Chelsea vs Everton Live Streaming Match


Chelsea vs Everton Live Streaming Match

As the club themselves admit, an Everton win at Stamford Bridge is overdue!

Everton’s longest wait for a win and whether they really are worse against the big boys than others

Everton go to Stamford Bridge today for the fixture they’ve had to wait the longest for a Premier League win.

It’s over 25 years since the Blues last picked up three points away to Chelsea – but is their record in such matches when visiting the grounds of English football’s big boys any worse than the rest of the division?

Click here for the full story to find out

Everton players look dejected(Image: Alex Livesey – Danehouse/Getty Images)

Ancelotti ‘pushing’ to get signing

Carlo Ancelotti is ‘pushing’ to sign Napoli midfielder Allan for Everton report Il Mattino – via Sport Witness.

Sport Witness say:

Il Mattino bring something new to the table today. They claim Allan and his agents will sit down with Napoli at the end of the season and decided between a renewal and a transfer.

That’s the first time a renewal has been mentioned in a while, although it’s not presented as being particularly likely.

During January and last summer, the asking price for Allan was put at €60m, sometimes even €80m, and last week it was reported to be €40m.

Il Mattino back that up and suggest it could even be lower, stating, from Napoli’s perspective, that negotiations would start at €40m.

Carlo Ancelotti with Allan during an SSC Napoli Training Session in Salzburg

Mascot on his way

Mina and Sidibe return but must prove mistakes are a thing of the past

So says the ECHO’s Everton correspondent Phil Kirkbride in today’s team selector.

He writes:

Djibril Sidibe will start in Seamus Coleman’s absence and Yerry Mina, excellent at Stamford Bridge last season, can come back in – but together they have to prove their mistakes against Arsenal are a thing of the past.

Theo Walcott celebrates his winning goal with Djibril Sidibe, Yerry Mina and Mason Holgate during the match between Watford and Everton at Vicarage Road(Image: Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images)

Barkley won’t be fazed by Blues fans taunts

Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley won’t be fazed by the taunts from travelling fans from his former club Everton today reckons Frank Lampard.

Despite being a lifelong Blue, former home-grown hero Barkley, let his contract at Goodison Park run down before joining the Londoners in a cut-price move in January 2018.

Quoted by the Daily Mail, Chelsea manager Lampard told reporters:

“I think he’ll handle it very well.

“Ross has been away from Everton for a couple of years now, and in the life that footballers live, when you face your old club you are going to get abuse.

“I’m not coming down on the fans here. There is abuse and there is typical behaviour of a fan who might give some light-hearted sort of reaction to a player who played for them. I get that.

“The rules are always same. The best answer is take as little of it (abuse) as possible and actually show what you can do on the pitch. That’s what Ross needs to do.

“I’d like to think he’s somewhere in the middle. What I do know with Ross is he’s a really good-natured lad who really wants to do well in his job. He’s very close to his family, who obviously have roots in Everton where’s he’s from. So I think he sits somewhere in the middle.

“I don’t think he’ll have a crazy reaction and revel in it because I don’t think he’s the type. But he’s determined, and will want to do well against his old team.”

Ross Barkley celebrates after scoring for Chelsea against Liverpool (Image: ( Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images))

Holgate on what makes him excited for the future

Mason Holgate – along with Dominic Calvert-Lewin – penned a new long-term contract at Everton this week and the defender has been explaining what makes him excited for the future at the Blues.

He said:

“Most of the team is of a similar age so it’s a right good changing room to be involved in.

“I have grown up with people like Dom (Dominic Calvert-Lewin) and Tom (Davies) since I came to Everton. I came when I was 18, Dom came the year after me and Davo has been here all along.

“Then even people like Michael [Keane], we have still been together a few years now.

“We are a young team but we all know each other’s games, we know each other really well on and off the pitch, coming through over these years. That’s why I am really positive about the future.

“The more that we go on and grow and learn, we’re still friends, we still know what each other is about and it’s going to be nice to go through with these kinds of people.”


Welcome Blues to our matchday live blog.

Phil Kirkbride and Adam Jones will soon be arriving at Stamford Bridge while Sean Bradbury and Chris Beesley man the fort from HQ.

Let’s get going!

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