World News – GB – Fleetwood Town vs Everton – Goals and Highlights


Live commentary feed and updated goals and scores as Everton travels to League One Fleetwood Town in the Carabao Cup

Everton travel to Fleetwood Town tonight in hopes of staging a Carabao Cup fourth round clash with Premier League rivals West Ham United

The Ligue 1 club Fleetwood are managed by ex-Manchester City midfielder Joey Barton and reached the play-off semi-finals last season before being beaten by eventual winners Wycombe Wanderers

Town opened their new campaign with a win over Burton Albion but lost 2-1 to Peterborough United on Saturday

Carlo Ancelotti is expected to make several changes to the squad that beat West Bromwich Albion at Goodison Park last weekend, but without the injured Jarrad Branthwaite, Mason Holgate, Cenk Tosun and Jean-Philippe Gbamin

Anthony Gordon could start alongside Tom Davies as Joao Virginia started Carabao Cup final draw, though Jonas Lossl has recovered from back injury

Phil Kirkbride is in Highbury to present live, commentary, analysis and feedback as well as the post-match press conferences of the two managers You can send your thoughts on the action to @philkecho or @ SamCarroll0

We’ll have more feedback for you in the morning as well as all the latest Blues news ahead of the trip to Crystal Palace on the weekend – have a good night’s sleep and roll onto the fourth lap next week!

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Adam Jones assesses Jordan Pickford’s performance after Everton defeated Fleetwood Town in Carabao Cup third round

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The Italian scores his second Carabao Cup goal of the season in the last minute of the stoppage time, but everything revolves around Niels Nkounkou, ran over a ball across to the left and brought the ball back to the Italian with an outrageous rear wheel that the under finished with aplomb Scoreline more realistic now

So close to getting Everton’s first goal with a beautifully hit right-footed volley from the edge of the box, but it flashed right next to it But it can’t be far

Anthony Gordon is a prime example of a player determined to try his luck Committed at halftime and has watched a threat every time he has the ball Great summer Carlo must be really happy with him

Well-deserved goal from the Brazilian who comes back from the edge of the box after Anthony Gordon (who passed to the right) and Iwobi have bonded well

Big feet of the youngster in a tough spot on Fleetwood signing to force a corner Had more to do defensively this half too but was up to the task Seems a real prospect

Another curling effort from the Brazilian pushed wide by Cairns in Fleetwood’s goal after a better job on the left by Anthony Gordon

Shot with the left foot from the edge of Morris’ box and this time the keeper put his hands firmly on it to push back safely

Questions about the goalkeeper again sadly as the cross to the far post returned to Callum Camps whose effort overhead was direct on Jordan Pickford who could only help him into the net

Electric to the left of Richarlison who jumped off his marker and cut the ball, but Iwobi’s left foot effort went just past the post

Ched Evans goes down into the box with Lucas Digne next to him but the attacker has clearly slipped, nothing to do

By the time I was about to talk about Pickford’s bizarre way of letting Fleetwood come back into the game, luckily Iwobi does

He deserved a goal for his performance. He’s really excited from the first 15 minutes, let’s hope that will give him confidence in the future!

The perfect answer as Anthony Gordon does it brilliantly on the left to hit the sideline and remove the ball, Richarlison missed it at the neat post but Iwobi didn’t make a mistake to restore the advantage of two Blues goals

A mess at the back for the Blues as Jordan Pickford is closed off by two forwards and his blocked game is hammered by Duffy who had just gone underwater

Mark Duffy, a Scouser and former Prescot Cables alumnus, is at halftime for the home side

HALF TIME: Fleetwood 0-2 Everton, the brilliant half of the Blues They looked professional, comfortable and every ounce was a Premier League side with the intention of going far in this tournament The score flatters the hosts, which says a lot after 45 minutes

Advance at every opportunity, but his points were not always chosen. Want to seize the opportunity to impress Ancelotti

Representing once again in an unknown center-back role but still just as comfortable in his temporary position

Looks like he’s going to be a good player. Pace, power, straight running, good linking play and putting in the type of crosses that give defenders nightmares

Nice cross for the opening goal Ancelotti and his staff behind the scenes made sure to receive his share of the credit for the goal I went close with a curling effort from the rim

Reserved for his return to action after a long layoff, but developed in the game as the half progressed

Hitting the bar with a deflected effort and getting closer with another shot from afar His last pass let him down but he produced an exquisite back heel to place Richarlison for the second For that he gets an extra score

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Often finds himself surrounded by Fleetwood defenders but finds space in time but fails to complete

Everton’s most menacing attacker and opened his account for this season, as he did last time around, with a League Cup header His second came later in the half when he searched the house after Iwobi’s outburst

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World News – GB – Fleetwood Town vs Everton – Goals and highlights


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