Neville right back in the groove as he chases final chance

Everton 2 Bolton Wanderers 0

Gardner digs deep as Toffees lose their bite

Birmingham City 2 Everton 2

Neville tips Baines for World Cup

Former England international Phil Neville is backing Everton team-mate Leighton Baines to secure a World Cup place in Fabio Capello's squad.

Moyes prepared to use Jagielka

Everton manager David Moyes will monitor Phil Jagielka's fitness in the hours leading up to the Europa League match against Sporting Lisbon tonight.

Bright young things leave Rooney gloomy

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Distin sees red as Toffees fail to land knockout punch

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Chelsea fail to counter Saha’s strength as striker runs riot

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Rosicky snatches crucial point for Arsenal

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Moyes seeks out positives as Everton limp through

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Cahill calls time on upset as classy Carlisle cry foul

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Ferguson defends youth project

At the outset of the week in which the youth ranks of the Premier League elite are again put to the test in the Carling Cup quarter-finals, Sir Alex Ferguson has launched an impassioned defence of his prodigies and warned those who have written them off that they have repeated the same error Alan Hansen made 14 years ago.

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