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Moyes needs a fit Cahill to shore up midfield

The Everton manager, David Moyes, will keep an eye on Tim Cahill's fitness ahead of Saturday's Premier League match against Manchester United. The influential midfielder was forced to come off with a calf problem in the 2-1 victory against Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday night in the Europa League round of 32 first-leg match.

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

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Stunning Saha double sinks Chelsea

Everton 2 Chelsea 1

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is hoping the Merseyside derby win over Everton will get his side back on track for a top-four finish in the Barclays Premier League.

Ten man Liverpool win fiery merseyside derby

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Everton fear top scorer Saha will be on the move

David Moyes, the Everton manager, has accepted that there is a risk of losing his striker Louis Saha, whose continued struggle with fitness has seen him back on the bench.

Bilyaletdinov winner revives Moyes' spirits

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Everton qualify for Europa knockout stage

AEK Athens 0 Everton 1

Europa League: Kenwright backs Moyes as vital to club

As the longest-serving Everton manager since Harry Catterick and the most successful since Howard Kendall's first spell at Goodison Park ended in 1987, David Moyes probably did not need a vote of confidence from his chairman – even with his side three points off a relegation place in the Premier League.

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Distin backs injury-hit Everton to struggle on

Make do and mend is our only option, says defender of Toffees' depleted squad

Slick Benfica show up Everton failings

Everton 0 Benfica 2

Carew quick on the draw as referee comes under fire

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