At Stamford Bridge Everton have won just once in 22 PL visits, courtesy of a Paul Rideout goal in November 1994.
Everton are looking for a 50th league win over Chelsea, against 55 defeats, with 47 draws.
Chelsea have had 13 players sent off against Everton, more than any other team against the Toffees. There has been 23 players red-carded in the fixture, only the derby has seen more (26) in Everton matches.
The Toffees have won just three of their 26 weekday PL games in London, most recently at Spurs in August 2007.
Everton have not kept four successive clean sheets in league games since March 2009.
Everton’s Premier League record v Chelsea
The Toffees are unbeaten in six games in all competitions, with five draws (the West Ham away game in the FA Cup is counted as a draw for statistical purposes) and one win.
Everton have scored just four times in the past eight league games, the fewest in an eight-game run since November 2005.
Steven Naismith has three goals in his past four games against the Stamford Bridge side, equalling the most by an Everton player in the PL era – with Louis Saha, Kevin Campbell and Paul Rideout.
Roberto Martinez has two wins in 11 meetings against Chelsea as a manager.
Jose Mourinho has lost once in 11 games against Everton in all competitions, with seven victories.
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