home team
Lookman (62', 62') Sambou (69', 69') Dowell (75', 75') Calvert-Lewin (87', 87')
4
Sterling (72', 72')
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away team
Lookman (62', 62') Sambou (69', 69') Dowell (75', 75') Calvert-Lewin (87', 87')
Sterling (72', 72')
Monday 10 April 2017, 19:00 Merseyrail Community Stadium
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  • Everton U23
  • Charsley replaces Besic 45'
    Charsley replaces Besic 45'
  • Lookman 62'
    Lookman 62'
  • Sambou replaces Lookman 65'
    Sambou replaces Lookman 65'
    Sambou 69'
    Sambou 69'
  • Dowell 75'
    Dowell 75'
  • Henen replaces Dowell 85'
    Henen replaces Dowell 85'
    Calvert-Lewin 87'
    Calvert-Lewin 87'
  • Tottenham Hotspur U23
  • Sterling replaces Will Miller 69'
    Sterling replaces Will Miller 69'
  • Sterling 72'
    Sterling 72'
  • Trialist 77'
    Trialist 77'
    Bennetts replaces Trialist 77'
    Bennetts replaces Trialist 77'
  • Marsh replaces Goddard 82'
    Marsh replaces Goddard 82'
Min By Min
Lineups
Report

Starting XI - Everton U23: Hewelt, Kenny, Feeney, Galloway, Robinson, Dowell, Lookman, Besic, Williams, Walsh, Calvert-Lewin Tottenham Hotspur U23: Glover, Tanganga, Maghoma, Trialist, Eyoma, Lesniak, Will Miller, Brown, Goddard, Edwards, Tracey

4-4-2
  • Hewelt
  • Kenny
  • Feeney
  • Galloway
  • Robinson
  • Henen
  • Sambou
  • Charsley
  • Williams
  • Walsh
  • Calvert-Lewin
4-4-2
  • Glover
  • Tanganga
  • Maghoma
  • Bennetts
  • Eyoma
  • Lesniak
  • Sterling
  • Brown
  • Marsh
  • Edwards
  • Tracey
Everton U23 Tottenham Hotspur U23
Hewelt 1 1 Glover
Kenny 2 2 Eyoma
Robinson 3 3 Tanganga
Besic (Charsley 45'') 4 4 Lesniak
Feeney 5 5 Maghoma
Galloway 6 6 TrialistYellow Card (Bennetts 77'')
Dowell (Henen 85'') 7 7 Will Miller ( Sterling 69'')
Walsh 8 8 Goddard (Marsh 82'')
Calvert-Lewin 9 9 Tracey
Williams 10 10 Edwards
Lookman ( Sambou 65'') 11 11 Brown
Substitutions
Charsley 12 12 Sterling
Gray 13 13 Whiteman
Sambou 14 14 Bennetts
Henen 15 15 Marsh
Foulds 16
Everton Under-23s took another step closer to the Premier League 2 title with a 4-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park.

The result means David Unsworth’s side require two points from their final two games of the season to guarantee the league crown.

After a first half of few clear-cut opportunities, Ademola Lookman bundled the ball home just after the hour following a marauding run by centre-back Brendan Galloway.

Substitute Bassala Sambou then doubled the advantage with a stunning 25-yard drive into the top corner of the Howard Kendall Gwladys Street net seven minutes later.

The drama was not over, though, with the visitors pulling one back with 19 minutes remaining when Kazaiah Sterling nodded home from close range.

But the Toffees restored their two-goal advantage four minutes later via another stunning long-range effort, this time from Kieran Dowell.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin then sealed the victory in the closing minutes, slotting home into an empty net after a mishit clearance by Spurs goalkeeper Tom Glover.

Another positive from the evening was the appearance of Muhamed Besic, who returned to action after more than eight months out with an anterior cruciate ligament injury sustained in Wayne Rooney’s testimonial in pre-season.

The Bosnian international played 45 minutes before being withdrawn, as planned, at half-time.

>>> Click here to watch the game back on demand, which was broadcast live on our official Facebook page

Next up for the Under-23s is a trip to Chelsea on Friday 21 April, before a Merseyside mini derby at Goodison Park to close the campaign on Monday 8 April.

Everton Under-23s: Hewelt, Kenny, Robinson, Feeney, Galloway, Besic (Charsley, 45), Williams, Walsh, Lookman (Sambou, 65), Calvert-Lewin, Dowell (Henen, 84).
Unused substitutes: Gray, Foulds.