What The Papers Say - 14 December
Coleman, Naismith and Martinez in Saturday's media round-up.
Saturday's newspapers feature plenty of build-up to the 3pm kick-off against Fulham.
In the Liverpool Echo, Roberto Martinez has been praising his current crop of youngsters and those burgeoning within the Club's Academy.
Steven Naismith's visit to local homeless shelter, the Whitechapel Centre, is documented in the sports pull-out as the charitable Scot talks about possible squad rotation in the festive period.
Barry Horne's weekly column looks at Fulham's form this season and Everton's home record - both factors the former Goodison hero believes can lead to a Blues win.
In the Daily Star , Martinez responds to comments from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger about Everton's approach to last weekend's game at the Emirates.
And Seamus Coleman tells the Daily Mail that he still has to pinch himself when involved in the Premier League each weekend, while columnist Jamie Carragher says the Blues are just as good as his former side, Liverpool.