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Philip Jagielka | Defensemen

Team: Everton
Age / DOB:  (32) / 8/17/1982
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 183

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Phil Jagielka was solid in Everton's 3-1 win over QPR on Monday, finishing with nine fantasy points despite not getting a clean sheet.
Jagielka has had a fairly solid fantasy season and has improved in recent weeks with Everton's improvement on defense. He has had 10, 7, 4, and 9 fantasy points in the past four weeks, which is a reliable source of points. His price is still a bit high so we would shy away from him in the Yahoo! game. Feel free to use him in other formats where his price is more affordable. Dec 18 - 1:53 PM

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Everton looked to be on the losing end of the derby with their fierce rivals, Liverpool, but a late strike by club captain Phil Jagielka in stoppage time rescues a point for the Toffees in a 1-1 draw.

Another Merseyside classic is in the books. Liverpool had more chances in the match and were given the go-ahead goal in the 65th minute. However, they squandered opportunities to add to their score, as Tim Howard came up with a couple of big saves. There probably weren't too many investors in Jags this week, but there probably wasn't much investment in the Liverpool defense either. Kevin Mirallas left this game a half hour in with a hamstring issue and will likely miss some time.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 27 - 9:47 AM

Roberto Martinez will not rule out Phil Jageilka for Everton's clash with Manchester United on Sunday, but he did state the defender's chances were unlikely.

With the way John Stones has performed in his absence, there is no reason for Martinez to push Jagielka at all, so Stones owners should feel relatively safe in their asset. Everton picked up all 21 possible points in the seven games he missed prior to their defeat last weekend to Crystal Palace so it would be hard to justify making changes at the back. Even when Jagielka is declared fully fit, there's no guarantee he will slot right back in to the XI.
Apr 18 - 2:36 PM

In an effort to boost match fitness, Roberto Martinez says a behind closed doors friendly has been arranged next week for Phil Jageilka.

While the phrase "ruled out" doesn't appear in the limited space of a Twitter report, the information provided can only lead one to conclude that he will not be back for the weekend trip to Sunderland, not the hosting of Palace in the second match of their double gameweek. This now makes the prospect of using John Stones this gameweek a safe one, as the converted fullback continues to hold his own at center back, and an economic one, as he is 3.5m less than the next cheapest route to a Toffee clean sheet, Sylvain Distin.
Apr 10 - 2:22 PM

Roberto Martinez stated in a recent press conference that Everton center back Phil Jagielka is making strides in recovering from his hamstring injury, but the boss will not rush him back to action.

Martinez stressed the importance of having Jagielka back fully fit for the run in, and that youngster John Stones has deputized admirably when called upon. Without absolute clarity before the double gameweek deadlne, both Jagielka and Stones carry risk of playing only one or neither of those games. Only Leighton Baines and Sylvain Distin are locked in to start both from the Toffee defense at this point.
Mar 11 - 10:55 AM

Phil Jagielka has been ruled out of Everton's match this weekend with West Ham United due to a hamstring injury the center back picked up in training this week.

Jagielka's absence would mean a spot start for either youngster John Stones or veteran Antolin Alcaraz to partner Sylvain Distin in the center of the Toffee defense. Alcaraz has spent his share of time in the physio room himself, so Stones my have the inside track, but those looking for a budget option here will have no guarantee.

Roberto Martinez confirmed that Phil Jagielka could be out for as long as four weeks as the Everton center back recovers from a hamstring injury.

Martinez went on to add, "Knowing Phil, he'll be back sooner." After New Year's Day, the Toffees do not have another league game until the 11th of January, so with Martinez's optimism, Jags may only miss one more match. Everton travel to Stoke City to begin 2014, and if you want a budget option from their defense, Antolin Alcaraz, currently valued at 7.39m, should be assured of another start.
Mon, Dec 30, 2013 02:52:00 PM