Live on Sky Sports News, Jeff Stelling took a moment to contemplate the possible consequences of Everton’s relegation from the Premier League, as they faced Fulham in a vital match, writes the GN.
Despite Dwight McNeil scoring for the Toffees in between, they fell behind twice to Fulham on Saturday afternoon, in a game that was crucial for Sean Dyche’s team. As footage of Harrison Reed’s goal arrived in the studio, Stelling highlighted that there are only seven games left in the season after this weekend’s fixtures.
As the fight to avoid relegation heats up, nine clubs are in the mix, and Jeff Stelling commented on the situation of Everton, stating, “Speaking of relegation, the concerns about Everton’s relegation are growing with every passing moment, after having spent 69 consecutive seasons in the top flight.”
However, those worries were momentarily eased when McNeil scored to level the score at 1-1 at half-time, but that didn’t last for long at Goodison Park.