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Pre-match preview: Chelsea v Everton FC, Premier League (featuring classic Pat Nevin video)

03 Dec 2010 16:51:00

Everton's last five games Nov 27: Premier League - Everton 1 West Brom 4 Nov 22: Premier League - Sunderland 2 Everton 2 Nov 14: Premier League - Everton 1 Arsenal 2 Nov 10: Premier League - Everton 1 Bolton 1 Nov 6: Premier League - Blackpool 2 Everton 2 Chelsea's last five games Nov 28: Premier League - Newcastle 1 Chelsea 1 Nov 23: Champions League - Chelsea 2 Zilina 1 Nov 20: Premier League - Birmingham 1 Chelsea 0 Nov 14: Premier League - Chelsea 0 Sunderland 3 Nov 10: Premier League - Chelsea 1 Fulham 0 Past Matches Everton's overall record against Chelsea P 159 W 49 D 49 L 61 Goals for 230 Goals against 249 Selected matches December 12 2009: Chelsea 3 Everton 3 - read match report here The home side's imperious form meant Everton were a long 16/1 shot beforehand to leave Stamford Bridge with all three points but goals from Yakubu and Louis Saha coupled with a Petr Cech own goal secured a more than creditable result in the capital for David Moyes' men. November 11 2007: Chelsea 1 Everton 1 - read match report here Everton performed resolutely against Avram Grant's revamped side but when Didier Drogba poached a goal following a Chelsea corner with only 20 minutes remaining it looked like all the Blues' hard work would come to naught. That was until Tim Cahill intervened, expertly controlling James McFadden's drive before finishing acrobatically over his head to earn the Blues a deserved point. November 26 1994: Chelsea 0 Everton 1 Everton built on the euphoria of a resounding Merseyside derby win in Joe Royle's first game only five days previously by securing their first away win of the campaign, Paul Rideout's first half goal securing what remains the Blues only Premier League win at Stamford Bridge. August 31 1984: Chelsea 0 Everton 1 The Blues had suffered a terrible start to the campaign with defeats in their opening two games to Spurs and West Brom but Kevin Richardson's goal in a Friday night televised match at Stamford Bridge finally got the ball rolling on the most successful campaign in the club's history. Video tribute to ex-Everton and Chelsea skill merchant Pat Nevin >>>>>>>>>


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