What The Papers Say - 5 November

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Sunday’s papers are full of build-up to this afternoon’s Premier League visit of Watford - plus speculation as to the identity of Everton’s next manager. 

The Sunday Mirror claim the Blues have “identified” Burnley boss Sean Dyche as the man to replace Ronald Koeman, while the Mail on Sunday say Sam Allardyce “kept his cards close to his chest” when asked about the vacancy on Saturday night’s Match of the Day

Watford chief Marco Silva says he hasn’t been approached by Everton in the Liverpool Echo, and that he has been focused only on preparing his side for their trip to Goodison Park. 

David Unsworth tells the Mail his senior players will be vital in turning around the Blues’ recent form, and the Echo suggest Jose Baxter is attracting attention from a number of Football League clubs due to his form for Everton’s Under-23s. 

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