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Thursday 18 September K.O. 20:05

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Cup Final Stats Bonanza

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Cup Final Stats Bonanza
Stories of the Era

There have been eight hat-tricks in matches between the sides, the most recent of the three scored by Everton being the five goals netted by Dixie Dean in the opening 32 minutes of the match at Goodison in November 1931.

Chelsea have netted five trebles, two in the post-War era via Roy Bentley (at Stamford Bridge in 1956) and Gordon Davies (at Goodison in December 1984).

There have been no FA Cup hat-tricks in matches between the sides.

There have been 20 hat tricks in FA Cup matches involving Everton, with the most recent for the Toffees - and the only one in the post-War era - being Graeme Sharp's treble at Sheffield Wednesday in January 1988. 

The last hat trick against Everton was Ian Storey-Moore's for Nottingham Forest at the City Ground in April 1967.

Chelsea's most recent FA Cup hat trick was scored by Nicolas Anelka against Watford in February 2009.  

The last treble against the Londoners in the competition was scored by Davy Walsh for West Brom in 1949.

The FA Cup scoring records of Everton players who may appear on Saturday (figures in brackets number of goals at Everton): Louis Saha 8 (1), Tim Cahill 6 (3), Leon Osman 3 (3), Joleon Lescott 1 (1), Dan Gosling 1 (1), Jack Rodwell 1 (1), Marouane Fellaini 1 (1), Phil Neville 1 (0).

Of those likely to play on Saturday, Louis Saha has four career goals against the London club for Fulham and Manchester United, including a goal for the latter last season.

In addition Joseph Yobo, James Vaughan and Tim Cahill have scored against Chelsea at Everton, while Phil Neville's first career goal was against Chelsea for Manchester United in 1998.

The goalscoring records against Everton of those Chelsea players who may appear on Saturday are (figures in brackets goals scored when with Chelsea):  Nicolas Anelka 7 (0), Frank Lampard 5 (5), Didier Drogba 4 (4), Michael Essien 2 (2), Michael Ballack 1 (1), John Terry 1 (1).

If Nicolas Anelka scores on Saturday then the Frenchman will become the first player in history to score against Everton for five different clubs, following previous strikes for Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Bolton.

Remarkably, all the 12 "goals" netted by Everton players - eight during normal playing time and the four in the penalty shoot-out against Manchester United - have come from 12 different players:  Osman, Lescott, Gosling, Rodwell, Arteta, Cahill, Fellaini and Saha in open play and Baines, Neville, Vaughan and Jagielka against Manchester United. 

In fact this season the Toffees' 11 goals during open play in all cup competitions have come from different players, as the three scorers in the UEFA Cup were Yakubu, Castillo and Jagielka.  The tally of 11 for one campaign equals a club record set originally in 1987/88 and equalled in 1990/91 and 1998/99.       

Frank Lampard senior scored the winning goal for West Ham against Everton in their 1980 FA Cup semi final replay and the Lampards remain the only father and son to score against Everton in the competition.

david bretlandwe all love the history off are club but this bit off history is your to change in davey and his players we trust good luck as if you need it

Thursday 28th May 19:53 Report Comment

alan bucklewe had not won for 43 years but we beat fulham so we can beat chelsea ,that year we won the f a cup so we will win.

Thursday 28th May 08:34 Report Comment
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