Everton welcome Liverpool for yet another derby between the rivals in Premier League this coming Wednesday at Goodison Park. Everton lay claim to a ranking of 14th in the Premier League on 15 points after playing 13 matches. The difference to The Reds is 13 points, which leaves the latter ranked as number 3 in the table from 13 rounds.
With 5 defeats in the last 6 matches, the mood around the Everton camp could probably be a lot better. They need to up their game or prepare for more disappointment when facing Liverpool on home ground.
The Toffees are relatively average in the art of goal-scoring these days. The hosts on Wednesday claimed a steady 9 goals in their previous 10 matches. An average of 0.9 goals per game. They simultaneously allowed their opponents 17 goals or an average of 1.7 goals a game. They clawed out a clean sheet 2 times in this run.
Liverpool head into their next Premier League match, averaging a remarkable 3.3 goals per game in their last 10 matches. They scored a striking total of 33 goals, while also conceding 10 goals. That amounts to an average of 1 per game, in which they kept their opponents from scoring 6 times.
Facts and figures for Everton vs Liverpool in Premier League.
- Everton did not win the last 7 matches in a row;
- Everton did not win the last 3 matches in a row at home;
- Everton has lost in the last 5 of 6 matches;
- Everton conceded in the last 8 of 10 matches.
- Liverpool scored in the last 24 of 26 matches;
- Total goals was OVER 2.5 in Liverpool's last 10 matches in the row;
- Liverpool scored the last 16 matches in a row when playing away;
- Total goals was OVER 3.5 in Liverpool's last 8 matches in the row.
Current form — Everton v. Liverpool
Liverpool to avenge embarrassing defeat
The mood around Everton is pretty low right now as a win has proven hard to come by in recent weeks. Only a single point prevents Everton from having nothing to show for their previous 3 games. They claimed a 0-0 draw against Tottenham, before getting trounced 3-0 against Manchester City. Last time out, more disappointment followed as Brentford ran out 1-0 winners.
The Reds on a roll
Liverpool will be out to extend their fine run of results lately. Liverpool have been in awesome shape going into this next encounter, as they won their last 3 matches on the bounce. Arsenal got left behind in a 4-0 win, before FC Porto got hammered in a 2-0 victory. Southampton was the most recent victim in a 4-0 win for Liverpool.
Just limiting an expected defeat might be the target for The Toffees here. Siding with Liverpool at odds 1.36 is a no-brainer in the kind of form they are displaying. Should this price be a tad on the low side for your preferred betting strategy, consider adding it to a nice accumulator.
Everton v. Liverpool — fixture history
The last time the two teams faced off against each other, The Toffees came away as 0-2 winners. In was a match played at Anfield back in fevereiro 2021 in the Premier League. This time round, betting on Liverpool will get you odds 1.36, meaning the bookies predict, they are in with a 74% chance of beating Everton. You can get a price of 8.00, should you wish to add Everton to your accumulator, if that is your preferred betting strategy. Everton enters the match against Liverpool with a 1-5-4 record in their previous 10 encounters in the Premier League. This amounts to a 10% winning ratio for The Toffees, with Liverpool victorious in 40% of the last 10 encounters. Over 2.5 goals only came out as a winning bet 3 times in the past 10 matches between Everton and Liverpool. Both teams found the back of the net 4 times in those 10 matches.
Current table in the Premier League
Looking at the current Premier League standings, Everton and Liverpool are currently 13 points and 11 places apart. Liverpool will no doubt attempt to grab all three points from The Toffees this coming Wednesday to move further up the league table. Despite being the outsider in this clash, Everton will try to make this a miserable day for their opponents. The result of this game could have a big impact on both teams in their upcoming matches. There is every reason to zoom in on the clash between Everton and Liverpool.
Man of the Moment
Despite having scored just once lately, Alex Iwobi is one of the players from Everton who we expect to be hitting the net again quite soon. Similarly, The Reds have Mohamed Salah on top of the list with 5 goals to his account at this point. Equally, more goals are to be expected from him.