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Report | November 12
3 - 0
|Marcus Tavernier 18|
|Kieffer Moore 25|
|Jaidon Anthony 69|
Marcus Tavernier netted the first goal of the match for Bournemouth in the 18th minute. The first half got even better for Bournemouth when Kieffer Moore extended their lead, and Jaidon Anthony put on the finishing touches with a third score in 69th to get them the 3-0 win.
Lewis Cook continually probed down the flank, getting 4 crosses into the box. For Everton, Idrissa Gana Guèye seemed off the pace defensively, committing 4 fouls in a frustrating game. The Toffees completed 236 more passes than the Cherries, but it came to nothing in the end as they left with a loss.
Bournemouth come away with a much-needed three points. Meanwhile, Everton make it two losses on the bounce.
|Marcus Tavernier||Mark Travers|
|Had 4 shots on target (5th in the Premier League)||Earned a clean sheet|
|Assisted 1 goal||Saved 3 shots|
Next up, Bournemouth take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, December 27th. While Everton face fellow relegation-rivals Wolves for a clash at the bottom of the table on Monday, December 26th. Can this be the start of a winning streak for the Cherries? Will the Toffees get out of this rough patch?
Preview | November 12
This could be a happy day for one of the Premier League's bottom clubs as 17th place Bournemouth battle it out against 16th place Everton at the Vitality Stadium. The Cherries will be bullish about beating the Toffees at home because they were 3-1 victors the last time they met in the Premier League. Meetings between these two have been up for grabs. Over their last ten fixtures, both sides have four victories each.
Bournemouth come into the match devoid of confidence. They've dropped down to 17th in the table after 4 consecutive losses. Bournemouth have been wasteful infront of goal recently. In their last 5 matches, they have averaged 8.8 passes into the box per game, but only found the back of the net 7 times. They'll be looking to Dominic Solanke for inspiration in this match. With three assists so far this season, he leads the way for Bournemouth.
A win for Everton could reignite their season after a bad run of form where they've picked up just 4 points from their last 5 matches. Everton may have their work cut out keeping a clean sheet in this fixture. So far this season, opponents have averaged more than 1.6 xG per match against them. Everton will hope Alex Iwobi's creativity can help following recent struggles. He's been their top setup man this season with five assists (3rd in the EPL).
Bournemouth-Everton Prediction: 1-1
Strap in for an engrossing affair between two teams that we can't split as they are almost equal on paper.
Did you know? Bournemouth conceded their most goals at home in a Premier League match to Tottenham, when they lost 1-5 in 2015.
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Report | November 5
0 - 2
|Youri Tielemans 45|
|Harvey Barnes 86|
Youri Tielemans put Leicester 1-0 up in the 45th minute. Harvey Barnes put the game to bed with a late strike, and there was nothing between the teams for the remainder.
The Foxes had a small but notable advantage in the passing department, racking up 514 completed passes compared to the Toffees' 483. For Everton, Demarai Gray pushed hard to create chances, but his 7 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome.
Everton's mixed form continues. Meanwhile, Things look to be on the up for Leicester as they come away with all three points.
|James Maddison||Harvey Barnes|
|Blocked 4 shots (1st in the Premier League)||Had 4 shots on target (4th in the Premier League)|
|Assisted 2 goals||1 goal scored|
Both squads play next on Saturday, November 12th. Everton meet Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, while Leicester meet West Ham at the London Stadium. Can the Toffees improve their form? Will the Foxes win again?
Report | October 29
0 - 0
Honors even in this one, with neither side able to force a breakthrough.
Andreas Pereira posed a threat out wide all game, registering 10 crosses. For Everton, Amadou Onana was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Cottagers had a slight advantage, clocking up 460 completed passes to the Toffees' 365.
Fulham's win streak snapped. Meanwhile, Everton continue their string of mixed results.
|Bernd Leno||Jordan Pickford|
|Earned a clean sheet||Earned a clean sheet|
|Saved 4 shots||Saved 6 shots|
Both squads play next on Saturday, November 5th. Fulham meet Man City at the Etihad, while Everton take on Leicester at Goodison Park. Can the Cottagers keep their point streak going? Will the Toffees improve their form?
Report | October 22
3 - 0
|Dominic Calvert-Lewin 11|
|Anthony Gordon 63|
|Dwight McNeil 84|
Everton had a great start in this one with an early Dominic Calvert-Lewin goal following some good work by Alex Iwobi. Anthony Gordon added another to put Everton 2-0 up after 63 minutes. Dwight McNeil put the match away with a third in the 84th minute, and Palace were shutout as Everton secured a comfortable win.
Demarai Gray was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls, and he continually probed down the flank, getting 8 crosses into the box. While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Eagles had a slight advantage, clocking up 445 completed passes compared to the Toffees' 387.
Everton's poor run comes to an end. Meanwhile, Palace's mixed form continues.
|Anthony Gordon||Dominic Calvert-Lewin|
|1 goal scored||1 goal scored|
|Took 2 shots (1st in the game)||1 corner won (1st on their team)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, October 29th. Everton take on Fulham at Craven Cottage, while Palace meet Southampton at Selhurst Park. Can this be the start of a winning streak for the Toffees? Will the Eagles improve their form?
Report | October 19
1 - 0
|Miguel Almirón 31|
In a lopsided match turned close, Newcastle were superior throughout, but squandered a myriad of chances to breakthrough. The lone goal of the match occurred in the 31st minute as Miguel Almirón found the back of the net following an assist by Bruno Guimarães. Everton struggled to generate shot opportunities, but may be commended on keeping this one close throughout in what could have been a rout.
Kieran Trippier posed a threat out wide all game, registering 14 crosses. For Everton, the Toffees' scoring efforts were held back by Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who was caught offside 3 times. The Toffees had a slight edge in the passing department, registering 415 completed passes compared to the Magpies' 398.
Newcastle get back in the win column. Meanwhile, Everton come away with yet another loss.
|Kieran Trippier||Amadou Onana|
|Earned a clean sheet||Drew 3 fouls (1st in the game)|
|14 crosses (6th in the Premier League)||2 tackles won (1st on their team)|
Next up, Newcastle face Tottenham in a high-stakes showdown on Sunday, October 23rd. While Everton meet Palace at Goodison Park on Saturday, October 22nd. Can the Magpies win again? Will the Toffees halt their terrible form?
Report | October 15
2 - 0
|Harry Kane 59 [PK]|
|Pierre Emile Højbjerg 86|
Harry Kane began the scoring by capitalising from the penalty spot for Tottenham in the 59th minute. Tottenham's Pierre Emile Højbjerg added another in the 86th minute, and there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, resulting in a 2-0 win.
Ivan Perišić posed a threat out wide all game, registering 8 crosses, although Ben Davies was a frequent offender, committing 4 fouls. Spurs passed the ball about with ease, completing 216 more passes than the Toffees and taking all three points home. Spurs did a good job of cutting off the supply to Neal Maupay, limiting him to only 15 touches.
It's another win for Tottenham as they make it two on the bounce. Meanwhile, It's another game, another loss for Everton.
|Harry Kane||Pierre Emile Højbjerg|
|1 penalty won||1 goal scored|
|Took 7 shots (2nd in the Premier League)||Took 2 shots (4th on their team)|
Both squads play next on Wednesday, October 19th. Tottenham face Man United in a high-stakes showdown, while Everton meet Newcastle at St. James' Park. Can Spurs make it three wins in a row? Will the Toffees get out of this rough patch?
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