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Ashley Williams of Everton celebrates as he scores their first goal during the UEFA Europa League Group E match between Everton FC and Olympique Lyon at Goodison Park

Everton 3 Crystal Palace 1: Gylfi guides Toffees to the win as the visitors crumble without Zaha

Everton are up to ninth in the Premier League table and Allardyce said: "It was very good".

'He is a very important part of the squad this year.

"Lots of players haven't played up to their potential that we know they've got this season but we're starting to get better at home".

The South Korea worldwide produced the only moment of quality with nine minutes remaining at the Liberty Stadium, his low effort creeping past Nick Pope to extend Burnley's winless run to 10 matches. It is more his muscle than to do with his (broken) leg, ' added Allardyce, whose side registered only their second win in 10 matches to ease the pressure.

Crystal Palace look set to be without a host of first-team players for the visit to Everton on Saturday afternoon, with Eagles manager Roy Hodgson admitting that star man Wilfried Zaha is likely to be on the sidelines for up to a month - but could return sooner.

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Given all the injuries in the Crystal Palace attacking ranks, it is likely that Everton will be able to keep Palace from scoring.

'As far as I am concerned that matter is belonging to the distant past and I have nothing more to say on the subject and I certainly have no issues with it'.

After a dismal display against Arsenal last time out, Everton took their time to break Crystal Palace down but they were devastating when they did. "Had we brought Cuco off, we didn't have any defenders left on the bench and at 3-1 they could've popped another one in and I think we coped massively well in already losing two defenders today in Mangala and Coleman".

"It's a blip that we have to get over quickly", he said.

Wayne Hennessey made a good stop from Idrissa Gueye in the closest we came to a first-half goal, the Welshman diving low to his right to tip Gueye's bouncing effort wide.

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