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Oumar Niasse's resurgence continues as Everton steal a point at Palace

Crystal Palace and Everton traded first-half goals in a 2-2 draw to each earn a point in their scrap among the bottom.
Crystal Palace and Everton traded first-half goals in a 2-2 draw to each earn a point in their scrap among the bottom.
David Unsworth hails the effort of his Everton players after they fought back to earn a draw at Crystal Palace.

A scarcely deserved 2-2 draw at bottom of the table Crystal Palace demonstrated the many issues afflicting Everton and helped explain how this team has gone 10 months and 14 games without a Premier League away win.

Everton managed to concede from their kickoff within 51 seconds and spent much of the remaining 90 minutes making the home side look like world-beaters. Only thanks to Oumar Niasse, favourable refereeing and a Palace defence as porous as their own did the visitors salvage a point.

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Default choice David Unsworth must move quickly to drag Everton from trouble

The FC crew discuss whether Everton can win at Crystal Palace and all the other weekend fixtures.
The FC crew discuss whether Everton can win at Crystal Palace and all the other weekend fixtures.

Everton ending the international break without a permanent successor to Ronald Koeman merely paints a more daunting picture for any prospective new manager, should the club hierarchy continue their search and appoint one in the near future.

Echoing the challenge already facing caretaker manager David Unsworth, upcoming fixture congestion means there is a need for results and tangible improvement in several areas but little time to implement progress or ideas outside of the actual matches. Everton...

Leighton Baines: Everton must use big win to climb the Premier League table

English Premier League: Leighton Baines (90'+1) Everton 3-2 Watford
David Unsworth savours Everton's last-gasp victory over Watford and addresses the future of the club's managerial vacancy.

Everton defender Leighton Baines reflects on the club's start to the season, and their hopes of climbing the Premier League table, in a guest column for ESPN FC.

I have been involved in the game for long enough to know that any win in the Premier League is special, but it's fair to say our dramatic 3-2 comeback victory against Watford on Sunday had extra significance; not just because of the manner in which it was achieved but also for what it could mean for our season.

Having started the day in...

Tired Sam Allardyce not right for Everton, but Sean Dyche has hunger

Steve Nicol feels Sam Allardyce would bring both the grit and style which are necessary to improve the United States.
Don Hutchison explains why he believes Everton need a manager like David Unsworth or Sean Dyche to bring exciting football back to Goodison Park.

Unless it transpires that the dramatic 3-2 comeback against Watford last weekend was enough to secure the Everton job for interim boss David Unsworth, after three straight defeats and the sacking of Ronald Koeman, it seems that the race for the permanent position is between two men.

One is Sam Allardyce: universally recognised as the authority in relegation dogfights and helpfully available after quitting Crystal Palace in May having kept them up in his five-month spell in charge.

The other is Sean...

Oumar Niasse provides the spark in Everton's comeback win over Watford

David Unsworth savours Everton's last-gasp victory over Watford and addresses the future of the club's managerial vacancy.

Everton overcame a two-goal deficit to edge out Watford 3-2 and earn their first win in nine matches. This dramatic victory ended a five-game losing streak and handed caretaker manager David Unsworth his first win on his fourth attempt.

The health and well-being of supporters notwithstanding, Everton needs more performances like this one where they salvaged three points from 102 nerve-shredding, and occasionally indescribable, minutes of football.

It was not pretty -- in truth, parts of this match...