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Jordan Pickford won’t start in goals for England against Wales tonight, while Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly tried to lure Wendel to Goodison Park recently

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Romania pulled out a goal in the second half but a brace in the first half was enough to give Iceland a 2-1 victory tonight

Calvert-Lewin is gone now, but his Everton teammate Michael Keane will be determined to end a solid game with a clean sheet

Another old Liverpool on target as Danny Ings goes 3-0 with a spectacular kick

Goalscorer Calvert-Lewin gave way in the 58th minute as England made a triple change shortly after a 2-0 comeback

Dominic Calvert-Lewin of Everton scored on his England debut – coming from Jack Grealish cross

He goes around Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey but he’s pushed aside and there’s no one to find in the middle

With most of Wales’ defense focused on Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton teammate Michael Keane ties in with a header from an English corner but his efforts fall off target

Wales kick off us at Wembley with Michael Keane and international debutant Dominic Calvert-Lewin both heading to England

Everton’s new loan signing Robin Olsen was part of the Swedish squad for their 2-1 win in Russia tonight but remained on the bench as FC Copenhagen’s Karl-Johan Johnsson played in the goal instead

Rather than playing his favorite ‘number 10’ role, Gylfi Sigurdsson has worked more deeply for Everton this season during his selection, but according to this graph it looks like he could play ahead of Iceland against Romania tonight

Gareth Southgate has said Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford will not leave for England against Wales tonight, but Burnley’s Nick Pope – who could take his place, has shared his thoughts on the mistakes of Pickford and himself

« You play out of your skin, exceptional for three weeks, then in a second you made a bad decision or a mistake and it’s a goal against you

« This is how it is The last one doesn’t buy you the next one Your form is not as good as the present moment

« It’s consistency, it’s a hard thing to train and something every goalkeeper will look for. Every player too »

With seven straight wins, Everton have had an impressive start to the season and HITC has identified three factors they believe the Blues can keep fit

They point out that Carlo Ancelotti’s side don’t have the distraction of European football and that Ben Godfrey’s signing deadline leaves them lighter at the back

Ancelotti and James Rodriguez are winners They are used to being in huge clubs where they have to get a win every week

This attitude can rub off on Everton players and change the club mentality

They won’t see this good run as lightning in the pan; they will want it to continue all season long

As long as Dominic Calvert-Lewin scores goals Everton have a chance to win games This race may last for months to come

Joe Royle dubbed him « the biggest substitution I have ever made » as Daniel Amokachi decided to replace Paul Rideout in the 1995 FA Cup semi-final at Elland Road and score a late double to send Everton back to Wembley with 4-1 win

Over 25 years on « Amo » now back in Nigeria, told ECHO in an exclusive interview:

« I gave the replacement coupon to the fourth referee, the ball went out of play and I’m sent back to the team

« I did not announce the news of what happened to the world, blundered him at a press conference

« He walked into the locker room and said, ‘Well done – and never try that again! «  »

Players who turned to Carlo Ancelotti have already been keen to find their former boss at Everton – as Allan and James Rodriguez have shown

It seems Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik was keen to follow the Brazilian midfielder and his ex-gaffer to Goodison Park but the Italian said there was no connection

« I think he longed for Everton, PSG or Atletico Madrid Everton, however, wanted a counter-striker and not one with Milik characteristics

Everton’s impressive start to the top of the table for the Premier League season has seen his title chances reduced and their chances of being crowned champions are now shorter than those of Manchester United and Arsenal

Between them, the Red Devils (13) and the Gunners (3) have won 16 Premier League titles but after winning their first four matches, the Blues are now seen as part of the mix

Before a ball was kicked in the 2020/21 campaign, Everton were a 250/1 underdog, but those numbers have since plummeted

Betfair now have Carlo Ancelotti’s squad in 19/1 – the same as Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur

Joint favorites are Liverpool holder and previous two-season champion Manchester City both on 6/5

The only other club now with shorter odds than Everton are Chelsea who spend heavily on 11/1 with Arsenal 20/1, Manchester United 40/1 and Leicester City 50/1

Considering the Evertonians best remembered for letting Lee Carsley’s shot wiggle under his body for a derby winner in 2004, Blues fans might take what ex-Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland says with a pinch of salt

Carlo Ancelotti has just signed Swedish international Robin Olsen on loan from Roma to compete with Jordan Pickford, but Kirkland believes they should have returned to relegate Watford from whom they took Abdoulaye Doucoure

“I think [Foster] is a great goalkeeper Yes he was relegated with Watford but I worked with Ben and he’s a big boy and a brilliant goalkeeper

« I actually thought Everton should have recruited him this summer to give Jordan some competition, which I think he needs because he doesn’t really have that at Everton

« No disrespect to the other keepers out there, but he knows he’s no1 and probably won’t be abandoned, so I think Everton probably should have chosen Foster »

Carlo Ancelotti believes his Everton side must continue to show ‘character, attitude and personality’ for the rest of the campaign

Les Bleus kicked off the campaign with seven consecutive wins and are currently at the top of the Premier League table

And the Italian challenged his players to consistently display the characteristics that have served them so well so far this season

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton FC, Premier League, England national under-21 football team

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