West Bromwich Albion suffered a 1-0 defeat by Everton as Victor Anichebe scored just after the break at The Halton Stadium in Widnes.
Albion had the first real chance on 14 minutes when Stuart Nicholson broke free of the Everton defence but as the Albion striker ran in on goal the ball got stuck in his feet enabling Boyle to clear.
Paul Hopkins had Everton's first meaningful chance but his shot was deflected wide.
Anichebe then had a good effort which just cleared Russell Hoult's crossbar.
Zoltan Gera, playing his third game since his return to action following a lengthy lay-off tested Turner just before the break as the half ended goalless.
The second period sprung into life quickly, with both sides had chances with Anichebe missing a glorious opportunity and then Zoltan Gera again testing Turner.
The home side took control of the game ten minutes into the half and Anichebe was there to put right his earlier miss and Everton ahead.
Carsley's quick throw in found Seargeant who squared for the big striker to finish.
Gera and Nicholson both had gilt-edged chances in the last ten minutes but both fired over the bar.