Sport Everton striker Romelu Lukaku pictured receiving treatment during the Merseyside derby

The on-loan striker was taken off during the 4-0 drubbing being dished out by Liverpool

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers watches his side in the Merseyside derby

Transfer news: Liverpool eye 'major signing' following 4-0 victory on Everton

Brendan Rodgers hopeful of adding to his squad before Friday's deadline

Martinez is still searching for his first win

Transfer news: Roberto Martinez has no plans for January spending at Everton - reports

New boss not planning to splash the cash

Brian Oviedo slides in front on the corner flag as he celebrates his dramatic late goal

People must 'start taking us seriously' says Everton defender Seamus Coleman following victory over Manchester United

The Toffees beat the reigning champions 1-0 at Old Trafford

Gerard Deulofeu

Gerard Deulofeu eager for Premier League start at Everton after impressing during loan spell from Barcelona

The Catalan prodigy has made 10 appearances so far

Dimitar Berbatov of Fulham rises above Everton’s John Heitinga

Fulham 2 Everton 1 match report: Everton kids taught a lesson by Dimitar Berbatov and Darren Bent

The Cottagers came from behind to reach fourth round

Juan Mata has played just 65 minutes of competitive football this season but insists he is happy at Chelsea

Jose Mourinho insists Juan Mata is part of Chelsea's future - while Tottenham are 'kings' of the transfer market

The Spanish midfielder has found himself on the bench for key matches

Willian could be in action for Chelsea

Premier League: Everton v Chelsea match preview

A look ahead to the evening kick-off at Goodison Park

Darren Gibson of Everton

Everton midfielder Darron Gibson not ready for Premier League encounter against Chelsea

Gibson is yet to feature this term after suffering a knee injury in pre-season

James McCarthy

James McCarthy willing to bide time to make impact at Everton

The £13m signing from Wigan could make his debut this weekend

James McCarthy

Switch to Everton vindicates decision to reject Liverpool, says James McCarthy

The former Wigan midfielder had opportunity to join Reds as a teenager

Manuel Pellegrini wants City to play attractive football

Five issues at the top of new Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini's in-tray

1 Bring harmony from discord

Many City players were deeply dispirited at the end of a difficult few years under Roberto Mancini, finding it hard to tolerate the way the Italian criticised them publicly. City hope that an older man, with better interpersonal skills, will quickly begin recreating a team ethic. At the heart of chief executive Ferran Soriano’s philosophy is the notion of a core of players steeped in the City philosophy who will teach it to newcomers. It will be for Pellegrini to help introduce that.

Samir Nasri scores the opening goal at Wembley

Samir Nasri delighted to hit form at 'right moment' for Manchester City

Frenchman scored opener against Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final

Roberto Mancini leaves Old Trafford with a smile on his face after victory over United

Manchester United warned that Manchester City are 'not going away'

David Platt sounds warning after reigning champions won 2-1 at Old Trafford last night

DAVID DE GEA (6/10): Could not do much about either goal and was otherwise brave enough in the box under some pressure

Manchester United v Manchester City player ratings from Old Trafford

Man for man marking from the Manchester derby

Roberto Mancini leaves Old Trafford with a smile on his face after victory over United
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