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Highlights Everton 3-1 Crystal Palace February 10, 2018

Everton edged a competitive first 45 minutes but nearly went behind in added time when Palace striker Christian Benteke headed the best chance of the half wide.

But they added end product to their endeavour after the break, with Gylfi Sigurdsson driving home via a deflection and Oumar Niasse guiding in a headed second less than six minutes after the break.

Benteke and debutant Alexander Sorloth each almost got Palace back into the game with headers but it was the home side who continued to dictate play and Tom Davies sealed the win from six yards.

Allardyce lost defenders Eliaquim Mangala and Seamus Coleman to injuries but even when Luka Milivojevic punished an Ashley Williams handball from the penalty spot, Palace never looked like creating a frantic finish.

The Eagles were simply bettered on Merseyside and now sit 14th, just two points above the relegation zone.

Related: Click here to watch the First Half and Second Half

Also: View the link to watch more matches of Everton and Crystal Palace

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