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Online betting Premier League preview: Southampton v Everton

Southampton v Everton

H2H Comparison: 20-16-37

First round: Everton v Southampton 2-1

 

Southampton: The Saints were slightly better than Aston Villa in the first half, where they did not felt threatened at all. The scenery was the same after the interval, where a penalty was denied in 80th min in a hand-ball from Bertrand. They do not have any direct interest on collecting more points and they only thing they will remember from this season is a very good presence in general and the emergence of players such as Lallana, Lambert and Rodriguez , who forced Roy Hodgson to call the in the national squad. Although famous for their attacking approach they have failed to score in their last two games.

Without a win in last 3 games (0-1-2), three defeats in their last 5 games (1-1-3). 4 of the last 6 against Everton was over 2.5 goal and both teams scored. Scoreless the last three times they hosted the Toffees. Sidelined: goalkeeper Kelvin Davis (2 app.), central defender Maya Yoshida (8 app./1 g.), attacking midfielder Gaston Ramirez (18 app./1 g./3 assists) and forward Jay Rodriguez (33 app./15 g./3 assists).

 

Home: 7-5-5

Goals: 29-22

Last 5 games: 1-1-3

 

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Everton: Martinez had a lot to prove against Everton’s old manager David Moyes and his players helped him to do it with a very good performance and a victory over Manchester United at Goodison Park, thus they returned to victories and kept their hopes of conquest the 4th privileged position alive. They were the better side from the beginning and won a penalty for Jones hand-ball in 27th min., in which Baines scored. Mirallas scored the second two minutes before the halftime. They continued to attack after the interval but failed to score another, with the guests threatening them just three times throughout the game. Besides the bad parenthesis in the defeat from Crystal Palace, they count seven wins in their last 8 games and kept at -1 from the 4th placed Arsenal. The next game is away to Etihad and they end with Hull at Goodison Park. They have the second best defense in the league (34). They are undefeated from Southampton in their last 8 encounters (4-4-0). All 4 wins were at home. Sidelined: central defender Sylvain Distin (32 app.), left full-back Bryan Oviedo (9 app./2 g./2 assists), defensive midfielder Darron Gibson (1 app.), left midfielder Steven Pienaar (22 app./1 g./2 assists) and forwards Kevin Mirallas (32 app./8 g./8 assists), Arouna Kone (5 app.), Lacina Traore. Doubtful: central defender Phil Jagielka (24 app./1 assist).

 

Away: 7-6-4

Goals: 21-18

Last 5 games: 4-0-1

 

Online betting Prediction: Everton has a very good pace and want to make it up to the end likewise. The course of the last two months justifies their win 2,50, but Southampton is a very dangerous team and it will be surprising to fail showing for a third consecutive game their attacking nature. It is preferable - and safer – both teams to score at 1.53 .

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