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Southampton vs Everton Predictions

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England Premier League | St. Marys Stadium | 25th October
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Southampton vs Everton predictions for Sunday’s Premier League tussle at St. Mary’s Stadium. League leaders Everton travel south to take on an unpredictable Saints outfit. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

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Both Teams To Score and Over 2.5 Match Goals @ 20/21

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Everton 3-2 @ 25/1

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Dominic Calvert Lewin To Score Anytime @ 13/10

Reason For Southampton vs Everton Predictions

  • Over 2.5 goals were scored with both teams registering in each of Everton’s last four league games.
  • Southampton’s last four Premier League games averaged 4.0 goals per 90 minutes.
  • Everton won seven of their eight competitive fixtures so far this term.
  • Everton conceded two goals in three of their last four Premier League matches.

Saints’ confidence growing

Following confidence-building successive wins to nil over ordinary Burnley and West Brom teams, Southampton’s self-belief was galvanised further last weekend when they battled their way to a share of the spoils at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea.

The Saints, who fell behind twice, fought their way back to parity in a thrilling second half in London and eventually earned a well-deserved point through a last minute Jannick Vestergaard equalizer that levelled the scores at 3-3.

Talismanic forward Danny Ings was once again central to their success and the England man bagged his fourth Premier League goal in as many games with his effort against Chelsea, however, the influence of Che Adams, who grabbed a goal and an assist against the Blues, was also a huge positive for coach Ralph Hasenhüttl.

Everton pass Liverpool test

Early pace setters and Premier League leaders Everton proved their mettle last weekend when they went to-to-toe with defending champions Liverpool at Goodison Park, in an enthralling 2-2 draw with their Merseyside rivals.

With tackles flying and the battle for inches intense, Everton hit back twice through Michael Keane and Dominic Calvert-Lewin to level things up in each half against their neighbours, and the Toffees were well worth their point.

Key attacker Richarlison’s late red card for a horrible challenge on Thiago took the shine off their performances a little however, and with the suspended Brazilian now facing a spell on the sidelines alongside the injured James Rodriguez, Carlo Ancelotti has a final third problem or two to address.

Exciting encounter likely on the south coast

Red-hot Everton, who won seven of their first eight competitive matches of the new campaign, will arrive on the south-coast powered by plenty of momentum and ready to go for the jugular at St. Mary’s Stadium – and that in turn should ensure that we are treated to an open game.

With 14 goals in five Premier League fixtures, the Toffees are the division’s second highest scorers since the summer, and with their new-look midfield’s creative powers looking potent, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s touch lethal, Everton’s team looks full of final third threat.

Everton have been conceding plenty of chances at the opposite end however, and despite coming out on the right side of the result more often than not, the Toffees shipped two goals in three of their last four Premier League assignments against West Brom, Brighton and local antagonists Liverpool respectively.

Southampton, who notched two or more goals in three of their last four league outings, have the technical talents to carve holes in Everton’s rearguard, however in conceding a combined eight times in recent meetings with Tottenham and Chelsea, the Saints displayed enough defensive frailties of their own to suggest Everton will have numerous opportunities of their own to register.

As a result, the over 2.5 goals and both teams to score combination is favoured for Sunday’s fixture at St. Mary’s Stadium, though our correct score prediction backs Everton to maintain their early season surge with a 3-2 win.

With the aforementioned Dominic Calvert-Lewin – who has seven goals in five Premier League starts this term – in the form of his life, the recently capped England star is also worth backing to continue his streak in the anytime scorer stakes.

Southampton injuries and team news

Loanee Theo Walcott cannot face his parent club and the winger joins Moussa Djenepo and Yan Valery on the sidelines. Mohammed Salisu and Stuart Armstrong are also set to miss out.

William Smallbone is expected to be drafted back into the Saints team with midfield gaps to fill.

Everton injuries and team news

Everton are missing a whole host of players for their trip to the south coast, with Seamus Coleman, James Rodriguez and the suspended Richarlison absent alongside Cenk Tosun, Jean-Philippe Gbamin, Mason Holgate, Jarrad Branthwaite and Jonjoe Kenny.

Gylfi Sigurdsson, Bernard and Alex Iwobi are all vying for starts in the Toffees’ team for Sunday.

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