Sport Patrice Evra, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic of Manchester United pose with the Carling Cup trophy in the dressing room after their 2006 win

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Dalglish comes home but finds the cupboard is largely bare

Liverpool 2 Everton 2

Often we fear for our heroes more than they fear for themselves

They say never go back but Graham Taylor says the fact that Dalglish is 'loved absolutely' at Anfield gives him a fighting chance

Frustrated Moyes seeks 'ugly win' against Redknapp's entertainers

David Moyes claims Everton's performances remain good despite their bad results – but would happily see the situation reversed. Moyes' inconsistent side have slipped back since an encouraging win at Manchester City on 20 December, drawing at struggling West Ham and losing to Stoke.

Mancini fears Tevez saga will ruin bid to be Christmas No 1

A year after taking charge, Italian calls for his squad to be fully focused on today's vital match against Everton

Title challenge builds up steam as Arsenal pair flair with steel

Everton 1 Arsenal 2

Yakubu back on track to give Moyes reason to hope

Everton 1 Stoke City 0

Moyes rages over Fellaini injury

If you were to conduct a poll to discover which Merseyside club the public thought was currently undergoing the biggest moment of crisis, then eight out of 10 cats would probably say Liverpool.

Fellaini out for six weeks

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a hamstring injury.

Moyes surprised by slow Everton start

Everton manager David Moyes is shocked by his side's poor start to the season but has no doubts about his players' determination to put it right.

Arteta was ready to accept Capello's England offer

Everton's Spanish player speaks of his regret that Fifa rules prevented him from switching sides

Blanc recalls Saha but says Toulalan is 'not essential'

The new France coach, Laurent Blanc, has high hopes for Everton striker Louis Saha in next month's Euro 2012 qualifiers but was yesterday forced to defend his decision to omit Jérémy Toulalan from his 21-man squad.

Hughton hopes to give his youngsters another run in cup competition

Newcastle manager Chris Hughton was relieved yesterday after seeing his side come through a tricky tie at Accrington to make it into the Carling Cup third round. League Two Stanley battled well against their Premier League opponents on Wednesday night and went in level at the break after a wonderful effort from Ray Putterill in first-half stoppage time had cancelled out Ryan Taylor's impressive opener.

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