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AFC Bournemouth vs Everton Predictions

Published on 3:00pm GMT 30 March 2024

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AFC Bournemouth to Win

Reason for tip

Everton need to end their winless run quickly to allay their relegation fears, but they could come unstuck at Bournemouth, who have taken seven points from recent games against three of the bottom four teams

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AFC Bournemouth 2-1

Reason for tip

Bournemouth have found it difficult to keep clean sheets at the Vitality and could be vulnerable to conceding, but their strikers can see them through to victory so a 2-1 home victory appeals

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Antoine Semenyo To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Antoine Semanyo has had plenty of efforts on goal for the Cherries lately and netted twice in their great comeback win over Luton so expect the Ghana forward to find the net again on Saturday

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AFC Bournemouth vs Everton Predictions

  • Everton are winless in their last 11 Premier League matches.
  • The only teams to have beaten Bournemouth in their last nine home league games are Liverpool and Manchester City.
  • Five of Bournemouth’s last seven home games have featured at least three goals.

Cherries in the habit of seeing off strugglers

Everton reacted to their original points deduction by producing their best results of the season, but things have died off since the turn of the year and a run of 11 games without a victory has left them still scrapping for their Premier League lives.

They face a difficult clash at Bournemouth against a team who have dragged themselves away from the bottom and could almost consider themselves safe if they could gain three points against the Toffees on Saturday.

The Cherries enjoy a 14-point cushion from the relegation zone and have benefited in recent weeks from gaining positive results against teams in greater peril.

Some may view that their luck may be about to run out as they had to recover from a two-goal deficit to grab a point against Sheffield United with an injury-time equaliser and then staged the comeback of the season to battle back from 3-0 down to beat Luton.

However, Liverpool and Manchester City are the only visiting teams to have won at the Vitality in Bournemouth’s last nine league games there and they look likely to have too much for the Sean Dyche’s side who are struggling for goals.

Everton cannot leave their safety push too late

The blunt Blades are the only top-flight team who have scored fewer goals than Everton’s total of 29 this season, and the Merseysiders have been particularly impotent when they have been on the road recently.

They have scored just two goals in their last six league away games in a run that has netted them just two points and while their recent 2-0 loss at Manchester United was caused by two penalties, four of their five away wins this term have occurred against teams who are below Bournemouth’s berth of 13th in the table.

Despite their recent lack of away goals, they could threaten a team who have kept just two clean sheets in their last 11 home league games, but it looks as if Bournemouth will have too much for them with those looking for a correct-score selection pointed towards a 2-1 home win.

Semenyo taking scoring burden off Solanke

Dominic Solanke has been the star of the show with 15 league goals for Bournemouth but anytime-goalscorer punters may want to consider Antoine Semenyo to get his name on the scoresheet on Saturday.

The Ghana forward has had 14 efforts on goal in his last three matches, scoring in the 2-0 win at Burnley and twice in the 4-3 win over Luton, so his confidence should be high and he is plainly not concerned about trying his luck.

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