Your views on Saturday's match

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We asked for your thoughts on Saturday's Premier League game between Bournemouth and Everton.

Here are some of your responses:

Bournemouth fans

Simon: Pleasing result. Cherries much the better side in a below standard match. Respect to Lloyd Kelly on his inch perfect cross for Solanke with his first touch. Praise to Iraola for the substitution bringing instant reward. Neto’s flapping and poor distribution gives me concern. Time to test Travers for remaining games this season.

Chris: A very poor performance. Too many poor passes. Too many negative passes in defence. Fortunately Everton had even poorer performance.

Jamie: Good performance and deserved the win. Considering he has just come back from injury, Adams to play 90 mins and look that settled and composed in this side is very impressive and looks good for the future. Downside is that Neto makes yet another mistake. With us having little to lose now this season, how long until we try Travers back in goal?

Everton fans

Mark: Bournemouth were there for the taking and our lack of pace, creativity and bravery meant we couldn't take advantage of this. It's 12 games without a win. We are sleepwalking our way to relegation. Having said all of that, it was a clear penalty at 0-0 and then who knows!

David: Very worrying times as the team is really struggling and never looks likely to score. Defence are all of a sudden looking very shaky and where once we could rely on clean sheets that is no longer the case. If it wasn’t for poorer teams in the league we would be in even deeper trouble. I'm struggling to see where our next win comes from.

Alan: It was a shambles of a performance by Everton. Poor team selection with players playing out of position and Dyche’s tactics questionable. We are playing with a lone striker, which hasn’t worked all season and are12 games without a win. This is the most underperforming team I’ve ever seen at Everton in 60 years of supporting.

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