Everton take on Fulham at Craven Cottage looking to return to Premier League victory

Everton are looking to find a winning path in the Premier League when they travel to promoted Fulham today

Carlo Ancelotti’s side had a dazzling start to the season, winning four straight games before a draw and three losses followed

But they will be confident to beat Scott Parker’s Fulham side, who have won one and lost six of their eight matches so far this season.

Richarlison will return for the Toffees after serving a three-game ban for a red card in the Merseyside derby, and he is expected to line up alongside James Rodriguez and Dominic Calvert-Lewin in attack

Meanwhile, captain Seamus Coleman will miss the game and Jonjoe Kenny is expected to continue right-back

Ancelotti must choose between Andre Gomes, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fabian Delph in midfield while Mason Holgate and Yerry Mina both hope to secure the sign of defense

Maybe too late to get off his line when Reid when he passed for the equalizer Had made a scrambled save from the attacker moments earlier

Caught off guard for Fulham’s equalizer as Reid passed him to score It doesn’t look like he’s got his horror show for Colombia out of his system yet

Deployed at right-back (!) but worked well – especially in attack Well advanced and chained to dangerous crosses and his dribble helped to open things up for the second of the Blues

While Fulham has found joy at his side, the fault is not just Iwobi’s

Some sloppy passes undermined parts of his performance Did, belatedly, keep the midfielder running as half advanced

A close-range header – his first goal for the club – made it 3-1 Previously this had not given enough control over the midfield, but a nice header extended Everton advance

Initially he had been quiet by his standards, but his quality came to the fore when he crossed for Calvert-Lewin’s second and Doucoure’s header was in raging form by the time the mid -time has ended

Saw a threat from the start Provided the center of Calvert-Lewin’s opener and one of the Blues’ most dynamic players

In the right place at the right time to open the scoring And then again for the second Something we say more and more Already doubled in the league!

Came into the game slowly after a slow start, involved in Everton’s second with another ‘pre-assist’

Richarlison takes a hand at close range after wonderful play from Digne on the left

Wow Everton are really playing great things now! That goal from Fulham really propelled the team into the future

The full-backs have so much joy on both flanks, and again it was a fantastic cross from Digne to set that goal

His helpers are so crucial on this side, and deliveries like this are like gold dust!

It’s the French connection as Lucas Digne pulls back a left-wing cross for Abdoulaye Doucoure to score his first goal for Everton

Iwobi’s run, which has a great game by the way, was absolutely fantastic – going through around three challenges to move Everton forward on the pitch

James’ pass is perfect and let’s not minimize how difficult it is to get a cross of this quality to Lucas Digne’s first cross

As Everton celebrated his second goal, Fulham striker Bobby Decordova-Reid received the yellow card for an earlier foul on Richarlison

There was a nervous wait as VAR checked offside with this goal, but it’s okay

Considering how beautiful this lens is, it was pointed out that doing it with chalk would have been like canceling Christmas

Alex Iwobi walked to the right, picked James who rolled the ball to Digne and his cross was met by Calvert-Lewin

Everton were ahead here, had a goal disallowed, and Richarlison should have scored – but Fulham was definitely the top team

The Blues don’t really step on the ball enough and the hosts are having too much joy

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has the ball back into Fulham’s net on a cross from Iwobi but his effort is ruled out for offside

He can see the Fulham man in front of him, surely he knows where the attacker wants to go, so why is he reacting so late and so slowly? He ends up getting caught and Fulham is at the same level as that Pretty rubbish defending once again

He had that shaky moment playing a crazy pass to Pickford earlier, but that cross to find Calvert-Lewin inside the box was exquisite

How could have much joy on that flank all along if the Blues continue to dominate this game

After closing in moments earlier, Fulham’s man overtakes Yerry Mina and pulls the equalizer

Everton need to put as much pressure as possible on this Fulham defense, they are not playing well here at all

Some stupid free kicks are still given a little too close to Everton’s box for my taste

This is part of the defensive question, it gives the teams a good opportunity to really test that full five and Pickford

It didn’t look like a deliberate back pass, but the goalkeeper took no chances and sabotaged the ball on the pitch during the half volley

This is how you come back from the international break and who is shocked that Richarlison has played a pivotal role?

He takes over a poor play from Fulham and he placed it in exactly the right area so Calvert-Lewin could just come home

It’s not exactly the smoothest finish, but it’s exactly what his poaching instincts got him

Regrouped at close range from Dominic Calvert-Lewin after a great job on the left of Richarlison

Everton are two out of two in London this season Will they go three to three?

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