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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.

There are lots of links on the left that break down the information into different categories (as explained down below) so go ahead and click on one and see what you get!

The title bar above currently features Howard Kendall and Ted Sagar, two former Everton legends - one a top midfielder and the most successful manager in our history, the other one of England's best ever keepers.
Click on their photos to see brief details of their Everton careers and appearances & goals.

The title bar images will change every so often so that you'll get to see a whole host of Everton greats throughout the months and years ahead.  Images (and career summaries) of previous weeks' legends can be seen by clicking the 'Previous Legends' link on the left, where you'll also find a link to take you to details of the less-than-legendary donkeys like Claus Thomsen who have 'starred' in the 'Apart From ...' feature!

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v Burnley                 v West Ham
on Oct 22                    on Oct 30

We Battered Man City At Their Place ...

- ... well, okay, we didn't - but it was definitely a great point for us!

- however, it's now 4 games without a win for us in all competitions
- and our recent record against Citeh is still not great

- in the Premier League we've now won 0 of our last 7 meetings, home and away, with them - W0 D3 L4
- our last Prem win against them was a 2-0 home victory in March 2013

- and in our last 6 League trips to their place we are also winless - W0 D3 L3
- our last win there came via a 2-1 victory in December 2010

- the match was the 5,300th game in our competitive history at all venues!
- and good old Maarten Stekelenburg celebrated by saving 2 penalties, of course!

- that's only the second time in our history that an Everton keeper has managed such a feat
- the other hero was Tommy Fern, whose double delight came at Sunderland on Boxing Day 1921

- incidentally, no opposition keeper has ever saved 2 Everton pens in a single match
- so Stek and Fern are alone in that achievement!

- and Everton keepers have now saved 9 Man City penalties in our history (from 25 taken)
- only against Blackburn (10) have we fared better!

- Sergio Aguero, by the way, is the 11th opponent to have taken and missed 2 penalties against us!
  (although 3 others have taken 3 and missed 2)
- Aguero's other miss was back in October 2013
- although that time his shot rebounded in after striking the post and then hitting Tim Howard on the head!

- the attendance for the match at the Etihad was 54,512
- that's the second highest League crowd ever to watch an Everton fixture with Man City
- it's only been bettered by the 55,399 that watched us beat them 2-0 at Goodison in October 1968

- Phil Jagielka's appearance against Citeh was his 330th for us in all competitions
- that puts him into 27th place alone on our All-Time Appearances chart, 1 ahead of Tony Hibbert!

- it was also Jags's 271st League game for the club
- he's 32nd alone now on our All-Time League Appearances list, 1 ahead of 1880s/90s forward Edgar Chadwick

- Phil's start at Man City was his 313th start for us in all competitions
- he's level with Johnny Morrissey in joint 28th place on our All-Time Starts chart

- Romelu Lukaku is now up to 111 Premier League appearances for us
- that's the same number that the late Gary Ablett reached
- they are both joint 38th on our All-Time Prem Appearances list

- Gerard Deulofeu is level with Peter Beagrie now on that chart in 75th place on 57 Prem games for us

- Ross Barkley, meanwhile, didn't play against Man City!
- that brings to an end his run of 55 successive appearances for us in the Premier League!
- it leaves him in 9th place on our 'Most Consecutive Games in the Prem' chart

- Kevin Mirallas came off the bench for us again against Citeh
- it was his 43rd substitute game for us in all competitions
- that puts him equal 9th on our All-Time Sub Appearances list, level with Sandy Brown and Alan Harper!

- and Gareth Barry was 35 years and 235 days old on the day of the Man City match
- he's now the 24th oldest player ever to play a League game for us (and the 25th in all competitions)

- Romelu Lukaku scored our goal against Citeh, of course - his 67th for us in all competitions
- he's now level with Bert Freeman and Andy King in joint 32nd position on our All-Time Scoring chart!

- Rom has also moved on to 49 League goals for the club
- that puts him level with Wally Fielding and Andy King in 39th place on our All-Time League Scoring chart

- Ronald Koeman's first 8 League games in charge have seen us rack up this record: W4 D3 L1 - F12 A6
- Roberto Martinez's first 8, by the way, produced this record: W4 D3 L1 - F12 A10
- spot the one significant difference!

- and so on to Burnley away in the Prem on October 22nd!

- we've never played the Clarets before on that date
- and we lost on our last Oct 22 outing - 0-5 (gulp!) at Benfica in 2009
- an inauspicious debut for Seamus Coleman!

- in fact, we've won 0 of our last 4 October 22nd games - W0 D1 L3
- our last win on that date was a 1-0 victory over Watford back in 1983

- oh, and we've played 6 away games in total in the past on October 22nd in all competitions
- and we've won 0 of them - W0 D3 L3!

- we've won all 3 of our last meetings with Burnley, home and away - all in the Premier League
- the last one was our 1-0 home win in April last year
- our last trip to Turf Moor also ended in victory - a 3-1 win in October 2014, with 2 goals from Samuel Eto'o!

- our last defeat to Burnley was at their place, 0-1 in August 2009
- but that's our only Premier League defeat to them in 4 previous Prem meetings - W3 D0 L1
- that makes them, on a points per game basis, our 3rd favourite Prem opponents!

- if he plays against Burnley, it will be Phil Jagielka's 331st appearance for us in all competitions
- that would put him joint 26th with 1900s full-back William Balmer on our All-Time Appearances chart

- Ross Barkley meanwhile, if he plays, will be making his 150th appearance for us in all competitions

- if he plays, it will also be Jags's 272nd League game for the club
- he'd be joint 31st with 1930s left-half Jock Thomson on our All-Time League Appearances list

- if Romelu Lukaku plays against Burnley (he will, won't he?!) it will be his 112th Prem appearance for us
- that will put him level with Paul Rideout in 37th place on our All-Time Premier League Appearances chart
- so far Rom's stats for us are 103+8 games and 49 goals, whereas Paul's were 86+26 games and 29 goals
- different types of forwards, different eras .....

- if Phil Jagielka starts against Burnley it will be his 314th start for us in all competitions
- he'd be level with David Unsowrth and Sandy Young in joint 26th place on our All-Time Starts chart

- Seamus Coleman, by the way, will be making his 200th start for us in all comps if he begins the game!
- it would also be Seamus's 166th Prem start for us, the same number that Mikel Arteta managed
- they'd be level in joint 15th place on our All-Time Prem Starts list

- Kevin Mirallas came off the bench for us in our last 2 games against Crystal Palace and Man City
- if he does so again at Burnley it will be his 44th substitute appearance for us in all competitions
- that would put him 9th alone on our All-Time Sub Appearances list, 1 ahead of Sandy Brown & Alan Harper!

- if Romelu Lukaku scores against Burnley it will be his 68th for us in all competitions
- he'd move level with Tim Cahill in joint 31st position on our All-Time Scoring chart!

- Rom would also move on to 50 (yes, 50!) League goals for the club if he does score!
- that would put him level with 1920's forward Wilf Chadwick in 38th place on our All-Time League Scoring chart

- a goal for Kevin Mirallas, meanwhile, would be his 27th for the club in the Premier League
- Kev would then be joint 9th - with Mikel Arteta and Louis Saha - on our Prem Scoring list

- Mike Jones will be refereeing the game at Burnley
- we've lost 0 of our last 14 games, home and away, with him in the middle - W5 D9 L0!
- away from home we've lost 0 of his last 6 appointments - W1 D5 L0

- Jones has awarded just 2 penalties in 19 previous Everton games - and both of them were to us!
- the last one, coincidentally, was against Burnley in our 1-0 win in April 2015
- unfortunately Ross Barkley's spot-kick was saved by Tom Heaton!

- Jones has also sent-off 2 players in Everton fixtures in the past, 1 for each side
- the last one was James McCarthy in our 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace last April
- the other one was, again coincidentally, Burnley's Ashley Barnes in that April 2015 game mentioned above

- Barnes is one of only 2 players sent-off in previous Everton/Burnley games - both of them Burnley players
- the other one was Stephen Jordan at Goodison in our 2-0 win in December 2009

- if Mike Jones awards a penalty this time around it would be our 200th away from home in all competitions!
- currently we've scored 139 and missed 60 (although we scored 5 rebounds!)

- however, we've missed each of our last 3 penalties against Burnley!
- Ross Barkley was the most recent as mentioned above
- and also Louis Saha at Turf Moor in August 2009 and Mike Bernard at Turf Moor in March 1974

- a penalty miss this time round (for either team) would be the 150th miss in all of our away League games
- it would also be (if Burnley miss it) the 100th missed penalty by opposing teams in our away League games

- 3 goals for us at Burnley (!) would take us to 500 away from home in our Premier League history

- and finally, we haven't yet been ahead at half-time in an away game this season!
- in fact, we haven't been ahead in any of our last 10 away games overall
- and it's 11 if you include last season's FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley

- let's change all of that at Turf Moor!

- COYB!!

- new recruit Ashley Williiams is our latest Number 5
- 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

Ross Barkley
needs 1 more appearances to reach 150 for us in all competitions - so far he's made 116 starts + 33 as a sub
Seamus Coleman
needs 1 more start to reach 200 for us in all competitions - he's currently on 199
Aaron Lennon
needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in all competitions - so far he's made 37 starts + 11 as a sub
Muhamed Besic
also needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in all competitions - he's made 31 starts + 17 as a sub so far

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