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Everton sights firmly on Europe after convincing win

Roberto Martinez smiling to crowd
Everton manager Roberto Martinez Credit: PA

Everton manger Roberto Martinez is relishing a potentially thrilling end to the Premier League season as he sets his sights on the Champions League.

The Toffees are still challenging for a top-four finish after a fine 3-0 win at Newcastle.

That success, along with Arsenal's home draw with Swansea, left Martinez's men six points adrift of the Gunners having played a game fewer and with the Londoners due at Goodison Park on April 6.

Martinez said: "There are going to be a lot of twists and turns. I just think you can't look elsewhere."

"We have got Arsenal to play at home, we have got Manchester United and Manchester City, so in that respect it's a really good fixture list for us, glamorous.

"Looking at the run we have at Goodison allows us to play with confidence, so you never know."

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The race for Europe hots up as Everton travel to Newcastle

Everton Manager Roberto Martinez has warned his side they face a tough game against Newcastle tonight at St James' Park.

A win for Everton will see them leapfrog Tottenham and reclaim fifth place in the Premier League table and the blues still have a game in hand.

Newcastle Manager Alan Pardew will watch the game at home. He's serving his final stadium ban after his head-butt on Hull's David Meyler.

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