- Mirallas and Lukaku give Everton victory
- Chilwell made Premier League debut
- Leicester fans wear Vardy protest masks
- Barkley dropped by Koeman
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That's the final whistle. Everton's Belgian duo of Kevin Mirallas and Romelu Lukaku secure their first away win since a 3-0 success over Sunderland in September.
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That should be the points in the bag for the Toffees. Another long ball forward, this time from Ross Barkley, and Romelu Lukaku is too strong for the Leicester defence and he bursts into the box and strikes a low shot into the corner of the net.
Tom Cleverley replaces Aaron Lennon for the visitors. Not long for Leicester to salvage a point now.
Idrissa Gueye misses a golden chance to seal the three points when he gets on the end of Romelu Lukaku's cross. Sliding into the six-yard box he puts the ball over the crossbar with the goal at his mercy. It looked harder to miss than score.
A curling effort from Everton's Tom Davies flashes just wide. Moments later Danny Simpson gets his name in the referee's book for a foul on Ross Barkley.
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Ross Barkley is brought on by Ronald Koeman. Goalscorer Kevin Mirallas the man to go off. He gets a pat on the back from his manager.
The Foxes are pumping high balls forward at the moment, but it's meat and drink for the Everton defence. Time is ticking on and the hosts are getting a little desperate.
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Ronald Koeman makes a change of his own. Gareth Barry is withdrawn and replaced by 18-year-old Scouser Tom Davies.
A double change for the Foxes. Riyad Mahrez and Leonardo Ulloa the men to come on, with Demarai Gray and Andy King going off.
And it almost reaps dividends as Argentine striker Ulloa gets his head on Danny Simpson's cross. But Joel Robles is stationed in the right position on his line to save.Copyright: Reuters
Leicester pump a high free-kick into the Everton box, but it's easily claimed by Joel Robles. The hosts need to show a bit more quality with just over a third of the game remaining.
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Leicester were all over the place.
The defence is day dreaming. They have not got a clue, no communication, no organisation. They don't know what is going on and get punished.
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It's route one from Everton. Joel Robles punts a long kick forward and Leicester's backline allow the ball to drop. Kevin Mirallas sees his chance and nips in between Wes Morgan and Marcin Wasilewski to get on the end of the ball. The Belgian winger than scurries into the box before guiding a low finish past Kasper Schmeichel.
Danny Drinkwater, who was brought on for Shinji Okazaki at half-time, has already given Leicester a bit more impetus with his range of passing.
Demarai Gray lets fly from distance but Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles watches it fly high into the crowd.
A half-chance for the home side. A miscued shot from Leicester striker Islam Slimani almost drops to Marc Albrighton, but he's unable to get a touch.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman is furiously scribbling into a notebook.
A man dressed as an elf fired t-shirts into the crowd at the King Power during the half-time break. They had the words 'Watch Out Europe' emblazoned on them. Not sure much of continent will be tuning into this one unless there's a vast improvement in the second half.
Anyway, we're back under way now.
Nothing much to write home about overall. Leicester with a few moments going forward in a 10-minute spell of pressure. Everton haven't forced Foxes goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel to make a meaningful save yet. Let's hope this picks up a bit in the second half.