*No matter what time of year, no matter what continent you're on, on any given weekend one can catch an entertaining soccer game. The key is to know where to look. Well, look no further soccer fans -- I'm starting a weekly feature that will preview (and eventually recap) the weekend's best match. Also, consider this your open thread for all of the weekend's matches. Here we go...*
**The match:** Manchester City at Everton
**TV:** 11:30 a.m. CDT on FSC
**Quick Preview:** Man City has won their first four matches under new head coach Roberto Mancini (formerly of AC Milan), who replaced the beleaguered Mark Hughes about a month ago. Everton has the managerial stability (hello David Moyes...) that City lacks, but it hasn't translated into results this season as the 12th place Toffees currently sit 15 points behind fourth place Man City.
The match will be Landon Donovan's second at Everton, where he is currently on a 2 1/2 month long loan. Clearly outshining Donovan -- who did register an assist in his Premier League debut last week -- at Man City is Carlos Tevez, who bagged a hat trick against Blackburn on Monday and has tallied 10 goals in his last seven league games.
**My prediction:** 2-2 draw
**Result**: Everton 2 - Man City 0 Landon Donovan got his second straight start for Everton as they put an end to Man City's four-game winning streak. Steven Pienaar and Louis Saha scored for Everton as they moved up to 10th place in the Premier League. Donovan came close to notching his second assist in as many games, but City keeper Shay Given made a great save to keep Marouane Fellaini's header of a Donovan corner out of the back of the net. Check out the full highlights below.