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What The Papers Say - 29 April

Snodin on City, Martinez on injuries plus Belgian linked again.

What The Papers Say - 29 April

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Amongst Tuesday's newspaper coverage, Ian Snodin tells the Liverpool Echo that Everton will be all out to beat Manchester City this Saturday.
 
The Blues welcome the league title favourites to Goodison for the 5.30pm kick-off and require a point to ensure European football next term.
 
Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge says the other half of Merseyside will be Evertonians for 24 hours as they seek a cross-city favour to aid their own aspirations.
 
Meanwhile, Roberto Martinez has dismissed a notion that his side's bad luck with injuries caught up with them at Southampton.
 
In the Daily Mirror, Dave Kidd argues against the loan ruling by pointing out the Blues will be unable to field Gareth Barry against his parent club this weekend.
 
And in another tabloid newspaper, the Toffees are again linked with Belgian striker Michy Batshuayi, along with Premier League rivals West Ham.

Alec WalkerOur weakness defending corners showed up badly on Saturday. It is something that will have to improve next season.

Tuesday 29th April 11:09 Report Comment
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