Everton made 100 passes in the final third at Goodison, compared to Liverpool's 63. That is perhaps one of the most telling statistics. Over a third more passes patiently plugging away outside Liverpool's area waiting for an opening. Gerrard was angered by his team's disallowed goal, but Everton's players can feel aggrieved their derby effort yielded only a point.The Blues have also gone 1-0 down in their last five games now, and the last four of those have ultimately ended in draws.
The team is playing good football, and we need to convert that into points, as Phil Neville acknowledged after the Fulham game.Evertonians know this is one of the best teams we have had in recent times, and what this team is capable of. It will be interesting to see how the games running up to Christmas pan out and whether the team can deliver the results the fans crave. If they can, who knows where it might take us?
The information will be straightforward and simple to digest, making it easier for you to know when to buy for that important upcoming fixture. The bulletin will explain which games are on sale and to which groups of fans. Welcome to today's ticket bulletin. 10 November 3pmSunderland (H).click hereOn general sale now.