METRO 23 | | Friday, July 10, 2020 SPONSORED BY 10/1 4/5 16/1 3 HOME PREMIER LEAGUE WINS IN A ROW FOR THE BLADES FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1993 1974 YEAR BURNLEY LAST WON AT ANFIELD, WITH IAN BRENNAN GETTING THE WINNER 14/1 12 FIRST-HALF GOALS FOR WOLVES THIS TERM, ONLY CRYSTAL PALACE HAVE SCORED FEWER ONE TO WATCH ANTHONY GORDON / EVERTON JUST 19 and fairly untried – with just three substitute appearances under his belt previously – Gordon was thrown in at the deep end for last month’s Merseyside derby. In his first league start, the born-and-bred Liverpudlian, who joined the Toffees aged 11, did well in what was a largely forgettable clash. Since then the attacking midfielder has become an increasing part of Carlo Ancelotti’s plans. Gordon was introduced at half-time in Monday’s defeat at Tottenham, assumed set-piece duties and was one of the few Toffees to emerge with any credit. ‘Anthony is a player with a lot of talent. It is not difficult to trust a young player when the player has quality and ability,’ Ancelotti said last month. As the Italian reshapes his mid-table squad in his own image, Gordon will be given chances to repay that trust. ANTHONY GORDON TO SCORE 6/1 5/6 16/1 6/1 3-1 LEICESTER BEAT BOURNEMOUTH LAST AUGUST WITH VARDY SCORING TWICE 2-2 THE SIDES DREW BACK IN SEPTEMBER, THE GUNNERS BATTLING BACK FROM 2-0 DOWN 4 OF THE LAST SIX PREMIER LEAGUE GAMES BETWEEN SAINTS AND UNITED HAVE FINISHED UP AS DRAWS PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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