PREMIER LEAGUE:EVERTON VS FULHAM

Scott Parker’s Fulham are not lying down in their quest for survival. Their victory at Goodison Park yesterday meant they are now 7 points from safety. A makeshift back four of Holgate and Godfrey proved weak in preventing goals from Maja in the 48th and 65th minute. With one eye on the Merseyside derby next Sunday,Ancellotti brought the changes, resting Mina and Keane probably giving a hint as to what his line up will be at Anfield. Fulham were full value for their victory. If I was a coach scoring twice from three attempts on target is a dream. Lookman and Aina unfortunate not to put the Cottagers into the lead

Fulham have played really well against the top 6 this season.Everton, without their main striker Calvert-Lewin lacked a focal point thereby restricted to attempts from outside the box. Irishman Sheamus Coleman hitting the post with such a shot. Aina was allowed to put a square ball into the box to create the goal for Fulham. Maja with a simple tap in. Reed went for goal in the 65th minute from outside the box, his shot coming off the post right in front of the alert Maja who scored another goal ,with Olsen’s goal basically empty.

EVERTON STARTING 11 4 -3 -3

  1. GK  R. Olsen
  2. DR  S. Coleman
  3. DC  B. Godfrey
  4. DC  M. Holgate
  5. DL  L. Digne
  6. MC  A. Doucouré
  7. MC  T. Davies
  8. MC  André Gomes
  9. FR  J. Rodríguez
  10. FC  G. Sigurðsson
  11. FL  Richarlison

FULHAM STARTING 11 4-4-2

  1. GK  A. Aréola
  2. DR  K. Tete
  3. DC  J. Andersen
  4. DC  T. Adarabioyo
  5. DL  O. Aina
  6. MR  R. Loftus-Cheek
  7. MC  H. Reed
  8. MC  M. Lemina
  9. ML  A. Lookman
  10. FC  J. Maja 
  11. FC  B. Reid

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