Sea Eyes Revenge

Seamus Coleman has spoken of a determination in the Everton camp to make amends against West Brom on Saturday for the 4-1 humiliation suffered at Goodison Park in November.

Coleman: "It´ll be obviously be different, but West Brom came here and turned us over,"

"We weren´t at our best that day but we´ll definitely be going there remembering what they did to us at Goodison and trying to put that right.

"It´s going to be a tough game, I know everybody says it but there are no easy games in the Premier League," he added.

"But the way we´re playing at the moment we´ll be quite confident of going there and getting a result.”

"It´s the same old story over the last couple of years, it´s been a slow start but towards the end we´ve picked up form and we´re playing quite well," he said.

"We´ve got two games left and we´ll be looking for maximum points.

"The game against West Brom is coming up first and we´ll be looking for three points there and then a big one against Chelsea,"

"We know we can do it against the big teams so hopefully we can finish the season with two wins."

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