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Stoke V Everton live Stream Premier League– Preview 1st Jan 2014

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Stoke City will be relieved to be back at the Britannia Stadium after being badly battered and bruised on the road over Christmas, with Sunday's 3-0 defeat at Tottenham coming hot on the heels of a 5-1 drubbing at Newcastle. It could have been very different. I was at St James' Park and Stoke were well on top in the first half-hour, fully deserving their 1-0 lead, but things unravelled horribly as Glenn Whelan and then Marc Wilson were sent off. Not surprisingly their nine men were no match for a Newcastle side that quickly went through the gears.
In many ways the defeat at Spurs will be of greater concern to Mark Hughes as his team never really showed up.
How he must hope his players can find their feet in front of their own supporters, where they're unbeaten in three months and have recently clocked up impressive wins over Aston Villa and Chelsea.
At least with Whelan and Wilson back from suspension, Stoke should be close to full strength, and they'll need to be against an Everton side presenting an ever more convincing case for a top-four finish.
We begin a new year and the second half of the season with Everton in fourth position, above neighbours Liverpool, champions Manchester United and the much talked-about Tottenham Hotspur.
Clearly their results have been excellent but so too their style of play and Roberto Martinez deserves so much credit. Blessed with better players, his approach that brought so many plaudits at Wigan but not enough points is now reaping greater rewards.
The Boxing Day blip at home to Sunderland after Tim Howard's dismissal is their only recent blemish. That was only their second defeat of the season - the other, away to Manchester City, was nearly three months ago. Since then they've won at Manchester United and drawn at Arsenal to show their mettle.
A different kind of challenge awaits at Stoke but if Everton pass this test it would be the perfect start to what could be a very exciting year.

Stoke have only won two of their past 16 league games against Everton (D5, L9).
The two sides have met once before on New Year's Day as Stoke won 2-0 at the Britannia Stadium in 2011, part of a current four-game unbeaten home streak for the Potters against the Toffees (W1, D3).
Everton's sole league win at the Britannia Stadium was a 3-2 triumph in Stoke's first Premier League season (2008-09).
Everton won 4-0 in November's reverse fixture. In doing so they scored more goals than they had done in their previous five meetings with Stoke (three).

Stoke are unbeaten in their past six home matches, including victories in three of their past four at the Britannia.
Sixteen of Stoke's 21 Premier League points this season (W4, D4, L1) have come at home (76%). Their sole defeat was 1-0 to Norwich in September.
Mark Hughes's men have failed to score in four of their past seven league games.
The Potters are seven points down on this stage of last season when they sat in eighth position at the halfway point.

Everton (nine) are the only Premier League team to have conceded fewer than 10 goals away from home this season.
Roberto Martinez's men have scored inside the last 20 minutes in eight of their past 11 league matches.
Toffees defenders have scored nine goals this campaign, five more than Stoke's strikers have managed.
Everton right-back Seamus Coleman has scored three goals in his past four league appearances. He has also created 22 chances for team-mates this season, the second-highest tally for a defender behind Tottenham's Kyle Walker (27). 

Competition: Premier League  
Stoke V Everton     
Date: Wednesday 1st January 2014
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Britannia Stadium    
Live/Repeat: Live

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