Coleman delivers for Toffees
Everton 2 Burnley 0
Seamus Coleman bolstered Everton's chances of qualifying for next season's Europa League, capping off a win over Burnley in the Premier League last night.
Marco Silva's side jumped into eighth place, one point behind seventh-place Wolverhampton Wanderers, who host Fulham today.
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However, it was a frustrating night for Burnley's Robbie Brady, who was forced off with an injury ten minutes from time on his first start since December.
Everton continued their impressive recent form, starting brightly and taking the lead after 18 minutes through Ben Mee's own goal, with the defender deflecting in Richarlison's powerful effort.
Coleman doubled Everton's lead two minutes later, heading home the loose ball after Tom Heaton could only parry Lucas Digne's drive.
Burnley striker Ashley Barnes had a goal correctly disallowed for offside as Sean Dyche's men, safe from relegation, threatened briefly.
Matej Vydra was denied a penalty when former Burnley defender Michael Keane appeared to push him over in the box and Everton held on to record their eighth clean sheet in 10 Premier League matches.