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Gerard Deulofeu restarts play with the free kick.
The referee ends the match.
Mike Williamson gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Romelu Lukaku.
Clearance by Mathieu Debuchy.
Clearance by James McCarthy.
Tim Howard takes the free kick.
Phil Jagielka makes a clearance.
John Stones comes on in place of Leon Osman.
Loic Remy slots the ball right footed into the goal. Everton 3-2 Newcastle.The assist for the goal came from Mathieu Debuchy.
Yohan Cabaye delivers the ball.
Ross Barkley goes off and Steven Naismith comes on.
Centre by Loic Remy.
Mathieu Debuchy manages to make a clearance.
Direct strike on goal from the free kick comes in from Yohan Cabaye. James McCarthy gets a block in.
Yohan Cabaye takes the chance to get an effort at goal.
Tim Howard makes a clearance.
Leighton Baines takes a shot and went wide right of the target.
Shot by Cheick Tiote. Tim Howard makes a block.
Tim Krul takes the free kick.
Gareth Barry gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Cheick Tiote.
Strike on goal comes in from Leighton Baines from the free kick and goes over the bar.
Seamus Coleman fouled by Cheick Tiote, the ref awards a free kick.
Tim Howard restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Mathieu Debuchy on Leighton Baines.
Gerard Deulofeu on for Kevin Mirallas.
The official flags Loic Remy offside.
Free kick taken by Phil Jagielka.
Foul by Yoan Gouffran on Seamus Coleman, free kick awarded.
Fabricio Coloccini concedes a free kick for a foul on Ross Barkley.
Papiss Cisse joins the action as a substitute, replacing Vurnon Anita.
Shot by Loic Remy went wide of the left-hand upright.
Romelu Lukaku takes a shot and went wide left of the target.
Mathieu Debuchy concedes a free kick for a foul on Leon Osman.
Romelu Lukaku takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Tim Krul makes a block.
The ball is swung over by Seamus Coleman.
Romelu Lukaku has an effort at goal. Fabricio Coloccini gets a block in.
Clearance by Leighton Baines.
The ball is sent over by Romelu Lukaku.
Free kick taken by Leighton Baines.
Mathieu Debuchy sends in a cross.
Vurnon Anita takes a shot. Tim Howard parries the ball away.
Cheick Tiote shown a yellow card.
Leon Osman has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the target.
Moussa Sissoko concedes a free kick for a foul on Sylvain Distin.
Shot by Ross Barkley. Tim Krul parries the ball away.
Yohan Cabaye scores a right footed goal. Everton 3-1 Newcastle.Assist by Yoan Gouffran.
The referee blows the whistle to start the second half.
The referee blows for half time.
Hatem Ben Arfa takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Tim Howard parries the ball away.
Mathieu Debuchy crosses the ball.
Leon Osman takes a weak shot and went wide of the right hand post.
The referee penalises Romelu Lukaku for handball.
Cheick Tiote gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ross Barkley.
Seamus Coleman makes a clearance.
Yoan Gouffran takes a shot and hits the post.
Davide Santon has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the target.
Davide Santon shoots direct from the free kick. James McCarthy gets a block in.
Mike Williamson comes on in place of Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.
Yohan Cabaye on for Hatem Ben Arfa.
Kevin Mirallas receives a yellow card.
Foul by Kevin Mirallas on Vurnon Anita, free kick awarded.
Seamus Coleman crosses the ball.
The ball is crossed by Davide Santon.
Sylvain Distin manages to make a clearance.
Tim Krul restarts play with the free kick.
The official flags Romelu Lukaku offside.
Moussa Sissoko takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Tim Howard blocks the ball.
Centre by Hatem Ben Arfa.
Davide Santon produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick. James McCarthy gets a block in.
Gareth Barry concedes a free kick for a foul on Cheick Tiote.
Romelu Lukaku grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Everton 3-0 Newcastle.The assist for the goal came from Tim Howard.
A cross is delivered by Vurnon Anita.
Clearance made by Sylvain Distin.
Mathieu Debuchy is ruled offside.
Free kick crossed by Leighton Baines.
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Leighton Baines.
Davide Santon delivers the ball.
The ball is delivered by Mathieu Debuchy.
Sylvain Distin makes a clearance.
Ross Barkley grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Everton 2-0 Newcastle.Romelu Lukaku provided the assist for the goal.
Corner taken by Kevin Mirallas.
Clearance made by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.
Cheick Tiote restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by James McCarthy on Loic Remy, free kick awarded.
The ball is swung over by Leon Osman.
James McCarthy takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Tim Krul parries the ball away.
Sylvain Distin takes the free kick.
Leighton Baines receives a yellow card.
Loic Remy is flagged offside by the assistant referee.
Cheick Tiote concedes a free kick for a foul on Ross Barkley.
Mathieu Debuchy delivers the ball.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Ross Barkley by Moussa Sissoko.
Corner taken by Hatem Ben Arfa from the left by-line.
Ross Barkley challenges Vurnon Anita unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Ross Barkley takes a fantastic shot and went wide of the right hand upright.
Romelu Lukaku grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Everton 1-0 Newcastle.Kevin Mirallas provided the assist for the goal.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Seamus Coleman by Hatem Ben Arfa.
The referee gets the game underway.
Barry set to enter 500 club
Roberto Martinez has paid tribute to Gareth Barry on the eve of a game which is likely to see the Everton midfielder join the elite band of players to have made 500 Barclays Premier League appearances.
Should, as expected, Barry feature for the Toffees against Newcastle on Monday night he would become just the 10th player since the Premier League's inception in 1992 to have played in 500 games, putting him in the company of the likes of Ryan Giggs, Frank Lampard and former Everton utility man Phil Neville.
The 32-year-old burst on to the scene with Aston Villa in 1997 and was a part of Manchester City's title-winning squad in 2012 prior to his summer loan move to Goodison Park.
His departure came as a shock to some in the City camp, according to Everton full-back Leighton Baines, and Martinez sees no indication Barry's talent will wane.
"I don't think there are many more significant records than that," the Everton boss said of Barry's potential landmark on Monday.
"I think it represents his professionalism, the way he looks after himself, the way he sees the game and the experience that he brings into any side.
"And you can add the 50 appearances he's had for England, so far. He's in such a great moment in his career."
While one of Martinez's recruits prepares for game number 500, another, defender Antolin Alcaraz, is still waiting for his Toffees debut.
The Paraguayan followed his manager's path from Wigan to Goodison Park this summer but is yet to pull on the Everton shirt due to a succession of injuries.
Martinez revealed the latest problem is a groin injury which is likely to see Alcaraz sidelined for another month yet.
"Nothing is more frustrating than injuries," the Spaniard added. "As a player you can cope with any sort of disappointment. If you're not in the team, if you're not performing well, there's always that opportunity to go out and train next morning.
"When you're out of that day-to-day work in the dressing room you just don't feel like a footballer. When you arrive into a new club you want to have that feeling of being able to compete and show what you can do.
"But Antolin is a fighter, he is a leader, he's been through many, many situations. We are excited to see the best of Antolin in the next four weeks and I do feel that now we are going to be able to do it."
Martinez has better news elsewhere on the injury front with both Alcaraz's former Latics team-mate Arouna Kone and Leon Osman likely to overcome the injuries which kept them out of the midweek Capital One Cup loss to Fulham.
Central midfielder Darron Gibson has shown no reaction after returning from a knee injury and South African Steven Pienaar has an outside shot of recovering from his hamstring problem.
Those returns would give Martinez welcome selection dilemmas.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has tipped Everton to be this season's Premier League surprise package.
The 52-year-old takes his side to Goodison Park on Monday evening hoping they can bounce back from a wasteful 3-2 home defeat by Hull last weekend in which they took the lead twice but could not retain it.
However, he knows that could be intensely difficult against a side which is yet to lose in the league this season.
The Toffees are under new management following David Moyes' departure for Manchester United, and Marouane Fellaini's decision to join the Scot at Old Trafford robbed them of one of their most influential players.
Asked if new man Martinez had big shoes to fill, Pardew said: "Yes, but they have signed some good players and you would have to say that they have got what looks like a stronger squad than David had last year.
"Certainly the chairman there has done his bit, and they could be the surprise package of the season."
The Spaniard is busily stamping his own mark on the players he inherited from Moyes having added summer signings James McCarthy, Barry and Romelu Lukaku to the mix, and the early signs have been promising.
Everton have beaten Chelsea and West Ham and drawn with Norwich, West Brom and Cardiff, and although they slipped out of the Capital One Cup at the hands of Fulham on Tuesday, they went into the weekend sitting in sixth place in the Premier League.
Pardew has been impressed by what Martinez has done so far, and expects a slightly different approach to the one adopted by Moyes' teams over the years.
However, he is confident the Magpies will be able to cope with that having returned to winning ways with a 2-0 League Cup victory over Leeds in midweek.
He said: "Their retention of the ball will probably be greater under Roberto. But what we have shown is that we have got a real offensive look about us. But we have got to make sure we are tight enough to cope with that.
"We weren't against Hull, but in the last three or four games other than that game, we have been and that's important.
"If we are going to have a more offensive look, then we have got to make sure the back door is shut.
"It was on Wednesday night. We got a clean sheet again and that was a good thing."
Pardew made six changes for the Leeds game as he rested some of his key men and handed chances to youngsters Paul Dummett and Sammy Ameobi.
But his big guns are likely to return at Everton with Yohan Cabaye, Hatem Ben Arfa and Loic Remy, who scored both the Magpies goals against Hull, certain to be restored to the starting line-up.
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