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Everton vs Newcastle, Premier League Gameweek 6: Open Thread

tim howard cleats 600x600 Everton vs Newcastle, Premier League Gameweek 6: Open Thread

Everton faces Newcastle United tonight at Goodison Park in a match where Roberto Martinez is hoping for another special night.

Martinez said:

“We rely on our fans and that’s why when you play at home you look forward to playing at a full capacity Goodison. As a player you really enjoy playing with that support that we get as a home team. I did feel in the second half against Chelsea it was a real advantage to play in front of your fans and we want to replicate that.”

Starting line-ups:

Everton: Howard, Baines, Distin, Jagielka (c), Coleman, Mirallas, McCarthy, Barry, Osman, Barkley, Lukaku.

Subs: Robles, Heitinga, Jelavic, Kone, Deulofeu, Naismith, Stones

Newcastle: Krul, Debuchy, Yanga-Mbiwa, Coloccini (c), Santon, Anita, Tiote, Sissoko, Gouffran, Remy, Ben Arfa

Subs: Elliot, Dummett, Williamson, Cabaye, Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Cisse

For viewers in the United States, the match kicks off at 3pm ET on NBCSN.

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation with fellow soccer fans in the comments section below.


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