After the furor surrounding the politics in football, when FIFA decided on Russia to host the 2018 World Cup, football returns to the pitch and to its purest form. On the first week of a busy December in the Premiership, Everton will travel to West London, to Stamford Bridge to take on the champions - Chelsea.
Everton did not have a great November, failing to win a single match out of the five they played. They drew three and lost two, with second of the two loses coming against West Brom at the Goodison Park, where they were crushed 4-1. The blue half of Merseyside saw their team pummel down in the second half, after Mikel Arteta's sending off gave them no chance to grab anything from the game. >>> continue reading. <<<.