Date: 11th November 2006 at 5:00pm
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Aston Villa

Goodison Park


Attendance: 36 376

EvertonAston Villa
Chris Sutton (42)
Tim HowardThomas Sorensen
Phil NevilleOlof Mellberg
Joseph YoboGary Cahill
Alan Stubbs
Liam Ridgewell
Joleon LescottWilfred Bouma
Leon Osman68Gabriel Agbonlahor
Lee Carsley
Gavin McCann
Simon DaviesIsaiah Osbourne
Mikel ArtetaStiliyan Petrov
Tim Cahill22Juan Pablo Angel
Andrew JohnsonChris Sutton91


Mark HughesSteven Davis91
Iain TurnerMilan Baros
James Beattie22Didier Agathe76
Victor Anichebe68Stuart Taylor
David WeirPatrik Berger

Game Statistics

10Goal attempts17
4On Target9
2Yellow Cards3
0Red Cards0

12 Replies to “Stats: Everton v Aston Villa 11/11/2006”

  • our first away win this season, their first home loss. Funny old game! If you’ve not seen it, take a look at the cross by Osbourne to Sutton, that is a class bit of football.

  • With the injuries we’ve had, the thumping by Chelski, the last prem away day against Liverpool. There’s no two ways about it, this was an absolutely brilliant, tremendous result. 3rd in the league and you wanna here Sky sports talking about them. Can’t

  • Who would have thought it. 12 games into the season, 3rd, and Chelski have lost twice as many games as us.

  • yr right gazvilla, biggest result of the year – timing, place, injuries – shows we have got heart, and that warms mine.

  • Bit difference to last March when we were virtually laughed out of Goodison. Certainly made for a more enjoyable drive back to beautiful Brum. Was very impressed with each and everyone of the lads, particularly though young Isiah and big Chris. The former

  • a brilliant win and the best way to bounce back and dust off any issues following the chelsea game..well done….

  • what a game, made the trip worthwhile, even with the everton stewards telling me they didnt have any tickets for away fans, bulls**ting tw*t, good job I didn’t take no for an answer, still cost me the first ten mins of play though, good battle, the lads o

  • Everton will be there or thereabouts come seasons end when the UEFA Cup places are handed out, and hopefully we’ll be competing along side them. They missed Cahill when he went off, but even so, a deserved three points.

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