On This Day: 03/12
Everton beat Chelsea 4-1 ON THIS DAY in 1938.
The Londoners were struggling at the wrong end of the table whilst the Toffees were on their way to winning the championship.
A crowd of 27,959 saw the gulf between the two sides at Goodison Park.
Two goals from Tommy Lawton, and one each from Torry Gillick and Alex Stevenson wrapped up the points for Everton.
Everton beat Newcastle 5-2 in the Full Member's Cup ON THIS DAY in 1986.
When the six English clubs banned from European competition organised their won competition, what became the Screen Sports Super Cup, there were those at other clubs who believed they should have a competition of their own – hence the Full Member's Cup was born.
The Blues were making their debut in the competition with the win over the Magpies at Goodison Park.
Graeme Sharp scored a hat-trick while Adrian Heath and Kevin Sheedy grabbed the other two in front of a crowd of just 7,530.