TIM HOWARD admits he cannot wait for the last day of the season when he is confident Everton can claim another scalp of Chelsea.
The American goalkeeper has singled out the visit of the Premier League title favourites on Sunday, May 22 as his stand out fixture of the season.
Everton memorably beat the Stamford Bridge side at Goodison 2-1 in February thanks from two goals from Louis Saha and Howard is predicting another uncomfortable trip for Carlo Ancelotti’s men.
Howard said: “We are looking forward to this game.
“It is always special when we play Chelsea at Goodison. We always give them a really good fight and last season we showed what we could do. Hopefully we can do the same thing again to them this season on the final day.
“Our confidence will be high when we face them because of last season's result.
“The expectation level has also risen and that is fantastic that we are expected to do well even against the biggest teams in the country.”
Meanwhile, Tim Cahill will play at least one more game in the World Cup after FIFA kept his ban to just one match.
Following a red card in Australia’s opening match against Germany, Cahill feared the governing body would deem the offence worthy of a second game suspension. but Cahill was spared the additional punishment and is now eligible to face Serbia in the final Group D match on June 23.