Gylfi Sigurdsson knocks it onto Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is easily shoved off the ball in midfield. Everton appeal for a free-kick but referee Anthony Taylor is having none of it.
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Dominic Calvert-Lewin is getting some instructions off Marco Silva while Idrissa Gueye trudges off to the sidelines.
He looks okay to carry on though.
Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye is down getting some treatment. Looks like he's hurt his ankle.
Chelsea could be 2-0 up! Everton are asleep at the back!
Gonzalo Higuain slips it left to Eden Hazard this time. Once again, Hazard goes for goal with a lovely curling effort. It bounces off the right post and misses the Chelsea players running in.
The visitors keep the ball though and Higuain makes a run in behind and a ball over the top finds him. Jordan Pickford has to make another smart, low save.Copyright: Reuters
Marcos Alonso feeds in Eden Hazard just inside the area. He drops his shoulder, nips inside of Michael Keane and forces a strong save from Jordan Pickford at the near post!
Lots of early possession for Chelsea here. Eden Hazard's backheel to Ross Barkley keeps the ball in play before it's spread over to the right wing.
Pedro then wins a throw-in off Lucas Digne.
Ross Barkley, returning to his old club, tries to find Eden Hazard with a long diagonal pass but it's overcooked.
He gets a thumbs up from the Belgian though - it would have opened the space up nicely.
Off we go. Can Everton get back to winning ways?Copyright: Reuters
Fulham goalscorer Ryan Babel, speaking to Sky Sports: "That was typical for our season - the effort was there for 90 minutes but you need a bit of luck and a little bit of intelligence.
"In team sports sometimes you make mistakes and that happens but a squad like Liverpool will finish it off."
A win for Chelsea will move them level on points with fourth-placed Arsenal. The Gunners will have a better goal difference.
Chelsea have hit the woodwork 19 times this season, more than any other side in the top flight. Marcos Alonso and Willian have both hit the post or crossbar six times each.
They are also the only club not to have received a red card in this season's Premier League.Copyright: Getty Images
Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri: "In my opinion, Everton, outside the top six, are the best team in the Premier League in terms of technical quality.
"So we have to play a very important match, and a very difficult game."Copyright: Getty Images
Ex-Arsenal Ladies & England international on Football Focus
Everton just can’t find any consistency you don’t know what team will turn up. The squad is full of talented players but the fans will want to see more improvement compared to last season. They are scoring more but they are conceding a lot.
Chelsea's players are already lined up in the tunnel and are waiting for the hosts. N'Golo Kante has his head down and looks in deep thought.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, speaking to Sky Sports: "We started really well, and did a lot of good things but lost the rhythm a bit. I am not the most experienced manager and I have similar problems after Champions League games.
"First half a bit rusty. Second half we could have finished it off and then it is clear at 1-0 if you don't kill it off that can happen. Babel was there that is how football is. They deserved a goal but we deserved three points. A brilliant afternoon I have to say.
"I am not in any doubt about my players nerves. It is about intensity. We go for perfection but it is rare that you get it. Burnley, Munich, Fulham - you have to adapt. People will say we need to be more convincing, but we are at the start of a development, not the end.
On James Milner: "Good sub in that moment. That is what I call impact."
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These two fine men are on commentary duty this afternoon at Goodison Park. Former England winger Chris Waddle is alongside Alan Green for Everton v Chelsea. You can listen on BBC Radio 5 live and here on the BBC Sport website and app.
MOTD commentator at Goodison Park
Securing Champions League football is Chelsea's focus. If it comes as a welcome by-product of winning the Europa League, fantastic, but earning a top-four finish would be a wise back-up plan.
This is Chelsea's game in hand, and victory would take them within a point of third-placed Tottenham.
They've lost four of their last six at home and Chelsea, who have a good record against Everton, have the quality and the incentive to deepen Goodison gloom.
Fulham striker Ryan Babel speaking to Sky Sports: "Obviously I respect my old club. I still support them as a fan so of course I showed them respect.
"I tried to gamble. I didn't expect the keeper not to get the ball. It was a little bit lucky. All we can do is keep fighting until the last game."
Everton manager Marco Silva: "They are really strong in that front line, and in the middle zone also.
"But they are here playing at Goodison - if you have achieved a good result against them away, maybe with confidence we can achieve better at home."Copyright: Getty Images