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Preview | October 1
Southampton have a chance to end their run of two consecutive defeats when Everton arrive at St. Mary's. This match could be important for Saints to build some momentum for the rest of their season, particularly after they beat the Toffees 2-0 last time out. The larger history of this matchup sows some uncertainty for Southampton, who have only been victors in fourteen of their last forty-six Premier League matches against the Toffees.
Southampton have found it difficult to pick up points of late and they now find themselves 14th in the table. This match is likely to be a low-scoring contest. Southampton average 0.9 xG (expected goals) per match, while Everton have only netted 4 times in their last 5. They'll be looking to James Ward-Prowse for inspiration in this match. With 1 assist so far this season, he leads the way for Southampton.
Everton arrive with confidence and are unbeaten in their last 5 games. We can expect a cagey affair here. Everton average just 1.1 xG (expected goals) per match and Southampton have only scored 4 goals in their last 5 games. Jordan Pickford has been reliable in goal. He's recorded 20 saves and conceded only three goals over his last 5 games.
Prediction: Southampton 2-1 Everton
This one could go either way, but Southampton's firepower looks likely to be the difference between the two teams.
Did you know? Everton travelled to St. Mary's to play Southampton in 2015 and won 3-0. That remains the most goals Saints have conceded to the Toffees at home in the Premier League.
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Report | September 18
1 - 0
West Ham United
|Neal Maupay 53|
After a goalless first half, Neal Maupay began the scoring for Everton in the 53rd minute after a set up by Alex Iwobi. This lone goal proved decisive, as Everton held on to beat West Ham and take all three points.
Demarai Gray posed a threat out wide all game, registering 11 crosses. The Toffees had a small but notable advantage in the passing department, racking up 462 completed passes compared to the Hammers' 390. They also did a good job of cutting off the supply to Michail Antonio, limiting him to only 17 touches.
Everton win to end their drawing streak. Meanwhile, It's another game, another loss for West Ham.
|Asmir Begović||Jarrod Bowen|
|Earned a clean sheet||Blocked 3 shots (3rd in the Premier League)|
|Saved 4 shots||9 crosses (22nd in the Premier League)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, October 1st. Everton take on Southampton at St. Mary's, while West Ham face Wolves in a game where both teams will be desperate to come away with three points. Can this be the start of a winning streak for the Toffees? Will the Hammers get out of this rough patch?
Report | September 3
0 - 0
Everton and Liverpool had to settle for a point apiece after a drab encounter at Goodison Park. Neither team was really able to get anything going in the contest, which certainly wasn't one for the neutral. A draw was the right result in the end and both sides will be hoping to produce a bit more creative spark next time out.
For Liverpool, Kostas Tsimikas didn't let the opposition rest, getting 8 crosses into the box. Positives for the Reds? Their superior passing game was clear for all to see; they completed 466 passes compared to the Toffees' 306.
Everton are becoming the league's draw specialists. Meanwhile, Liverpool's run of wins comes to an end.
|Earned a clean sheet||Earned a clean sheet|
|Saved 8 shots||Saved 4 shots|
Next up, Everton face the daunting prospect of high-flying Arsenal on Sunday, September 11th. While Liverpool will look to pick up three points against Wolves on Saturday, September 10th. Can the Toffees pick up a long awaited three points? Will the Reds continue to climb the table?
Report | August 30
1 - 1
|Luis Sinisterra 55||Anthony Gordon 17|
Anthony Gordon netted the first goal of the match for Everton in the 17th minute. Leeds' Luis Sinisterra retaliated with an equalizer in the 55th minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.
Jack Harrison had a field day, registering 13 crosses. The Whites only came away with a draw despite completing 338 more passes than the Toffees. For Everton, Alex Iwobi and Vitalii Mykolenko's excellent reading of the game was on show again, each intercepted the ball 4 times.
Leeds' unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Everton continue their run of draws.
|Luis Sinisterra||Anthony Gordon|
|1 goal scored||1 goal scored|
|1 corner won (3rd on their team)||Took 1 shot (1st on their team)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, September 3rd. Leeds meet Brentford at Brentford Community Stadium, while Everton meet fierce rivals Liverpool. Can the Whites do better next time? Will the Toffees secure a sought after victory?
Report | August 27
1 - 1
|Vitaly Janelt 84||Anthony Gordon 24|
Anthony Gordon got the opener for Everton in the 24th minute. Brentford's Vitaly Janelt retaliated with a tying goal in the 84th minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.
Mathias Jensen had a field day, registering 10 crosses, while Benjamin Mee excellent reading of the game was on show again, intercepting the ball 4 times. The Bees can take confidence from their superior passing game, completing 515 passes compared to the Toffees' 382.
Brentford's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Everton earn their second draw in a row.
|Vitaly Janelt||Anthony Gordon|
|1 goal scored||Had 4 shots on target (3rd in the Premier League)|
|Took 3 shots (2nd on their team)||Took 5 shots (8th in the Premier League)|
Both squads play next on Tuesday, August 30th. Brentford take on Palace at Selhurst Park, while there's no relief for Everton who face a rampant Leeds. Can the Bees do better next time? Will the Toffees start a run of draws?
Report | August 20
1 - 1
|Demarai Gray 88||Brennan Johnson 81|
Brennan Johnson began the scoring for Forest in the 81st minute. Everton's Demarai Gray retaliated with a tying goal in the 88th minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.
Salomón Rondón only touched the ball 12 times, cutting a frustrated figure up front. While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Tricky Trees had a slight advantage, clocking up 438 completed passes to the Toffees' 416. For Forest, Neco Williams was relentless, getting 7 crosses into the opposition box.
Everton finally get a point on the board. Meanwhile, Forest continue their string of mixed results.
|Demarai Gray||Brennan Johnson|
|12 crosses (2nd in the Premier League)||1 goal scored|
|Had 3 shots on target (3rd in the Premier League)||2 crosses (3rd on their team)|
Next up, Everton have a tough game ahead against Brentford on Saturday, August 27th. While Forest meet Tottenham at the City Ground on Sunday, August 28th. Can the Toffees build on this result? Will the Tricky Trees improve their form?
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