All the pre-season fixtures and results for the Premier League teams ahead of the start of the new 2013/14 campaign.
Fernando Torres scored his first Premier League goal of 2013 as Chelsea marked Rafael Benitez’s last game as manager by securing third place and Champions League football for next season with a thrilling victory over Everton.
Everton gave their departing manager David Moyes the perfect send-off with a convincing victory over West Ham in his final match at Goodison Park.
Liverpool and Everton played out a dull Merseyside derby draw which is likely to ensure the Toffees finish higher than the Reds in the Premier League.
Everton stayed in the running for a place in Europe next season after victory over Fulham at Goodison Park.
Paolo Di Canio’s fruitful reign as Sunderland manager continues as his team beat Everton 1-0 to move closer to survival.
Arsenal’s four-match winning run in the Premier League ends with a goalless draw against Everton at Emirates Stadium.
Everton scored either side of half-time to maintain their European challenge and push Queens Park Rangers closer to relegation from the Premier League.
Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a late equaliser for Tottenham against Everton to cap a riveting match between two Champions League hopefuls.
Kevin Mirallas’s stunning solo goal maintained Everton’s hopes of European qualification, while pushing Stoke closer to the drop zone.
Everton beat Manchester City 2-0 despite having Steven Pienaar sent off, though the visitors were wrongly denied a late penalty at 1-0.
Three goals inside four minutes in the first half swept Wigan into their first FA Cup semi-final at the expense of a shocked Everton.
Everton breathed new life into their push for a European place with a comfortable win which increased Reading’s relegation worries.
Everton win 3-1 to end League One Oldham’s FA Cup run and seal a last-eight tie against Premier League rivals Wigan.
Grant Holt’s injury-time strike earned Norwich a first Premier League win in 10 games as they scored twice in the final six minutes to beat Everton.
Manchester United extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to 12 points with a routine victory over Everton at Old Trafford.
Marouane Fellaini struck in injury time to rescue a point for top-four hopefuls Everton against struggling Aston Villa.
Leighton Baines scored two first-half goals as Everton boosted their top-four hopes with a narrow win over West Brom.
Johnny Heitinga’s injury-time goal enabled Everton to overcome battling Bolton and book a place in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Mauricio Pochettino’s Southampton managerial career got off to a promising start as an entertaining game with Everton ended goalless.