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Match Previews

Match Preview: Everton U21s v Fleetwood Town

26 November 2019

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Fleetwood Town travel to Goodison Park on Tuesday evening to face Everton’s U21s in the knockout stages of the Trophy, with the match kicking off at 19:45.

Fixture: Everton U21s v Fleetwood Town

Competition: Trophy (First Knockout Round)

Date: Tuesday 26 November 2019

Kick-Off: 19:45

Venue: Goodison Park, Goodison Road, Liverpool, L4 4EL

Match officials: Michael Salisbury (Referee), Ian Smedley and Richard Woodward (Assistants), Darren Handley (Fourth official)

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The Toffees topped their Trophy group with six points after three games, winning two of those (one being on penalties), and losing the other on penalties.

In their first match against Mansfield Town, the game ended one a piece meaning it went to penalties to see who would claim the extra point on the night. Everton won 4-1 to go top of the group standings.

Everton’s next opponents were League One side, Burton Albion at the Pirelli Stadium. David Unsworth side scored early on thanks to Ellis Simms strike, then doubled their lead just before the hour mark through Anthony Evans.

And in the final match, the match finished 2-2 against League Two side Crewe Alexandra, with £13 million pound man, Oumar Niasse bagging a brace. Everton lost the extra point on penalties.

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Fleetwood made it through to the knockout stages after beating Oldham Athletic 5-2 at Highbury earlier this month. Goals from Josh Morris, Wes Burns, Peter Clarke, Jake Sowerby and Paddy Madden helped secure the three points.

In Town’s other two matches, they faced Leicester City’s U21s and Accrington Stanley. Against the Foxes it ended 1-1, with Matt Gilks being the hero on the night to give the Cod Army their first points of the campaign after a narrow loss to Accrington in the first match.

Fleetwood’s head coach Joey Barton saw his side beat Tranmere Rovers at the weekend to keep their impressive home record going, with Josh Morris scoring a stunning free-kick, and Madden doing what he does best inside the 18-yard box.

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Niasse started off his footballing career at US Ouakam – a Senegalese football club based in Dakar – before moving to Turkish side, Akhisar Belediyespor where he scored on his debut, netting 15 goals in all competitions.

Lokomotiv Moscow came calling for the forward in 2014, paying just over £5 million for his services, and that was paid back when he scored the all important equaliser in the 2015 Russian Cup Final against Kuban Kransnodar, which saw his side go on to win 3-1 in extra-time.

After only two years in Russia, Niasse joined Everton for £13.5m on a four-and-a-half year contract. It hasn’t been the move he would have hoped for when the transfer took place, but his two goals away a Crewe in this competition helped them finish top.

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Can't make the game on Tuesday night? Well don't worry as we have it covered just for you!

Fleetwood Town fans around the world, and in the United Kingdom, will be able to stream the match for just £10 through iFollow. This means that you will get the stream the game live, whilst listening to full-match commentary in the comfort of your own home.

If you want to know more about iFollow, and find out ways to support the Cod Army, click HERE.

Any further questions on iFollow Fleetwood, please contact, or email the EFL on

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Joey Barton spoke to the media on Friday afternoon ahead of the game, and you can listen to the full interview on iFollow.

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Joey Barton and his side make the first trip down the motorway to Goodison Park on Tuesday evening, and you can watch the match for as little as £10, with coach travel costing just £5 for Onward Card holders, and just £5 for a matchday ticket. Why not taken advantage of the offer?

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults – £5

Concessions - £3

Coach travel is just £5 for Onward Card holders, with the price £10 for all other supporters.

To book your travel, please contact the ticket office on 01253 775080, or visit the club shop at Highbury Stadium.

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Fleetwood Town are favourites to progress into the next round, and you can back that up with the 13/10 odds with our betting partners, SkyBet.

If you think Town will win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 against Everton, you will get odds of 11/4.

For both teams to score in both halves of the match at Goodison Park, the current odds are 13/2.

For more odds on SkyBet, click HERE. Please remember to bet and gamble responsibly.

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Match Reports

Report: Cod Army progress in Trophy after victory at Everton

26 November 2019

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Fleetwood Town made it through to the last 16 of the Trophy on Tuesday night after a comfortable 4-0 victory over Everton U21s.

Danny Andrew’s second minute strike as well as goals from Paul Coutts, substitute Paddy Madden and Wes Burns secured a safe passage for Joey Barton’s side, under the lights at Goodison Park.

It proved to be a thoroughly professional performance from the Cod Army, with the end result never in doubt, with goalkeeper Billy Crellin keeping a second clean sheet in three games.  

Fleetwood could not have wished for a brighter start, and went ahead inside two minutes, through an Andrew strike, from the edge of the box after Coutts picked him out from a corner. The defender volleyed in to set the tone for a bright evening on Merseyside.

Minutes later, the home side had a half chance of their own, as a good run by Dennis Adeniran ended with Anthony Gordon, who’s touch went out for a goal kick.

The Cod Army could have been celebrating a second goal just shy of the quarter of an hour mark, after Ched Evans headed over from an Andrew free-kick. A decent chance.

The home side responded well to going behind, and tried to put the visitors under pressure in the middle of the park, enjoying possession high up the pitch.

Everton had another chance to respond shortly after, with striker Oumar Niasse, as he found an opportunity to strike, but his shot was watched wide by Crellin.

Just before half an hour, Andrew had a chance for his second, from a free-kick, as he drilled a ball goal bound which deflected off the wall and just wide of the wrong-footed Harry Tyrer.

The last action of a scrappy first period involved Andrew and Ashley Hunter, who linked up well, before the 24-year-old drilled in a low ball which Tyrer was able to collect.

The second half began in the same manner as the first, with Town on the front foot and the hosts weathering a storm from the men in red, who enjoyed the majority of possession.

Burns found space to run past Ryan Astley before he dug out a cross before Lewis Gibson cleared the danger.

Not long after, Town looked dangerous from a free-kick again, this time it was Andrew’s ball in, before Tyrer plucked the ball out of mid-air, under some pressure from Evans.

Next, it was Everton’s Evans who had a chance from a free kick, but the youngster sent his free-kick onto the post and then wide of Crellin’s far post.

Fifteen minutes from time, the result was safe for the visitors, after a fierce low strike from captain Coutts to push the game beyond any doubt. A finish and a first goal for the Cods.

Soon after, it was three for the Cod Army with a good attacking move finished by substitute, Madden who rounded Tyrer before firing into the top right corner of the net.

Burns added to the rout as he finished well from Lewie Coyle’s through ball, it what was a quality final goal for Barton’s side.

Fleetwood now turn their attention to the FA Cup this weekend, with a trip to Sky Bet League Two Crawley Town on Sunday.

Everton U21 XI: Tyrer (GK), Niasse, Bannigme (Onyango 42’) (Charsley 70’), Adeniran, Gibson (C), Astley, Foulds, Evans, Gordon, Markelo, Ouzounidis.

 Subs not used: Hansen (GK), Denny, Mampala, Simms, Anderson.

 Town XI: Crellin, Coyle, Andrew, Clarke, Burns, Evans (Madden 77’), McAleny (Dempsey 61’), Dunne, Coutts (C), Hunter (Morris 61’), Sowerby.

 Subs not used: Cairns (GK), Souttar, Southam-Hales, Sheron

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Ticket News

Ticket and travel from just £10 for trip to Goodison Park

25 November 2019

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Cod Army supporters can grab a ticket and coach travel from just £10 for Tuesday night’s Trophy match against Everton U21s.

Joey Barton’s side head to Goodison Park in the last 32 of the competition, with the final at Wembley Stadium just four victories away!

Tickets can be purchased on the night from the Goodison Park ticket office, with prices as follows:

Adults - £5

Concessions - £3

Coach travel is also available from the club for the fixture, with the price just £5 for Onward Card holders and £10 for all other supporters.

To book coach travel, visit the ticket office at Highbury Stadium or call 01253 775080.

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