Nothing to play for in this one with West Ham having done enough to get themselves safe from the drop. Everton have put together a nice stretch of unbeaten form to round out the season with and after some hardships early on they will be finishing in the top half of the table.
West Ham 11/8, Everton 2/1, Draw 9/4* (Betting Odds taken at 10:55 p.m. on May 9th, 2018)
The Hammers played out a 0-0 draw at home against Manchester United on Thursday which was a nice little point picked up. They have only won one of their last six league games though, but in that sequence, they did face four top six sides. Overall this season the Hammers have produced a W6 D6 L6 record on home soil and there’s not really been any consistency there of late to speak of. The Hammers are W2 D2 L2 in their last six. They have now taken back to back clean sheets though and West Ham to win to nil is at 10/3 odds* (betting odds taken on May 9th, 2018 at 10:46 p.m.). The Hammers have not been a powerful scoring side this term and just 44% of their home games have made it over the 2.5 goal line this season. They have been level at half time in ten of their home fixtures so perhaps the half time draw at Betfair is going to be worth considering as this does look as if it will be an evenly matched affair. Marko Arnautovic is their top scorer this season with a ten-goal haul and half of those were at home. There’s nothing riding on this, don’t expect a lot.
It hasn’t been a bad end of the season for Everton with a W2 D3 record and having suffered just the one loss in their last eight played and that was against Man City. They have had little joy out on the road though with just a W3 D6 L9 record having been posted by them all season but the three wins that they have taken away from home have all been again sides currently sitting 10th or lower in the league. Four of Everton’s last five games have ended under 2.5 goals so that is worth considering for this one. Under 2.5 goals at Betfair is at 4/6 odds* (betting odds taken on May 9th, 2018 at 7:15 p.m.). The Toffees have returned just get fifteen away goals all season while they haven’t been that tight at the back at all having conceded an average of 1.8 goals per away game. They have taken a clean sheet in just 17% of their road games. It is one of those end of season games where nothing matters and there are two average sides meeting up. It may not be the greatest of spectacles.
Everton smashed the Hammers 4-0 at Goodison Park earlier in the season and that extended their unbeaten streak of form to three against the Londoners. West Ham have failed to score in their last three now against the Toffees. Everton just totally boss West Ham in the head to head as they have lost just one of their last twenty-two games against them. That’s a pretty sound record.
The draw has the most appeal in this one as Everton haven’t done a lot of winning on the road this season. West Ham are just hit and miss at the best of times and with nothing at stake in this fixture, settle on an end of season draw.
11th May 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Toffees are having a little bit of an end of season flourish with a four-match undefeated streak of form on the board at the moment. They have won their last two as well. They stand in the way of Southampton’s survival hopes on the weekend. The Saints bagged a hugely important win in the south coast derby against Bournemouth last weekend and head into the weekend just one point from safety.
Southampton 11/8, Everton 19/10, Draw 23/10* (Betting Odds taken at 08:49 p.m. on April 30th, 2018)
The Toffees are closing out the season in a bit of appositive fashion it would seen with a four-match unbeaten streak going and wins in their last two. They have taken a clean sheet in three of their last four games actually home and away combined and Everton to win to nil at Coral is at 15/4 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 10:395 p.m. on May 1st, 2018). Everton have taken a clean sheet in 39% of their home games this season. Their last two at Goodison Park have gone under 2.5 goals so that could be another good one to jump on for your betting in this one. Everton’s overall home record is at W10 D3 L5 and each of those defeats were against teams currently above them. So there’s a good chance of them delivering three points in this one. The Toffees have averaged 1.5 goals per home game this term and 74% of their home goals have come in the second half of home fixtures. They are just winding down the season at this point.
Southampton are scraping for their Premier League survival. They got themselves a huge three points at home against Bournemouth last weekend with a 2-1 success. They didn’t look particularly good though it has to be said, but it was three precious points and it snapped an eight-match winless streak (D3 L5) that they were on. The Saints drew their last away game which was at Leicester but they are winless in five on the road (D2 L3) and have failed to find the back of the net in three of their last four on their travels. The Saints are averaging under a goal per game away from St Marys this season and have failed to score in 41% of their away games. Do they have the firepower in them to grind out three points away from home in this one? Only three players have produced more than one away goal for them this season, one of them being Charlie Austin (2) who looks their best route to a goal at the moment. Southampton’s season has been poor on the road and both teams not to score at Coral is at 10/11 odds with some appeal* (Betting Odds taken at 10:395 p.m. on May 1st, 2018).
Southampton posted a big 4-1 home win over Everton when they met at St Mary’s earlier in the season. They lost 3-0 at Goodison Park though last season and haven’t won any of their last twelve league visits to Goodison Park (D3 L9). Both teams have scored in just two of the last eight league meetings between the two of them.
Everton can sink the Saints back into trouble by collecting three points at home against them. Even though they won last weekend, Southampton didn’t look great and they are going up against an Everton side who have done pretty well on home soil this term. Everton to win.
2nd May 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Huddersfield collected a huge three points for themselves last time out with a home success over Watford. That was back on April 14th, as they got last weekend off to recharge themselves a bit. They will have reason to be confident in this home game as well against an Everton side who have been poor by and large, away from home this season.
Huddersfield 6/4, Draw 15/8, Everton 15/8* (Betting Odds taken at 6:25 p.m. on April 23rd, 2018)
The Terriers got last weekend off so should be recharged a little bit. They have taken four points from their last two league games but the win over Watford in their last game is their only league success in their last six. Their current home form reads W2 D1 L1 and that is part of an overall record of W6 D5 L6 for the season on home soil. Goals haven’t been produced at a high rate with them having netted 16 in their 17 home fixtures but they have earned a clean sheet in 41% of their home games which is pretty good. That should lead this to being a low scoring game and under 2.5 goals at Paddy Power is at 8/15 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 10:25 p.m. on April 23rd, 2018). Of the goals that they have produced on home soil this season 62% of them have come in the first half of matches and in total 66% of their points this season have been picked up at home. Starting the weekend six points above the drop zone, they should get safe but anything out of this would help tremendously.
Everton managed a 1-0 home win over Newcastle on Monday night to put themselves in the top half of the table at the expense of the Magpies. It is their away form which is really the big concern for them. They have lost five of their last seven away from Goodison Park in the top flight but are unbeaten in their last two with a win at Stoke followed by a point at Swansea. Overall there have been only the two away wins for Everton this season which is a really poor return from them and they have managed just the 13 away goals. So that’s another indicator that this is probably going to be a low scoring duel and both teams not to score at Paddy Power is at 11/10 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 10:25 p.m. on April 23rd, 2018). The Toffees have managed a clean sheet in just 12% of their away games this season and have scored just four opening goals on their travels this term. Needless to say a big portion, 71% in fact, of their points this season have been taken at home.
The Toffees were 2-0 home winners over the Terriers at the start of December in what was the first ever Premier League meeting between the two of them. That was the first league game between the pair since an old Division One meeting back in 1972. So there’s really not much current history to look back at.
The draw looks the most likely outcome in this one really. Huddersfield will be happy enough to avoid defeat on home soil at this stage of the season and Everton just doesn’t look strong enough to go and get a win.
25th April 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Swans have been picking up enough points here and there to just about keep their heads above water. There are just the four points between themselves and the drop zone still though. Everton comes for a visit on the weekend having collected a good point in their Merseyside duel with Liverpool last weekend. They haven’t produced much away form this season though.
Swansea 7/5, Everton 21/10, Draw 21/20* (Betting Odds taken at 11:22 p.m. on April 9th, 2018)
Swans collected a point out at West Brom last weekend leaving them with a W1 D2 L1 record in their last four games. They have only lost twice since January 2nd so have been doing alright. At home, they are running on a four-match winning streak at the moment having beaten both Arsenal and Liverpool in that sequence as well. Overall this season Swansea are W6D2 L7 at the Liberty Stadium, but their form has upped. They haven’t been prolific in front of goal for most of the season and have just the fifteen home goals. So under 2.5 goals at William Hill for this one is at 3/5 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 3:11 p.m. on April 10th, 2018). It really doesn’t matter at this point in what manner wins appear, as long as they keep coming. Swansea have scored 10 of their 15 home games this season in the second half of matches. In the William Hill Correct Score market a Swansea 1-0 option is at 13/2 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 3:11 p.m. on April 10th, 2018).
The Toffees don’t have any away form going for them having lost five of their last six road games. They had lost five in a row before squeaking past Stoke in their last away games. That was just Everton’s second away win of the entire season (D5 L9) so they can’t exactly be trusted on their travels. They have only produced the twelve away goals all season having failed to score in 38% of their games away from Goodison. They have conceded a goal in each of their last six on the road though and there’s nothing to really suggest that they can make a good go of this. A 0-0 half time correct score is probably worth considering though at 6/4 odds with William Hill* (Betting Odds taken at 3:11 p.m. on April 10th, 2018). Everton have their mid-table place starting the weekend in ninth and really only one place higher is the best that they could realistically end the season with.
Everton were big 3-1 winners at home against Swansea earlier in the season. They did, however, win this corresponding fixture last season 1-0 and in the last five Premier League meetings things are slightly in Swansea’s favour with a W2 D2 L1 record against Everton. Swansea are undefeated in their last four at home against Everton in all competitions (W2 D2). Five of the last seven meetings in all competitions have ended under 2.5 goals.
Swansea can nab the points in this one and punch themselves up the table towards safety. Everton just aren’t all that reliable away from home to really warrant putting a lot of stock into. Settle on the home win.
12th April 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Liverpool will continue to strive towards a top-two finish this season as they face off against Everton in the Merseyside derby on the weekend. Best case scenario for the Reds is that they finish in second place after the weekend. Worst case scenario fourth. Everton will be under pressure under the weight of Liverpool’s powerful home form and the Toffees found Manchester City too hot to handle last weekend.
Liverpool 8/13, Draw 16/5, Everton 15/4* (Betting Odds taken at 7:32 p.m. on April 2nd, 2018)
The Toffees have had a pretty decent run of form at Goodison Park recently with three wins in their last four there (L1). It was in their last home game that they suffered that loss which was against Manchester City. They have done well enough in front of goal having scored at least two goals in eight of their nine home victories this season on home soil. While a win for them in this one is going to be tough, it should contribute to this being a high scoring game. Everton have averaged 1.6 goals per game at home and over 3.5 goals at bet365 is at odds of 7/10* (Betting Odds taken at 4:51 p.m. on April 3rd, 2018). Overall this season Everton’s home form is W9 D2 L5 but with only the two losses in their last eleven there. The Toffees are on a five-match scoring streak at home. Cenk Tosun has scored three goals in his last three games for the Toffees so may be worth a look in the anytime goalscorer market. Everton’s season is really being held up by their home form but they have only been leading at halftime on three occasions this season at Goodison Park. Clean sheets have been hard to come by for the Toffees and therefore both teams to score at bet365 has to be a decent proposition.
Liverpool have been in terrific league form. They have played to a W6 D1 L1 record in their last eight games and since their loss at Old Trafford back on March 10th, they have won their following two games, totalling seven goals and conceding just the one. They scraped past Crystal Palace last weekend and of course, had extra midweek work in the Champions League against Man City to contend with. The Reds have won three of their last four away games in the Premier League, part of a W9 D3 L4 record this season on their travels. Mo Salah still can’t stop scoring and he is the 5/2 bet365 first goalscorer favourite* (Betting Odds taken at 4:51 p.m. on April 3rd, 2018). The Reds have averaged 2.3 goals per away game this season and they are on a four-match scoring streak on their travels. 50% of their road games have made it over 3.5 goals (44% have gone over 4.5 goals) so they are shaping up well for a challenge in this one. A second place finish in the league this season is well and truly on for them still. Liverpool have opened the scoring in ten of their sixteen away games this season.
Everton battled out a home point against Liverpool earlier the season but fell to their rivals in the FA Cup. Liverpool are unbeaten in their last six trips to Goodison Park in the Premier League with a W2 D4 record from that sequence. Liverpool have lost just one of their last seventeen games home and away against the Toffees. Both teams have scored in each of the last three.
Liverpool won’t take their foot off the gas in this one and they are likely to three points. Everton have done pretty well on home soil this season, but still with the threat of Liverpool’s attack, their defence may have a tough time holding out.
4th April 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
With back to back wins just before the international break, Everton’s future looks a little more promising. That may all come crashing down when they host Man City on Saturday evening. But still, the Toffees are one of the few sides to have taken points off the citizens this season having played out a 1-1 draw at the Etihad earlier in the season.
Man City 1/3, Draw 4/1, Everton 8/1* (Betting Odds taken at 05:47 a.m. on March 26th, 2018)
The Toffees have won their last two games, taking down Brighton and Stoke and they have some good home form going as well. They have won their last three at Goodison Park, scoring at least two goals nine each of those and they have lost just one home game in their last ten (W7 D2 L1). So they have been pretty solid at home it’s fair to say, they just haven’t backed it up out on the road. Everton have averaged 1.6 goals per home game this term and have hit the back of the net in each of their last four. So that all makes for good reading except for the fact that they are taking on a brilliant Manchester City side here. But it may just be worth backing the Toffees to at least get on the scoresheet given their solid home form and both teams to score at bet365 is at 10/11 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 05:42 p.m. on March 26th, 2018). The half time draw may well appeal too as the Toffees have been level at the break in nine of their home fixtures this term. Of the goals that they have scored at home so far, they have netted 72% of them in the second half of matches.
Win the next two games and the title is the bag for the Citizens. They are on a four-match winning streak at the moment and are W6 D1 in their last seven. Out on the road, their record is W12 D2 L1 and the only blip was that loss on their last trip to Merseyside as Liverpool beat them 4-3 at Anfield in the middle of January. City have averaged 2.3 goals per away game this season and they have conceded just the ten goals on the road as well, well under a goal per game on average. The Citizens have scored in each of their last nine league outings now and a win in this one sets up a title-winning shot in their following game against rivals Manchester United. Sergio Aguero is the first goalscorer favourite but David Silva has scored three in his last two away games and it at 9/4 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 05:42 p.m. on March 26th, 2018) in the bet365 anytime goalscorer market. Manchester City have scored in 93% of their away matches this season and are likely to find the back of the net one way or another. They will want the league title wrapped up as quickly as possible so they can fully focus on the Champions League.
There was the 1-1 draw between them earlier this season and Everton are unbeaten in their last three Premier League games against City (W1 D2) and have lost just one of their last six against him in all competitions (W2 D3 L1). So they actually have a decent bit of form. They have won just one of their last four at home in the top flight against the Citizens though (D1 L2) but that win was in last season’s corresponding fixture, a big 4-0 one at that.
Manchester City should be good for the win on Merseyside. They know the title is close now and they can deliver a little revenge in this one. Everton have improved their fortunes recently, but aren’t likely to be good enough to stop City.
28th March 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Potters came up empty-handed against Man City last Monday, as expected and it left them in the drop zone. They have not been collecting wins but do have four drawn matches in their last six and are fighting. Everton are just a total hit and miss but eased the pressure with a home win last weekend. They are out of form on their travels though.
Stoke 11/8, Everton 2/1, Draw 9/4* (Betting Odds taken at 8:00 p.m. on March 13th, 2018)
Stoke suffered a 2-0 loss to Manchester City last Monday, an expected defeat to be fair. Stoke are W1 D4 L2 in their last seven league games, so certainly Paul Lambert has toughened them up. But without a win in six, where is the next victory coming from? Stoke are W1 D2 L1 in their last four at home in the league, part of an overall record of W5 D4 L6 for the season at the Bet365 Stadium. There is a clear lack of output from Stoke who have failed to score in three of their last six games now and none in their last two. With Arsenal, Spurs and Liverpool still to come this season, the Potters have to take their chances in games like this. Stoke have only managed 16 goals in their 15 home games this season while they have taken a clean sheet in just 20%. It may be worth a flutter on both teams to score at bet365 for 10/11 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 8:00 p.m. on March 13th, 2018) as neither defence can be trusted in this one. Each of Stoke’s last five home games have gone under 2.5 goals so that’s another good option to consider for the fixture. Can they haul themselves out of the drop zone this weekend?
The Toffees are in terrible shape away from home having lost their last five on the road and going unbeaten in their last six away from Goodison Park. It’s pretty miserable stuff. They did take a 2-0 home win over Brighton last weekend to keep their good home form going. Overall this season on their travels they have gone just W1 D5 L9 in the top flight and they have managed just the ten goals in their last fifteen road games, which is a really poor return. They have not earned a clean sheet in any of their last five away games and overall this season have managed one in just 13% of their away fixtures. 60% of the goals that they have managed to come up with this season away from home been in the first half of matches but have only been ahead at half time three times this term on the road. Wayne Rooney is their top scorer on the road with four, the only Everton player to have scored more than one away goal this season. Only bottom side West Brom have a worse away record than the Toffees.
Everton took a 1-0 home win over Stoke earlier in the season at Goodison Park and the Toffees are W3 D1 in their last four games against the Potters. Stoke though have lost just one of their last eight home games against the Toffees (W2 D5 L1). Each of the last three have gone under 2.5 goals.
Stoke have to take their chances against such a poor away side like Everton. This could be where it all counts for the survival of the Potters who have much tougher games to come than this. Home win.
14th March 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Everton’s season is rapidly descending into a farce again. With three defeats in their last four games they have slipped down into the bottom half of the table and look really poor and pressure must be increasing on Sam Allardyce. Brighton meanwhile have their tails up after a great run of form and sit level on points with the Toffees going into this one. Can the Seagulls grab more precious survival points?
Everton 23/20, Draw 21/10, Brighton 13/5* (Betting Odds taken at 4:06 a.m. on March 6th, 2018)
The Toffees have been in a bit of a mess having lost three of their last four league games now. Recently they are W2 D1 L6 so have been well out of form and it has largely been down to a lack of fight and concentration in their back line. They have at least managed to stay unbeaten in their last three league games at Goodison Park, winning the last two there. But there is just no trusting them to collect a clean sheet at the moment so both teams to score at Ladbrokes has some immediate appeal for the game at 8/11 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 4:06 a.m. on March 6th, 2018). There has been no clean sheet for Everton at Goodison Park in their last four games and they have not earned one in any of their last nine games home and away. So there’s a decent chance that they are going to concede. Everton have been level at half time in eight of their home games so the half time draw should appeal somewhat and 70% of Everton’s home goals have been in the second half of matches, while they have conceded 67% of their goals at home after the half time break. Oumar Niasse has two goals in his last three home games for the Toffees.
The Seagulls have to come to life just at the right time with a five-match unbeaten streak of form going (W3 D2) and they landed a big win over Arsenal last weekend. They have won their last three home games, but are without a win in their last eight road games in the top flight, drawing their last two. Like Everton, they have been struggling for clean sheets and don’t have one in any of their last eight league games. Each of their last nine league matches on the road have ended with less than three goals, so under 2.5 goals at Ladbrokes is an option at 13/8 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 4:06 a.m. on March 6th, 2018). The Seagulls do only have two away wins for the season, so it is hard to back them still out on the road, but there could be value in a 1-1 correct score at Ladbrokes as Brighton’s last two away games have ended that way. Now is the time for them to be picking up points as they have games against top four sides in three of their last four fixtures for the season.
There was a 1-1 draw between Brighton and Everton earlier in the season in what was their first meeting since the 1932/82 old English Division 1 season. So there’s really nothing much to look back on. Everton are 5-2 ahead with two draws from the previous nine meetings that the two clubs have played out. The last two at Goodison Park have both been draws.
The draw looks the most plausible outcome in this one. Everton have been a mess and you would imagine that the Seagulls would be more than happy with another point in the bag in this one to steer them further to Premier League survival.
7th March 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Burnley’s achingly long winless streak of Premier League form continued last weekend as they could only play out a 1-1 draw at Turf Moor against Southampton. They get a visit from Everton on Saturday lunchtime. The Toffees suffered a 1-0 loss out at Vicarage Road against Watford last weekend. Will Burnley be able to take them down as well?
Burnley 8/5, Everton 2/1, Draw 19/10* (Betting Odds taken at 04:22 a.m. on February 26th, 2018)
The Clarets are now eleven games without a win in the top flight after playing out a 1-1 draw to Southampton last weekend. That is back to back 1-1 draws that they have taken at Turf Moor now and they are winless in five at home in the league. In the William Hill correct score market a 1-1 draw is at 11/2, the same odds as a Burnley 1-0* (Betting Odds taken at 10:14 p.m. on February 26th, 2018). The Clarets have the ten goals in their fourteen home games this season, but defensively they have been tight as well with just an average of 0.8 goals per game against them at Turf Moor. Just 14% of their games at home this season have produced more than three goals so look under 2.5 goals at William Hill for an obvious option at 4/9 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 10:14 p.m. on February 26th, 2018). Burnley have failed to take a clean sheet in any of their last seven games in the Premier League, and none in their last five on home soil in particular. It is worth backing a half-time draw as most of the goals at Turf Moor have been produced in the second half games.
Everton’s poor away form continued last weekend with a 1-0 loss at Watford. That is a four-match losing streak that they are on in the top flight away from Goodison Park and they are winless in five. They are stuck on just the one away win all season and haven’t had a lot to cheer about. They have scored just the two goals in their last five away games as well so they haven’t raised much of a threat going forward at all. Everton have not taken a clean sheet in any of their last eight games in the league and in one of their last four away from home. They have earned a clean sheet in just 14% of their away games. Only Stoke and West Brom have a worse away record in the Premier League this season than Everton do’s and only three teams have a worse defensive record as well. They are not a side who can be trusted away from home and Wayne Rooney is still the only player for them to have scored more than one away goal this season in the league. Both teams not to score at William Hill is at 13/20 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 10:14 p.m. on February 26th, 2018).
Burnley were 1-0 victors at Goodison Park back in October and that gives them two wins in their last three league games against the Toffees. The Clarets won this corresponding fixture 2-1 last season. This will be just the eighth Premier League clash between the two clubs and from the previous seven, Everton are 4-3 ahead. Burnley are W2 L1 from their three previous Premier League home games against the Toffees.
The draw would have to be the most favourable option in this fixture then. Burney still can’t manage to find that win and Everton’s form away from home has tanked. It will probably end up as a share of the spoils.
27th February 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
Watford are only four points above the drop zone heading in the weekend and they will look for a big three home points as they face up to Everton. A win in the home fixture could well pull the Hornet’s up into the top half of the table though. Everton have won two of their last three league games but remain vulnerable at the back.
Watford 23/20, Draw 11/5, Everton 5/2* (Betting Odds taken at 11:30 p.m. on February 20th, 2018)
The Hornets suffered a 2-0 loss at West Ham in their last league matches which leaves them with a W1 D2 L2 record in their last five played. Their home record now for the season stands at W4 D4 L5 and in their last game at Vicarage Road they produced arguably their best performance of the season to smash Chelsea 4-1 in a fully deserved victory. That is W2 D1 L1 that they have produced at home in their last four league games so there is a little more hope there. They have scored twenty goals in their thirteen league games at home and have found the back of the net in each of the last eight there. It is probably worth looking over 2.5 goals at bet365 for the game as neither of these defences really look up to very much. Watford have conceded in each of their last seven league games now and overall have shipped to an average of two goals per home game. Both teams to score at Bet365 is going to have plenty of appeal as well. 69% of games at Vicarage Road this season have gone over 2.5 goals including each of the last five.
The Toffees have lost one of their last four (W2 D1) however, both of the wins in that sequence were at Goodison Park though. They are on a three-match losing streak away from home which is a bit troubling and they have won just the one away game all season. There has been a real lack of attacking threat from them on their travels with the Toffees only netting nine away goals this season which is extremely poor. They are without a clean sheet in any of their last seven Premier League games as well and in their last four road games specifically, they have conceded twelve goals. So they are certainly going to be at risk in this one. 76% of Everton’s points have been earned at home this season and only two teams have managed to pick up fewer away points than the Toffees have managed this term. Top scorer for them out on the road this season is Wayne Rooney who has netted four and he’s the only Everton player to have managed more than one away goal this season. Will their lack of form out on the road come back to haunt them again?
Everton were 3-2 home winners over Watford earlier in the season and that is back to back league wins that they have banked over the Hornets. Everton are W6 D2 L1 from their nine previous Premier League games against the Hornets However, Watford have taken four points from their last two league home games against the Toffees. Seven of the nine previous Premier league clashes have gone over 2.5 goals.
Watford really have to seize this chance to get some breathing space between themselves and the drop zone. They are capable of stringing together a good enough performance which could down the sloppy Everton back line. Home win.
22nd February 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting