Everton have been warned they cannot keep throwing points away as they prepare to visit Albion.

The Toffees were held at home by Crystal Palace having created several chances.

They will look to make amends at the Amex on Monday.

Midfielder Tom Davies said: “We’ve had chances to take points and move up the table and we are not doing it.

“It is definitely something for us to work on and we have to correct what we have done. We are definitely still confident.

“In the first half we had chances but when we get in a lead we need to see the game out and go on to win. It is frustrating how it has gone in the second half.

“We are showing good quality when we have chances and we are showing against the bigger teams we can take points so we’re definitely confident going into the last few games.”


Davies is one of the few remaining midfielders still fit after Andre Gomes was forced off with a hamstring problem.

Allan and Alex Iwobi missed the match with a minor injuries with Abdoulaye Doucoure, Fabian Delph and Bernard already absent.

Jean-Philippe Gbamin came off the bench for his first appearance since August 2019 after two serious injuries but Carlo Ancelotti needs some of his experienced players back in his engine room.

The Everton boss said: “We have to check (on Gomes) in the next few days. I don’t know how long he will be out. It doesn’t seem like a serious problem, it seems a little problem, but we have to check with a scan.”