Everton v Sheffield United: match preview

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Carlo Ancelotti insists Everton will fight until the final day to secure
European qualification, and believes three more wins could yet clinch it,
but a major improvement at Goodison Park is required to achieve that aim.
His team have the worst home record of the top 14 clubs in the Premier
League and, as another sterile display on Thursday at Aston Villa
underlined, their lack of creativity without James Rodríguez is glaring.
The Colombia international has a chance of featuring against the league’s
bottom club, who have won only once on the road this season. Andy Hunter

Sunday 7pm BT Sport 1

Venue Goodison Park

Last season Everton 0 Sheffield United 2

Referee Jon Moss

This season G23 Y61 R3 2.78 cards/game

Odds H 1-2 A 8-1 D 4-1


Subs from Olsen, Virgínia, Mina, Holgate, Nkounkou, Iwobi, Davies,
Delph, Bernard, King, Broadhead, John.

Doubtful Rodríguez (calf), Mina (adductor)

Injured Gbamin (knee, Aug)

Suspended None

Discipline Y55 R2


Leading scorer Calvert-Lewin 16


Subs from Foderingham, Berge, Bogle, Maguire, Mousset, Ndiaye, Lowe, Jagielka, Ampadu, Lundstram, Jebbison, Robinson,

Doubtful Ampadu (groin)

Injured McBurnie (foot, unknown), O’Connell (knee, unknown), Sharp (thigh, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y65 R3


Leading scorer McGoldrick 7

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