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45+2′ – Rest. It took a big team talk from Lampard here, and probably some changes too.

45′- Two more minutes are added to this.

44′ – Handbags! Gordon came storming into the penalty area through Burn after a knockdown from DCL, the referee says there is no penalty and now every player on the pitch has something to say about it as there is screaming and pushing all over the park, Gordon and Schar are booked. Ref looked like he was losing control there. The VAR says no punishment.

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42′ – Tarky blocks a cross from Longstaff, but the referee insists it’s a corner. Man-mountain Dan Burn reaches it, but no direction on it.

40′ – Maybe three-on-three in the middle, but the Blues leave wide open spaces for Newcastle to play through.
Coleman defeated for pace, then concedes a corner. In short, two Magpies get in each other’s way and it’s out for an Everton throw-in, and the Toffees immediately return the ball. Poor this.
Now Onana finds DCL almost behind the backline but Pope is smart to collect.

37′ – Guimaraes with another shot and just wide of the far post. Gray’s poor defenses leave Myko with too much to do. The Blues look as disjointed as last season, 27% in the last ten minutes.

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35′ – Another good run from Almiron and Tarky clears a corner. Briefly, deep in the penalty area, Botman heads for goal, but Pickford clearly shoots for another corner.
Short again, this time Trippier’s ball is wild.

33′ – Newcastle come again and almost make it two. The Blues are all at sea and Bruno, completely unmarked, puts the net next to the far post.

31′ – There’s the goal, the hosts lead via Miguel Almiron. It’s a blast from the edge of the box, absolutely nothing Pickford could do about it, Newcastle 1-0.

28′ – Busy in Newcastle, the Blues almost scramble it away, but it’s all one way now.

26′ – Everton have the first corner of the evening. Gray to take, and it’s a good one for a change, DCL puts its head on it and it’s wide.

16′ – Callum Wilson shoots at goal, it is a header from distance and Pickford collects. The Toon Leger continues to boo him exuberantly every time he touches the ball.

13′ – Gordon clattered, but the referee waves the game on to the Toffees’ irritation before the hosts put the ball out of play so he can get attention.

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8′ – Josh Murphy with a shot that goes only above the bar.

7′ – Dom gets the first booking of the evening, goes to slide Bruno Guimaraes.

1′ – Gordon sets us off in a rough St. James Park!

Frank Lampard has decided to go with Dominic Calvert-Lewin from the start, with Anthony Gordon recovering after coming back from suspension. Eddie Howe has mentioned an unchanged lineup for the weekend.



Everton take on Newcastle United in a midweek game as the Premier League heats up ahead of the World Cup break and the global showcase kicks off in a month.

The Blues are reeling from their losses at home to Manchester United and then away to Tottenham, and will be challenged tonight at St James Park when they take on sixth-seeded Newcastle United, the last contenders of the top six club.

Having played just four days ago, it will be interesting to see if Frank Lampard rotates a few players to the side, especially with how lackluster the Blues looked in the second half in north London.

Contest: Premier League matchday 11

Date and start time: Wednesday, October 19 at 11:30 a.m. PT / 2:30 p.m. ET / 7:30 p.m. BST

Stadium: St James Park, Newcastle, England, United Kingdom

Capacity: 52,405

Weather: 52°F/11°C, cloudy, 4% chance of precipitation, 20 mph wind

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The Blues last took on the Magpies in a memorable encounter that helped the Toffees survive in the Premier League. With Allan controversially sent off, Everton held on to a 0–0 draw at Goodison Park. Then an anti-oil industry protester tied himself to Asmir Begovic’s post, leading to a long delay when he was freed. In the approximately ten minutes that followed, Dominic Calvert-Lewin put in a lovely pass for Alex Iwobi to score at home and the Blues to take three points.

Everton have not had much success in the Northeast in recent years, losing 3-1 in February this year, and their last win dates back to December 2019 under Carlo Ancelotti with a Calvert-Lewin brace in a 2-1 win.

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