Last Updated at 2:47 pm, September 24th 2011
Webb brings the game to a close. City go back to the top of the table, for now.
GOAL FOR MAN CITY!!!! MILNER!!!
Jagielka goes through the back of Balotelli - possible retribution for earlier foul - and inevitably sees yellow.
Final change for City with Savic replacing Nasri. Carlos Tevez does not get a look-in today.
Moyes makes his final switch, with Vellios on for Coleman.
Another change for City, with Aguero making way for James Milner.
Everton make their second change with Royston Drenthe coming on for Phil Neville.
GOAL FOR MAN CITY!!! BALOTELLI!!!!
Nasri works Howard with a good strike from the edge of the area, while Saha joins the fray for Cahill.
Webb has his cards out and Cahill is booked as he gets up, before being ushered off the pitch for treatment.
First change of the day with Balotelli coming on for Dzeko.
Update from our friends at Sky Bet: After an ill-tempered opening period, Manchester City are still favourites at 4/6 to get the win. An away victory is available at 5/1, while a draw is 2/1. Roberto Mancini's men have created few clear chances, but Sergio Aguero is 4/1 favourite to open the scoring.
Webb bring the first half to a close with the teams locked at 0-0.
Yaya Toure goes into the book for a very late sliding challenge on Coleman. Attempts to claim it was his first foul. Not sure what difference that makes....
Leon Osman becomes the third Everton player to go into the book for a shoulder charge on Richards. Webb is not having the best afternoon so far.
Phil Neville goes into the book for an off-the-ball clash with Silva. Replays show the Spaniard was rather theatrical there. And that's being polite.
First booking of the game goes to Rodwell as he catches Silva from behind. That man-to-man job just got more difficult. Toure back on the field now.
@ssxdavey has been back in touch to explain - "it means handicap betting. In other words city to start a goal down but still win. E.g. 2-0 or 3-1 etc two clear goals".
I'm guessing Martin Stubbs isn't a City fan: "Man City is all about money money money. They will lose 2-1 today."
And @ssxdavey says: "I fancy City to go on the rampage today after dropping points to Fulham in their last game so I've bet them -1." (I'll be honest, I don't know what that last bit means....)
Kyran Newbold tells us: "Everton have a good record against City, if they play as good as we know they can they could win 1-0, but if they don't play to full potential, they could lose by 3-0. With City on such good form, can see a close 2-1 victory for them here."
Stewart MacLaren from Torrevieja in Spain is saying that Everton will draw 2-2 against Man City with goals from Leon Osman and Tim Cahill.
Sky Bet tell us that Manchester City are 4/9 to secure a home win against the Toffees and bounce back from last week's disappointment at Fulham. The visitors are now 13/2 to inflict a first defeat of the season on Mancini's men with a draw available at 16/5. For those punters who like value, City playmaker David Silva has been price-boosted to 8/1 to open the scoring.
And @benhenten is also going with a 3-0 win for Mancini's men.
@byro65 is also tipping a home success, with Edin Dzeko to get a hat-trick in a 3-0 victory.
Blues fan Adam from Singapore is the first to get in touch and is backing City for a 3-1 win Aguero to score a brace.
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