotspur and this fixture in the third round of the FA Cup last season resulted in a comprehensive defeat for the Hoops.

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I'm more trusting of fellas when they have my cock in their mouth

December 15, 2014, 03:42:55 AM
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hill135


Gonna miss this one. PLaying 5-a-side after completely forgetting we were playing on Monday.

Midfield options looking really thin.

December 15, 2014, 03:44:31 AM
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Cozzie


Jesus christ, if we don't win this one I really am gonna be seriously concerned.

Back in the top 10 if we win this one so the table will have a bit of a better look about it.

Surely we can't spaz this up, only thing that worries me is QPR havent won away from home yet, even got a point......there is no better team to play than Everton to end a run or drought.

Just get at them and for the love of god don't take the foot off the gas.


December 15, 2014, 03:59:55 AM
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Toddacelli


Time to start getting serious. If we don't start putting away teams in the bottom half of the table then we don't deserve to be in the top half - no matter what it says 'on paper'.

COYB!

Let's completely fucking rinse this lot and kick on from there.
    

I'm only here for the cladding/Bramley Moore Dock updates

December 15, 2014, 04:12:36 AM
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Let's just fucking win aye. Even if we play shite, just fucking win.

Last season we had a great habit of playing shite but still getting results.

This season it seems like we play shite, nick a goal, then end up losing because someone at the back has decided to act like a massive biff.


December 15, 2014, 04:32:54 AM
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Can already see the match report....

Queens Park Rangers picked up their first away points of the season thanks to Bobby Zamoras 53rd minute header, condemning hosts Everton to their third straight defeat in all competitions. The hosts dominated possession but rarely threatened Rob Greens goal during the 90. The Toffees started slowly and were unable to fashion any clear cut chances in a first half devoid of quality, and the Merseysiders were made to pay for their lack of killer instinct when Zamora rose above Sylvain Distin to head home. Under fire keeper Tim Howard will know he could have done better as murmurs of discontent from the home contingent began to rumble around Goodison. Kevin Mirallas and Ross Barkley made way for Leon Osman and Aiden McGeady on the hour mark, but still Everton were restricted to long range efforts as Richard Dunne marshalled Romelu Lukaku out of the game and the toffees were unable to find their rhythm, not for the first time this season. Leighton Baines corner kick delivery was below par all night and a series of late corners were all cleared with ease at the near post by One time Toffees target Nedum Onouha. As time ran out, Blues boss Roberto Martinez decided against using a third substitute, with Samuel Eto'o waiting in the wings ready to make an impact. When Leon Osmans first time shot drifted harmlessly wide in the last of the three minutes added on, Rangers knew their first away win of the season was in the bag as they move to within a point of their hosts.
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You think Lou Bega knocked it out of the park with Mambo number 1?!No but he kept at it!

December 15, 2014, 04:38:24 AM
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Can already see the match report....

Queens Park Rangers picked up their first away points of the season thanks to Bobby Zamoras 53rd minute header, condemning hosts Everton to their third straight defeat in all competitions. The hosts dominated possession but rarely threatened Rob Greens goal during the 90. The Toffees started slowly and were unable to fashion any clear cut chances in a first half devoid of quality, and the Merseysiders were made to pay for their lack of killer instinct when Zamora rose above Sylvain Distin to head home. Under fire keeper Tim Howard will know he could have done better as murmurs of discontent from the home contingent began to rumble around Goodison. Kevin Mirallas and Ross Barkley made way for Leon Osman and Aiden McGeady on the hour mark, but still Everton were restricted to long range efforts as Richard Dunne marshalled Romelu Lukaku out of the game and the toffees were unable to find their rhythm, not for the first time this season. Leighton Baines corner kick delivery was below par all night and a series of late corners were all cleared with ease at the near post by One time Toffees target Nedum Onouha. As time ran out, Blues boss Roberto Martinez decided against using a third substitute, with Samuel Eto'o waiting in the wings ready to make an impact. When Leon Osmans first time shot drifted harmlessly wide in the last of the three minutes added on, Rangers knew their first away win of the season was in the bag as they move to within a point of their hosts.

You've just nailed post of the year.

December 15, 2014, 04:39:04 AM
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Can already see the match report....

Queens Park Rangers picked up their first away points of the season thanks to Bobby Zamoras 53rd minute header, condemning hosts Everton to their third straight defeat in all competitions. The hosts dominated possession but rarely threatened Rob Greens goal during the 90. The Toffees started slowly and were unable to fashion any clear cut chances in a first half devoid of quality, and the Merseysiders were made to pay for their lack of killer instinct when Zamora rose above Sylvain Distin to head home. Under fire keeper Tim Howard will know he could have done better as murmurs of discontent from the home contingent began to rumble around Goodison. Kevin Mirallas and Ross Barkley made way for Leon Osman and Aiden McGeady on the hour mark, but still Everton were restricted to long range efforts as Richard Dunne marshalled Romelu Lukaku out of the game and the toffees were unable to find their rhythm, not for the first time this season. Leighton Baines corner kick delivery was below par all night and a series of late corners were all cleared with ease at the near post by One time Toffees target Nedum Onouha. As time ran out, Blues boss Roberto Martinez decided against using a third substitute, with Samuel Eto'o waiting in the wings ready to make an impact. When Leon Osmans first time shot drifted harmlessly wide in the last of the three minutes added on, Rangers knew their first away win of the season was in the bag as they move to within a point of their hosts.

lolol

December 15, 2014, 04:40:57 AM
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Can already see the match report....

Queens Park Rangers picked up their first away points of the season thanks to Bobby Zamoras 53rd minute header, condemning hosts Everton to their third straight defeat in all competitions. The hosts dominated possession but rarely threatened Rob Greens goal during the 90. The Toffees started slowly and were unable to fashion any clear cut chances in a first half devoid of quality, and the Merseysiders were made to pay for their lack of killer instinct when Zamora rose above Sylvain Distin to head home. Under fire keeper Tim Howard will know he could have done better as murmurs of discontent from the home contingent began to rumble around Goodison. Kevin Mirallas and Ross Barkley made way for Leon Osman and Aiden McGeady on the hour mark, but still Everton were restricted to long range efforts as Richard Dunne marshalled Romelu Lukaku out of the game and the toffees were unable to find their rhythm, not for the first time this season. Leighton Baines corner kick delivery was below par all night and a series of late corners were all cleared with ease at the near post by One time Toffees target Nedum Onouha. As time ran out, Blues boss Roberto Martinez decided against using a third substitute, with Samuel Eto'o waiting in the wings ready to make an impact. When Leon Osmans first time shot drifted harmlessly wide in the last of the three minutes added on, Rangers knew their first away win of the season was in the bag as they move to within a point of their hosts.

                 A Stealth do you work for the DAILY MAIL just a thought like

December 15, 2014, 07:24:26 AM
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Am in Manchester still, so going to head over for my first night time league match at Goodison.

I need a nice performance from the lads, I'm sure they won't disappoint.

:)
Once A Blue NEVER a Red

December 15, 2014, 12:29:57 PM
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RB1878


A must win game if ever there was one.

Things could start to look a little worrying without3 points after.

December 15, 2014, 01:14:41 PM
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QPR have scored two away goals in the league this season and he's suspended tonight. Cue Everton making Zamora a rangers star tonight and resurrecting his career at the club

December 15, 2014, 02:26:47 PM
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QPR have scored two away goals in the league this season and he's suspended tonight. Cue Everton making Zamora a rangers star tonight and resurrecting his career at the club
...........we were heavily linked with Zamora when he was at Brighton and Walter Smith was our manager. Amazing he's still playing and claiming to be 33 ,like a white Yakubu. :o
We are special ,we are Everton.

December 15, 2014, 02:39:12 PM
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Not able to go due to work, our tickets are on Stubhub, details in the ticket thread.

December 15, 2014, 02:49:26 PM
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Can already see the match report....

Queens Park Rangers picked up their first away points of the season thanks to Bobby Zamoras 53rd minute header, condemning hosts Everton to their third straight defeat in all competitions. The hosts dominated possession but rarely threatened Rob Greens goal during the 90. The Toffees started slowly and were unable to fashion any clear cut chances in a first half devoid of quality, and the Merseysiders were made to pay for their lack of killer instinct when Zamora rose above Sylvain Distin to head home. Under fire keeper Tim Howard will know he could have done better as murmurs of discontent from the home contingent began to rumble around Goodison. Kevin Mirallas and Ross Barkley made way for Leon Osman and Aiden McGeady on the hour mark, but still Everton were restricted to long range efforts as Richard Dunne marshalled Romelu Lukaku out of the game and the toffees were unable to find their rhythm, not for the first time this season. Leighton Baines corner kick delivery was below par all night and a series of late corners were all cleared with ease at the near post by One time Toffees target Nedum Onouha. As time ran out, Blues boss Roberto Martinez decided against using a third substitute, with Samuel Eto'o waiting in the wings ready to make an impact. When Leon Osmans first time shot drifted harmlessly wide in the last of the three minutes added on, Rangers knew their first away win of the season was in the bag as they move to within a point of their hosts.
Ha ha you so know this is true


Simply simply lovely