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    Your team v Everton

    ........................Alisson

    Trent......Konate.....Van Dijk....Robertson

    .......................Fabinho

    ...............Henderson.............Keita

    ..........Salah........Mane.........Diaz

    Rest/rotation for the outstanding Matip and Thiago.
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    .............Kelleher
    Gomez Konate Matip Tsimi
    ........Keita Fab Jones
    .......Salah Firmino Jota

    Still not fair on the bitters

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    Hmmm tough selection this one, ideally, I'd like to rest 2 or 3 to make sure we're at our highest possible levels in the first leg v Villareal to try and get ourselves a commanding lead or a lead by a couple of goals, it's the derby though, and as awful as the bitters have been and are, I'm going to have to go with a lot of experience

    Alisson

    Trent Konate Van Dijk Robertson

    Keita Henderson Milner

    Salah Mane Diaz

    I expect our lads to administer a thorough, hard, deep penetrating bumming, get the win and another absolutely vital 3 points
    "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, i'd close the curtains”

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    Shouts for Milner and Jones.

    Shows how confident we are - and rightly so.

    I'd be very happy with either of those line-ups.

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    Sorry, 4231 Jones dropping out for the BlueDestroyer

    How could anyone make such an error !! Apologies all

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    Ali
    Trent Konate Virg Tsimi
    Keita Fab Hendo
    Mo Sadio Luis

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    Had forgotten this lot had a match tonight.

    -19 on goal difference. Exactly the same as Burnley.

    So a Leicester win would be rather nice. Just need Burnley to start finding points to put the relegation possibility out there again.

    Rather wish we didn't have to play them at the weekend. Confident of a victory but don't trust their players one iota as they're very happy to attempt to injure our lads to appease their weirdo fans.

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    This will be a much harder game than the one last night, which was the easiest of our remaining games this season, need to be ready for 'a proper fight' as Jurgen would say and not get carried away about drubbing a desperately poor filthy side and get caught sucking our own dicks
    "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, i'd close the curtains”

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    Sack it, strongest possible side, after our experiences of this shower of shite last season in particular let's fucking twat the bastards good and proper and make sure the twats are in the relegation zone with a vastly inferior goal difference to the side just ahead of them by the end of the game on Sunday, fuck the blueshite and Prickford

    Any whacks or naughty stuff, have our players and fans absolutely milk it, that'll put a stop to it as they know in their position they can't afford to lose any players to suspension

    Alisson

    Trent Konate Van Dijk Robertson

    Henderson Fabinho Thiago

    Salah Mane Diaz

    I expect our lads to administer a thorough, hard, deep penetrating bumming, get the win and another absolutely vital 3 points
    "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, i'd close the curtains”

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    One thing that is worth noting ahead of the game v the bitters is their newly introduced throw in routine through which they effectively imitate a high press they couldn't hope to achieve in open play from throw ins deep in the oppositions half

    Get lots of players condensed in the area around the throw, throw it to a player they expect a tackle/foot in on and look to win the second ball from there - Seen them trying that a lot in their last couple of games
    "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, i'd close the curtains”

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