Lineups

Everton

( 3-4-3 )

  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 23. S. Coleman

    58'
  • 5. M. Keane Yellow Card

  • 12. L. Digne

    70'
  • 26. T. Davies

    70'
  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

  • 32. J. Branthwaite

  • 21. André Gomes

  • 18. M. Kean Goal

    70'
  • 11. T. Walcott

    58'
  • 7. Richarlison

Substitutes

  • 0. João Virginia

  • 50. Simms Ellis

  • 19. D. Sidibé

    58'
  • 20. Bernard

    70'
  • 34. B. Baningime

  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin

    70'
  • 24. A. Gordon

    58'

England - Premier League

79' M. Keane 79' Yellow Card 79'  M. Keane 13' J. King 13' Penalty 13'   King J. King 41' M. Kean 41' Goal 41'   Kean M. Kean 45' D. Solanke 45' Goal 45'   Solanke D. Solanke 80' J. Stanislas 80' Goal 80'   Stanislas J. Stanislas
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Everton

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AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth

  • 13'
    0 - 1
  • 41
    1 - 1
  • 45'
    1 - 2
  • HT
    1 - 2
  • 80'
    1 - 3
  • Date: 26/07/2020
  • Time: 16:00
  • Venue: Goodison Park
  • Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Premier League betting tips: Everton v Bournemouth

Date published: 7/24/2020 1:30:19 PM

Premier League betting tips: Everton v Bournemouth

Bournemouth know they simply have to beat Everton on the final day of the Premier League season – but even that might not be enough for survival.

As well as a victory, the Cherries need both Watford (Arsenal A) and Aston Villa (West Ham A) to lose.

They will be encouraged by the fact Everton have little to play for – the Blues will finish either 11th or 12th. Neither has the Toffees’ form been very good of late, although they did at least post a win on Monday by beating Sheffield United 1-0.

The hosts have struggled for goals since the restart with just six scored in eight games.

Bournemouth have also had similar problems with only eight in their eight. Four of those came in one bizarre game against Leicester when the Foxes went down to 10 men.

That is the Cherries’ only win in their last 12 and with Everton unbeaten at Goodison since November, it’s hard to back the visitors at 2/1, even given their need and the prospect of the hosts winding down.

A better bet looks to be to side with the one striker on display who has shown anything like decent scoring form since the lockdown, namely Richarlison.

The Brazilian has scored three of those six Everton goals over the past month, two of them being the opening goal.

He’s 5/1 to score first here which, given the lack of market opposition, looks more than fair.

 

*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 38
  • Goodison Park
  • Chris Kavanagh
  • 26 Jul, 16:00

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Lineups

Everton
(3-4-3)
AFC Bournemouth
(4-3-3)
  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 23. S. Coleman

    58'
  • 5. M. Keane Yellow Card

  • 12. L. Digne

    70'
  • 26. T. Davies

    70'
  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

  • 32. J. Branthwaite

  • 21. André Gomes

  • 18. M. Kean Goal

    70'
  • 11. T. Walcott

    58'
  • 7. Richarlison

Substitutes

  • 0. João Virginia

  • 50. Simms Ellis

  • 19. D. Sidibé

    58'
  • 20. Bernard

    70'
  • 34. B. Baningime

  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin

    70'
  • 24. A. Gordon

    58'
  • 1. A. Ramsdale

  • 3. S. Cook

  • 15. A. Smith

  • 5. L. Kelly

  • 21. Diego Rico

  • 4. D. Gosling

  • 8. J. Lerma

  • 7. D. Brooks

    64'
  • 13. C. Wilson

  • 9. D. Solanke Goal

    64'
  • 27. J. King Penalty

    88'

Substitutes

  • 1. A. Boruc

  • 17. J. Stacey

  • 0. N. Aké

  • 19. J. Stanislas Goal

    64'
  • 29. P. Billing

    64'
  • 7. H. Wilson

    88'
  • 16. L. Cook

  • 10. A. Groeneveld

  • 14. S. Surridge

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

AFC Bournemouth vs Everton

This is a very close match-up.
In 10,000 simulations AFC Bournemouth won 34.5%, Everton won 36.2% and there was a 29.3% chance of a draw.
Overall, the average simulation score is AFC Bournemouth 1.2 to Everton 1.3.
In simulation wins, AFC Bournemouth averages 7.8 shots and 3.4 shots on goal.
They average 2.2 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.6 in simulation losses.
When Everton wins they average 11.3 shots and 4.9 shots on goal.
They average 2.3 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.5 in simulation losses.

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    Everton 1-3 AFC Bournemouth - Match Report

    Date published: 7/26/2020 11:04:22 PM

    Bournemouth relegated from Premier League despite winning at Everton

    Bournemouth’s 3-1 victory at Everton was too little, too late as their five-year stay in the Premier League came to an end at Goodison Park.

    The Cherries needed to win and hope Aston Villa and Watford both lost but despite the Hornets going down at Arsenal, Villa’s draw at West Ham meant that at no point did Eddie Howe’s side move out of the bottom three all afternoon.

    Goals from Josh King and former Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke either side of Moise Kean’s equaliser – the striker’s first goal since his last Premier League start in January – and a late one from Junior Stanislas after a Jordan Pickford error ended Everton’s 11-match unbeaten home run.

    However, there was no favour from the Hammers, whose game against Bournemouth’s relegation rivals ended 1-1 and by the time the whistle had blown in that game Howe and his players had already trudged slowly off to the dressing room heading for the Sky Bet Championship.

    A second win in their last five matches was not enough to save the south-coast club, whose nine league wins this season highlight just how poor a campaign it has been.

    That paltry return equalled the club’s record of fewest victories set in 1933-34 when they were in Third Division South.

    They have conceded 65 goals this season and the ease with which Everton, with nothing to play for and barely in the game, scored their equaliser highlighted one of their major flaws.

    Neither team’s defence at Goodison Park looked particularly convincing and that played into Bournemouth’s hands with Howe picking an attacking side as Solanke came in to join fellow forwards King and Callum Wilson.

    They would have been ahead before King’s 13th-minute penalty had England goalkeeper Pickford not stuck up a hand to deny Wilson when clean through.

    It was another hand – that of Toffees forward Richarlison who panicked defending a free-kick in a crowded penalty area – which gave the visitors their lead but a second handball appeal against Lucas Digne was turned down by VAR.

    But despite their pressure they allowed Everton back into the game four minutes before the break when a rare incisive passing move saw Seamus Coleman tee up Theo Walcott, who had earlier shot at the legs of goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, to cross for the unmarked Kean to sidefoot home only his second of the season.

    But slack defending in added time saw Jefferson Lerma and Solanke both go up for Diego Rico’s outswinging free-kick with the latter getting the decisive touch to divert it inside the far post.

    Midway through the second half veteran Leighton Baines came on for what could potentially be his farewell appearance after a 13-year stay and almost 400 matches as he is out of contract and the Toffees have so far failed to persuade him to sign a one-year extension.

    The 35-year-old has played just 17 times in the last two seasons as Digne has taken over as first-choice and, while that has been a positive change, there are likely to be more required by Carlo Ancelotti in the summer.

    He was looking to sign off by becoming the first Everton manager to win his first 10 home matches but instead had to witness the club’s lowest league finish (12th) since 2003-04.

    The damage was not done on his watch – he took over a team which predecessor Marco Silva had taken into the relegation zone before his sacking in early December – but he still has plenty of work to do and needs backing in the transfer window.

    Everton’s weak underbelly was exposed for Bournemouth’s third goal with substitute Stanislas cutting in from the left and running unchallenged into the area before sliding in a shot which Pickford, who has come under scrutiny several times this season, allowed to creep under his body.

     

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    Lineups

    AFC Bournemouth

    ( 4-3-3 )

    • 1. A. Ramsdale

    • 3. S. Cook

    • 15. A. Smith

    • 5. L. Kelly

    • 21. Diego Rico

    • 4. D. Gosling

    • 8. J. Lerma

    • 7. D. Brooks

      64'
    • 13. C. Wilson

    • 9. D. Solanke Goal

      64'
    • 27. J. King Penalty

      88'

    Substitutes

    • 1. A. Boruc

    • 17. J. Stacey

    • 0. N. Aké

    • 19. J. Stanislas Goal

      64'
    • 29. P. Billing

      64'
    • 7. H. Wilson

      88'
    • 16. L. Cook

    • 10. A. Groeneveld

    • 14. S. Surridge