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Everton vs Brighton Predictions

Published on 3:00pm GMT 4 November 2023

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Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

Goals at both ends has been a regular occurrence in Brighton’s fixtures as both teams have scored in 12 of their 14 games across all competitions, Everton have hit seven goals in their last three home fixtures, so we’re backing both teams to score.

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Brighton 3-1

Reason for tip

Albion have won two of the last three meetings between these sides. Everton did win 5-1 away when these sides last met at the end of last season, but that game came at a time when they were scrapping for survival and Brighton had come through a hectic period. There are different circumstances on Saturday and the visitors may be seeking a bit of revenge, so a 3-1 win for Brighton appeals as they have scored at least three goals in all five of their league wins.

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Evan Ferguson To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Evan Ferguson ended his goal drought for Brighton against Fulham last time out, meaning he has two goals in his last four games for club and country. The Ireland international should keep his starting spot at Goodison and he looks a good candidate for a goal at any time.

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Everton vs Brighton Predictions

  • Both teams have scored in 12 of Brighton’s 14 games across all competitions.
  • Everton have scored seven goals across their last three home fixtures.
  • Both teams have scored in each of the last three meetings – two of which were Brighton wins.

Brighton take on improving Everton

The doom and gloom at Goodison Park has been lifted in recent weeks as Everton have five wins in their last seven games, but their hot streak may be ended by Brighton on Saturday.

The Seagulls arrive in mixed form with just one win in their last seven across all competitions. They are also winless in four in the league – but they have faced three teams in the top five during that run.

Everton have no fresh injury concerns and Abdoulaye Doucoure should come back into the starting side after coming off the bench in the midweek cup win over Burnley.

Albion have a few injury issues but no new worries and boss Roberto De Zerbi may make a few changes to his team, with Tariq Lamptey, Pervis Estupinan, Joel Veltman, Billy Gilmour and Ansu Fati all pushing for recalls.

Both teams to score a strong option

There are a few ways to approach this game but both teams to score looks the best way to start, even at a short price.

There have been goals at both ends in 12 of Brighton’s 14 games across all competitions, while they have only failed to score in one game themselves and have just one clean sheet.

After a sluggish start, Everton have managed to find a bit of form in front of goal and have hit seven goals in total across their last three home games and have scored in six of their last seven fixtures.

Brighton may have the edge

Brighton have a few injury issues and their form is a slight concern, but aside from a 6-1 defeat to Aston Villa they have been performing well. Albion lost out by one goal to Man City and held Liverpool to a 2-2 draw before being held by Fulham in their last three league games – and on another day they would have beaten the Cottagers.

Albion have won two of the last three meetings between these sides. Everton did win 5-1 away when these sides last met at the end of last season, but that game came at a time when they were scrapping for survival and Brighton had come through a hectic period. There are different circumstances on Saturday and the visitors may be able to nick the three points, so a 3-1 win for Brighton appeals as they have scored at least three goals in all five of their league wins.

Teenage forward Evan Ferguson ended his goal drought for Brighton against Fulham last time out, meaning he has two goals in his last four games for club and country. The Ireland international should keep his starting spot at Goodison and he looks a good candidate for a goal at any time.


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