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8 hours ago — Everton will be a tough test for Man City despite their 17th-place position in the table.

In the second half we blew them away with the way we played. "I have to praise everton, they've been doing really well recently, they're a top side and make it difficult. Really happy to get the result. Difficult place to come. "We needed the first goal I scored to give us momentum. After that, we blew them away and played tremendous football so I'm happy. " Asked if he was playing consistently, or the best he's played for a long time, Foden said: "Probably, I've had a good run of games. You know how much I like playing in the middle. Thanks to the manager, he keeps playing me there at the moment. Long may it continue because I enjoy it every time I play there. City are looking to switch the play quickly when they have the chance. The Blues win a corner, and then another one when Kyle Walker's long-ranger is deflected wide. Chief City Writer Simon Bajkowski:"City are already working the ball out to Bernardo Silva when they can, looking for him to run at Mykolenko. It could be a busy evening for Dwight McNeill having to work back and cover. "Senior Football Writer Tyrone Marshall:"I think City would have expected to be walking into a furnace tonight, given the sense of injustice surrounding Everton and their recent form, but it is eerily quiet inside Goodison. We haven’t heard a peep from the Gwladys Street end yet and all the noise is coming from the away end. It’s been easy for City on the pitch and it’s not going to feel like the kind of night they were expecting at the moment. "21:38KEY EVENT63' - Alvarez scores! Pickford is booked for trying to delay the penalty. Julian Alvarez doesn't mind and passes his penalty down the middle. It hits Pickford as he dives out of the way, and settles in the back of the net. City lead 2-1. 21:36Joe Bray61' - City penaltyThe corner comes in, Foden fires towards goal, it's blocked. Everton vs Manchester City: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch | Goal. com UKHow to watch the Premier League match between Everton and Man City, as well as kick-off time and team news. Everton host reigning Premier League champions Manchester City at Goodison Park with both sides vying for a win. Everton's scintillating gallop of four consecutive wins ended after Tottenham Hotspur defeated them 2-1 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Richarlison and Son Heung-Min thundered two early goals for the home side before Andre Gomes' late goal halved the lead but it was too little too late for the Merseyside club. Everton vs Man City highlights and reactionWorld Champions Manchester City returned to Premier League winning ways as they came from behind to beat Everton at Goodison Park. City won the FIFA Club World Cup last week in Saudi Arabia, but have slipped to fifth and eight points off leaders Liverpool in their absence, albeit with two games in hand. The Blues have won one of their last six league games, so are hoping to take their two Club World Cup wins back into domestic action to kick-start their season. A good feeling for us all. "It wasn't a winter break, nice weather. Lots of team bonding. The games were a lot more difficult than poeople thoughts. We won the last game 4-0, but there were really good teams, a different experience. "We know how tought it will be here tonight. They're the most in form team, they got beat the other day, but we know what they're all about. We got the win last year but knew how difficult it was. Focus on ourselves, and I'm sure we'll get three points. We want to come here to win, we've won one in six, we want to come here and win and play good football. "19:34Joe BrayGuardiola: Haaland won't return until JanuaryPep Guardiola tells Amazon Prime that Erling Haaland won't return until January, ruling him out of the clash with Sheffield United at the weekend. He says:“Still he’s not with the team. Viewers can get live updates on GOAL's Live Match Centre. Team news & squadsEverton team newsFormer PSG midfielder Idrissa Gueye limped off from Everton's clash against Tottenham with an unspecified issue and Sean Dyche will need to replace the Senegalese star in their engine room. Dele Alli and Andre Gomes have reportedly both healed from their issues with the Portuguese midfielder tipped to feature in the clash while the former Spurs man would have to wait for an opportunity. Defenders Seamus Coleman and Ashley Young are in jeopardy of missing out on Man City's visit to the Goodison while Abdoulaye Doucoure is a touch-and-go because of thigh concern. Everton predicted XI: Pickford; Patterson, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko; Harrison, Onana, Garner, Gomes, McNeil; Calvert-LewinMan City team newsPep Guardiola's side will be bolstered by the return of their leading marksman Erling Haaland with the Norwegian recovering from his foot issue. The Belgian duo of Kevin De Bruyne and Jeremy Doku have also reportedly healed from their injuries but Guardiola will not risk throwing them in the mix and they could be restricted to an appearance from the bench if required. There was been a bit more intensity from City... And when Phil Foden takes aim from distance, it flies past Jordan Pickford, and City are deservedly level! 21:19Joe Bray45' - Back underwayNo changes at the break for either side, and Julian Alvarez gets us underway again. Everton were out first, with City waiting and coming back out just before the restart. Can City improve at both ends to get themselves back in the game? 21:04Joe BrayHalf time ratingsEderson 7Walker 6Stones 6Akanji 4Ake 7Rodri 5Nunes 6Foden 6Silva 6Grealish 7Alvarez 5Chief City Writer Simon Bajkowski:"Stones coming off means one of City’s more fruitful partnerships has been canned. Ake and Grealish were looking decent down the left but Ake has now come inside with Gvardiol behind Grealish. Chief City Writer Simon Bajkowski:"Rodri is checking his studs after that early slip that gave Everton an early opportunity from kick-off. After so much concern over the kick he got in Jeddah, the last thing City need is for him to lose his footing without anyone around him. "20:05Simon BajkowskiGuardiola's Haaland timeframe isn't too worryingChief City Writer Simon Bajkowski:"It sounds very dramatic that Haaland is out until January, but that is of course here in a few days. City will want their No. 9 to be fit for the league game at Newcastle in the middle of the month, although preferably some minutes in the FA Cup against Huddersfield in 11 days would tee him up for that. He feels better with his bone but he hasn’t made one training session with us. Unfortunately December is so congested with so many teams. January is so congested. Hopefully in January he can come back with us. ” On Kevin De Bruyne: “He's coming back. Last week he trained with us, today he had a little bit of fatigue because he’s training hard but of course he's so important for us, like Erling. "19:28Simon BajkowskiMidfield is to be expected with injuries and absencesChief City Writer Simon Bajkowski:"With the absentees, that is just about to be expected. The biggest surprise in the team is probably Nunes, who starts ahead of Lewis and Kovacic in that midfield. Might be something of nothing, but interesting nonetheless. Carson and Ortega are facing shots from the outfield players, which is something they would normally do, so not sure we can ready anything into it at this stage. "Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson19:44Joe BrayGrealish: It won't be easy against EvertonJack Grealish, speaking to Amazon Prime, says:"Really enjoyed it [the Club World Cup], we probably haven't had the best results in the Premier League recently, to go there and cement ourselves as the best team in the world, its what it was for. Jack Grealish forces England teammate Jordan Pickford into a save with an opportunistic toepoke as City try to force the issue. Senior Football Writer Tyrone Marshall:"Nunes getting into some good position so far, making some bright runs forward and stretching the defence, but his end product has been lacking. He missed that excellent chance a few minutes ago and his touch let him down on that occasion. You can see why Guardiola picked him ahead of Lewis and Kovacic, however. Pickford does well to save, but the shot is straight at him. On the follow up, the goalkeeper gets up to deny Alvarez - who also aimed his shot straight at the England goalkeeper. Senior Football Writer Tyrone Marshall:"City are often looking for an early ball over the top and a run in behind the defence, which is unusual for them, but when they get it down and start to play they are playing some nice stuff. That was a slick move and Nunes should have done better. City have had the chances to be ahead by now. "Chief City Writer Simon Bajkowski:"It’s been really strange to hear how subdued the home crowd are given their good run of results recently. Then you see 84 per cent possession from City in the opening stages and the home side really haven’t been able to get on the ball to give their fans anything to cheer about. "20:24Joe Bray8' - City creating chances, as Goodison 'furnace' is quiet for nowCity carve open their first chance as Jack Grealish slips in Alvarez at a tight angle. Pickford saves, and Phil Foden's effort on the rebound is blocked by a last-ditch sliding tackle. Is Everton v Man City on TV? Channel, kick-off time and 4 hours ago — Everton vs Man City LIVE: Latest Premier League updates. Sean Dyche's If you're not an Amazon Prime Video subscriber start a free 30-day trial ... Everton TV Everton v Man City. Join Darren Griffiths and an Everton legend for live match commentary as Manchester City visit Goodison Park in the Premier League. want ... When Nathan Ake turns and fires towards goal, Amadou Onana's and is raised above his head and it strikes the arm. After an age, the officials agree it's a penalty. 21:35Joe Bray61' - City looking for a secondManu Akanji gets a booking for protesting a decision, before Andre Gomes joins him in the book for tripping Jack Grealish just over 20 yards out. Phil Foden gives Julian Alvarez a hug, perhaps offering some advice against his England teammate Jordan Pickford. Alvarez takes aim, and forces Pickford into a save. It's Guardiola who acts as peacemaker! There's just over ten minutes left, and you feel this game is far from over. There's another twist, surely. 21:47Joe Bray73' - City need to play at their own tempoAfter the goal, Mateo Kovacic came on for Matheus Nunes. Everton find themselves behind and try to rally again and win a corner but City clear. There's a few tackles flying in now, but the referee is trying to let the game flow as much as possible. Chief City Writer Simon Bajkowski:"City were all over Everton up until they got the second but are now looking very nervy again as Everton try to get back on level terms. They need to play at their own tempo. "Senior Football Writer Tyrone Marshall:"We’ve just had Everton fan and Ryder Cup winner Tommy Fleetwood on the pitch showing off the trophy. Now staff are setting up the Premier League paraphernalia on the pitch ahead of the famous anthem, which I’m sure will prove to be really popular in all four sides of this ground tonight. "19:58Tyrone MarshallEderson ends warm-up earlySenior Football Writer Tyrone Marshall:"Ederson has gone down the tunnel early here. "City don’t appear to have an out ball at the minute. They’ve been pulled out of shape and are struggling to hold onto the ball. It’s such a change from the opening part of the game where they dominated, but that is what a goal can do. Goodison smells blood. "20:44KEY EVENT28' - Everton scoreJack Harrison scores against his old club. ▶️ Everton vs Man City Live Stream & on TV, Prediction 21 hours ago — Check how to watch Everton vs Man City live stream and on TV. H2H stats, prediction, live score, live tracker & results in one place.

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