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Everton welcome Fulham to Goodison Park on Saturday looking to keep up their record of having never lost to the Cottagers at home in the league.

Twenty-four times the Londoners have travelled to the Blue half of Merseyside for a league fixture, yet four draws is all they have to show for their efforts.

In the Moyes era, the Goodison record between the sides stands at 12 games played, 12 Everton wins.

Here we preview the next instalment of the Toffees versus the Cottagers with the aid of further facts, stats and numbers...

1 Premier League defeats for Everton at Goodison in 17 matches this season - the sole loss coming against Chelsea in December. The record for the fewest home defeats in a Premier League campaign is two, a marker set during the 2009/10 campaign.

3 Goals scored by Yakubu in our 3-0 victory over Fulham at Goodison in December 2007. It was the first time an Everton player had scored a second-half hat-trick since Wayne Clarke against Newcastle 20 years earlier.


7 The Toffees' current unbeaten run against Fulham in all competitions. Everton have won five and drawn two of the meetings between the two sides since a 2-1 defeat at Craven Cottage in September 2009.

10 Previous meetings between the two managers. David Moyes has won five of those, with Martin Jol victorious on four occasions. The only draw between the two (2-2) came at Craven Cottage earlier this season.

Martin Jol and David Moyes

19 Successive home league victories against Fulham for Everton, the run coming over two periods from 1961-68 and 2001 to the present day. The Toffees are unbeaten in all 24 home league games against Saturday’s opponents, the most recent win coming by a 4-0 scoreline 12 months ago.

32 Seconds it took David Unsworth to open the scoring in David Moyes’ first game in charge of Everton in March 2002, against Fulham. The Toffees went on to win the contest 2-1.

2002 - David Unsworth gives the new boss a dream start by scoring after 27 seconds.

57 Matches between the teams in all competitions, with Everton leading 26-18 on the head-to-head record.

150 Everton Premier League appearances for Steven Pienaar should the South African play on Saturday.  

Stats courtesy of Gavin Buckland (@GavinBuckland1)

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