Whites v Everton
Record v Everton
First game against them was September 17th 1924 when we won a first division game 1-0 No idea who scored but
they had a player called Hunter Hart, how weird is that! And their CF was a Cock.........John Cock to be exact,
in front of 2200 ecstatic fans. Apparently Sheppy was one of them.
Last time we played 'em was 3rd February last year
2-1 to Everton Referee Michael Oliver
View Leeds United v Everton head to head
Played behind closed doors due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Premier League Head to Head
Leeds United won: 8
Everton won: 8
Leeds United scored: 26
Everton scored: 31
Everton had won two of their last 38 visits to Elland Road in the top division (lost 27).
Manager: Marcelo Bielsa
Manager: Carlo Ancelotti
Raphinha Gylfi Sigurdson
Illan Meslier Robin Olsen
Luke Ayling Lucas Digne
Liam Cooper Yerry Mina
Ezgjan Alioski Ben Godfrey
Stuart Dallas Mason Holgate
Pascal Struijk André Gomes
Jack Harrison Abdoulaye Doucouré
Mateusz Klich Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Kalvin Phillips Alex Iwobi
Patrick Bamford Gylfi Sigurdsson
League position: 11th
None of Leeds United's last 12 games in the Premier League had now ended in a draw (won six, lost six).
The Whites had now lost one and won three of their four midweek games so far in this Premier League season (scored 13, conceded five).
They had now kept a clean sheet in two of their last 11 games in the Premier League.
League position: 6th
Everton had now won four consecutive away league games for the first time since December 1985 in League Division One.
The Toffees had now won seven of their ten away games so far in this Premier League season (lost two).
Josh King became the third Norwegian to play a senior game for Everton after Thomas Myhre and Espen Baardsen.
Everton are the club of many celebrities around the world, with movie stars such as Sylvester Stallone proudly sporting their Everton colours and Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden showing her support whenever she can.
The following is a non-exhaustive list of people who have – at some point – claimed to be an Evertonian.
Dame Judy Dench
Ian Smith (Harold Bishop in Neighbours)
Sir Paul McCartney, – The Beatles
Pete Best, – The Beatles
Shane McGowan – The Pogues
Mike Lewis, – Lostprophets
Ian Astbury, – The Cult
Ian Ball, – Gomez
Paul Draper, – Mansun
Lee Mavers, – The La’s
Liz McClarnon,- Atomic Kitten
Damon Minchella,- Ocean Colour Scene
Nicola Roberts, – Girls Aloud
Donny Tourette, – Towers of London
Osmo Tapio Räihälä, composer
Lee Latchford-Evans, – Steps (group)
Bill Ryder-Jones, – The Coral
Keavy Lynch (B*Witched)
Tony Bellew, – Boxing
Wayne Hennessey – Football
Graham Lee – Horse Racing
Martin Dwyer – Horse Racing
Riddick Bowe – Boxing
John Conteh, – Boxing
Matt Dawson,- Rugby Union
Austin Healey – Rugby Union
Leo Cullen – Rugby Union
John Higgins, – Snooker
John Parrott, – Snooker
Paul O’Connell, – Rugby Union
John McEnroe, – Tennis
Gangrel – WWE
Fandango – WWE
I think we will be really cautious for this game as Everton are a formidable opponent.
I expect them to set up like this
Ayling Coops Firpo
Rapha Gelhardt Klich Greenwood Harrison
I will leave you to ponder on this question
If Tyler was guilty why didn't he say so?
I am hoping the toffees come unstuck (see what i did there) and we will win a close one 8-0