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Summary

  1. Win keeps Everton in contention for Europa League spot
  2. Richarlison strike deflected in by Mee for OG
  3. Coleman scores second from close range
  4. Burnley already safe from relegation

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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    And that's all, folks!

    Join us again on Saturday for five more Premier League games as Liverpool look to keep the title race alive.

    See you there.

  2. 'We have finished in the right way'

    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Everton

    marco SIlva

    Everton manager Marco Silva told Sky Sports: "We lost confidence earlier in the season in some moments but we reacted as a team and we have finished the season in the right way.

    "We have finished well and next season we have to put our targets high. When the fans realise how important they can be for us then we are really strong here at Goodison.

    "The players have been doing well and we have finished in the right way. The last 10 games we have had eight clean sheets and have been playing offensive football.

    "The players have been enjoying what they are doing and we have achieved three points again and we want three more points next week (at Tottenham)."

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    Oh here he is...

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    You might have to leave your number if you want to hear what Marco Silva had to say. I'll WhatsApp you later on tonight.

  5. 'Westwood-Schneiderlin tackle was refreshing'

    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Burnley

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche was asked about a physical tackle between Ashley Westwood and Morgan Schneiderlin, where both players got up and played on.

    "Two people trying to win the ball, two fair players. It was refreshing. It’s going out of the game. It used to be the norm. There has to be a better balance to be found with diving all over the place."

    On whether they'll play better on the final day.

    "You’d hope so – at home against Arsenal. The fans have been terrific. Even early season when things were against us, they backed the team well.

    "When confidence is low and players are not performing, it was a massive shift to start doing well."

  6. 'We need to be at 100%'

    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Burnley

    Sean Dyche

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche to BBC Sport: "In terms of our performance, it was a game of two halves. We started sluggishly. We’ve climbed a mountain in the second half of the season. We’re safe, with not too much to play for.

    "It was a good reaction in the second half. We conceded two soft goals by our standards. I won’t over-question the players after what they’ve done in the second half of the season but we didn’t do enough to win the game.

    "The reward of what they’ve done in the second half of the season is obvious, making sure our Premier League place is assured. To expect them to keep on with every inch is a strange feeling. All that tightness keeps you sharp. We didn’t start with that. To us 1% is a big difference – we need all our players to be 100%."

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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Burnley were already mathematically safe. Job well done for Sean Dyche?

    Last season of course they did finish seventh, five points above Everton.

    Table
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    Some cold common sense from Sean Dyche who says his team 'have climbed a mountain' in the second half of the season to get safe and it is only human nature that they would shut off to an extent.

  9. 'We were off it tonight'

    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Burnley

    Burnley defender Ben Mee: "We didn't get going and they started strong, they are two poor goals to concede. We couldn't get out of our half.

    "It's not an easy place to play, the crowd were up and we found it difficult. We were off it for the first 30 minutes or so. I try and get in the way of every shot and it took it in unfortunately.

    "The lads have ben fantastic, it's been a big effort and we want to see the season out strong."

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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Seamus COleman

    Seamus Coleman is the 20th player to score 20 Premier League goals for Everton, and the third defender to do so for the club after David Unsworth (33) and Leighton Baines (29).

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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Burnley earned 17 points away from home this season, 11 fewer than they managed in 2017-18, despite scoring a goal more.

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche
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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Still a fair few fans inside the ground. Theo Walcott is playing three little kids now.

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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Post-match reaction may be very post-match at this rate. Kurt Zouma and his kids are dancing to Elton John at the moment.

    Sean Dyche can't be hanging about for this. Probably already on the M62.

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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Everton, I wasn't banking on this parade dragging on. We were planning on being out of here by now...

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    Marco Silva gets a big hand and gives the same back to the Everton fans. Been a little while since he saw the end of a season.

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    Stephen Brogarth: Everyone always says Cantona or Henry for greatest Premier League signing. Value for money nobody touches Mr 60 grand Seamus Coleman. Best ever business in Premier League history

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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Z Cars gets a second run out of the night as Everton's players return with children in tow.

    What should the aim be for next season?

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    Everton 2-0 Burnley

    Goodison remains full to the rafters ahead of a lap of appreciation from the players. That tells you a lot about the club's turnaround in form.

    Just two defeats in 10 league games since defeat at Watford in early February.

    Marco Silva, Manager of Everton
  19. Europa or bust?

    Everton 2-0 Burnley

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    Seventh = Europa League if Manchester City win the FA Cup.