Everton faces a tough test at Chelsea this weekend but goes into the game in its highest league position in 2023.
Sat in 15th place, Sean Dyche’s team still has plenty to do to fight its way out of the relegation scrap, but there has been some encouragement in the way the team has reacted to the new manager.
Dyche replaced Frank Lampard in February, kicking off his tenure with an impressive win against the Premier League leader, Arsenal.
Everton has as many wins (three) in seven games under Dyche as it managed in the first 20 games of the season.
If the Premier League season started when Dyche joined, the club would be in the top half of the table, just three points behind local rival Liverpool.
On joining the club, Dyche will have been met by some familiar faces. Current Everton players James
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