Arsenal and Spurs step up M'Vila chase

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Liverpool welcome Everton tonight, with Toffees manager David Moyes looking for the perfect way to celebrate his 10th anniversary at the club.

Form favours the away side, with Everton unbeaten in their seven league games - while Liverpool are on a run of three consecutive defeats.

Recent results have forced Kenny Dalglish to defend his side's record this season, with the Reds just two points ahead of their local rivals.

Steven Gerrard is set to start for Liverpool, while Steven Pienaar, Jack Rodwell and Phil Jagielka are all expected to return for Everton.


In today's transfer news, Lille midfielder Eden Hazard has admitted he is flattered by reported interest from Sir Alex Ferguson. (London 24)

Tottenham and Arsenal will step up the chase for Yann M'Vila after it was confirmed he will leave Rennes this summer. (Metro)

And finally, Chelsea are set to sign young goalkeeper Richard Sanchez, who had been on loan at the club from MLS side FC Dallas. (Daily Mail)

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