Everton vs Fulham LIVE: Team news, line-ups and more ahead of Premier League fixture tonight

Everton are hosting Fulham at Goodison Park this evening aiming to move up to fifth in the Premier League. Carlo Ancelotti’s side are buoyant following that dramatic FA Cup victory over Tottenham Hotspur in midweek, and will be hoping to continue that momentum here – although they will have to do so without top goalscorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who tweaked his hamstring in the Spurs game.

Fulham have put in some promising performances of late but have struggled to turn draws and narrows defeats into much-needed victories. Time is running out for Scott Parker’s side to close the gap to those in safety above them, which stands at 10 points before kick-off, and a win here would be a huge boost to their survival hopes.

Follow all the action from Goodison Park live below, after the conclusion of Arsenal vs Leeds.

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Arsenal climb above Leeds with victory today, moving up to tenth and within two points of Tottenham. Leeds, now 11th, still have a game in hand on the Gunners.


There’s no late comeback from Leeds. But it’s still a valiant effort from Bielsa’s side, who were 4-0 down early in the second half and gave Arsenal a scare. For the Gunners, it’s a job well done, and the most pleasing part of it may well be Aubameyang’s hat-trick on his return to the starting XI.

ARSENAL 4-2 LEEDS (90+5’)

Arsenal break from a late Leeds corner and Dallas goes into the book for a late sliding tackle on Aubameyang, who looks to spark a break.

ARSENAL 4-2 LEEDS (90+4’)

Aubameyang is back on now and there appears to be no lasting damage.

ARSENAL 4-2 LEEDS (90+3’)

Roberts very nearly picks out Shackleton with an arrowing long ball. The Leeds midfielder can’t quite control in the box and Arsenal clear.

ARSENAL 4-2 LEEDS (90+2’)

Ayling catches Aubameyang, who goes down clutching his heel. After a check from the physio, he hobbles over to the touchline.

ARSENAL 4-2 LEEDS (90+1’)

There’ll be four added minutes.


Arsenal make a final change: Holding is on for Ceballos.


Leeds lose possession in their own half and Cedric is able to try his luck from distance. There’s plenty of swerve on his shot, but it’s at a nice height for Meslier to parry.

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