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Everton went behind in a difficult first-half but Calvert-Lewin grabbed his first goal since March with a fine header to put them back in the game.
Everton kicked off their second home game on Sunday with the visit of Wolves in whirlwind style, 2-1 after 11 mins, and winning well 3-2 in the end.
A very conservative Everton side played well enough until Aston Villa caught them sleeping on a quick free-kick, for Wesley to score with ease.
Everton got off to a fine start with an early goal from Bernard against Watford at Goodison Park
Everton’s 2019-20 Premier League campaign kicks off at Selhurst Park this weekend against Crystal Palace