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Everton star hopes Spurs’ Goodison Park woes continue

10:54 05 December 2012

Phil Jagielka, Everton. Picture: Joe Giddens/EMPICS

Phil Jagielka, Everton. Picture: Joe Giddens/EMPICS

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Everton full back Phil Jagielka is hoping that Tottenham’s woes at Goodison Park continue in Sunday’s clash.

The Toffees triumphed by a goal to nil last year with Nikica Jelavic finding the target for the Merseyside club.

“We have done well at Goodison this year and we want to make it a hard place to come,” Jagielka told evertontv.

“It is going to be difficult, Spurs are free-scoring at the moment and keeping clean sheets but they have not had the best of runs when they have come to Goodison before and we want to make sure they go home at the weekend with a similar feeling.”

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