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Sigurdsson shines in return to starting XI as Everton dispatch Crystal Palace

Following last week's humilating defeat at Arsenal, Everton responded with a resounding win over Crystal Palace.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley takes a look at all of the Saturday results from week 27 in the Premier League, highlighted by Tottenham's win over Arsenal.

Everton made an encouraging first step in atoning for the Arsenal debacle last week as a more positive setup eased the home side to a 3-1 win against Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Both teams meandered through a goalless opening half before a five-minute blitz after the interval saw Gylfi Sigurdsson and Oumar Niasse hand Everton a two-goal lead. Tom Davies added a third as the hosts scored more than twice in a match for the first time in 10 games prior to the visitors grabbing a penalty consolation.

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Sam Allardyce needs to stop the negativity at Everton and prove himself

Sam Allardyce points the finger at his players after Everton were played off the pitch in a 5-1 loss at Arsenal.

Everton manager Sam Allardyce has managed seven Premier League clubs across a managerial career spanning more than 1,000 matches in English football. His current job is the biggest and toughest club job he has taken in that time, but it should also be the most exciting.

With Everton's spending this season netting out at around £200 million, the one-time England manager has a chance to finally dispel the longstanding criticism directed toward his agricultural brand of football and cautious approach.

Allardyce...

Sam Allardyce completely outclassed as Everton embarrassed by Gunners

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goal on his Arsenal debut was upstaged by Aaron Ramsey's hat trick as the Gunners thrashed Everton at the Emirates.
Sam Allardyce points the finger at his players after Everton were played off the pitch in a 5-1 loss at Arsenal.

When Everton manager Sam Allardyce joined in November, majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri praised his strong leadership, great motivation, and ability to get the best out of players.

But a 5-1 drubbing at Arsenal on Saturday showed that Allardyce is failing on all fronts. Only self-preservation exists where leadership should as Allardyce accepts praise for wins but blames players for defeats.

There is also no motivation, as there is no incentive for players to perform. Players move in and out of...

 By Michael Cox

Arsenal boosted by Aubameyang's dream debut and Ramsey hat trick

Arsenal were in scintillating form as Everton were swept aside at the Emirates.
Arsenal were in scintillating form as Everton were swept aside at the Emirates.
Arsenal were in scintillating form as Everton were swept aside at the Emirates.
Arsenal were in scintillating form as Everton were swept aside at the Emirates.
Arsenal were in scintillating form as Everton were swept aside at the Emirates.

LONDON -- Three points on Arsenal 5-1 Everton in the Premier League on Saturday evening.

1. Arsenal bounce back in style

For all the excitement over the arrivals of Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, coupled with the welcome news that Mesut Ozil has committed his long-term future to the club, it's worth remembering that Arsenal desperately needed a victory here. Six points behind Tottenham and eight points off the Champions League places, and recent defeats to Bournemouth and...

Ex-Gunner Theo Walcott gives Everton hope to end long winless run at Arsenal

Sam Allardyce says Arsenal's tendency to over commit players going forward will leave opportunities for Everton to exploit on the attack at the Emirates.

When Everton travel to Arsenal on Saturday, the teams might wish to compare notes as both meander their way through disappointing domestic campaigns ahead of a potentially pivotal summer and ongoing doubts over their respective managers.

Neither team has lived up to expectation and current form reflects the lack of consistency. Everton beat Leicester 2-1 in midweek but had won none of their seven previous games; Arsenal lost 3-1 at Swansea and have won only one of their last five league games.

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Marco Silva the right man to fix Everton after season to forget

Theo Walcott scored his first two goals for Everton as they held off a late charge from Leicester to win 2-1 at Goodison Park.
Sam Allardyce says Arsenal's tendency to over commit players going forward will leave opportunities for Everton to exploit on the attack at the Emirates.

When Theo Walcott volleyed his second goal past Kasper Schmeichel on Tuesday night, the Goodison Park faithful could have been excused a double take. His match-winning contribution against Leicester City meant that in his first two games for Everton, Walcott had scored twice, and assisted a game-saving equaliser for Oumar Niasse against West Brom.

After such a dismal, directionless six months for the club there was, at last, the sense of something going right.

Nothing about this season has gone...