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Preview | May 22

Arsenal-Everton

Arsenal entertain Everton.

Does a dramatic final day lie ahead? Hoping to end a run of two straight Premier League games without a victory, struggling Arsenal host an Everton side coming off a defeat at the hands of Brentford at Goodison Park. Despite their struggles, a good performance by the Gunners might be enough to move them past Tottenham and into the 4th spot in the table. But that won't come easy for Arsenal, as they were defeated by the Toffees 1-2 in their last league meeting.

Arsenal | LLWWW | 5th | Top Scorer: B. Saka (11)

Arsenal's recent form has seen them drop down to 5th in the table. The Gunners have taken 15.2 shots per match this season (5.1 of which have been on target). That shot accuracy has contributed to their season average of 1.6 xG (expected goals) per match coming into this one. They may count on Gabriel for his defense, he currently leads the team with 30 tackles won (57th in the EPL).

Everton | LDWWL | 16th | Top Scorer: Richarlison (9)

Everton's recent performance has been reflected in the table. They've risen quickly up to 16th. They've overcome a below average scoring attack. Their average xG (expected goals) of 1.2 is 6th lowest in the league. Richarlison will be front and center in their attempt to prolong success. He has been their top shot-taker this year with 68 shots (20th in the EPL). Jordan Pickford has been fantastic for them in goal. He has recorded the 5th most saves in the EPL this year.

It looks likely to be a tight low-scoring affair, but home advantage could be enough to see Arsenal over the line.

Arsenal-Everton Prediction: 1-0

Did you know? The most common scoreline between the two teams in Premier League history is 2-0 to Arsenal – which has occurred 9 times.

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Report | May 22

Arsenal

5 - 1

Everton

Martinelli 27 [PK] Donny van de Beek 45
Eddie Nketiah 31
Cédric 56
Gabriel 59
Martin Ødegaard 82

Arsenal miss out on Champions League spot.

This match was quite the high-scoring affair. Martinelli netted a penalty to open up the scoring for Arsenal in the 27th minute. Following the initial score, Arsenal proceeded to add on 4 more goals, compared to Everton's 1 as Arsenal took the three points.

The Overview

    • The Gunners saw a lot of the ball with 74% possession and created plenty of chances too, racking up 26 shots, which is 13 shots over the league average.
    • The Toffees didn't generate enough chances, only mustering 6 total shots.
    • The scoreline could have been even more impressive if the Gunners had their shooting boots on, their shot accuracy was 35%.

The Details

Cédric continually probed down the flank, getting 11 crosses into the box. In a further display of dominance from the Gunners, they completed a massive 418 more passes than the Toffees. For Everton, Dominic Calvert-Lewin seemed off the pace defensively, committing 4 fouls in a frustrating game.

Arsenal agonisingly miss out on the top four and have to make do with Europa League football next season. Meanwhile, It got a little too close for comfort for Everton but ultimately they finished clear of relegation in 16th.

Top Performers

CédricMartinelli
1 goal scored1 goal scored
11 crosses (1st in the game)Had 2 shots on target (1st in the game)

What an entertaining Premier League season it has been. Bring on August 6 to do it all again.

Report | May 19

Everton

3 - 2

Crystal Palace

Michael Keane 54 Jean-Philippe Mateta 21
Richarlison 75 Jordan Ayew 36
Dominic Calvert-Lewin 85

Everton beat Palace in five-goal thriller.

Jean-Philippe Mateta netted the first goal of the match for Palace in the 21st minute after being assisted by Eberechi Eze. Jordan Ayew then followed with a second in the 36th minute to put Palace up 2-0. However, Everton did not fold over, responding with a 3-goal flurry in the second half to take the win in this exhilarating match.

The Overview

    • Although they had less possession (43%), the Toffees still created chances, with 6 attempts at goal.
    • The Eagles didn't generate enough chances, only mustering 7 total shots.
    • The Toffees' accuracy paid off well, 50% of their shots were on target.

The Details

Vitalii Mykolenko continually probed down the flank, getting 11 crosses into the box. On a positive note, the Eagles won the passing game, clocking up 465 completed passes to the Toffees' 347.

Everton get back to winning ways and narrow the gap to 15th in the table. Meanwhile, Palace's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

RicharlisonJean-Philippe Mateta
1 goal scored1 goal scored
2 corners won (1st in the game)2 corners won (1st in the game)

Both squads play next on Sunday, May 22nd. There's no let up for Everton who face Arsenal, while Palace meet Man United at Selhurst Park. Can the Toffees win again? Will the Eagles improve their form?

Report | May 15

Everton

2 - 3

Brentford

Dominic Calvert-Lewin 10 Séamus Coleman 37 [OG]
Richarlison 45 [PK] Yoane Wissa 62
Rico Henry 64

Brentford take three points away from Goodison Park.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin began the scoring for Everton in the 10th minute after a set up by Richarlison. After the first, Brentford responded with a scoring barrage, netting 3 goals over the rest of the match. Everton nearly kept up in this high-scoring affair, narrowing within one score, but it wasn't enough as Brentford took the win in this exhilarating match. Frustration got the better of Jarrad Branthwaite, who got a straight red card on 18 minutes. Salomón Rondón let his team mates down after seeing red on 88 minutes, leaving them to fight with nine men.

The Overview

    • The Bees saw a lot of the ball with 72% possession and created plenty of chances too, racking up 18 shots, which is 5 shots over the league average.
    • Despite the loss, the Toffees had plenty of chances of their own, getting away 10 shots in the match.
    • The scoreline could have been more impressive if the Bees had their shooting boots on, their shot accuracy was 39%.
    • In the process of picking up the three points, Kristoffer Ajer, Christian Nørgaard and Mads Bech Sørensen found their way into the referee's book.

The Details

Christian Eriksen posed a threat out wide all game, registering 8 crosses. Contributing to the win, the Bees' technical superiority was evident as they completed 366 more passes than the Toffees.

Everton's mixed form continues as they squander an opportunity to move up to 15th in the table. Meanwhile, Brentford make it back-to-back wins and move up the table.

Top Performers

Rico HenryRicharlison
1 goal scored1 penalty won
1 corner won (1st on their team)1 goal scored

Next up, Everton meet Palace at Goodison Park on Thursday, May 19th. While Brentford take on Leeds at Brentford Community Stadium on Sunday, May 22nd. Can the Toffees improve their form? Will the Bees make it three wins in a row?

Report | May 11

Watford

0 - 0

Everton

Honours even at Vicarage Road Stadium.

Everton were superior on the pitch throughout this one, but squandered numerous chances to breakthrough. Watford struggled to create opportunities, but were ecstatic to secure a point as the teams came to a goalless draw.

The Overview

    • In a tightly contested game, the teams had a fairly equal share of the ball with 48% possession for the Hornets and 52% for the Toffees,
    • They may have shared the points, but the Toffees will rue missed opportunities, having 16 shots compared to the Hornets' 6 shots.

The Details

While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Toffees had a slight advantage, clocking up 492 completed passes to the Hornets' 479. For Everton, Demarai Gray continually probed down the flank, getting ten crosses into the box, while Michael Keane was one step ahead all game, recording 4 interceptions.

Watford finally get another point on the board. Meanwhile, Everton's run of wins comes to an end.

Top Performers

Ben FosterDemarai Gray
Allowed 0 goals10 crosses (1st in the game)
Saved 5 shotsTook 3 shots (1st in the game)

Both squads play next on Sunday, May 15th. Watford take on Leicester at Vicarage Road, while Everton meet Brentford at Goodison Park. Can the Hornets build on this result? Will the Toffees continue to climb the table?

Report | May 8

Leicester City

1 - 2

Everton

Patson Daka 11 Vitalii Mykolenko 6
Mason Holgate 30

Everton take three points away from Leicester. 

Vitalii Mykolenko put Everton into the lead in the 6th minute after a set up by Alex Iwobi. Leicester responded well and were rewarded when Patson Daka grabbed the equalizer in the 11th minute. With the game tied, Mason Holgate netted in the 30th minute and the Everton hung on for the whole second half to secure the win.

The Overview

    • With what little of the ball the Toffees had (34%), they were creative with it, generating 4 attempts at goal.
    • Going forward the Foxes looked dangerous, amassing 16 shots in total.
    • The scoreline could have been more impressive if the Toffees had their shooting boots on, their shot accuracy was 40%.
    • Leicester lacked discipline picking up three yellow cards in the game. Wesley Fofana, Nampalys Mendy and Daniel Amartey all ended up in the referee's book.

The Details

For Leicester, Timothy Castagne and Kiernan Dewsbury Hall did their best to create opportunities, but their 9 crosses each weren't enough to affect the outcome. In spite of the loss, the Foxes moved the ball about nicely, completing 294 more passes than their opponents.

Leicester hope this isn't the start of a losing streak. Meanwhile, Everton make it back-to-back wins and move up the table.

Both squads play next on Wednesday, May 11th. Leicester take on Norwich at the King Power Stadium, while Everton have a bottom of the table clash with Watford. Can the Foxes get out of this rough patch? Will the Toffees make it three wins in a row?

Report | May 1

Everton

1 - 0

Chelsea

Richarlison 46

Everton claim all three points. 

Following a goalless first half, Richarlison scored the match's first goal for Everton in the 46th minute after being found by Demarai Gray. This lone goal proved decisive, as Everton kept Chelsea out for the rest of the game to take the three points.

The Overview

    • The Toffees managed to get 9 shots away despite having only 22% possession.
    • Going forward the Blues looked dangerous, amassing 17 shots in total.
    • The scoreline could have been more impressive if the Toffees had their shooting boots on, their shot accuracy was 44%.
    • In a bad-tempered affair, the referee found plenty of use for their yellow card. Everton earned three yellow cards, while Chelsea added 5 of their own.

The Details

Anthony Gordon posed a threat out wide all game, registering five crosses. For Chelsea, Kai Havertz seemed off the pace defensively, committing 5 fouls in a frustrating game. Despite the loss, the Blues were dominant in the passing game, completing a massive 517 more passes than the Toffees.

Everton get back in the win column and move closer to 17th in the table. Meanwhile, Chelsea's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Jordan PickfordMarcos Alonso
Allowed 0 goals7 crosses (1st in the game)
Saved 5 shotsDrew 2 fouls (2nd on their team)

Next up, Everton meet Leicester City at King Power Stadium on Sunday, May 8th. While Chelsea meet Wolverhampton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, May 7th. Can the Toffees win again? Will the Blues improve their form?


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