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Everton - Swansea City
Premier League - 19 November 2016
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FULL-TIME! Jeers from the home supporters as Martin Atkinson blows the full-time whistle. Seamus Coleman's late equaliser saves Everton after Gylfi Sigurdsson had given Swansea a first-half lead.
It's all Everton but try as they might, they can't force the winner. Moments left to play...
FOUR minutes of added on time to play...
- GoalSeamus ColemanEverton
GOAL! Coleman levels the scores for Everton and Swansea hearts are broken! Bolasie sends the ball in, Amat's clearance is poor and Coleman leaps highest to head in the loose ball.
- OffJay FultonSwansea City
- OnSung-Yueng KiSwansea City
SWANSEA SUB: Ki comes on for Fulton and the visitors are only three minutes now from recording an upset at Goodison Park.
More frustration for Everton as Deulofeu breaks into the penalty area but a low pass across the face of goal is collected by Fabianski who will take his time releasing the ball.
Still no way through for Everton. Swansea are defending for their lives...
- OffPhil JagielkaEverton
- OnEnner ValenciaEverton
Final change for Everton: Jagielka off, Valencia on...
We're into the final 10 minutes - can Everton somehow find an equaliser? Swansea are so close to claiming their first victory since mid-August...
- OffModou BarrowSwansea City
- OnNathan DyerSwansea City
SWANSEA SUB: Bob Bradley makes his first substitute of the match, Dyer replacing Barrow.
You won't believe this, but the delivery is gathered by Fabianski. How difficult is it to take a corner? The fans are furious and Ronald Koeman must be close to going out of his mind.
Everton win a corner which is sent out of play by Taylor, forcing yet another corner.
Deulofeu collects the ball on the edge of the area and tries a pop at goal... but it goes wide. It was a rushed effort and very disappointing.
- Yellow cardRoss BarkleyEverton
Barkley is booked for dissent as a decision goes against him after he appeared to foul Sigurdsson.
As it stands, Swansea would move out of the relegation zone. A vital 15 minutes coming up for Bob Bradley who is yet to win a match with the Swans.
Lukaku is caught in an offside position and he's not one bit happy with the decision. In truth, it was lazy from the Belgian striker who has been poor today.
- OffJames McCarthyEverton
- OnKevin MirallasEverton
EVERTON SUB! Mirallas replaces McCarthy who has done OK today considering he is just coming back from injury.
The hosts have a corner which Deulofeu will take... but AGAIN, it's really poor and fails to beat the first defender at the near post.
Maybe he'll be happier with the second change Koeman is preparing. Kevin Mirallas is about to come on...
Some Everton fans aren't happy with that change...
- OffAaron LennonEverton
- OnGerard DeulofeuEverton
EVERTON SUB! It's a change in midfield as Deulofeu comes on to replace Lennon.
CLOSE! A great delivery from Sigurdsson across the face of goal, it only needs a touch but none of his team mates are able to get a foot on the ball.
- Yellow cardLeighton BainesEverton
Baines' afternoon goes from bad to worse as he is booked for a foul on Barrow.
McCarthy slips, gifting Swansea possession and they're now in a three-on-three situation but Cork is unable to find a team mate and is challenged by Jagielka.
Better from Everton in the second period but with an hour gone, they still trail by a goal to nil.
It's Baines to take... but the full-back smashes the ball into the wall. Oh, so frustrating for the Toffees.
Lukaku is bundled over on the edge of the penalty area and now Everton have a wonderful opportunity to level the scores...
Fabianski is alert to collect a cross from Lennon which is aimed for Lukaku. Moments later Bolasie overhits a cross. How poor have Everton been from wide areas today?
It's delivered towards the near post where Swansea can clear. Bolasie regains possession but his cross is poor and rolls out for a goal-kick.
It's all Everton at the moment. Barkley forces another corner. Baines will take once again.
Everton win a number of corners and not one is particularly dangerous. It's been an afternoon to forget thus far but the Blues still have plenty of time to turn this one around.
Great build up play from Everton as they stretch the visitors' defence but only win a corner for their efforts. Baines to take, a much better delivery needed this time...
Coleman picks out Bolasie whose header is straight into the arms of Fabianski. Better from Everton but still no breakthrough for the hosts.
Barkley's corner is desperately poor and Everton's set-pieces haven't been good enough today. Ronald Koeman looks on from the touchlines rather furiously.
Everton win an early corner, much to the excitement of the home supporters who are hoping for much better in the second half.
- 2nd Half
Right, we're underway in the second period. Everton will need to improve if they're to avoid defeat at home to struggling Swansea and an early goal would settle the nerves at Goodison Park.
- End of 1st Half
Boos greet the referee's half-time whistle. Everton have been poor but Swansea are on cloud-nine and lead at the break, Sigurdsson's penalty the difference.
Two minutes of added time to be played at the end of the first-half.
Bolasie really should have levelled the scores there. Everton have missed three great chances now and Ronald Koeman is bound to be fuming.
SAVE! Bolasie is played through on goal after meeting a through pass from Lukaku but Fabianski is quick off his line to make the save. Everton have a corner.
- Yellow cardKyle NaughtonSwansea City
Naughton goes into the book for a late tackle on Baines and Everton have a free-kick in a wide area... The defenders make their way forward for this one.
- Goal by penaltyGylfi SigurdssonSwansea City
GOAL! Swansea take the lead through Sigurdsson's penalty. The forward sends Stekelenburg the wrong way and the visitors, who haven't won since the middle of August, have the lead.
- Yellow cardPhil JagielkaEverton
Jagielka clips the heels of Sigurdsson who was through on goal. The correct decision.
PENALTY TO SWANSEA!
Barkley takes the free-kick, it's straight at Fabianski, who fumbles the ball but gathers on the second attempt.
- Yellow cardModou BarrowSwansea City
The home side have a free-kick in a central position, around 20 yards out, after Barrow commits a foul which earns him a yellow card...
Another Everton attack collapses as the home fans continue to express their frustration. The Blues have been poor thus far, it has to be said.
Baines acknowledges the home supporters as Everton win a corner which the full-back will take. Again, it's a poor set-piece and Fabianski catches once more.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, Leicester have pulled a goal back at Watford and it's now 2-1 to the hosts. Bournemouth have scored at Stoke where they lead 1-0.
Ronald Koeman will be frustrated but at least Everton are beginning to create chances now and should probably lead by two goals, despite not playing very well.
The England international should really be scoring in such a situation.
CHANCE! Everton squander another great opportunity. This time Barkley is the guilty party. He does everything right in the build up, turning quickly in the area but then firing well wide from the penalty spot.
Now Barrow has to leave the field after colliding with Williams. He will be OK to continue though. He's been Swansea's best player thus far.
It was a bad miss from Lukaku but having scored seven goals in nine games, I think the Everton fans can forgive him on this occasion.
MISS! Lovely football from Bolasie as he plays a one-two with Barkley before picking out Lukaku at the back post who puts the ball over from a yard out. What an opportunity.
Bolasie collects the ball in a wide position but his delivery aimed towards Lukaku in the penalty area fails to beat the first man.
The lively Barrow finds Sigurdsson with a lovely chipped pass but the ball escapes the Icelandic international and Stekelenburg can collect. This is a good spell for Swansea.
CLOSE! Sigurdsson steps up to take the free-kick... it takes a deflection and is goal-bound but a fantastic stop from Stekelenburg saves the hosts! A fantastic piece of goalkeeping.
Williams has hurt himself in that challenge and will have to leave the field for some treatment...
Now Everton lose the ball, and the visitors break through Barrow who has bundles of speed and he's eventually brought down by Williams. Swansea have a free-kick in a dangerous area...
Not too much happening at the moment. Everton are holding onto the ball in midfield but aren't really doing anything with it.
Groans from the home supporters now as Barkley sends a corner delivery straight into the arms of Fabianski.
The Everton fans haven't been served up quite as much excitement as the Watford supporters have thus far. In fact, the visitors are on top at the moment here, though a first-time effort from Fer on the edge of the penalty area just now was never going in.
Elsewhere in the Premier League, Watford are already leading 2-0 at home to Leicester.
Baines, returning for his first appearance since September, picks out Lukaku with a direct ball but the front man can't keep possession and Swansea can break.
The visitors are beginning to settle down a little bit now, keeping possession and frustrating the home crowd.
The corner is sent into the penalty area but the defenders do well to make the clearance.
Williams, playing against his former club, rather comically kicks the ball against his own face and concedes the corner.
SAVE! The hosts have the first opportunity of the game and it's that man Lukaku who comes close to opening the scores. Barkley finds him with a neat pass and the Belgian international only has one thing in mind but Fabianski does well to make the stop.
Everton are finding space on the wings with full-back Coleman and Bolasie seeing plenty of the ball in the opening stages.
- 1st Half
KICK-OFF! Martin Atkinson gets us underway.
FIVE MINUTES UNTIL KICK-OFF! The atmosphere is building at Goodison Park where Everton are unbeaten in eight games, winning five of them. Meanwhile, Swansea will be hoping to silence the home crowd on their way to recording their first victory in 10 matches.
Everton can move into the top six with a victory this afternoon, but it's not going to be straight forward. The Blues haven't won any of their last four Premier League games against Swansea, drawing three and losing the most recent meeting 2-1 at Goodison Park in January.
There's also the small matter that Swansea are fighting for dear life at the bottom of the league.
Are Swansea in a crisis? According to South Korea midfielder Ki Sung-yeung, they are. However, Bob Bradley is in disagreement with his player.
"It is 11 games, for me four," he said.
"We certainly understand we are in an important stretch, we need results and a confidence boost. So we are not glossing over anything, that is for sure.
"But I would not say crisis. I just think we have to be strong, we have to understand that it's not just about one part of football.
"I've used the word 'intensity', and I still look at us at times and feel like we can be in a good position."
As you'd expect, Koeman wants his players to show their quality in front of their home fans this afternoon, but he isn't underestimating 19th placed Swansea.
“It is good to be back at Goodison because you need to feel strong at home," he told the official Everton website.
“You have the support of the fans. Sometimes you need to win that support with how you play and how you press. I expect a good reaction after the Chelsea game.
“Swansea are a good team. They like to play football, to play out from the back and I understand that it is difficult when you change managers.
"It can be difficult for the players, with new ideas and new ways of playing a system. The new manager needs time.”
The Toffees made a fantastic start to the campaign but have suffered a couple of poor results recently, including that 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Chelsea. However, they have a great opportunity to put that dismal performance behind them with a home win this afternoon, a result which would inflict more misery on struggling Swansea.
Meanwhile, Bob Bradley has made no fewer than EIGHT changes to the Swansea side that suffered a home defeat to Manchester United last time out.
There are four changes in defence, Federico Fernandez and Jordi Amat return to the centre, while Wales international Neil Taylor and Kyle Naughton are named as full-backs.
In midfield, Jack Cork captains the side in the absence of Leon Britton - who misses out with a calf injury - while top scorer Leroy Fer is also back
The other change in midfield sees Jay Fulton make his second Premier League appearance of the campaign and his first since the home clash with Liverpool at the beginning of October.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman makes four changes to the side that were thrashed 5-0 by Chelsea two weeks ago. Leighton Baines and James McCarthy return to the side while Aaron Lennon and Idrissa Gana Gueye also start.
EVERTON: Stekelenburg, Baines, Williams, Jagielka (c), Coleman, McCarthy, Gana, Bolasie, Lennon, Barkley, Lukaku. Subs: Joel, Deulofeu, Mirallas, Cleverley, Valencia, Funes Mori, Holgate.
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