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Everton vs AFC Bournemouth Predictions

Published on 2:00pm GMT 7 October 2023

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AFC Bournemouth to Win

Reason for tip

Everton have lost each of their home games so far this season, suffering defeats to Fulham, Wolves and Luton in that run. Bournemouth are scoring plenty of goals on their travels and they can add to the Toffees’ woes.

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AFC Bournemouth 2-1

Reason for tip

Everton have lost by a single goal in each of their home games this term and they host a Bournemouth side who have seen BTTS land in each of their four away trips.

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Dominic Solanke To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Solanke has scored in Bournemouth’s last two away games in the Premier League and the ex-Liverpool striker has already scored four times this term for an attack-minded Cherries’ outfit.

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Everton vs AFC Bournemouth Predictions

  • Everton have lost each of their last four home games
  • The Toffees have scored just 11 times across their last 17 home league games
  • Bournemouth have scored seven times across their four away trips
  • Solanke has scored in two of the Cherries’ three away games in the league

Everton struggling at Goodison

Everton could do with speeding up their new stadium, based on their dreadful record at Goodison Park of late. The Toffees have lost all four home games so far this season, despite facing a relatively straightforward start.

The Toffees have been beaten at home by Fulham, Wolves and Luton already this term, with Bournemouth visiting this weekend. After Saturday, they’ll have hosted four of the seven shortest-priced sides for relegation. The Toffees are among those sides at just 2/1, so there’s real cause for alarm.

Everton have scored just 11 goals in their last 17 Premier League home games, never netting more than once in a match in that run. While Bournemouth have made a slow start, this looks like an opportunity for the Cherries.

Can Bournemouth prey on hosts?

Adoni Iraola hasn’t made a huge splash since arriving on the south coast, with the Cherries losing for the fourth time this season when they lost 4-0 to Arsenal last weekend. They’re yet to pick up a win under the Spaniard in the league, but they’ve progressed in the EFL Cup.

Across their four away games this season, Bournemouth have scored seven times. They’ve opened the scoring in tough trips to Liverpool and Bournemouth, while they were leading 2-1 at Brentford until the 90th minute. Iraola’s side won 3-2 at Swansea in the cup and they can prey on an Everton side who have scored just once at home so far this term.

Back Solanke on Merseyside return

The visitors’ hopes of a result are boosted by the presence of former Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke. The forward won’t be all that popular at Goodison, but he opened the scoring in Bournemouth’s visit to Anfield earlier this season.

Solanke has scored four times this term, including three strikes across the Cherries’ last five games. The forward has scored in two of his first three away trips this season and he can hurt an Everton side who have shipped 1.7 goals per game in the league so far.

His scoring threat should hurt an Everton side who are averaging less than a goal per game this term, so back Solanke to net in Iraola’s first Premier League victory.

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