Two of the clubs jostling for European qualification in the Premier League come face-to-face at Goodison Park on Wednesday, January 30.Everton welcome West Bromwich Albion with both managers desperate for a win to bolster their late season push.David Moyes has seen his team limp to two consecutive draws in their last two league fixtures, while it took a last minute winner from the unlikely source of Johnny Heitinga to help the Toffees squeeze past Bolton Wanderers in the F.A. Cup on Saturday. At least they didn’t suffer the same fate as Liverpool!
It’s been a week of mixed fortunes for the Everton boss. Their disappointing performance at Southampton was tempered by the theft of a valuable league point from the south coast. Moyes was boosted by the return of Belgian Kevin Mirallas, who has been sorely missed during his enforced absence due to a hamstring injury.