Sitting just outside of top four seat in current English Premier League standings, Everton are keen on pushing for maximum result as they host Fulham this weekend. Having been performing consistently well up till now, The Toffees obviously won't be keen in seeing themselves suffering from a disappointment this Saturday, December 14, especially since they are playing in front of their loyal home crowd.
As for Fulham, they are also keen on picking up maximum result and continuing their revival mission after last weekend's success in beating Aston Villa. Currently stuck in that bottom three seat, the Cottagers will be hoping to come away with something from Everton as it should help their mission in moving up into the standings.
The Toffees temporarily got themselves sitting into top four seat in current English Premier League standings, after grabbing all three points against Fulham. Playing in front of their home crowd, Everton got in front through Leon Osman on 18 minutes. The away side did managed to level things on 67 minutes when Dimitar Berbatov converting from the spot kick.
The host continue their attacking game and eventually regaining their lead with an effort from Seamus Coleman on 73 minutes, which was soon followed with another goal, coming from Gareth Bary on 84 minutes. Everton sealed their home victory with a fourth goal, which was netted by Kevin Mirallas in stoppage time.