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"David Moyes saw his side lose more League games than they won last season (won 14, lost 16). The Toffees were also involved in more single goal games than any other club in the highest echelon. They achieved 1-0 wins 10 times, and lost by the same margin four times.

 

The Toffees hold a 100% Premiership record over Watford, having completed the 'double' over the Hornets in 1999/2000. They also hold a perfect home League record against them of seven victories out of seven, since hostilities began on 15 January 1983."

 

on the plus side they tip us for a top six finish! that makes a change.

 

 

BBC Sport verdict: Were unable to match the heady heights of 2004/05 last season, but boss David Moyes will want better this term.

 

New signings Andrew Johnson, Joleon Lescott and Tim Howard bolster a squad which already has plenty of talent.

 

If Moyes can find the right blend, a top-six place should be their aim.

 

Key man: Andrew Johnson. His strike partnership with James Beattie is vital to their chances of reaching Europe.

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"David Moyes saw his side lose more League games than they won last season (won 14, lost 16). The Toffees were also involved in more single goal games than any other club in the highest echelon. They achieved 1-0 wins 10 times, and lost by the same margin four times.

 

The Toffees hold a 100% Premiership record over Watford, having completed the 'double' over the Hornets in 1999/2000. They also hold a perfect home League record against them of seven victories out of seven, since hostilities began on 15 January 1983."

 

on the plus side they tip us for a top six finish! that makes a change.

BBC Sport verdict: Were unable to match the heady heights of 2004/05 last season, but boss David Moyes will want better this term.

 

New signings Andrew Johnson, Joleon Lescott and Tim Howard bolster a squad which already has plenty of talent.

 

If Moyes can find the right blend, a top-six place should be their aim.

 

Key man: Andrew Johnson. His strike partnership with James Beattie is vital to their chances of reaching Europe.

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:D think we can do it java just depends on what kind of start we have, lets hope its not like last term ;)

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