Everton v Bournemouth Betting Preview, Odds & Tips | 13/01/19
Dave South (@LockupTipster) previews Everton v Bournemouth and provides us with his best bets for Sunday’s 14:15pm kick off by analysing team news, potential line-ups, head-to-head, key stats and facts and more.
Everton v Bournemouth Betting Preview, Odds & Tips
- Date: 13/01/19
- Time: 14:15
- Venue: Goodison Park
- Channel: Sky Sports Premier League
With neither side in the best of form heading into this fixture, the Toffee’s have lost four of the last five in the league with only one victory in the last eight. Bournemouth have lost nine of the last eleven and have leaked goals left, right and centre with the last three meetings producing fifteen goals at Goodison Park.
Everton have a clean bill of health, giving gaffer Marco Silva options from their last training session on Saturday.
Nathaniel Clyne will make his Premier League debut for Bournemouth at right-back, but fellow January arrival Dominic Solanke is injured for the rest of the month.
Other forward options Joshua King and Callum Wilson are also doubts and Eddie Howe will be desperate to have both players available this weekend after Jermain Defoe left the club earlier this month.
Potential Everton Starting XI: Pickford, Keane, Mina, Digne, Coleman, Gomes, Gueye, Bernard, Siguardsson, Walcott and Richarlison
Potential Bournemouth Starting XI: Begovic, Daniels, Ake, Cook, Clyne, Stanislas, Lerma, Surman, Brooks, Fraser and King
Head To Head
Everton 3-1-2 (last six)
Key Stats & Facts
- There have been over 2.5 goals scored in ten of Bournemouth’s last 12 games in the league.
- Bournemouth have lost all of the last five league away games.
- Bournemouth have conceded at least three goals in all of their last three matches.
- Bournemouth have been losing at half time and full time in all of their last three away matches.
- Everton – 4/5 Betfair
- Draw – 3/1 Unibet
- Bournemouth – 19/5 Marathonbet
I feel that with both sides out of form, could both do with the victory. You cannot ignore the sheer volume of goals this fixture has produced either, seeing an average of five goals a game over the last three meetings at Goodison with Marathonbet 73/100 to see three or more goals in the game. Both teams have scored in five of the last six meetings with Hills 4/6 on this occurring again.
As regular readers will be aware of, I like the corners markets in games where teams are fairly closely matched and was pleasantly surprised to see Skybet offer 4/5 on both sides bagging four or more corners each. Hills are just 4/7 and 7/5 on both to be awarded five or more. Skybet leap to 15/8, which is worth a go. Both sides have been awarded at least four corners in three or the last four meetings solidifying the claim for Skybet’s 4/5.
In nine of the last ten on the road, the visitors have been awarded no fewer than four corners in each of their encounters and six of these ten with five or more.
The hosts in comparison may be a little patchier, with nine from eleven seeing more than three corners awarded at home. On seven of these occasions have taken five or more. With both sides seemingly going through a below par expectation, the hope is that the fluidity of football, which have led to some of the higher end of corners being awarded could be a good stat sign here.