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Goodison Park (ATT 35,782) 12th January 2013 - Kick off 15:00 Ref: P Dowd

Everton Everton vs Swansea City Swansea

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  1. Everton 0 Swansea 0. It ends goalless at Goodison. Few chances created and the spoils are shared. Both sides capable of much more, but will be happy to have taken something from the game.

  2. 90+4

    Good work by Graham as he prevents Coleman from running the ball out. Everton pegged back deep inside their own half with time ticking away.

  3. 90+3

    Free-kick to Swansea comes to nothing. They didn't even bother to send Williams and Chico forward. The visitors are happy with their point.

  4. 90+2

    Swansea really looking to run down the clock now. Everything is taking 10 timers longer than it has to. De Guzman goes down after being caught by Jelavic.

  5. 90+1

    Free-kick to Everton wide on their left. Baines over it once more. He floats the ball into the hear of the penalty area, but once again Vorm shows safe hands as he comes and claims.

  6. 90

    Moyes out barkingout instructions, but it is looking like this will end goalless. Point apiece probably a fair reflection on the game.

  7. 89

    Still nothing doing for Everton.Jelavic hasn't had much joy today. Fellaini has now been pushed up alongside him to offer support. Chance falls to Jelavic, but he fires over the top.

  8. 88

    Pienaar floats the ball to the back post. Fellaini with a towering header which Vorm does brilliantly to tip around the post. Whistle blown for a push by Fellaini. Vorm then booked for time wasting.

  9. 87

    De Guzman whips over the set-piece. Terrible effort as he floats the ball into the hands of Howard. He had plenty to aim at, but gave those in the middle no chance. As Everton look to counter, Williams is in the way again.

  10. 86

    Fellaini holds the ball up well. He has been pushed a little furthr forward again. As I speak, he concedes a free-kick for grabbing at De Guzman. Chance for Swansea to load the box.

  11. 85

    Rangel and Tiendalli forward down the Swansea right, but again there is nothing in the middle to aim at. They are forced to keep the ball moving, until they eventually lose it. Routledge then sends a wayward pass through to Howard.

  12. 84

    Change for Everton, with Anichebe withdrawn and Vellios thrown on in his place. Can he find a late winner for the Toffees?

  13. 83

    The free-kick comes to nothing for Swansea. Coleman then charges down the Everton right. Routledge goes all the way with him. Coleman does really well to get a toe to the ball before it runs behind, pegging Swansea back deep inside their own half.

  14. 82

    Michu being replaced by Graham. Straight swap up front. Michu could probably do with a rest and Graham has been in fine scoring form of late.

  15. 81

    Baines cautioned. He barged into the back of Rangel, conceding a free-kick. He then contested the decision and is booked. Phil Dowd trying to calm things down, with Rangel less than impressed by the challenge.

  16. 80

    Naismith with space to move into. He plays the ball in low to Jelavic, but he is surrounded by red shirts. The Toffees need to try something different, or produce a moment of magic.

  17. 79

    Here come Everton again. They move the ball well to the edge ofthe box, but then it breaks down. On this occasion Jelavic falls over and Pienaar's pass ends up with Williams. Sums up the game so far.

  18. 78

    Vorm taking an age with the free-kick. Meanwhile, Del Bosque has seen enough and is heading home. Hernandez didn't really catch the eye and Michu has been feeding off scraps.

  19. 77

    One pass too many from Everton at times. Fellaini frustrated and he concedes a free-kick trying to win the ball back down by the corner flag. Moyes doesn't look too happy.

  20. 76

    Pienaar holds off Tiendalli, but Everton can't work a yard for a cross. Swansea working really hard to prevent crosses from coming in. They have been troubled by them today and need to keep Baines and co quiet.

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