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Carlo Ancelotti’s men will be hoping to finish the campaign as strongly as possible and improve on their current position of 11th after Monday’s win at Sheffield United.
The visitors know they need to win to have any chance of avoiding relegation and would still need other results to go their way should they get three points.
Ancelotti is still without Mason Holgate, Fabian Delph and Yerry Mina for the game, meaning youngster Jarrad Branthwaite could get another chance to build on his superb performance at Bramall Lane, with Moise Kean also pushing for a first start since January.
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Goal. Everton 1-3 Bournemouth. Stanislas.17:41
Goal. Everton 1-2 Bournemouth. Lerma16:47
GOAL!!!! Everton 1-1 Bournemouth. Kean16:42
Goal. Everton 0-1 Bournemouth16:14
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Everton 1-3 Bournemouth
Everton succumb to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Bournemouth.
The Cherries were better than their hosts in every department at Goodison Park and it was a very lacklustre performance from the Blues.
Goals from King, Solanke and Stanislas and one in reply from Moise Kean were the difference in Carlo Ancelotti’s first home defeat as Everton boss.
A 12th place finish in the Premier Leage for the Blues, Bournemouth are relegated after Aston Villa earned a draw at West Ham.
Four minutes added time
Bournemouth in possession
Bournemouth in control and look to be heading to a win
Chance for Everton
Chance as Bernard breaks forward and puts in a cross, Calvert-Lewin wins it but it’s half-cleared and the ball to comes straight back in to Richarlison who turns and shoots but it’s blocked for a corner which comes to nothing.
Goal. Everton 1-3 Bournemouth. Stanislas.
The free-kick is only half cleared and Junior Stanislas drives into the box down the left, he shoots and it’s a very poor save from Jordan Pickford down to his left as it goes through the goalkeeper’s hands and ends up in the net.
Keane gives away free-kick
Callum Wilson knocks the ball around Michael Keane down the right hand side and on the edge of the area – the defender mistimes his tackle and gives away a free-kick.
Brilliant Baines tackle
Leighton Baines puts in a fantastic challenge on Callum Wilson in the middle of the box to get the ball away and stop an incredible chance for the visitors.
Everton keeping ball a little better
Everton keeping the ball a little better now but the final key pass is still missing. A ball outwide from Bernard goes out after a chase from Sidibe.
Tom Davies makes way for Bernard, Moise Kean off for Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Lucas Digne subbed Leighton Baines who’s been made captain.
Final drinks break of the season and here comes Baines
Solanke and Brooks off for Stanislas and Billing.
Gordon added impetus
Digne does well and Kean shot saved
Digne does well to get to a pass before it crosses the byline and whips a cross in for Kean but he heads straight at Ramsdale
‘A clear penalty’
Shouts for a penalty
Shouts for an Everton penalty at Goodison for a handball in the box
Kean working and subs on
Kean battling hard in the box to keep the ball alive but Bournemouth clear.
Walcott and Coleman make way for Sidibe and Gordon.
Subs coming on
Digne broke down the left but his cross is blocked, Richarlison meanwhile went down off the ball in the area and looked to have hurt his ankle. He’s back up and looking okay now though.
A strong Callum Wilson half-volley from the edge of the box is saved well by Pickford.
Marcelo Bielsa in attendance