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 Posted by Andrew Mangan
13 hours ago

Flat Arsenal seek a spark at Everton

Arsenal claimed a goalless draw in their first-leg playoff with Besiktas in the Champions League on Wednesday night, with Arsene Wenger's side lacking their usual fluency.

Much of the optimism that surrounded Arsenal ahead of the new Premier League season has evaporated.

Perhaps it was because of an unconvincing midweek display against Besiktas, which followed a hard-fought, very late victory over Crystal Palace at the weekend. Or maybe it's because Arsenal have picked up a couple of injuries to key players. It could even be fresh memories of last season's 3-0 hammering at Everton.

- Mangan: Arsenal in precarious position
- Cross: Signings still needed
- Macintos...

4 days ago

Martinez must sort defensive issues

Chris Wood scored a late equaliser for Leicester as Everton's Premier League campaign got off to a stuttering start.

Aside from the obvious disappointment -- dropping two points at such a late stage on the opening day -- there was little in the way of surprises at the King Power stadium. In their 2-2 draw with Leicester on Saturday, Everton delivered the performance expected of them; it was a microcosm of last season as it was a veritable mix of good and bad.

With John Stones, a young central defender, employed at right-back, it is reasonable to expect a patchy defensive display. With Romelu Lukaku not seen i...

6 days ago

Everton must exorcise opening day demons

Everton coach Roberto Martinez looks ahead to first game of season at newly-promoted Leicester.

Fresh off an impressive, expectation-defying first season, Roberto Martinez is primed for another crack at Champions League qualification in 2014-15, having fallen narrowly short in his debut season as Everton manager. The sight of Antolin Alcaraz planting a header into his own net against Southampton still makes for painful viewing.

- Report: Martinez: No Blues option on Barkley
- Report: McCarthy 'staying at Everton'
- Jacobs: Leicester fired up for opener

Establishing Goodison Park as ...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
6 days ago

Prem's 'Top 7' tighter than ever

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth looks ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture list and highlights the odds and bets he would choose.

Back before all the current excitement for the new season began, in one of the summer's quieter moments, Jose Mourinho offered a statement that was rather short on bombast -- at least as far as his own team was concerned.

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"I know Chelsea will be better, but maybe the other teams will be better too," the Portuguese manager said. "So it will again be the kind of league where you don't know if you're going to finish first or finish sixth."

That's probably pushing it for his Chelsea team, who ar...

7 days ago

Leicester ready for Premier League bow

Leicester have already beaten Everton once this year -- a victory in preseason -- but Nigel Pearson's men would swap that for three points against Everton on Saturday.

If history is anything to go by, losing the opening game of the season isn't a bad thing. Surprisingly, four of the past five newly promoted sides to do so at home have gone on to avoid the relegation trapdoor. Only Sunderland failed to in the 2005-06 campaign.

As comforting as that may be to the eternal pessimists among us, in reality this stat means very little. Of far more relevance is Leicester City's formidable home form ahead of their first Premier League fixture of the season. The Foxes ...

 Posted by Michael Cox
Aug 10, 2014

Style pushes Pochettino and Martinez

Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes the signing of Romelu Lukaku on a permanent 28 million pound move from Chelsea is a significant day for in the history of the club.

A few seasons ago, the most interesting recurring tactical battle in the Premier League was between Tottenham and Everton.

Why? Well, they didn't really have the brightest tactical minds as coaches. It was more complex than that. In any sport, the most interesting battles come between competitors that are of a similar calibre but have a completely different style. And that's precisely what Tottenham versus Everton was.

The two are very similar: traditionally big clubs, though never genuin...