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    17th September 2011
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    Everton v Wigan preview
    Drenthe in contention after reserves run-out

    New signing Royston Drenthe could make his first start for Everton against Wigan Athletic at Goodison Park on Saturday.



    Drenthe: Eyeing full debut after impressing for reserves.









    The Dutch winger joined the Merseyside club on deadline day in a season-long loan deal from Real Madrid.

    He made a brief cameo appearance in the 2-2 draw with Aston Villa last weekend but played more than an hour for the Toffees' second string on Wednesday, meaning he could be in contention for a starting spot.

    David Moyes' men are aiming for their first home win of the season after being denied all three points last week against Villa thanks to a Gabriel Agbonlahor goal seven minutes from time.


    Moyes was keen to praise the impact of some of his young players after the game, which was preceded by a protest march by a section of fans unhappy with the lack of investment at the club.

    The Scot admitted it would be hard for the Toffees to break into the top six given the lack of cash at Goodison Park but maintained his belief that he could remodel the side using a number of young players coming through the ranks, including Seamus Coleman, Jack Rodwell, Ross Barkley, Magaye Gueye and Apostolos Velios.

    Changes

    Meanwhile Wigan boss Roberto Martinez is looking for a response from his side after they crashed out of the Carling Cup to Crystal Palace in midweek.

    Martinez did make a number of changes for the game at Selhurst Park, but with last Saturday's 3-0 defeat to Man City still fresh in the mind, it all adds up to a frustrating week for the Spaniard, who saw his side go unbeaten in their opening three league games.

    They make the short trip from the DW Stadium to Merseyside hoping to claim their first win on the road this season.

    Deadline day signing Shaun Maloney was one of four new players on show against Palace, but he has admitted the poor performance means a number of squad players have missed the chance to force their way into the manager's first-team plans.


    Team news
    Drenthe is in contention for a starting spot after scoring for the reserves in midweek.

    Gueye also played in that game and declared himself fully fit after recovering from a broken toe sustained in pre-season. Striker Victor Anichebe remains on the injury list with a groin strain.

    Wigan defender Emmerson Boyce is rated only 50-50 for the game as he recovers from a hamstring strain. Antolin Alcaraz (thigh) and Steven Gohouri (calf) are definitely out.

    Summer signings Albert Crusat, Maloney, David Jones and Patrick van Aanholt will hope they did enough against Palace in midweek to keep their place in the starting line-up.


    Possible starting XIs

    Everton:
    Howard, Baines, Jagielka, Distin, Hibbert, Rodwell, Fellaini, Coleman, Osman, Drenthe, Cahill.

    Wigan:
    Al Habsi, Caldwell, Boyce, Lopez, Figueroa, Watson, Moses, McArthur, McCarthy, Di Santo, Rodallega.





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    Nice thread.

    All times are listed in UK only, or did I miss something?
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    Its allways had uk as far as i remember you be suprised how many people come an hour late or early

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    I can only see one winner.....the mighty blues 2-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by uggla View Post
    Its allways had uk as far as i remember you be suprised how many people come an hour late or early
    Mostly these threads are listed UK / CET (as per Ben's examples in the rules) but yesterday and today it's been local time only for some reason, just wondered if there was something discussed that I missed.
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    3-1 Everton, i don't see Wigan causing Everton many problems.


    As for times, ie UK, i'll always list mine as UK only, as where game is being played.


    I'm sure in your own threads Bert, you've listed it as UK only, i hate that abbreviation, should be England

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    Quote Originally Posted by GWolf1 View Post
    I'm sure in your own threads Bert, you've listed it as UK only, i hate that abbreviation, should be England
    I've also listed it with both mate to help our cousins over the water who can't help but love our league.

    Fine either way with me mate, as I said just curious as everyone has done it for tomorrow's games, and it was the same in the Thursday listings for the Europa league.

    I suppose technically it should be listed as BST (or GMT in winter) rather than UK. UK is also inaccurate as it implies Ireland isn't on the same time. I guess people might get confused with all those however, CET is better known outside UK I think, but at least everyone knows what UK means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bertcocaine View Post
    I've also listed it with both mate to help our cousins over the water who can't help but love our league.

    Fine either way with me mate, as I said just curious as everyone has done it for tomorrow's games, and it was the same in the Thursday listings for the Europa league.

    I suppose technically it should be listed as BST (or GMT in winter) rather than UK. UK is also inaccurate as it implies Ireland isn't on the same time. I guess people might get confused with all those however, CET is better known outside UK I think, but at least everyone knows what UK means.
    All depends on thread maker, Ben's thread is a guide, all the best in tomorrows game anyway, don't really want to go off topic too much

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    Do think an Everton win here and will go 2-0

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    We need a win at goodison, all streamers appreciated.

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    Hi Guys,

    New to the forum don't suppose anyone has links to todays game. Not sure if listed anywhere already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by braddog View Post
    Hi Guys,

    New to the forum don't suppose anyone has links to todays game. Not sure if listed anywhere already.
    See first post, bottom of that post is a link to http://forum.wiziwig.eu/threads/6034...Football-Links

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    Thanks dude

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    Added known streaming links to the top of the first post

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    fingers crossed our saviour the Yes man will be around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bertcocaine View Post
    fingers crossed our saviour the Yes man will be around.
    We know his 2nd team is everton

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    ffs why we let yakubu go

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    Quote Originally Posted by uggla View Post
    ffs why we let yakubu go
    because he was fat and lazy. don't worry, he'll have a good start there then go to sleep in the spring as he does every year.
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    1-1 draw for me in this today. Wigan aren't the greatest of teams but have had a decent start considering and can see them coming away with a draw.

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