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The final whistle goes and there is frustration around Goodison Park as Everton have to settle for a point following a goalless draw with West Brom.
West Brom make their third and final change as Brunt replaces Long.
Foster limps off as he is escorted down the tunnel by the physios and Daniels comes on for the closing stages. Clarke will be relieved he had a couple of substitutions up his sleeve.
Martinez decides it is time to make a double change and brings on Kone and Naismith for Jelavic and Mirallas in an attempt to find a breakthrough.
That will be Rosenberg's final act of the afternoon as Vydra is brought on to give the Everton defenders something new to think about.
Osman has a header cleared away and Barkley slices a shot high and wide before the whistle goes for half-time. The score remains goalless and it has been a tight contest, but Everton have certainly had the better chances and Foster has had to make a few important saves.
Mulumbu becomes the first player into the book following a needless handball just outside the West Brom area, presenting Everton with a free-kick in a decent area.
Henry writes: 'I'm an Evertonian going for a mandatory Everton win today with Jelavic and Barkley scoring. 2-0 Everton, COYB!'
James, who describes himself as 'a blue from a very muggy Manchester', says: 'After last week's promising start at Norwich I can see Everton turning the style on and winning 2-0. With WBA missing Anelka and coming to Goodison on a defeat I predict that Roberto will take all three points.'
We have our first bit of feedback: 'This is Stewart MacLaren from a warm & windy Torrevieja in Spain saying that Everton will beat West Brom 2-1 this afternoon at Goodison Park with good goals from Ross Barkley & Nikica Jelavic.'
Sky Bet: The Toffees have dropped just four points from a possible 21 in their last seven top-flight meetings with the Baggies and are odds-on favourites to extend that impressive run. Steve Clarke's men have failed to score in four of their last six Premier League games and without Nicolas Anelka may find goals hard to come by at Goodison. Ross Barkley, who was on the mark in the opening day draw at Norwich, is a 12/1 chance for the opening goal and 9/2 to score in 90 minutes for the hosts.
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