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Blues Can Extend Home Hex

by Andy Lewis @efc_andylewis

Ronnie Goodlass believes Everton’s imperious Goodison Park record against Fulham gives them the edge in Friday night’s FA Cup fourth round tie.

While the Blues have sometimes found it difficult at Craven Cottage they have a supreme record against the West Londoners on home soil.

Such has been their dominance, the Blues have racked up 10 straight wins in the league at Goodison.

And Goodlass, who played for both clubs, told evertontv: “Hopefully that record will continue. Down the years we have had a really good record against them, going to Craven Cottage has been tough at times, although we have done well there recently as well.

“But at home it has been a bit intimidating for them and hopefully we can do that again on Friday. It is always good at Goodison under lights and I think we will all be up for it, supporters and players.”

Watch the video above for the rest of Ronnie’s thoughts on the game.

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