FT: Everton 1 Norwich 1

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Whistle goes and boos ring out as Norwich claim a 1-1 draw with dramatic late equaliser from Sebastien Bassong.

Apostolos Vellios on for Naismith.

Four minutes of added time.

GOAL - SEBASTIAN BASSONG - Great ball from Garrido is met by Bassong and Howard can't keep it out. Norwich level.

Baines gives away foul 30-yards out - Garrido takes...

Simeon Jackson on for Snodgrass.

Baines takes again, but it is just over the bar.

Tettey booked for breaking too early.

Baines now with a chance from 25-yards, on the right - perfect for the England full-back, but it is charged down.

Bassong is booked for hauling back Oviedo.

Good save from Howard as Whitaker's cross finds Pilkington - but the winger is denied a leveller with a good stop by the American.

Norwich pressure is soaked up and Everton counter, Naismith breaks clear and he looks for Jelavic in the middle but instead of sliding it across he hits it out - poor stuff.

Baines takes, but it is long and Norwich clear their lines.

Mark Bunn replaces the injured Ruddy.

Everton driving forward now and win a corner, but Norwich have to change their keepers.

Getting scrappy now, neither side managing to get their footballing game going at the moment.

Good run into the box by Osman and he is found by Naismith but he fires across goal and wide.

Hoolahan is replaced by Steve Morison.

Almost goal of the season material as Baines waltzes his way into the box before Ruddy denied him with a full-length save and Naismith just missed the chance following in.

Oviedo cuts in from the right, he goes for goal but Ruddy is down well to collect.

Everton now pressing, Pienaar goes for goal but it is blocked and Norwich clear.

Heitinga clears off the line, after Hoolahan got behind defence, found Holt who played in Snodgrass, he beat Howard but the Dutchman was there to clear,

Bradley Johnson is first man into the book for challenge on Oviedo.

Everton are forced to scramble the ball clear after good work down the left from Hoolahan and Pilkington, the ball comes for Snodgrass, he plays it back to Tettey but shot is charged down. Norwich look dangerous on the counter attack.

This time Hitzlsperger puts it in, Whittaker heads away but it comes for Jelavic who fires over from an acute angle.

Everton corner as Johnson heads behind for Norwich. Hitzlsperger and Baines both over it, Taken short and Snodgrass deflects behind for another.

Loose ball from Jelavic allows Norwich to counter through Snodgrass, he looks for Holt in the box but Heitinga does well to head clear.

Great defending from Bassong as he manages to head away a Baines free-kick, the ball comes back in for Distin who rises to win the ball but Ruddy claims it.

Great ball from Whittaker finds Holt clean through on goal, but Howard is off his line quickly to deny the visitors an equaliser. Everton have not got going in the second-half so far.

Heitinga gives away another free-kick, this time on the edge of the box - Pilkington takes and Howard has to be at his best to parry it away.

Best Everton move of the half so far as Baines drives inside, finds Pienaar, he lays it off to Osman - but instead of taking on the shot he tries to play in Naismith who is offside.

Good play down Norwich left from Garrido and Pilkington, it comes back for Johnson - he plays a first time ball into the box but Distin heads clear.

Game stopped as Holt is down holding his head after Distin challenge, which was fair.

Heitinga concedes free-kick 35-yards from goal. Snodgrass and Pilkington over it. The latter takes, Heitinga heads away but only as far as Tettey but his effort is way over the bar.

Early pressure from Norwich at the start of the second-half.

Norwich re-start us here, now kicking left to right - neither side has made a change.

Teams are back out...

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Whistle goes and Everton deservedly lead at the break through Steven Naismith's early goal.

Snodgrass wins free-kick in dangerous position wide on the right. Chance to put this into the area. The Scot is over it, but the ball in it is poor and is harmlessly over the back of the defence.

Great play between Pienaar and Osman, a flick from South African releases the England midfielder but wastes another chance as he shoots straight at Ruddy, should have done better with that.

Snodgrass takes and Bassong rises, but it is wide - best chance so far for the visitors.

Holt does well to hold off Jagielka, he finds Hoolahan, but Everton clear. Norwich maintain the pressure and win a corner.

Everton win a corner as Bassong pokes it behind. Baines takes the in-swinger - Jelavic plants his header just wide but whistle had already gone for a free-kick to Norwich.

Great keeping from Ruddy as he is off his line quickly to the feet of Naismith to deny the Scot a second.

Another half chance for Osman as Norwich clearance falls for him on the edge of the box but he can only find Ruddy with his shot.

Good run from Whittaker down the right and Tettey looks for ball over the top, but it is too strong. Wasted chance.

Good challenge from Bassong to stop Baines as he is on a charge, Jelavic them flys in with a wide looking challenge. Seemingly fortunate not to see a card.

More excellent work from Oviedo as he finds Naismith with a lovely ball, he looks for run of Jevlavic - but the Croat is flagged for offside.

Great chance for Norwich as Holt barges his way through a couple of challenges, it comes for him on the edge of the box but he lashes it high and wide.

Better possession from Norwich, they haven't stopped trying to play football - but Everton remain untroubled with Tim Howard a spectator thus far.

Unsure work from Distin as he just about gets the ball back to Howard with Holt almost latching onto back pass.

More good work from Baines as he drills a cross into the six-yard box but Jelavic just can't get a touch.

Big claims for a penalty as Baines looks for run of Naismith, Tettey slides in but nothing is given.

Everton should be 2-0 up. Great run from Baines as he drives into the box, his shot is parried by Ruddy but Osman can only find the top of the net as he volleyed his shot into the ground.

Norwich look for a quick reply and a win a corner. Pilkington to take, but Naismith flicks the ball away and Everton clear.

GOAL - STEVEN NAISMITH - The Scottish forward fires home from eight yards after great work down the left from Oviedo, who was found by wonderful ball over the top from Hitzlsperger.

Nice reverse ball from Pienaar finds Jagielka on the right, he cuts back and with the outside of his foot plays dangerous ball into the box for Jelavic, who wins it but sends it wide.

Loose play from Everton allows Norwich to counter through Tettey, he find Snodgrass - he earns a free-kick which Norwich will play into the box. Snodgrass takes but it is poor and Osman heads away.

Good run from Pilkington down the left, he lays it back for Garrido - but his cross is over-hit and Baines clears.

Strong challenge, but a fair one, from Bassong and Pienaar is down needing treatment.

Heitinga breaks from the back looks for Naismith, he turns 30-yards out but is closed down well by the visitors and chance is gone.

Early chance for Everton, good work from Naismith - he works the ball back for Osman who curls his effort just wide of Ruddy's far post.

Interesting to note that Phl Jagielka has started at right-back for Everton.

Everton gets us underway kicking from left to right.

Players are out and shaking hand, kick-off just moments away.

Plenty of feedback still heading my way, thank again - and mainly Evertonians in confident mood, including one who I am a bit jealous of considering my fingers are turning to ice. "This is Stewart MacLaren from a bright & breezy Torrevieja in Spain saying that Everton will beat Norwich 3-1 at Goodison Park this afternoon with goals from Leighton Baines, Leon Osman & Nikica Jelavic."

A very cold Goodison Park today, players just returning to the dressing rooms now - kick-off just 15-minutes away.

Thanks for the feedback already, plenty of confident Everton's fans despite being a bit understrength today - Conrad Murphy has mailed in to say: "Everton without Fellaini & Mirallas still too strong at home for Norwich, tight affair but Everton shading it by a goal."

Everton: Howard, Jagielka, Baines, Heitinga, Distin, Naismith, Oviedo, Hitzlsperger, Osman, Pienaar, Jelavic. Subs: Mucha, Duffy, Hibbert, Gueye, Barkley, Vellios, Kennedy

Norwich: Ruddy, Garrido, Bassong, R.Bennett, Whittaker, Pilkington, Johnson, Tettey, Snodgrass, Hoolahan, Holt. Subs: Bunn, L.Bennett, Tierney, Howson, E. Bennett, Morison, Jackson

Team news is filtering through, Everton hand a first start to Costa Rican Bryan Oviedo.

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