2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
11-7-13, 9th in English Premier League
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4hPeter O'Rourke

Everton monitoring United's Shaw - sources

Shaw's future at Old Trafford is in doubt again after manager Jose Mourinho publicly criticised him following the FA Cup win over Brighton.

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3dPA Sport

Giggs backs 'brilliant' Williams amid struggles

Ryan Giggs has backed "brilliant" Ashley Williams to bounce back from a difficult season at Everton after retaining the defender as his Wales captain.

Premier League: Salah inspires ruthless Liverpool, Toffees turnaround (1:34)
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4dPA Sport

Tosun's double deepens Stoke's drop fears

Stoke City's relegation fears deepened as Charlie Adam was sent off in a 2-1 victory for Everton in which Cenk Tosun scored twice.

Stoke 1-2 Everton: Tosun double punishes Stoke (2:11)
Tosun's second restores Everton's lead (1:13)
Chuopo-Moting taps in Stoke's equalizer (1:03)
Everton's Tosun scores in third consecutive match (1:48)
Stoke's Adam sent off for tackle on Rooney (1:20)
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5dLuke O'Farrell

Everton should experiment without Sigurdsson

Gylfi Sigurdsson's injury is a shame given his recent form for Everton but it also offers a nice environment for fringe players to get a chance.

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6dPA Sport

Allardyce annoyed by Sigurdsson statement

On Wednesday, the club suggested in a statement that the Iceland international midfielder's knee injury would sideline him for six to eight weeks.

Transfer Rater: Bellerin, Vardy, Donnarumma & more (2:54)
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9dPA Sport

Sigurdsson could miss several weeks - club

Gylfi Sigurdsson will see a specialist and undergo additional exams after he injured his right knee in Everton's 2-0 win against Brighton on Saturday.

Everton 2-0 Brighton: Tosun's first Goodison goal (2:57)
Brighton's Knockaert shown red for challenge on Baines (1:08)
Tosun doubles Everton's advantage (0:57)
Everton take the lead through Bong own goal (1:02)
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Everton's Coleman to make Ireland return

Seamus Coleman is back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time since fracturing his leg in March 2017.

2017-18 Prem Table

Manchester City302631+6581
Manchester United302055+3565
Tottenham Hotspur301875+3461
Leicester City30101010+240
AFC Bournemouth319913-1236
Brighton & Hove Albion3081012-1234
Newcastle United308814-1032
Swansea City308715-1731
Huddersfield Town318716-2731
Crystal Palace317915-1830
West Ham United307914-2130
Stoke City316916-2927
West Bromwich Albion3131117-2520

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1312th
Goals Scored37Tied-9th
Goals Conceded5016th