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GOAL: It's 3-0 to Southampton and it's turning into a rout. MAYA YOSHIDA nods home Steven Davis' fine ball from the left and sends the home fans into raptures. The Everton supporters have seen enough and are racing to the exit.
Harry Sherlock reports: “Fresh from tormenting the Leicester defence, Andy Carroll drops deep and mops up a loose ball on the edge of his own box. The striker has been everywhere today, and if he carries on like this an England recall may not be too far away.”
Dan Brett reports: “First change of the afternoon comes for Southampton and it's James Ward-Prowse, who has put in an excellent shift this afternoon, making way for another youngster in Matt Targett. The winger signed a new five-year deal with the Saints this week and he'll relish playing against the very high line of Everton for the last 10 minutes.”
Stop it, Bournemouth, STOP IT. They thumped Birmingham 8-0 away from home earlier this season and now they're winning 6-1 away to Blackpool. Needless to say, they're staying top of the table...
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Harry Sherlock reports: “West Ham are all at sea defensively and very nearly allow David Nugent to reduce the deficit. The former England striker is allowed to run from the halfway line to the edge of the box and fire a shot at goal, but it sails just over the bar. Nevertheless, the Hammers can consider that a warning.”
Dan Brett reports: “It should be three! It's all Southampton as Ward-Prowse's fine delivery finds Fonte, with Howard's stop just enough to see Everton clear. Changes needed, and quick, if Everton are to pull this one back.”
Harry Sherlock reports: “Nigel Pearson is stood on the sideline, barking orders as Leicester attempt to reverse this 2-0 deficit. With all three substitutions made, the Foxes boss has gambled on a gung-ho formation in a bid to expose the nervousness pervading the West Ham defence.”
7 - Seven of Graziano Pelle's eight Premier League goals have been scored at St Mary's Stadium. Turf.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) December 20, 2014
Tom Davis reports: “Another red card for Aston Villa but this is harsh. Gabriel Agbonlahor and Ashley Young both chase the ball on the halfway line and collide in the process. Young remains on the ground and, with the Manchester United players surrounding the officials, Agbonlahor sees red. A clash of shins is all that is visible on the replays but both were committed to the challenge in the first place. Very harsh.”
GOAL: It's a second for Southampton and it's GRAZIANO PELLE! Excellent work from Clyne on the wing finds Long in the box, who nods down for Pelle to flick low past Howard. Good goal and Everton have it all to do to turn this one around now.
Dan Brett reports: “It's certainly end-to-end here on the south coast. Ross Barkley has been bright throughout but finds himself too deep to influence this result so far and, for all of his neat footwork on the edge of the box, he is dispossessed and Saints hit straight back through Long. A cracking, if not still a little, cagey affair here.”
Harry Sherlock reports: “Nigel Pearson has seen enough, and is making a triple change. Esteban Cambiasso, Paul Konchesky and Jamie Vardy are replaced by Leonardo Ulloa, Anthony Knockaert and David Nugent.”
Tom Davis reports: “Angel Di Maria looks set to make a return for his side after missing the last three games through injury. He's receiving instructions on the sideline.”
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