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Europa League news from Thursday, November 23, 2017

- The Blues can't advance, but this Thanksgiving Day matchup could give the backups a chance to shine Happy Thanksgiving, Blues! For American Evertonians, this is a day of family, food and football. Unfortunately, both the NFL and Everton are kind of crap this season. But that doesn't mean we won't watch. After all, we have to listen to our dumb uncle's opinions on politics today, so we may as well

Europa League news from Wednesday, November 22, 2017

- It could be a season to forget for Benfica.Wednesday's 2-0 loss at CSKA Moscow confirmed the reigning Portuguese champion will finish rooted to the bottom of Group A, relinquishing the chance to finish third and procure the consolation prize of a Europa League run.Things aren't faring so well on the domestic scene either. Benfica is already five points adrift of FC Porto in the Primeira Liga, with

- 18:00 GMT, Thursday 23rd November, Rhein Energie Stadion (Cologne, Germany), BT Sport 2Having lost all three of their last matches in the Bundesliga, Köln find themselves in the middle of a season to forget.The troubled club picked up a win against BATE Borisov in the last set of Europa League fixtures but it remains their only victory of the season from sixteen Bundesliga and European games. Havi

- 20:05 GMT, Thursday 23rd November, Goodison Park (Liverpool, England), BT Sport 2Everton continue their run of games under the guidance of stand-in manager David Unsworth, while their opponents, Atalanta, will be looking for a win to keep them in pole position in Group E.The Italians are level on points with Lyon at the top of the table and, seeing as the French side will be expecting to see off A

Europa League news from Tuesday, November 21, 2017

- Davy klaassenWhy Davy Klaassen Must Impress For Everton Against Atalanta In The Europa LeagueEverton face Atalanta in a Europa League encounter this week and the Toffees will be desperate to change things up in hopes of securing a positive result. Temporary manager David Unsworth has not made a strong impact so far but it will take time to improve the squad considering how terrible the situation h

- Friendlies drew players away but the clubs draw them back. All the Bundesliga action back from the international break on the matchday 12 round up, and what a weekend!While typically a traditional big match this was more of a heralding of the return of the Royal Blues. Schalke has this belief that they are a big club and they are. With the third most members in the world and always placing in the