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Everton vs Watford tips

Everton vs Watford
Everton
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Watford
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Everton vs Watford tips
Everton’s rollercoaster of a season continued in midweek as they were held to a draw by a determined looking Newcastle outfit at Goodison Park, but there’s no denying that the fans are looking much happier now than they were at the end of last season under Sam Allardyce. Admittedly, Marco Silva’s reign hasn’t been without it’s teething problems. The Toffees possibly have the best squad outside of the Premier League Big Six, but they only managed to win 1 of their opening 6 league games, despite having a very favourable fixture list. Fortunately for the home fans, Everton’s injury crisis eased off and Silva began to show his worth at the helm. They have lost just 2 of their last 9 Premier League outings and have won 5 times in this period. This takes them up to 6th in the table, and no team outside of the top 6 has lost fewer times than them this season. Watford’s season has almost been the reverse of Everton’s so far. The Hornets started off very strongly with 4 consecutive wins in the Premier League, but as is often the case with them, they soon dropped off the boil and now find themselves in a bit of bother. Their 2-1 loss at home to Manchester City in midweek made it 2 wins, 2 draws, and 7 defeats from their last 11 league outings, and it’s dropped them down into the bottom half of the table for the first time this season. Watford have now lost 4 of their last 5 league games, and they’re going up against an Everton side who they have really struggled against in the past. In fact, Watford have never won away from home against Everton, losing 11 of their 12 visits to them and drawing the remaining game. The odds are stacking up in the Toffees’ favour here. They have lost just 1 home game all season in the league and are unbeaten at Goodison Park since the middle of September. 4 of the 5 matches there since then have ended in victory, and despite the doubts over Marco Silva’s defensive astuteness they have even managed to keep a clean sheet in 3 of these games. I think backing an Everton win here looks fantastic value for money.
Everton vs Watford tips
Everton’s rollercoaster of a season continued in midweek as they were held to a draw by a determined looking Newcastle outfit at Goodison Park, but there’s no denying that the fans are looking much happier now than they were at the end of last season under Sam Allardyce. Admittedly, Marco Silva’s reign hasn’t been without it’s teething problems. The Toffees possibly have the best squad outside of the Premier League Big Six, but they only managed to win 1 of their opening 6 league games, despite having a very favourable fixture list. Fortunately for the home fans, Everton’s injury crisis eased off and Silva began to show his worth at the helm. They have lost just 2 of their last 9 Premier League outings and have won 5 times in this period. This takes them up to 6th in the table, and no team outside of the top 6 has lost fewer times than them this season. Watford’s season has almost been the reverse of Everton’s so far. The Hornets started off very strongly with 4 consecutive wins in the Premier League, but as is often the case with them, they soon dropped off the boil and now find themselves in a bit of bother. Their 2-1 loss at home to Manchester City in midweek made it 2 wins, 2 draws, and 7 defeats from their last 11 league outings, and it’s dropped them down into the bottom half of the table for the first time this season. Watford have now lost 4 of their last 5 league games, and they’re going up against an Everton side who they have really struggled against in the past. In fact, Watford have never won away from home against Everton, losing 11 of their 12 visits to them and drawing the remaining game. The odds are stacking up in the Toffees’ favour here. They have lost just 1 home game all season in the league and are unbeaten at Goodison Park since the middle of September. 4 of the 5 matches there since then have ended in victory, and despite the doubts over Marco Silva’s defensive astuteness they have even managed to keep a clean sheet in 3 of these games. I think backing an Everton or Draw here looks fantastic value for money.
Everton vs Watford tips
Everton’s rollercoaster of a season continued in midweek as they were held to a draw by a determined looking Newcastle outfit at Goodison Park, but there’s no denying that the fans are looking much happier now than they were at the end of last season under Sam Allardyce. Admittedly, Marco Silva’s reign hasn’t been without it’s teething problems. The Toffees possibly have the best squad outside of the Premier League Big Six, but they only managed to win 1 of their opening 6 league games, despite having a very favourable fixture list. Fortunately for the home fans, Everton’s injury crisis eased off and Silva began to show his worth at the helm. They have lost just 2 of their last 9 Premier League outings and have won 5 times in this period. This takes them up to 6th in the table, and no team outside of the top 6 has lost fewer times than them this season. 6/1 Everton to Win, Richarlison to Score, Over 5.5 Everton Corners & 20+ Watford Booking Points #OddsOnThat special for ALL customers! BET TIP HERE New Betfair customers can JOIN HERE Watford’s season has almost been the reverse of Everton’s so far. The Hornets started off very strongly with 4 consecutive wins in the Premier League, but as is often the case with them, they soon dropped off the boil and now find themselves in a bit of bother. Their 2-1 loss at home to Manchester City in midweek made it 2 wins, 2 draws, and 7 defeats from their last 11 league outings, and it’s dropped them down into the bottom half of the table for the first time this season. Watford have now lost 4 of their last 5 league games, and they’re going up against an Everton side who they have really struggled against in the past. In fact, Watford have never won away from home against Everton, losing 11 of their 12 visits to them and drawing the remaining game. The odds are stacking up in the Toffees’ favour here. They have lost just 1 home game all season in the league and are unbeaten at Goodison Park since the middle of September. 4 of the 5 matches there since then have ended in victory, and despite the doubts over Marco Silva’s defensive astuteness they have even managed to keep a clean sheet in 3 of these games. I think backing an Everton win here looks fantastic value for money, and a 1-0, 2-0 correct score predictions looks good.
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