Everton vs Man City LIVE: Latest Premier League updates

Everton will be tough, anything can happen – Guardiola

Follow live coverage as Everton take on Manchester City in the Premier League today.

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, with his sights set on next week’s Champions League semi-final second leg against Real Madrid, made four changes for the trip to Everton.

Kevin De Bruyne, John Stones, Jack Grealish and Bernardo Silva remained on the bench after the 1-1 draw at the Bernabéu, with Aymeric Laporte, Riyad Mahrez, Julian Alvarez and Phil Foden coming on.

Everton made a forced substitution from Monday’s upset 5-1 win at Brighton with Mason Holgate coming on for absent left-back Vitalii Mykolenko.

We’ll bring you all of today’s game action and updates on the live blog below:


Everton vs Manchester City

Another corner for City and this one takes it short. It eventually worked back to Gundogan to the left, but his deep cross flies straight out of play. The visitors struggle to find their rhythm here.


Everton vs Manchester City

Foden lunges left once more, but Gueye steps back with him to block the cross. Haaland is unmarked as he waits for the corner kick to come, but Álvarez shoots it straight into the roof of the net.


Everton vs Manchester City


Everton vs Manchester City

City continue to dominate possession here, but without showing too much of a threat in the final third. Foden tries to select Alvarez at the far post, but McNeil deflects it away before Gueye clears Mahrez’s follow-up.


Everton vs Manchester City

It’s a poor clearance attempt by McNeil, and Mahrez holds on to it before returning it to the far post. Akanji nods at Gundogan, but can’t command his feet in time to fire from close range.


Everton vs Manchester City

As City wait to take a throw-in, Mina falls to the ground in the box. She had her arms around Laporte, who then slapped the Colombian’s hands. The ref has a word with both of us, and then we can continue.


Everton vs Manchester City

City are targeting Everton’s left-back as their best option to get into the box. Holgate is taken out of the game by a pass from Mahrez to Álvarez, but his return is blocked by Tarkowski.


Everton vs Manchester City


Everton vs Manchester City

City have won their last five Premier League away games against Everton, as many as in their previous 26 visits to Goodison Park (D7 L14). They could become only the second team to win six straight away games against the Toffees, after Portsmouth between 1948 and 1956.


Everton vs Manchester City

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