Failing to pick up three points from their latest English Premier League home fixture last weekend, Everton are seeking for redemption when they play host to Stoke City this Saturday, November 30 at Goodison Park. Roberto Martinez's men are hunting for maximum result as they are keen in keeping current mid-top position standings and challenge for European spot by the end of season.
Everton themselves have been performing pretty well so far this season and they obviously want to keep that positive aspect by defeating Stoke. The away side themselves are in a positive mood after last weekend's success in bagging all three points against Sunderland, though acknowledging that they are facing tougher opposition this weekend, but that win surely brought a new sense of confidence for them.
Everton keeping their challenge for top four seat standings in current English Premier League campaign as they bagged a comfortable home win over Stoke City. The home side opened their scoring through Gerard Deulofeu just before half time break. Seamus Colemand extended his team's lead on 49 minutes before Bryan Oviedo and Romelu Lukaku sealed the Toffees 4-0 victory with their goals in that second period.