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Frank Lampard says he will thank Chelsea star Mason Mount after scoring against Leeds

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Frank Lampard says he will thank Chelsea star Mason Mount for his goal against Leeds on Wednesday. The Blues midfielder scored the first of three goals in the 3-0 win at Elland Road to help Everton fight relegation.

Leeds, Everton and Burnley are struggling to be the side to avoid relegation at the end of the season – with one of the trio set to finish in 18th place. Leeds look the most likely after Wednesday night.

The 3-0 defeat by Chelsea was compounded by a red card for Dan James. The Welsh star is now out for the remainder of the campaign. Everton are two points clear of Leeds with a game in hand.

Burnley sit 17th, between Leeds and Everton, on the same points as Leeds but with a game in hand. Lampard thanked Mount for his goal after being asked about the Chelsea star he shaped at Derby and Stamford Bridge.

“Yes, [his goal] was useful. It was. I’ll send him a thank you note later. Those things are out of your hands, but Mason is a fantastic player. I’m happy he’s getting those numbers, he’s such a high level player.

“These numbers reflect it. Brilliant for him, Chelsea did us a favor with that result but as I said we need to make sure we do our thing to get that over the line and that’s ahead of us now. Lampard told BeIN Sports.

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Lampard thanks Mount for Leeds goal: Everton safe?

Maybe, but Everton have some tricky games ahead of them. They host an in-form Brentford side on Saturday, with the Bees now in mid-table and with little to play for – which could be dangerous.

Just days separate that game from hosting Palace, another potentially tricky draw – especially given Palace’s 4-0 win over Everton in the FA Cup. Then a trip to Arsenal on the last day. Everton could really fight.

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