Date: 29th April 2016 at 5:59pm
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Vs Bournemouth (H), April 30

It has been a disappointing and inconsistent season for Everton, with their campaign effectively ending at the weekend when they were beaten by Manchester United in their FA Cup semi-final tie at Wembley.

Now the Toffees, and under-pressure Roberto Martinez, will want to finish on a high, and will be confident of taking the three points when another side who have little to play for arrive at Goodison.

Shoot Says: 2-1 win

hoto: Paul Roberts / Offside.

The Toffees’ were hammered 4-0 by arch-rivals Liverpool in the Merseyside derby earlier this month – Photo: Paul Roberts / Offside.

Vs Leicester (A), May 7

If the Foxes fail to win at Manchester United this weekend, they will have the chance to wrap up an astonishing Premier League title at home, and having only lost three times all season, Everton are in for a tough afternoon at the King Power if they are to stop Claudio Ranieri’s team, who should be boosted by the return of Jamie Vardy from injury.

Shoot Says: 2-0 loss

Vs Norwich (H), May 15

With a new owner in charge and on the back of campaign that has seen manager Roberto Martinez come under increased scrutiny, the Spaniard could well be taking charge of his final game at Goodison against Norwich City on the final day of the season.

With the Canaries likely to be fighting for their lives as they bid for Premier League survival, it won’t be easy but we think the hosts will have too much for their opponents.

Shoot Says: 2-1 win

Overall Points: 48
Final Position: 11th

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