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More of the same?

Now we prepare for the game at Everton.

They often start slowly, as they did this year and will want to get their first win of the season. As we did last year, I'm sure we can go there and get something but what should the team be?

Kevin Doyle returns to fitness, and you'd expect him to come back in. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake can count himself unlucky after a good performance.

Ronald Zubar is fit again. He played a huge part in ensuring survival last year but his replacement Kevin Foley had an excellent game too.

Do we change our formation? Everton are a good side, especially at home where they beat Man Utd and Chelsea. But we did get a one all draw with 4-4-2 there.

I'd expect us to stick with 4-4-2. Mick isn't afraid to change it but after a good solid performance he will put his faith in Jones and Henry. I think we will only change one position, Doyle in for Ebanks-Blake.

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Writer: BloggerWolf Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 16 2010

Time: 12:33PM

Your Comments

I would expect an entire different Everton on saturday, we were desperately unlucky with the blunder, and had some very poor squad choices and tactics, but at home we shall be a very different team, havent lost since September.
Rob-EFC
I think he'll play Doyle front,Fletcher playing off him wide,the rest of the team the same.Seb on the bench and maybe playing some part late on.Come on me babbies.
Crete Wolf
Crete I think he will start with Fletcher off S.E.B and Doyle will come on for half hour IF fit oh and ROB-EFC , You was lucky to equalise last year , We travel very good as our away games showed last year , Cant believe Rodwell is on the bench !!!!
ODDJOB79
 

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