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Your thoughts on Fulham v Everton

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We asked fans for their thoughts after Tuesday's Premier League fixture between Fulham and Everton.

Here are some of your responses:

Fulham fans

David: How did we not win that one? Plenty of chances but too many wasted, some by good work from Everton. The new injuries are worrying, in addition to losing Harry Wilson last Saturday. Are we going to buy anyone in the transfer window?

Alex: A much better performance from Fulham compared to the Newcastle game. Yet again, in the final third, we just can’t finish. A striker is very much needed for us. Unlucky Fulham.

Oistein: Two points dropped in the first place then, in the end, we could have lost all three points. The 0-0 scoreline was unbelievable. It was more like a 3-3 result. We still need a striker before deadline day.

Zac: An impressive performance by Fulham. We're just lacking a final finish on the goal-line to score those key chances.

Everton fans

John: Going to Fulham and getting a point is really good. Fulham had more possession in the second half but some would've given us that penalty. A great clean sheet away from home and we just need to match all of the hard work with belief and goals. Luton are looking a different side but we’ll be OK.

Paul: A point was probably a fair result but Beto needs to score at the end and snatch the points. We've hit a bit of a slump, but hopefully we will get going again and climb the table. The Premier League have to give us points back. When everyone says it’s unjust, surely common sense will prevail.

Josh: Everton deserve to go down now. Players like Pickford, Branthwaite and Onana should be playing at a higher level. The fact is Sean Dyche has got the defence playing well, but we can't score. We can't stay up with no goals and no money to sign players.

Lester: It’s going to be another difficult season. I suspect most Everton fans didn’t expect Luton and Forest to be above us at this stage. With Spurs and Manchester City on the horizon, we really do need a sympathetic review of the 10-point deduction. I think that will now be crucial to our survival.

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