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As comfortable afternoon as Everton have had all season, Fulham simply did not turn up. Take nothing away from the Toffees though, who have hit four in three successive league games and are once again ending the season on a high.
90+4 Full time: Everton 4 Fulham 0
Three minutes to be added on.
Dempsey is tripped by Cahill, free-kick to Fulham. Murphy wastes it though, the ball drifting out for a goal kick.
A half chance for Fulham is brought to an end when Frei is flagged offside after collecting Murphy's smart pass.
Moussa Dembele wins a free-kick midway inside the Everton half. He takes it quickly, but Everton are swiftly in to win the ball back and clear.
Everton nearly play their way into trouble thanks to an overhit backpass by Hibbert, but Jagielka does well to turn away from three Fulham players and clear.
83 Sub for Everton: Steven Pienaar is replaced by Magaye Gueye.
82 Change for Fulham: Mahamadou Diarra is replaced by Dickson Etuhu.
Good save from Schwarzer again! This time from Osman's stinging shot from the edge of the box.
Good save from Schwarzer, who is at full stretch to push away Pienaar's low drive.
79 Mahamadou Diarra is booked for a late trip on Ross Barkley.
The game has slowed right down again, both sides seem happy just to see out the rest of the match.
75 Sub for Everton: Marouane Fellaini is replaced by Ross Barkley.
Jelavic thinks he is clean in on goal when he runs onto Cahill's pass, but he is stopped in his tracks by the assistant's flag. Free-kick Fulham
Murphy has given Fulham a bit more control in midfield. Too little too late though for the Cottagers.
I'm hearing this is the first time Everton have scored four goals in three successive league games since 1964. And to think they could barely buy a goal at the start of this season.
66 Change for Fulham: Danny Murphy is on for Pavel Pogrebnyak.
Jelavic curls in a wonderful free-kick over the wall but Schwarzer does really well to push the ball away.
Jelavic bounds forward again and wins a free kick after a trip by Diarra.
Kerim Frei attempts a cross from the left but the ball drifts out of play for a goal kick.
60 Lovely goal for Everton. Steven Pienaar flicking through a delightful lobbed pass to the onrushing Tim Cahill, whose first time finish wrongfoots Schwarzer and rolls into the corner. Game over.
60 Goal for Everton!! Cahill!!
Duff gets in space down the right, but his cross is cleared by Heitinga at the near post.
It's all gone a bit flat at Goodison. Fulham seem happy with a damage limitation exercise in this half so far.
Moussa Dembele goes down holding his ankle after a tackle by Phil Neville. He stays down momentarily, seemingly in pain, but then quickly gets up. Free-kick Fulham inside their own half.
Jelavic is floored by Hangeland, who simply stood his ground, on the edge of the box. The Everton man wants a free-kick, the referee says no.
A quiet start to the second half with no real chances to speak of.
GeorgiaMae and dad say: "Come on you blue boys! David Moyes made the right decision about making the JellyMan ours!!! Come on Toffees!"
Fulham get the second half underway.
Change for Fulham too: Chris Baird is on for Philippe Senderos.
Change for Everton at the break: Tim Cahill is on for Darron Gibson.
I agree Murphy would give Fulham some control in midfield, even if it was to just keep a clean sheet in the second half.
@Sugoi_Kittan says: "Fulham have not turned up at all today. We don't look like scoring, get Pogrebnyak off and Murphy on and try to stop conceding I say."
Jelavic is indeed looking like a bargain Paul, Moyes once again working wonders with limited resources.
Paul Hill says: "What a buy Jelavic is, a steal at £5.5m. Makes Andy Carroll look like a donkey."
I hope your teacher isn't reading this Charlie!
As Charlie asked so nicely his is the first email to go up at the break: "Cracking game. This Jelavic is the real deal, if he doesn't get his hattrick I'll eat my revision! Come on the Toffees."
What are your thoughts on the half? Let me know via email: Tom.Mallows@bskyb.com or Tweet me @Tom.Mallows.
What a half for Everton, who are complete control. They cannot stop scoring at the moment - 11 goals in their last two and a half games. Fulham are right up against it and need to pull off something spectacular if they are to get anything from this game.
45+2 Half time: Everton 3 Fulham 0
Heitinga does well to clear the corner at the near post.
Dempsey - Fulham's best player by a distance - attempts a shot that takes a deflection and dribbles just wide of Howard's left post.
Two minutes to be added on at the end of this half.
Demspey plays a neat ball looking for Riise down the left but his cross is well blocked by Osman for a corner.
43 Gibson is booked for a rash tackle from behind on Dempsey. Nothing malicious, but it was late.
40 It gets worse and worse for Fulham. Steven Pienaar threads a pass through to Nikica Jelavic, he is taken wide by Mark Schwarzer but checks his run and somehow squirms the ball under the Fulham 'keeper and the man on the line to make it 3-0.
40 Goal for Everton!!! Jelavic!!!
Half-hearted appeals for a penalty when Brede Hangeland grapples with Osman in the box. I think the defender was just too strong for the Everton man there.
Pienaar then puts in a teasing low cross from the left that just evades Fellaini and Jelavic. Fulham all over the place at present.
Osman plays a neat ball down the line towards Hibbert but his cross towards the near post is well claimed by Mark Schwarzer.
What a save Tim Howard!!! Dempsey's shot takes a wicked deflection off Heitinga but a wrong-footed Howard somehow manages to tip the ball onto the crossbar and over for a corner. Top save!
Nice bit of skill by Clint Dempsey, who turns away from Phil Jagielka on the edge of the box but his left-foot shot goes well over the bar.
Everton look in complete control at the moment, calmly stroking the ball around the field.
Distin puts in a teasing low cross from the left but John Arne Riise shows tremendous composure to head the ball back to Mark Schwarzer while virtually on the ground.
Tim Howard then does well to punch the corner clear.
Fulham enjoy their best spell of the game so far, resulting in Duff finding space down the right, but his cross is headed away for a corner.
Tony Hibbert whips in a wonderful cross from the right touchline but Philippe Senderos does just enough to fend off Fellaini in the six-yard box.
Everton come streaming forward again - even Phil Neville - but the Everton skipper is ruled offside as he runs onto Osman's pass.
16 Jelavic isn't made to rue that miss for long. Marouane Fellaini rises highest from a corner to plant a header into the corner of the net - though Damien Duff perhaps could have done better on the line.
16 Goal for Everton!! Fellaini!!
What a chance to make it two! Jelavic finds himself free in the area but his calm finish thumps the outside of the post and bounces clear.
Eagled-eyed Joakim Ellingsen has emailed in noting that Damien Duff is in fact playing - despite what I said earlier. The team-sheet handed to me earlier was wrong, Marcel Gecov the man missing out. Good spot Joakim.
Meanwhile, at the other end John Heitinga fires a 30-yard free-kick well over the bar.
First chance for Fulham at the other end, Kerim Frei firing in a shot that is well tipped over by Tim Howard.
Everton scream for another penalty when Leon Osman sees his run checked in the box. I think the referee made the right call there.
7 He just cannot stop scoring at the moment, Nikica Jelavic sends Mark Schwarzer the wrong way to give Everton the perfect start.
7 Goal for Everton!! Jelavic!!!
Nikica Jelavic's free-kick is blocked by the arm of Pavel Pogrebnyak, penalty to Everton!
Penalty to Everton!!!
Pienaar again cuts in from the left but is tripped by Moussa Dembele. Free-kick to Everton in a dangerous area.
Steven Pienaar looks to chip the ball towards the overlapping Sylvain Distin, but he had just drifted offside.
Darron Gibson attemps a cross from the left, but he over-hits it and the ball goes out for a goal-kick.
Everton get us underway, kicking towards the Park End stand in the first half.
If case you missed it earlier, Martin Jol will not be in the dugout this after due to a chest infection. First-team coach Billy McKinlay will be in charge.
Here come the two teams onto the field....
Not many Fulham fans have made the trip up north this afternoon. I suppose with their record with Goodison, who can blame them?
The home fans give a warm reception to Leighton Baines, who is on the field collecting his PFA left-back of the year award. Baines is the first Everton player to be named in the PFA team of the year since Neville Southall in 1990.
Well Stewart you have made me feel a bit better knowing England isn't the only place to have bad weather recently! Having said that, the sun is out at Goodison, lets hope it stays that way!
Stewart MacLaren from a 'very wet & windy' Torrevieja in Spain says: "Everton will beat Fulham 2-1 this Afternoon at Goodison Park with Goals from Leon Osman & Nikica Jelavic."
Today's game is a notable one for two Everton stalwarts. Midfielder Leon Osman is set to play in his 300th game for the Merseysiders, while Tony Hibbert will be making his 250th Premier League appearance.
Peter Fearon from New Jersey, USA, says: "This is a vital three points for Everton. The one thing we have left at the end of the season is a chance to finish above Liverpool. It's not much but it's something. As Fulham are only two points behind us too it should be an interesting contest. I predict 2-0 to Everton, but we'll need Cahill's help off the bench."
@ZachGell15 says: "I think both sides are strong and both in form, I'm hoping in the summer Everton get hold of Steven Pienaar COYB!!"
If Everton were to hand pick an opponent based on past meetings I think Fulham would be well up there. The Toffees have not conceded a home point against the Cottagers since 1959, with Fulham losing their last 18 matches at Goodison, the longest ever top-flight run of one club losing at a particular ground.
Two London-based Toffees,Oliver and Joel, are the first to email in: "We think Everton will claim a 2-0 win at Goodison today. Jelavic to get the blues an early lead and Pienaar to seal the win with a late goal! COYB!"
If you fancy a flutter on the game Skybet have an Everton win priced at 4/5, the draw 5/2 and a Fulham victory 7/2. Nikica Jelavic is favourite to score first at odds of 4/1.
Don't forget you can have your say on this afternoon's action, what do you think of those two teams? Any score predictions? Thoughts on your side's season? Hopes for the summer? Let me know via email Tom.Mallows@bskyb.com or Tweet me @Tom_Mallows.
Everton name an unchanged side from the one that drew 4-4 at Old Trafford last weekend, meaning Leighton Baines again misses out thanks to a hamstring injury suffered in the FA Cup semi-final. Fulham make two changes, with Kerim Frei and Marcel Gecov in for Damien Duff and Danny Murphy, the latter of whom is on the bench.
A bit of breaking news for you: We understand that Martin Jol will not be in the dugout for Fulham this afternoon after contracting a chest infection. Assistant boss Billy McKinlay will take charge of the team in the Dutchman's absence.
The referee this afternoon is Phil Dowd (Staffordshire).
Fulham subs: Stockdale, Baird, Orlando Sa, Kasami, Murphy, Etuhu, Kacaniklic.
Fulham: Schwarzer, Hughes, Senderos, Hangeland, John Arne Riise, Gecov, Diarra, Dembele, Frei, Dempsey, Pogrebnyak.
Everton subs: Mucha, Stracqualursi, McFadden, Cahill, Gueye, Barkley, Anichebe.
Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Neville, Gibson, Heitinga, Jagielka, Jelavic, Distin, Osman, Pienaar, Fellaini
The two teams are coming right up....
Fulham meanwhile know a win at Goodison Park will see them leapfrog Everton into at least eighth place, with the chance of a top seven finish a real possibility. Martin Jol will be determined for his side to end the campaign on a high.
The Toffees showed considerable chracter to come back twice from two goals behind to secure a 4-4 draw at Old Trafford last week, especially given they were still smarting from their FA Cup semi-final defeat to Liverpool. The chance to finish above their Mersey rivals in the Premier League is what is driving David Moyes' men in their remaining games.
Hello and welcome to this afternoon's coverage of the game at Goodison Park where Everton take on Fulham.