Goodwillie grabs point for Blackburn Rovers

Everton 1 Blackburn 1

Younes Kaboul and Tim Cahill go head to head last night

Redknapp puts heat on City

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Everton 0

Everton’s Leon Osman (front) and David Vaughan keep their eye on the ball

O'Neill pays penalty for Webb howler

Sunderland 1 Everton 1

Leon Osman and Tony Hibbert celebrate Everton's winner last night

Moyes calls on Drenthe to keep high standards

Everton 1 Swansea City 0

Leighton Baines seals the points for Everton with a late penalty

Baines gives Goodison rare feeling of joy

Everton 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1: Disputed penalty brings light relief to an Everton team beset by poor home form and fans' unrest

Leighton Baines ruled out of Wales clash at Wembley

Leighton Baines has become the latest member of Fabio Capello's England squad to withdraw from tomorrow night's Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales at Wembley.

Everton must sell Jagielka, bank tells club

Kenwright admits Goodison outfit are under pressure to also sell Baines, Fellaini and Howard to reduce debts

Chelsea poised to enter race for Nasri signature

Chelsea are monitoring the situation concerning Arsenal's disenchanted midfielder Samir Nasri, and may compete with Manchester United for his signature should their move for Tottenham Hotspur's Luka Modric fall flat.

England v Switzerland: Man for man marking

Geoff Brown assesses how Capello's men performed against the Swiss at Wembley

Defensive gaffes leave England needing a favour

England 2 Switzerland 2: Bent's miss adds to woe as automatic qualification hopes for Euro 2012 take a hit

Young steps off bench to deliver cutting edge

After half-time boos Capello reverses mysterious decision to omit Villa man

Woeful England scrape draw against Swiss

England 2 Switzerland 2

West Brom win against 10-man Everton

West Brom 1 Everton 0

Manchester City ambitions frustrated by Everton

Everton 2 Manchester City 1
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Hard to swallow

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