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Everton FC news from Wednesday, September 20, 2017

- Chelsea v Forest, Everton v Sunderland and West Brom v Man CityLive scoreboard! Follow all the night's games around EuropeFeel free to email scott.murray@theguardian.comAnd if you like your football old-school, this may be your bag 11.15am BST It's the third round of the League Cup! (No, I can't bring myself to call it that. Rumbelows never seemed a classier brand.) And here are the remaining fixt

- Silly Season never sleeps Over at the Parisian field of dreams, Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani is finding himself at the losing end of the battle against €222m-signing Neymar over free kick and penalty taking duties, which sounds like a silly thing but is apparently a very real thing. For Cavani, it's also just the latest situation were he has to play second fiddle, or perhaps even th

- An out-of-form Everton host Championship strugglers Sunderland in the third round of the EFL Cup at Goodison Park on Wednesday night, and Toffees fans have urged manager Ronald Koeman to give forgotten striker Oumar Niasse a chance to impress.The Merseyside outfit come into the game having lost their last four matches in all competitions, scoring none and conceding 12 goals in the process, and the

- Bolasie will be just like a new signing! Despite there being no official confirmation of Yannick Bolasie's status, the player appears to be very close to making a comeback for Everton following nearly eleven months out. The forward has been up and about and is training as well, doing both physical work as well as looking very comfortable on the ball. The winger was injured in early December, suffe

- OPINION Ronald Koeman needs to pick a strong starting XI to play Sunderland in the League Cup at Goodison Park. Playing a second string team just isn’t an option at the moment, with Everton misfiring in the Premier and Europa League.Everton are currently in 18th spot in the league after just one win and one draw – and they’ve only scored two goals, both from Wayne Rooney in the opening games again