It was a second half to remember for Everton as they have now won eight of their last nine games after they thrashed Wolves 5-0 on Saturday morning.
Callum Dyson and George Green both hit superb efforts in the first ten minutes of the second half, mirroring each other by flying in from the edge of the area.
Harry Charsley netted a tap-in to put the Blues 3-0 up and Courtney Duffus’ brace sealed the win.
Everton coach Kevin Sheddy said: “We started slowly and we had to have words at half time but after that we were much like our usual selves. That’s the first time we’ve scored five this season and it’s obviously a pleasing scoreline.”
The results sees Everton remain top of the northern group while Wolves remain in fourth.
Tottenham and Fulham played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at the top of the southern division.
The two sides are both level on top of the league with 29 points each.
Moussa Dembele played in Solomon Sambou to fire Fulham into an early lead and the Cottagers were unlucky to go into the break more than one goal ahead.
Spurs struck twice in quick succession after the break with strikes from Josh Onomah and Shayon Harrison.
Dembele got the goal he deserved to claim Fulham’s equaliser and a deserved point for both sides.
Bolton 0-1 Newcastle, Everton 5-0 Wolves, Liverpool 3-1 Stoke, Blackburn P-P Man United, Middlesbrough 0-3 Sunderland, Norwich 2-1 Leicester, Southampton 2-2 Arsenal, Tottenham 2-2 Fulham, West Brom 2-2 Reading, West Ham 3-1 Aston Villa.