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Everton v West Ham - FA Cup Third Round
With the Merseyside derby now just two days away, great emphasis has been placed on the game in the local media.The Liverpool Echo runs an in-depth interview with Sylvain Distin who says that he has ‘learned a lot’ from the FA Cup semi-final defeat to the Reds last season.In a separate feature inside the Echo, Distin also insists that Marouane Fellaini’s long-term future could still be at Goodison Park.Within the Liverpool pages of the Echo, Stewart Downing is quoted as saying that the home side will have the edge over Everton given the Blues’ run of results at Anfield.In the national press, the Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror have spoken to Leighton Baines who says it would ‘mean a lot’ to those connected with Everton if they are to beat Liverpool on Sunday and finish above them in the Premier League table.The Daily Mail also reports that Liverpool fans in the Kop on Sunday will form a mosaic spelling the words ‘thanks’ to show their gratitude to Everton for the support offered following the Hillsborough tragedy.
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Young Noah is one of the patients receiving a visit from the boss and the lads at Alder Hey today. #bluecrimbo http://t.co/kzagwyOUrR
PHOTO: The first team don Blue Santa hats ahead of today's visit to the wards of Alder Hey. #BlueCrimbo #EFC http://t.co/CWO4zSXAB7
PHOTO: Everton's players have been visiting Alder Hey this afternoon. More photos coming soon. #bluecrimbo #efc http://t.co/tkQZqzlmW9
PHOTO: Everton's players have been visiting Alder Hey this afternoon. More photos coming up! #BlueCrimbo #EFC http://t.co/rtW87NiA6E