James McCarthy tipped for summer return to action

James McCarthy tipped for summer return to action

James McCarthy tipped for summer return to action

Everton lead Burnley 1-0 midway through the first half after the January transfer window £27 million signing Cenk Tosun scored his first goal for the Toffees.

There have been less goals in matches involving Burnley than any other side in the league and they have netted just ten times at home this season, fewer than any other team.

"It shouldn't happen, he's swung his arm and he's an experienced player", Allardyce told BBC Sport.

It was also the first time they have picked up all three points in the top flight after conceding first since May 2010 against Spurs - 53 games ago.

"We missed too many chances, I think that's the bottom line", he added."After that, I think two very simple goals were gifted to Burnley".

"I think most people have been fair, though, with that, because we've had a tough run, but most people have still said: "Hang on a minute, Burnley are still up there, and they've had a great season" - overall, of course".

A fifth successive away defeat keep Everton ninth ahead of the day's matches.

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"In the end, the service in the second half wasn't good enough to any of the front players".

Everton's misery was compounded when defender Ashley Williams was sent- off late on for elbowing Barnes.

"I feel worse than the fans - they won't believe this - but it's my responsibility", he said.

The Republic of Ireland worldwide would have been doubtful for the Everton game with the Clarets after he suffered a set back when he was injured during their 3-1 win over Crystal Palace earlier in February, but he is also expected to be available.

Rooney gradually began to exert his influence as Everton started to have more possession and a spell of real dominance ended with Sigurdsson shooting wide when he probably should have scored.

In the last 53 games in which Burnley fell behind they had failed to win but there was a determination and positive intent to Dyche's side on Saturday, despite a recent lack of victories. All in all, it wasn't good enough by us and there's no excuse for that.

For Sam Allardyce's men, Michael Keane gets a start on his return to his former club partnering Ashley Willliams at the heart of the Toffees defence.

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