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Goodison Park (ATT 38,378) 3rd November 2013 - Kick off 13:30 Ref: Robert Madley

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  1. The full-time whistle goes and Everton and Tottenham have to settle for a point apiece after a hard-fought goalless draw at Goodison Park. Spurs had the better of the first half and Roberto Martinez's side controlled the second, while both will feel they coiuld have had a penalty. However, a draw is most certainly a fair result as Tottenham remain one point ahead of their opponents.

  2. 90+7

    Townsend tries his luck with another long-range strike, but it is a comfortable height for Howard and he hangs on safely.

  3. 90+5

    Townsend looks full of energy again as he plays in Soldado, but the Spaniard's low shot from 20 yards is dragged wide.

  4. 90+3

    Eriksen delivers a delightful ball from the set-piece but it flashes across the six-yard box without anyone providing the finishing touch.

  5. 90+2

    Spurs look happy to run the clock down as Walker takes his time over a throw-in before Soldado takes the ball into the corner and is fouled by Distin.

  6. 90+1

    Everton looked the likeliest side to grab a winner and they will still have time, as the signal goes up for NINE added minutes to be played.

  7. 90

    Barkley skips away from Dawson down the left wing but the Spurs defender recovers quickly to make the tackle.

  8. 89

    Deulofeu squirms away from a couple of challenge to get into the box but Lloris rushes quickly off his line to make an excellent save from a narrow angle.

  9. 87

    Lloris' enthusiasm has not been diminished as he comes out through a mass of bodies to punch clear a Baines corner.

  10. 86

    Spurs must be certain that Lloris is okay as their final change sees Eriksen come on for Holtby.

  11. 85

    Lukaku also picked up a knock in the collision with Lloris and has to be replaced by Jelavic for the closing stages.

  12. 84

    The delay may have just disrupted Everton's momentum as Tottenham press forward through Townsend.

  13. 82

    Lloris clearly wants to continue and finally gets his wish after a lengthy delay. Friedel sits back own again, and the Everton fans unfairly boo the French keeper as he restarts play.

  14. 80

    Villas-Boas may have to replace Lloris as Friedel strips off and prepares for action, but this is a decision that will be made by the doctor who will want to avoid any risk of a head injury.

  15. 78

    Lukaku is booked but it looked entirely accidental. Lloris requires treatment and a stretcher is brought on, but he is thankfully okay and returns to his feet.

  16. 77

    Barry tries to release Lukaku with a long ball but Lloris is out quickly to claim the ball just inside his area. Lukaku catches Lloris firmly in the head with his trailing leg and the Spurs keeper stays down in a worrying moment at Goodison Park.

  17. 76

    The game is opening up now as Everton have a chance to hit Spurs on the counter-attack, but Lukaku's pass is intercepted.

  18. 75

    Tottenham break free of their own half for the first time in ages and Sigurdsson forces Howard into an acrobatic save away to his left with a powerful shot from 20 yards.

  19. 74

    Jagielka goes down in pain following an aerial challenge with Soldado and replays he is caught just above the ribs by a flailing arm from the Spaniard, but the referee decides just a stern word is enough and keeps his cards in his pocket.

  20. 73

    McCarthy delivers a fine cross in from the right which Lukaku gets a slight touch on but not enough to test Lloris from a tight angle. Credit must again go to Dawson for shackling Lukaku closely and making life difficult for the on-loan striker.

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10 Liverpool 17 22
11 Everton 17 21
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18 Burnley 17 15
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