What The Papers Say - 14 June
Baines on Jagielka, plus Scholes wants Barkley to start.
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It's a quiet day in the newspapers as far as life at Goodison Park is concerned - though all eyes are, of course, on England's World Cup opener against Italy in Manaus.
The Liverpool Echo say it's "refreshing" to hear former Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes saying he wants Roy Hodgson to start Ross Barkley against the Azzurri. The 20-year-old is elsewhere tipped to be among Roy Hodgson's substitutes, with Baines and Jagielka both widely expected to start.
Also in the Echo, Baines speaks of his fellow Blues defender, saying England's attackers can afford to be brave knowing they have an impenetrable shield like Jagielka behind them.
The same paper also previews Wednesday's announcement of the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League fixture list.
In the Daily Mail, Leon Osman provides the first in a series of World Cup columns and adds to those wishing for all three of Everton's Three Lions representatives to play a major role in Brazil.
Everton winger Kevin Mirallas is quoted in the Daily Mirror. The 26-year-old is at the World Cup with Belgium and says his nation are ready to deliver a "magical experience".