LEE MOLTON (St Helens)
How many more games will we have to play of a Friday night?
The last home game of the season against Watford has now being moved at short notice. This is a disgraceful decision because a charity night organised by Ronny Goodlass for the Friday night will have to be re-arranged to a midweek night instead.
Hotels have already been booked too, but do Sky care? Not at all!
Watford fans will also have to travel up on a Friday night. Television is again coming first instead of the paying fan because Chelsea are playing Watford on the following Monday night and Watford have asked the game to be moved.
Why didn鈥檛 Everton say no? I blame Everton too. When will the paying football fans be considered? I am so annoyed by this outrageous decision!
It was another good win at home on Sunday against the current champions, we started well but conceded needlessly twice and then regained control of the game. Barkley had another great game and the whole midfield played great, it is so good to have Schneiderlin back in the team.
The next two games are winnable and we need to be looking at getting six points to try and catch Man United and Arsenal in the race for 5th and 6th place.
CHRIS DOUGLAS (Old Swan)
A league double over the champions is not to be sniffed at no matter how poor Leicester are this season although it sounds better than the reality of it.
The whirlwind start to the game must have been great for the TVs viewers but I'm sure koeman was not too pleased by the defending and goalkeeping in the first half hour.
The fifteen minutes of crazy aside we controlled the game without breaking a sweat, the calming presence of Morgan Schneiderlin in the side makes you wonder what could have been if he had been fit for the two previous games alas it was not to be.
The standout for me was Kevin Mirallas who ran his socks off all day; when he is on it he is an asset to the side and on Sunday he certainly was. It was almost as if his unjust substitution at Old Trafford spurred him on , he must get so frustrated at the amount of times he gets taken off.
Ross Barkley also had a steady game and his cross for for Lukaku's first goal was simply sublime , when he doesn't over think things he is so much better.
He is better off at Everton and if he was to leave then more fool him.
The home form this season has been fantastic and koeman has made going to Goodison Park a joy not a chore again. The last couple of seasons at home had been soul destroying, cue a defeat by Burnley now in hopefully Mark Clattenburg's last refereeing appearance.
Keep on keeping on.
SAM CARROLL (Walton)
A couple of seasons ago and doing the double over the Champions may have been celebrated a little more than it was at Goodison this weekend.
However, the victory was not to be devalued because of Leicester鈥檚 poor defence of their title. This was a team re-energised by Ranieri鈥檚 dismissal and, despite having the Atletico game in midweek, on an impressive run of form.
The topsy-turvy, manic first ten minutes eventually settled into a performance that Koeman believed was one of our most complete of the season, and it would be difficult to disagree with this assessment.
Morgan Schneiderlin showed why he was such a loss for the previous two games, with Idrissa and Tom Davies looking much more confident and assured with the big Frenchman鈥檚 calming presence and quite influence always looming. When Gareth Barry came on as a late substitute he too showed why his contract extension was justified by sitting deep and managing the final period of the game with experience.
It鈥檚 been a rollercoaster April so far for Everton, but the key thing on Sunday was to get the victory. We鈥檝e scored more goals in the final ten minutes than any other side in Europe (twenty-two to be exact, two more than Real Madrid), and it was deflating to be on the other side of the equation when Ibrahimovic slid his penalty home.
When Leicester took the lead on Sunday we could have easily have lost our heads and lost just our second home game of the season, but the professionalism shown by all the players was fantastic to watch.
Koeman has instilled many positive aspects into a side that is looking more and more like 鈥榟is鈥?team with every passing fixture, but the game management that was fundamentally lacking in Martinez鈥檚 tenure is perhaps his finest work so far.
Ross Barkley鈥檚 cross for Lukaku鈥檚 first goal once more reminded the Goodison faithful why he is such a talent, but Koeman鈥檚 stern appraisal of the contract situation afterwards was a fair assessment. This is an exciting time for Everton and I am sure they are offering Barkley a very lucrative deal, which, based on some lacklustre performances this season, may be a very fair offer.
It would, however, be hard to find an Evertonian who would not want to see Barkley sign a new deal at the club and kick on for us in the next few series who, with Moshiri, Koeman and a new stadium combined, promise to bring some excitement back where we have stalled in recent years.
If we are talking next season about doing the double over the champions then we might well be in a much more advanced position in the league than we are now.
Whether it will involve a team including Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley remains to be seen, but with money to invest we could be fighting on both a European and domestic front.
A strong end to the season- starting with Burnley on Saturday- will give Evertonian鈥檚 a summer to dream of what could be next year.
CONNOR O'NEILL (City Centre)
Another Goodison outing another routine win. It鈥檚 becoming a familiar and satisfying feeling for the Blues in 2017. After a two-year absence Goodison is now back to being the fortress it once was, and I for one, couldn鈥檛 be more pleased. It鈥檚 vital if we are to be successful that we have good home form and the early signs of 2017 are proof of just that.
Sunday鈥檚 win over Leicester had many plus points. Two of which being Ross Barkley鈥檚 impressive form continuing and the calm and assured performance of Mathew Pennington. But for me it was how we saw the game out after going 4-2 up.
Over the years we鈥檝e failed to do this and its ultimately cost us points, look further than West Ham at home last season. But things seem to be different this season and unlike in previous years, we now seem to be heading in the right direction.
The emerge of Tom Davies is no doubt one of the big highlights of this season.
The youngster has been simply outstanding and is getting better and better with each passing week. But what makes Davies' emergence even better is that he is in the team on merit.
Not because we have an injury or suspension crisis - but because his performances has been simply that good.
His old fashioned style of play has endeared him with the Goodison crowd, who are not slow in singing his praises, but give it a few years and we could and probably will be calling him captain.