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The purpose of this site is to provide a comprehensive record of the results of all competitive games played by Everton since their formation, together with details of player appearances and goals.

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- ... but a win nonetheless!

- and it was our first victory after 3 games without one
- and our first goal after 3 games without one!

- it was our 13th League victory at home this season
- that's the same as in 2013/14 and our most since 14 in 1989/90

- the win also give us our highest ever home Premier League points total!
- we managed 43 home points this season
- that overtakes the 42 we racked up in 2012/13 and 2013/14

- compare all this to last season:

- 23 home points was the lowest in the club's history (using 3 points/win)
- 30 home goals conceded was the joint most in our Premier League history
- 5 home wins and 9 defeats were both the equal 2nd worst returns in our League history

- bit different at Goodison now, isn't it?!

- Ross Barkley's winner was our 61st League goal this season
- that's our equal best (with 2013/14) since the 64 we scored in 1995/96

- the Watford game was the 98th time that Everton have played a match on a Friday
- it was the 1st time against Watford, though

- it was also only the 2nd time we've ever played on a Friday with a 7.45pm kick-off!
- the previous occasion was a 2-0 home win against Newcastle in April 1995

- and of course the Watford game was our last home League game of the season!
- from 2005 to 2013 we were unbeaten in our final home League match - W8 D1 L0
- indeed from 2007 to 2013 we won all 7 of our Goodison finales

- however, last season's 3-0 win over Norwich was our first victory since 2013
- that came after final home game defeats to Man City in 2014 and Tottenham in 2015

- the match was Ronald Koeman's 40th game in charge of Everton in all competitions
- his record for us is now W18 D10 L12 - F66 A45
- and he's moved up to 3rd place on our Managers' ranking chart

- we'd only ever played 2 other games in the past on May 12th - both at home and both ended in wins for us!
- they were against West Ham who we beat 2-0 in 2013, and Q.P.R. who lost 3-1 to us at Goodison in 1984

- and we've got a tremendous home record against Watford!
- in 110 Goodison meetings in all competitions we're unbeaten and have only failed to win once - W10 D1 L0

- on a points-per-game basis - that's our best home record against anyone!
  (anyone who's visited us 5 or more times, that is)

- Kevin Friend refereed the match against Watford
- we're unbeaten now in his last 4 Everton appointments - W3 D2 L0
- at Goodison he's reffed us 12 times in the Premier League - and we've lost just once!
- that's a W8 D3 L1 record

- we kept a clean sheet against the Hornets!
- that was our 13th in the League this season - our best since 15 in 2013/14
- and it's 4 behind our best ever in the Prem - 17 in 2008/09

- the the clean sheet also meant that we've now conceded just 2 first-half goals in our last 12 home games
- and they were both against Leicester in April!

- we now know that we are guarenteed to finish in 7th place in the League this season
- that's the 11th time we've finished there in either the Premier League or the old Division 1
- that's behind only 11th place (12 times) as our most frequent top flight finishing position

- another big crowd against Watford meant that our average home League attendance this season is 39,310
- that's our best since an average of 39,513 in 1977/78

- Leighton Baines made his 311th League appearance for us against Watford
- that puts him in 19th place alone on our All-Time League Appearances list
- he's 1 ahead of 1950s/60s winger and half-back Brian Harris

- Phil Jagielka is now joint 26th on that list with 1920s half-back Hunter Hart on 289

- goalscorer Ross Barkley made his 149th appearance for us in the Prem against the Hornets
- he's now level with Thomas Gravesen in joint 20th place on our Premier League Appearances chart
- Kevin Mirallas is up to 145 and level in joint 22nd place on that list with Kevin Campbell

- Leighton's latest start was his 295th Premier League start for us
- that's the same as Leon Osman managed
- the two of them are now joint 2nd on our Most Prem Starts chart
- Tim Howard on 354 Prem starts for the club is top of that list!

- Gareth Barry was 36 years and 79 days old on the day of the Watford game and came on as a substitute
- that means he's now on his own as the 20th oldest player to play a League game for us
- he's also be the 22nd oldest in all competitions
- Gareth has moved ahead of 1940s/50s half-back Maurice Lindley

- and Kevin Mirallas was subbed off against Watford
- that's the 18th time he's come off in the League this season - from 22 starts

- only 2 players have been subbed off more times in a single Everton League season!
- they were Marcus Bent (21) in 2004/05 and Leon Osman (19) in 2013/14
- Kev himself also reached 18 in 2013/14 and 2012/13, as did Louis Saha in 2009/10

- Ross Barkley's winner against Watford was his 21st Premier League goal for the club, by the way
- he's now in 17th place alone on our Most Prem Goals chart, 1 ahead of Andrei Kanchelskis & Steven Pienaar

- and so on to Arsenal away on May 21st for our final game of the season!

- we have a pretty good record in our last League game of the season in recent years
- in the last 11 seasons it's W9 D2 L2
- last season we beat Norwich 3-0 at Goodison with David Unsworth and Joe Royle in charge!
- our last away game on the final day gave us a 2-0 win at Hull in May 2014

- the game will be our 41st this season in all competitions
- that will be the fewest we've had in one season since 39 back in 1913/14!

- we've only ever played one previous match on May 21!
- that was a 5-1 win at home to Fulham in 1968

- we won the last time we played the Gooners - 2-1 at Goodison last December

- away from home though we have a dreadful recent record at their place!

- we've lost on all of our last 3 trips to the Emirates, two in the League and one in the FA Cup
- the last one was our 2-1 Prem defeat there in October 2015

- in our last 22 visits to Arsenal in all competitions, our record is a pitiful W0 D4 L18 - F17 A55
- 20 of those games were in the Premier League giving us a W0 D4 L16 - F15 A48 record

- our last away win against the Gunners was also our only Prem away win against them
- that was a 2-1 victory in January 1996

- it's not quite our worst away run without a win, however
- we've failed to record a victory at Chelsea in 26 trips - W0 D11 L15 in all competitions!
- in the League it's W0 D10 L12 since our last win, 1-0, at Stamford Bridge in November 1994

- overall, home & away in all competitions, they are our least favourite opponents!
  (on a points per game basis; including only teams we've played 5 or more times)

- away from home in all competitions, they are our 2nd least favourite opponents!
- only at Leeds have we fared worse!
  (on a points per game basis; including only teams we've played 4 or more times)

- just in the Premier League away from home they are also our least favourite opponents!
  (on a points per game basis)

- overall in the Premier League, home & away, they are our 2nd least favourites behind only Man Utd!
  (on a points per game basis)

- it will be our 50th Premier League meeting with Arsenal, home & away

- and we will be hoping to complete our first League double against them since 1985/86!
- horrifically, since then they have beaten us home & away in the League in 10 different seasons!

- 1 goal for us this time, by the way, would take us up to 250 against Arsenal in all comps at all venues

- if he plays at the Emirates it will be Leighton Baines's 374th appearance for us in all competitions
- that would put him joint 19th with Tommy Wright on our All-Time Appearances chart
- no other full-backs have played more games for the club!

- if Phil Jagielka plays it will be his 290th League appearance for us
- he'd move to joint 25th place on our All-Time League Appearances list
- Jags would be level with 1920s/30s full-back Warney Cresswell

- if Ross Barkley plays he'll be up to 150 Premier League games for the club
- he'd be the 20th player to reach that milestone for us

- if Romelu Lukaku plays he'll join fellow Belgian Marouane Fellaini in joint 25th place on that list on 141

- if Leighton Baines starts the game it will be his 296th Premier League start for us
- that's 1 more than Leon Osman managed and he'll be 2nd alone on our Most Prem Starts chart
- Tim Howard on 354 Prem starts for the club is top of that list!

- Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Williams & Ross Barkley have all played 38 games for us this season in all comps
- one, if not all, of them are bound to play at Arsenal
- that will mean our most played player this season will have made 39 appearances

- and that will be our joint lowest 'Most Appearances' in a season since 1997/98
- in that season John Oster was our most used player with 35 appearances in all competitions
- Kevin Campbell also played a season-high 39 games in 2002/03, as did David Weir in 2000/01

- will Romelu Lukaku remember how to score?!

- if he does it will be his 87th goal for us in all competitions
- that would move him into joint 16th place on our All-Time Scoring chart
- he'd be level with the legendary Golden Vision, Alex Young

- it would also be Rom's 68th for us in the League
- that's the same as 1940/50s inside-forward Eddie Wainwright
- they'd be equal in 20th place on our All-Time League Scoring chart

- if he does score, Romelu will be up to 26 goals for us this season in all competitions
- that would be 1 more than he managed in our last campaign
- and it would be the most since Gary Lineker's 40 in 1985/86

- whoever manages it, if we do score against Arsenal it will be our 62nd League goal this season
- that would be our best since the 64 we scored in 1995/96

- so far this season we've had 19 different scorers in all competitions
- jointly with 2011/12 that's the most we've ever had in one season!
- in the League we've had 17 different scorers - that's 1 behind the club record, also set in 2011/12
- so, one more new scorer at the Emirates - Mason Holgate perhaps?! - and the record books will be rewritten!

- if we fail to score, however, it will mean 3 away games on the run without a goal
- that hasn't happened since a run of 3 matches in January/February 2014
- we did go 3 Premier League away games without a goal in February/March 2015
- but that run was interrupted by a 4-1 win away at Young Boys of Berne in the Europa League

- no goals for us at Arsenal would also mean that we'd finish the season with 19 away League goals
- that would be our lowest (equal with 2006/07) since a paltry 12 in 2005/06

- a clean sheet, on the other hand, would be our 14th in the Premier League this season
- we've only bettered that 4 times before in the Prem
- they were in 1994/95, 1995/96, 2013/14 (all 15) and 2008/09 (17)

- and if Joel Robles keeps a clean sheet it will be his 24½th for us in all competitions
- that's the same as Paul Gerrard managed - they'd be joint 17th on our All-Time list
- click on the link to see where those halves come from!

- and if we lose at Arsenal we'd end this season with 18 away League points
- that would be our lowest total since we only managed 10 in 2003/04

- if we fail to win it will take our run of away games without a victory up to 8 matches
- that would be our worst since a run of 10 (all in the Prem) over 2 campaigns ending in Aug 2013
- the last time it happened within the same season was a run of 8 in all comps in Jan to Apr 2009

- the last time we went 8 away Prem games without a win in the same season was a long time ago!
- it was way in back in December 2003 to May 2004 in fact!

- if we manage a win, though, it will be our 350th home and away in the Premier League!

- Sky haven't decided yet whether the Arsenal game will be live on UK TV
- if it is then let's hope we improve on our recent record in live UK TV games away from Goodison!
- in our last 8 away games shown live on UK TV our record is a terrible W0 D2 L6
- our last away win was in our first live game this season - at Sunderland in September

- will there be a penalty in the Arsenal game?

- a pen for us would be our 200th away from home in our competitive history!
- so far we've scored 139 and seen 60 miss or be saved

- and if Leighton Baines scores from the spot against Arsenal it will be his 24th spot-kick success for us
- he'd then move out on his own at the top of our 'Most Penalties Scored' chart
- he's currently level on 23 (from 26 taken) with David Unsworth (also from 26) and Trevor Steven (from 29)

- a penalty for the Gunners will be the 100th for our opponents in all our Prem games, home & away!
- and if they score it, it will be the 300th netted by our opponents in our League history, home & away

- if Arsenal miss a pen it would be the 100th missed by the opposition in all of our away League games ever!
- and if either side miss one, it will be the 150th missed in total in all of our away League games

- the Arsenal match is a Sunday game with a 3.00pm kick-off

- we like 3.00pm kick-offs!
- home & away in the League, we're unbeaten in our last 11 - W8 D3 L0
- none of them were on a Sunday, though!

- however, in our last 13 Sunday 3.00pm games home & away, our record is still pretty decent
- it is: W9 D2 L2
- the last one was last season's finale - the 3-0 home win against Norwich

- including all KO times, though, we've not been too hot recently in Sunday League games away from home
- our record in the last 8 is W1 D1 L6
- the last one was our 3-2 defeat at Tottenham in March

- COYB!!

- there are some new sections (and an updated section) on the website!

- the 'Goals in Most Consecutive Matches' section has been updated!
- it now includes details of which Everton players have scored in the most successive home & away games too!

- who was the last Everton man to play 50 or more games in a season?
- who has played the most games in one season?!
- the new '50 or More Appearances in a Season' section will tell you!

- we've used 27 different players this season in all competitions and 19 of them have scored a goal
- is that a lot?! how does it compare to other seasons?
- find out in the new 'Number of Players Used and Goal Scorers - Season-by-Season' section!

- who was the last Everton player to feature in every game in a season?!
- have a look at the new Ever Presents section to find out!

- and how often have we completed League 'doubles' over our opponents in the past?
- alternatively, how often have we been on the receiving end of a double?!
- you can now find out in the new League Doubles For and Against section

- ever wondered which Everton player has been substituted the most times?!
- well, now you can find out - have a look at the new Subbed Off section for full, fascinating details!

- Ademola Lookman scored on his Everton debut earlier this season
- who else has managed that feat for the club?!
- have a look at the new Scored on Their Debut section to find out!

- and don't forget there's also a new History In Short section too!
- you can see at a glance how many times we've finished in each position in the League
- and where exactly we've been knocked out of the various cup competitions
- have a peek!

- and new recruit Ashley Williiams is our latest Number 5
- so why not have a look at all of the previous Evertonians who have played for us as a Number 5?!

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

Phil Jagielka needs 1 more appearance to reach 350 for us in all competitions - so far he's made 330 starts + 19 as a sub
Muhamed Besic
needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in all competitions - he's made 31 starts + 17 as a sub so far
Arouna Koné needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in the Premier League - so far he's made 23 starts + 25 as a sub

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