Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace Highlights
Crystal Palace claimed their first win of the season as they extended Everton’s winless league streak at Goodison Park to four matches.
The visitors had to come from behind after Romelu Lukaku fired in to reward Everton for their early dominance.
But Palace equalised through a Mile Jedinak penalty before Fraizer Campbell’s header and Yannick Bolasie’s low shot put them firmly in control.
A Leighton Baines penalty gave Everton hope but Palace held on for the win.
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Venue: Goodison Park
Date: Sunday, 21 September, 2014
Kick off: 16:00 GMT
Crystal Palace have recorded three wins from five Premier League encounters at Goodison Park, compared to Everton’s two.
Jason Puncheon, Scott Dann and Cameron Jerome all scored in Palace’s 3-2 win on Merseyside last season, with Steven Naismith and Kevin Mirallas replying for the Toffees.
Prior to the Premier League era, Everton had never lost in nine home games against the Eagles, winning five.
Andrew Johnson rejoined Crystal Palace in the transfer window. The striker originally left the Eagles for Everton in 2006, in an £8.6m deal.
The Toffees are without a home win in their last three league games, a run that dates back to last season, and have conceded 11 goals in the process.
Roberto Martinez’s men have won only three of their last nine league matches.
All of Everton’s last five Premier League victories have come when they have kept a clean sheet.
The Toffees took 15 points from a possible 30 in games following the Europa League the last time they were in the competition in 2009-10 (W4, D3, L3).
Everton have been in front at half-time in three of their four games but gone on to win only one of them.
Going into the weekend, Palace are one of five teams still to win a Premier League game this season.
Palace are without a league win in seven matches (D4, L3) dating back to last season. They have conceded 15 goals during this run.
The Eagles’ are unbeaten since Neil Warnock took charge, drawing against Newcastle (3-3) and Burnley (0-0), two of the three sides below Palace in the league table.
Palace have scored a total of 13 goals in their last six Premier League away games; they had scored only six in their previous 15 on the road.
The south-east London club took just two points from six games played on a Sunday last season.
Jason Puncheon has played twice at Goodison Park in the Premier League and scored on both occasions.