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Everton vs Brighton Predictions

England Premier League | Goodison Park | 3rd October
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Everton vs Brighton predictions for Saturday’s Premier League contest at Goodison Park. Everton are targeting their seventh straight victory in all competitions this weekend. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Everton and Both Teams To Score @ 13/5

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Everton 3-1 @ 14/1

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Dominic Calvert Lewin To Score Anytime @ 11/10

Reason For Everton vs Brighton Predictions

  • Everton won each of their first six competitive matches of the new season.
  • Brighton scored in 100% of their Premier League fixtures this term.
  • Albion conceded three goals in 50% of their first six games of 2020/21.
  • Both teams scored in each of Everton’s last four assignments.

Everton maintain winning streak

Everton maintained their stunning start to the 2020/21 season – albeit with a helping hand from VAR – last weekend, in a controversial 2-1 triumph over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park that provided their fifth straight victory in all competitions.

The Toffees added a sixth win to their superb string of results in mid-week with a fine 4-1 triumph over West Ham in the Carabao Cup – a result that was powered by a second Dominic Calvert-Lewin hattrick of the season.

With their confidence soaring, and a run of just one defeat in 14 competitive contests at Goodison Park behind them, Carlo Ancelotti’s exciting Everton team should take some stopping this weekend.

Brighton dealt double blow

Brighton were cursing their luck last weekend when they somehow lost a match they dominated at home to Manchester United.

The Seagulls were much the better side at the AMEX Stadium against the lacklustre Red Devils, and despite hitting the woodwork five times and notching a 94th minute equalizer, Albion still lost 3-2 after Bruno Fernandes’ dramatic penalty at the death.

On Wednesday, a much-changed Brighton XI lost at home to United again – this time in the Carabao Cup – in what was a much limper display.

Worryingly for Graham Potter, Albion shipped three goals for the third time in six assignments since the campaign began in mid-week, and the Brighton boss will fear a repeat when he takes his underperforming rearguard to Merseyside on Saturday.

Toffees to triumph again

A combination of Everton’s fabulous form this season and Brighton’s inability to keep things tight at the back makes backing the Toffees a must this weekend, though the evidence suggests a consolation effort could be on offer for the visiting Seagulls.

Albion’s underwhelming results this term are a poor reflection of what have been some promising performances, and Brighton’s 14.7 shots per game average so far this season is the Premier League’s 5th best.

Brighton found the net in both of their defeats to Chelsea and Manchester United, while their resounding 3-0 win at Newcastle further pushed home how much the sharp end of their play has improved.

With that considered, the Everton win and both teams to score market looks a cracking option for Saturday’s tussle, while our correct score prediction backs the Toffees to record a 3-1 victory.

Brighton conceded exactly three goals in 50% of their six competitive fixtures this season, and against an Everton attack purring with confidence and oozing with quality, Albion’s defence could be in for a tough afternoon again.

Everton hold a 100% winning record from three games at Goodison Park this term, notching at least three times in each successful outing, and Ancelotti’s ever-improving Blues can help themselves to another trio against Brighton.

Take advantage of Calvert-Lewin’s hot-streak

You simply cannot look beyond the red-hot Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the anytime goalscorer market this week, and fresh from his second hattrick of the season, the 23-year-old is an easy striker to back.

The ex-Sheffield United starlet continues to thrive under Ancelotti’s guidance, and having hit 15 goals in all competitions last season, Calvert-Lewin is already up to eight for the current campaign.

The hitman got on the scoresheet for Everton in one of the Toffees’ Premier League clashes with Brighton last year, and Calvert-Lewin has the killer touch to make a similar impact on Saturday.

Everton injuries and team news

verton are still without the services of Cenk Tosun, Jean-Philippe Gbamin, Mason Holgate and Jarrad Branthwaite, while Richarlison, Allan and Jonjoe Kenny are all hoping to shake of knocks in time to feature.

Everton’s squad has depth no however, so any absentees will be easier to absorb.

Brighton injuries and team news

Jose Izquierdo, Florin Andone, Christian Walton and Davy Propper have all been ruled out for Brighton, while winger Alireza Jahanbakshsh is a doubt having come off with a niggle in mid-week.

Yves Bissouma is back again having served his suspension however.

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