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Steve Robinson28 Feb, 2017Present
Mark McGhee16 Oct, 201527 Feb, 2017
Roy McFarland13 Oct, 201516 Oct, 2015
Stephen Craigan25 Sep, 201512 Oct, 2015
Ian Baraclough14 Dec, 201425 Sep, 2015
Kenny Black02 Nov, 201414 Dec, 2014
Stuart McCall30 Dec, 201002 Nov, 2014
Gordon Young10 Dec, 201030 Dec, 2010
Craig Brown28 Dec, 200909 Dec, 2010
Jim Gannon30 Jun, 200928 Dec, 2009
Mark McGhee18 Jun, 200729 Jun, 2009
Maurice Malpas18 May, 200601 Jun, 2007
Terry Butcher24 Apr, 200217 May, 2006
Eric Black16 Oct, 200124 Apr, 2002
Miodrag Krivokapic19 Sep, 200116 Oct, 2001
John Philliben19 Sep, 200116 Oct, 2001
Billy Davies14 Oct, 199818 Sep, 2001
Harri Kampman25 Feb, 199814 Oct, 1998
Alex McLeish13 Jul, 199410 Feb, 1998
Tommy McLean01 Jun, 198431 May, 1994
Bobby Watson01 Aug, 198331 May, 1984
Jock Wallace01 Aug, 198231 May, 1983
David Hay01 Aug, 198131 May, 1982
Ally McLeod01 Aug, 197931 May, 1981
Roger Hynd01 Aug, 197831 May, 1979
Willie McLean01 Aug, 197531 May, 1978
Ian St John01 Nov, 197201 May, 1975
Bobby Howitt01 Aug, 196501 Nov, 1972
Bobby Ancell01 Aug, 195531 May, 1865
George Stevenson01 Aug, 194631 May, 1955
John Hunter01 Aug, 191031 May, 1946
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Match in Focus

12:30 Sa 19Oct BT1

Everton v West Ham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Everton have lost their last four league matches
Expert verdict
Marco Silva is a man under pressure and the Everton manager will come under further scrutiny should his team fail to get a positive result against West Ham. Four consecutive Premier League losses have seen the toiling Toffees slip down to 18th place. The Hammers were made to rue missed chances when they lost 2-1 to Crystal Palace last time out but are eighth in the table on merit and are among the teams vying to gatecrash the top six. Both teams are prone to defensive mistakes so backing a barnstormer of a draw looks value.