2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
9-7-11, 9th in English Premier League
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12hLuke O'Farrell

Issues away from home haunt Everton

Sam Allardyce's men are within sight of seventh in the Premier League, but miserable play away from Goodison Park has kept them mired in mediocrity.

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Fantasy Football: Popular XI (2:40)
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Premier League Predictor: Week 28 (4:15)
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2dGlenn Price

Firmino avoids punishment in Holgate case

The English FA have confirmed they won't be taking disciplinary action against Roberto Firmino in regards to allegations made by Mason Holgate.

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Gueye: New contract is good for me and Everton (1:43)
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3dPA Sport

Gueye signs new contract until 2022

Everton defensive midfielder Idrissa Gana Gueye has signed a new long-term contract which ties him to the Premier League club until June 2022.

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Transfer Rater: Chelsea-City swap deal for Aguero? (3:27)
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4dESPN staff

Mangala could miss rest of season

Manchester City defender had to come off against palace and Everton boss Sam Allardyce fears long-term absence.

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10dPeter O'Rourke

Spurs, Everton tracking Bergwijn - sources

Tottenham and Everton are among Premier League clubs tracking PSV Eindhoven star Steven Bergwijn, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

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12dLuke O'Farrell

Sigurdsson, Walcott 8/10 as Everton rebounds

The Toffees took a step toward atoning for the Arsenal debacle by topping Crystal Palace behind strong play from Gylfi Sigurdsson and Theo Walcott.

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Milivojevic's penalty gets one back for Palace (1:15)
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Davies guides home Everton's third (1:17)
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Niasse doubles Everton's advantage vs. Palace (1:05)
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Sigurdsson puts Everton on top early in the second half (0:53)
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15dLuke O'Farrell

Allardyce needs to stop negativity at Everton

Despite the grim negativity permeating from the man in the dugout, Everton are closer to seventh place and European football than the relegation zone.

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Fantasy Football: Form & Forward Planning (2:43)
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16dGlenn Price

Allardyce backs ref Moss' penalty discussion

Everton's Sam Allardyce praised referee Jon Moss for his decision to discuss the awarding of penalty with his assistant during Liverpool's draw.

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17dPA Sport

Avoiding drop Everton's priority - Walcott

Theo Walcott, who joined Everton from Arsenal last month, said avoiding relegation will be his new club's priority the rest of the season.

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18dESPN staff

Rooney: United won't catch City next year

Wayne Rooney says he doesn't foresee Manchester United catching Premier League pace-setters Manchester City next season, let alone this year.

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Premier League in 90 seconds: Kane and De Gea milestones (2:37)

2017-18 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City272331+5972
Manchester United271755+3256
Liverpool271593+3054
Chelsea271656+2653
Tottenham Hotspur271575+2852
Arsenal271368+1545
Burnley27999-336
Leicester City279810-135
Everton279711-1434
AFC Bournemouth278712-1031
Watford278613-1030
West Ham United277911-1230
Newcastle United277713-1128
Brighton & Hove Albion2761011-1428
Crystal Palace276912-1727
Swansea City277614-1727
Huddersfield Town277614-2427
Southampton2751111-1226
Stoke City276714-2625
West Bromwich Albion2731113-1920

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-14Tied-14th
Goals Scored3210th
Assists1912th
Goals Conceded46Tied-16th