Everton head for Turf Moor to face Burnley this weekend and, ahead of the Premier League clash against Sean Dyche’s Clarets, evertonresults.com provides the facts and figures from down the years.
A little bit of déjà vu to kick off this week’s stat pack - if he plays at Burnley, it will be Seamus Coleman's 250th appearance for Everton in all competitions. He'd be the 64th Everton player to reach that milestone.
And with Tom Davies reaching 50 Premier League appearances against Watford, fellow youngster Dominic Calvert-Lewin could make his 50th appearance for us in all competitions, should he play.
The Toffees drew their last game on 3 March when drawing 1-1 at QPR in 2012 - in fact we've drawn each of our past four matches played on that date.
Everton have never played Burnley before in a 3 March game but our last win on that date was against another Lancastrian club, 2-1 at home to Blackburn Rovers in 1993.
In 1956, 76,129 fans - the highest attendance in an Everton FA Cup away tie - saw the Blues narrowly edged 2-1 by Manchester City, while one other memorable 3 March match was in 1987 when Neville Southall converted a penalty in a Full Members Cup shootout defeat to Charlton Athletic.
Our last away win at Turf Moor came back in October 2014 when two Samuel Eto'o goals helped us to a 3-1 victory.
Interestingly, in seven previous Premier League games with Burnley, both home and away, there have been no draws. Everton have won four and the Clarets have won three.
The next goal Everton score would bring up 6,200, home and away, in the Club's top-flight history.
Chris Kavanagh will be refereeing the game on Saturday. He has taken charge of three previous Everton matches - all at Goodison Park - and the Blues have won all three of them. The last one was the Toffees' 2-1 victory over Leicester last January.
If Everton save a Burnley penalty, it will be the fourth saved spot-kick this season by an Everton keeper. Jordan Pickford saved one at Hajduk Split in August, and against West Ham at Goodison in November, while Joel Robles kept one out against Atalanta that same month. Blues keepers have saved three penalties in a season several times before (most recently in 2009/10) but Everton keepers have yet to collectively save four in the same campaign.
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