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Post  The President on Sat 21 Nov 2015, 4:59 pm

(Just in case Smile )

How many goals will we score this time.

I think Bournemouth will score

1-4 Everton (Lakaku to get the hat trick he should have got today)
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sat 21 Nov 2015, 5:03 pm

bloody hell that's fast... I may introduce a fine for unnecessary gloating Very Happy
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Post  The President on Sat 21 Nov 2015, 5:05 pm

Mori Foo Gwladys wrote:bloody hell that's fast... I may introduce a fine for unnecessary gloating Very Happy

lol!
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Post  hairy cataract on Sat 21 Nov 2015, 5:47 pm

Unchanged side, 0-3. Hat trick for Hibbo.
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Sat 21 Nov 2015, 7:40 pm

The President wrote:(Just in case Smile )

How many goals will we score this time.

I think Bournemouth will score

1-4 Everton (Lakaku to get the hat trick he should have got today)

Loving the paranoia. Very Happy

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Post  Mr_Ben on Sat 21 Nov 2015, 8:17 pm

Dan Gosling to return to haunt Everton. 1-0
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Post  Mr_Ben on Sun 22 Nov 2015, 11:25 am

Mr_Ben wrote:Dan Gosling to return to haunt Everton. 1-0

Didn't realise they were in the bottom 3.
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Re: Bournemouth v Everton

Post  RhinoJagz on Sun 22 Nov 2015, 5:02 pm

As long we don't give away anything silly at the back, I don't think anyone will stop our front four at the moment.

0-3,

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Post  Yankthattoffee on Wed 25 Nov 2015, 10:39 am

I wonder..............

"With champions Chelsea struggling at the wrong end of the table, there is a sense this is as good an opportunity as any for our teams to return to the top four.

Indeed, Everton boss Roberto Martinez admits Champions League football could be imperative to preventing his exciting young side from breaking up next summer.

But among the encouraging noises comes a note of caution.

Liverpool and Everton both stand six points adrift of the top four after 13 Premier League games.

And, since England was awarded a fourth Champions League place, no side has finished in the top four having been so far adrift at this stage of the season."
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Post  Da Judge on Wed 25 Nov 2015, 12:02 pm

Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder..............

"With champions Chelsea struggling at the wrong end of the table, there is a sense this is as good an opportunity as any for our teams to return to the top four.

Indeed, Everton boss Roberto Martinez admits Champions League football could be imperative to preventing his exciting young side from breaking up next summer.

But among the encouraging noises comes a note of caution.

Liverpool and Everton both stand six points adrift of the top four after 13 Premier League games.

And, since England was awarded a fourth Champions League place, no side has finished in the top four having been so far adrift at this stage of the season."


THen again since we have had the 4 spots, have we ever had this level of turbulence going forward. City have just about had their annual dip and collywobbles. United have yet to have theirs (and they certainly will). Arsenal are vulnerable if injuries continue to hamper. I am discounting Leicester, they do not look like being a Nottingham Forest (nor do they really resemeble the quality of EFC turnaround from early 84 through to late 85....)

So in reality we have two solids a nearly there... but scrappable...and around 4/5 teamsscrapping for 1 or 2 places....the fight has hardly started but I do not see why we should not consider ourselves prt of it....
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Re: Bournemouth v Everton

Post  Yankthattoffee on Wed 25 Nov 2015, 12:22 pm

Da Judge wrote:
Yankthattoffee wrote:I wonder..............

"With champions Chelsea struggling at the wrong end of the table, there is a sense this is as good an opportunity as any for our teams to return to the top four.

Indeed, Everton boss Roberto Martinez admits Champions League football could be imperative to preventing his exciting young side from breaking up next summer.

But among the encouraging noises comes a note of caution.

Liverpool and Everton both stand six points adrift of the top four after 13 Premier League games.

And, since England was awarded a fourth Champions League place, no side has finished in the top four having been so far adrift at this stage of the season."


THen again since we have had the 4 spots, have we ever had this level of turbulence going forward. City have just about had their annual dip and collywobbles. United have yet to have theirs (and they certainly will). Arsenal are vulnerable if injuries continue to hamper. I am discounting Leicester, they do not look like being a Nottingham Forest (nor do they really resemeble the quality of EFC turnaround from early 84 through to late 85....)

So in reality we have two solids a nearly there... but scrappable...and around 4/5 teamsscrapping for 1 or 2 places....the fight has hardly started but I do not see why we should not consider ourselves prt of it....
It's the reality check that RM hits us with
"Everton boss Roberto Martinez admits Champions League football could be imperative to preventing his exciting young side from breaking up next summer."
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Re: Bournemouth v Everton

Post  Yankthattoffee on Wed 25 Nov 2015, 8:12 pm

We seem to be coming into a good moment of form at this moment in time. Rolling Eyes

We used to be a tricky tiki-tacki with Peinaar, Ossie, Baines, but now we are much more of a power team. Big Luke, Kone, Barclay, Macca, Foofoo. I feel like we're coming into our own now. When Baines returns, we're a threat everywhere, as long as we can defend. It may be interesting when Mori comes up against a tough attack.
So when David Cameron is talking about the northern powerhouse, he ain't talking about Aston Villa or West Ham baby!!
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Re: Bournemouth v Everton

Post  sefton on Thu 26 Nov 2015, 12:22 pm

We need a good result, we are closing on the top-four,these are the games we have too take three points.

Lukaku with a brace.
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Post  Barry Horne's Equaliser on Thu 26 Nov 2015, 12:31 pm

sefton wrote:We need a good result, we are closing on the top-four,these are the games we have too take three points.

Lukaku with a brace.

Apparently the average score for 4th place is 71 points (although, the way teams are taking points off one another that may be a bit lower this season). Anyway, our next six fixtures will take us up to the halfway point in the season and we will have played everyone once.

Bournemouth v Everton
Everton v Crystal Palace
Norwich v Everton
Everton v Leicester
Newcastle v Everton
Everton v Stoke

So to be on course for 71 points, we need to be on 35 or 36 points by the end of game 19. We are currently on 20 points. What this basically means is that we can afford one slip up in the fixtures above and remain on course. They are all massively winnable games, so bring it on.

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Post  Cahill the Great on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 1:07 pm

sefton wrote:We need a good result, we are closing on the top-four,these are the games we have too take three points.

Lukaku with a brace.

Lukaku sitting 4 goals off golden boot at the moment in 2nd place to Vardy who is on 13. I think this game should be a good opportunity for him to make up the deficit a bit!
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Re: Bournemouth v Everton

Post  Da Judge on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 1:27 pm

Barry Horne's Equaliser wrote:
sefton wrote:We need a good result, we are closing on the top-four,these are the games we have too take three points.

Lukaku with a brace.

Apparently the average score for 4th place is 71 points (although, the way teams are taking points off one another that may be a bit lower this season). Anyway, our next six fixtures will take us up to the halfway point in the season and we will have played everyone once.

Bournemouth v Everton
Everton v Crystal Palace
Norwich v Everton
Everton v Leicester
Newcastle v Everton
Everton v Stoke

So to be on course for 71 points, we need to be on 35 or 36 points by the end of game 19. We are currently on 20 points. What this basically means is that we can afford one slip up in the fixtures above and remain on course. They are all massively winnable games, so bring it on.


RAWK, have this thread which always makes me smile its called the Alternative Premier League table..... and they use it and update it to show how reality can sometimes be ignored and that they are doing better than they actually are... that said there is a bit of science/statistical empiricism contained within it. Now over recent days there has been a bit of debate around how valid it is to use as a basis for predicting forwards etc...

There is a guy called Colin Trainnor who is not RAWK and he has published analysis (I think he does stuff for EPL and perhaps Opta) - that the most probable points total for 4th this season is 68. Looking at the chart (and if I reading it correctly) there is a 78% chance that the 4th position will be occupied by a team gaining somewhere between 65-71 points.

Even assuming that each third of a season is the same as the other two (it plainly isn't - just looking at our first third compared to the second confirms this error) that would imply anyone on 22-24 points now is best placed to achieve the fourth spot. That would imply a fight between Spuds/Leicester assuming that cannot sustain. We and 2/3 others are only a point outside that frame.

It would be interesting to see how coming weeks pan out. One key piece of info is that whilst us and the Shoite have had the toughest openings in terms of playing top sides.... the Shoite have played all their top matches away - whilst they have limits on capacity for ground due to the construction. Given their performances against City and Chelsea... that is perplexing...
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Post  Gravy & Chips on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 5:24 pm

0-0
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Re: Bournemouth v Everton

Post  Yankthattoffee on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 7:15 pm

Gravy & Chips wrote:0-0
boooooo
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Post  Yankthattoffee on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 8:18 pm

thought for today
The stand-in skipper, Gareth Barry, delivered a defensive midfield masterclass against Aston Villa, covering more ground than anyone else in the English top-flight last Saturday.

“Gareth has taken over the armband and has given a really calm feeling about our performances,” Martinez said. “He never panics and for our young players that’s very important.
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Post  Knight of Thorgothshire on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 8:20 pm

Yankthattoffee wrote:thought for today
The stand-in skipper, Gareth Barry, delivered a defensive midfield masterclass against Aston Villa, covering more ground than anyone else in the English top-flight last Saturday.

“Gareth has taken over the armband and has given a really calm feeling about our performances,” Martinez said. “He never panics and for our young players that’s very important.
He'll still be in the team when he's 40. Say what? He's 45 already? OK, point proven...

He has been good though for us after last season when he was a bit shite to be fair.
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Post  The President on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 11:26 pm

Everton have the best chance conversion rate in the top flight, scoring one in five of their attempts at goal.
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Fri 27 Nov 2015, 11:35 pm

The President wrote:
Everton have the best chance conversion rate in the top flight, scoring one in five of their attempts at goal.
Does that include set piece attempts at goal Wink
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Post  Made 4 Gwladys on Sat 28 Nov 2015, 2:01 pm

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Post  Doc( Ninetoes )blue on Sat 28 Nov 2015, 2:54 pm

link please Very Happy
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