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predictions and match build up for Everton at home. Saturday 12.30 PL

Started by Stephen Paul, February 06, 2024, 02:31:29

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Stephen Paul

A big chance to go top against our former bogey team and put pressure on Carragher's bum boys

No pressure at all 


This should be no problem to us given Everton's recent form. But there's still a niggling worry with them especially given last season's home disappointment even though our record against them has been great overall over the last several years.


4-0 if Everton have a good day. Sorry Stevie but congratulations Paddy Power.

Stephen Paul

Match Officials

Referee: John Brooks

Assistant referees: Lee Betts, Akil Howson

Fourth official: Rebecca Welch

VAR: Michael Oliver

Stephen Paul

Stephen Paul

Match stats and head-to-head

• Everton have not recorded any victory on the road in their last six Premier League games.

• Erling Haaland has netted six goals in his last eight Premier League games at the Etihad.

• The only times City have failed to beat Everton in the past 14 encounters are in the 4:0 defeat in December 2017, a 1:1 draw in August 2017 and another 1:1 draw in December 2022.

• City have netted at least three goals in seven of their past nine matches in this fixture

• City's proficiency in front of goal have been remarkable, but they have been leaky in defence, conceding in five of their previous six League matches.

• Guardiola's side are recording an average of 6.75 shots on target per game this season, the second-most in the Premier League.

• City have dominated this encounter, securing victories in 12 of their last 14 games against the Toffees in all competitions. The last time City lost this fixture was in January 2017 when they lost 4-0.

• Everton have recorded only two clean sheets in their last 20 matches against City

• The Toffees have scored in ten of their last 14 away league games.


Everton under this manager are defend defend defend hope for a set play break.

1  0   City win

Neil Mcnab

Arent these only the former bogey team? Easy win, 4-0, Haaland hat trick.

Stephen Paul