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Frank Lampard still confident of Everton survival

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Everton boss Frank Lampard believes that things will turn and he is confident that the club will not be relegated from the Premier League. Bowen scored his 13th goal of the season to help West Ham come from behind to beat Everton. They are set to face Burnley in arguably their game of the season on Wednesday. They will be without Michael Keane for the showdown after he was sent off for two bookable offenses.

“Finishing and goalscoring, it is talent and works on the training ground,” Everton boss Frank Lampard said. “The work doesn’t always replicate on the pitch but you have to keep going. Every player and team goes through moments. We created better chances today and enough to score two or three goals. If we do that we win games and we have 10 more to do that. The fans can know if we keep doing that over 10 games we will be OK.”

“Ten games is a lot. If our luck turns and we keep on the path we showed today and against Newcastle, I have a real strong belief we will be OK. Saying that nowhere means nothing. We just have to focus on ourselves. The next game is huge because it is Burnley but also because it is our next game. After that we move on to Manchester United,” he added. “You want to win games. Today isn’t so enjoyable. It is not if you don’t turn up and get opened up as a team. It has happened a couple of times since I have been here but not much. But that comes with the territory of where we are at. Look at West Ham. Today they are very strong but two or three years ago they are facing relegation.”

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