Maybe use him for the cup game. Personally, I'd take any offer that comes in January for both Mina and Keane. Keane lacks Mina's mental strength and Mina lacks Keane's basic fitness. You cannot do without either to compete in the Premier League. Leicester will be a very tough opponent to beat as they are now back on their best form. I want us to start Patterson as his pace will be needed and he's more of a threat going forward, even though Seamus can do a capable job. I want us to get to a nice comfy top-half 20 points before the Blatter Bribefest in Qatar. This will be a great opportunity to demonstrate just how much we've improved as a team.
I am. I understand everyone's nervousness and apprehension given last season's traumatic experience, but come on. I don't get this talk of survival. Win our next 2 winnable league matches and we're right up that table before the World Cup. This league is wide open. We're 2 points behind Liverpool and only 5 off 7th place. Without insulting anyone's intelligence, that's 2 games away. A lot to play for and I'm looking up, not down. And we can be in the next round of the League Cup by next Tuesday night. A step closer to Wembley. I know everyone likes to predict or suggest the team, which I enjoy reading and getting insights into different views.
If Everton can channel that performance against the Eagles, easily their best since the win over Leeds by the same 3-0 scoreline in February, then they should be able to register a second successive home win and put them on the threshold of the top half ahead of their second visit of the week to Bournemouth next weekend. Leicester have shown themselves to be defensively fallible at various times this season and as long as the defensive and goalkeeping strength that has underpinned their decent showing so far this season continues, the ingredients are there for three home points against the Foxes for the first time in three seasons. Kick-off: 5. 30pm, Saturday 5 November, 2022Referee: David CooteVAR: Paul TierneyLast Time: Everton 1 - 1 Leicester City Predicted Line-up: Pickford, Patterson, Coady, Tarkowski, Mykolenko, Gueye, Onana, Iwobi, Gordon, Gray, Calvert-Lewin Note: the following content is not moderated or vetted by the site owners at the time of submission. Comments are the responsibility of the poster.
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When Toshack took over at Swansea City he replicated it with Waddle and Giles and it also worked out very well then! 13:17:11 No way drop Gray he has pace and threat although yes like many wingers is inconsistent. He put it on a plate for Dom last week. Gordon struggled badly against Fulham but id start him too with the instruction to get at them. Patterson back in sorry Seamus! Leave onana he starts every game for me as does the wobes! Hoping for an improvement from gana or garner on 60 minutes coyb! 13:43:33 I agree Terry 19, Gray is always a threat, in fact I agree with all your points! We are at Goodison which should be a 1-goal start and I think we will win. Now me saying this optimistically should throw up danger signs because I'm a champion pessimist by nature.
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Lampard surely knows it and will probably also try and give minutes to those who havent played for a long time and will start on tuesday, if he can, of course. Not easy to find that balance but we have a good squad now and that is relieving. I believe the only players that cannot be dropped are Tarkowsky, Coady, Gana and Onana. They are the teams personality and reason for us being much much much better.
Personally I don't care who's playing. That one is for the manager and his staff. 07:58:57 Recent improvement by Leicester aside, we should be winning this game. Many rightfully thought that Crystal Palace were a tricky proposition, we beat them handily. Continue with the 4-3-3, because their midfield is better and more creative than ours. Take Gordon out of the team, because he's very inconsistent at the moment (has he been destabilised more than we're allowing for? ). As Danny says, our season looks very different if we win these two. There's no real reason not to expect a minimum of four points from Leicester and Bournemouth. 08:08:57 We can win this, 2-0. I think Gray should be dropped for McNeil.
Calvert-Lewin and Gordon to score. 16:32:34 I like it Rob 9, been waiting for that all season. Iwobi helping McNeil get free for the cross obviously. 16:42:06 Dave, Fireworks! There you go, I knew there was a reason for my confidence. I think the last time we won 6-0 was under Walter Smith against WHU if the old memory is holding up. 16:54:00 I would tweak the team, I would start with Patterson for Coleman if fit, switch Gray for McNeil, and bring Garner or Doucouré in for Gueye, give the three dropped some respite.
Read:Australia seal 42-run win over Ireland to move above England in T20 World Cup group | Cricket News READ MORE: Brendan Rodgers no longer has an obvious choice in three-time Leicester City squad fight READ MORE: Leicester City press conference live: Brendan Rodgers on injuries, transfers and Everton test Everton, meanwhile, has had a respectable season under Frank Lampard’s leadership. Many had expected the Toffees to struggle after last season’s relegation battle, although they are currently sitting comfortably in 12th place. Last time out saw Lampard hold his side to a 0-0 draw by Fulham at Craven Cottage and fans are hoping to see more action at Merseyside this weekend.
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It will probably be 2-0 to Leicester having said all that! 15:29:05 Hugh @ 18, or Sid Little and Eddie Large? That worked out not too badly either. 😜🤔💙 15:35:52 Kieran (13), I've just discovered a reason why should get a load of goals: it's bonfire night tomorrow, time for the team to produce a load of fireworks and throw them at Leicester. Speaking of Leicester, it's also Lester Piggot's birthday, one of my favourite sportsmen. 16:15:11 On the Everton page right now is a video of Everton thrashing Leicester 5-1 during 1986-87, which was our last Championship-winning season.
Probably start with the same starting 11 though from previous games. 17:00:30 Kieran, it was, I was at the match with a West Ham fan from work, wasn't his best day. Super Kev got a hat-trick. On thrashings yes they are rare for us blues. Moyes 7-1 v Fulham, Yakubu hat-trick and didn't a Marco Silva Everton beat Man Utd by 4 or 5? I'm sure we must have given someone a hiding with Lukaku. 17:35:48 Gray doesn't deserve to be dropped in my opinion, he's a more attacking threat than Gordon at the moment, and Calvert-Lewin should have buried his cross against Fulham. Tony #26, Imagine having Sheedy pulling the strings in midfield now, didn't get the chance in his prime, with Reid & Bracewell a superb combination, commanding the centre. His accuracy with a heavy wet ball back then, what would he do with the light ball now, orchestrating from the middle. 17:51:41 Kieran, correct.
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End of season game. There with the kids. Best laugh was 5 minutes from the end the West Ham fans started imagining goals and celebrating. We eventually worked out what they were on about when they were chanting "We want 4, we want 4. "Wish all games were watched in that spirit. Days of Campbell and Jeffers.
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