Everton and Bournemouth are neighbours in the standings and now they are going to meet in a game of round 22 of the Premier League on Sunday. The teams have collected the same number of points – 27 and scored the same number of goals – 31, with the only difference being the conceded goals, where Everton have the edge with 31, 9 less than the Cherries. The Toffees managed to pass to the next round of FA cup by beating lowly Lincoln at home, while Bournemouth lost at home to Brighton.
Everton vs Bournemouth Head to Head
as of: 09.01.2019
|Last H2H game||Last H2H|
games since 2000
|Everton||Draw||4 W/ 2 D/ 2 L||3 W/ 0 D/ 0 L|
|Bournemouth||Draw||2 W/ 2 D/ 4 L||0 W/ 0 D/ 3 L|
Worth mentioning: Six of the eight games played since 2000 produced over 2,5 goals and saw both sides scoring. Each team has managed to keep a single clean sheet. The Toffees fans have the pleasure of watching their team triumph and goals being scored at both ends every time when the two sides meet at Goodison Park. The goal difference from the 3 meetings in Liverpool stands at 10:4 in favour of Everton. Joshua King from Bournemouth has scored 3 by himself and he hit the back of the net in each of the previous games played here.
Last game between the teams: 25.08.2018 Bournemouth – Everton 2:2; Joshua King 75’ (penalty), Nathan Ake 79’; Theo Walcott 56’, Michael Keane 66’; Richarlison 41’ and Adam Smith 61’ were sent off with straight reds.
Last game at this venue: 23.09.2017 Everton – Bournemouth 2:1; Oumar Niasse 77’, 82’; Joshua King 46’
Everton vs Newcastle Stats
as of: 09.01.2019
|Last game||Last 10|
|Last 5 games home/away|
|Everton||Win||3 W/ 2 D/ 5 L||1 W/ 2 D/ 2 L|
|Bournemouth||Loss||2 W/ 1 D/ 7 L||0 W/ 0 D/ 5 L|
Worth mentioning: The Toffees are not on their best form and they have won only one of the last eight Premier League games, without being able to keep a single clean sheet. Everton managed to end their run of four home games without a win last weekend against Lincoln. The four last games involving Bournemouth, produced over 3,5 goals, but sadly for the Cherries fans, they were mostly on the receiving end as the goal difference of 5:15 shows. It is obvious that their defence needs improvement and the fact that they have 1 clean sheet in the last 15 games only, comes to underline their insufficiencies at the back.
Last game Everton: 05.01.2019 Everton – Lincoln 2:1; Ademola Lookman 12’, Bernard 14’; Michael Bostwick 28’
Last game Newcastle: 05.1.2019 Bournemouth – Brighton 1:3; Marc Pugh 55’; Anthony Knockaert 31’, Yves Bissouma 34’, Florin Andone 64’
Top performers Everton: Richarlison 9 goals 1 assist, Gylfi Sigurdsson 8 goals 3 assists, Lucas Digne 3 goals, 2 assists.
Top performers Newcastle: Callum Wilson 9 goals 5 assists, Ryan Fraser 5 goals 9 assists, Joshua King and David Brooks 5 goals, 2 assists each.
Everton vs Newcastle News
Missing players Everton: Fraser Hornby
Missing players Newcastle: Simon Francis, Lewis Cook, Adam Smith
Everton vs Newcastle Predictions
Everton to win
Over 3 cards