Lineups

Everton

( 4-3-3 )

  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 23. S. Coleman

  • 5. M. Keane Goal

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 13. Y. Mina

  • 19. J. Rodríguez Goal

    78'
  • 6. Allan

  • 16. A. Doucouré Yellow Card

    65'
  • 21. André Gomes

  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal Goal Goal

    71'
  • 7. Richarlison

Substitutes

  • 0. João Virginia

  • 2. J. Kenny

  • 26. T. Davies

  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

    65'
  • 17. A. Iwobi

    71'
  • 20. Bernard

  • 18. M. Kean

    78'

England - Premier League

16' A. Doucouré 16' Yellow Card 16'  A. Doucouré 45' K. Gibbs 45' Red Card 45'   K. Gibbs 10' G. Diangana 10' Goal 10'   Diangana G. Diangana 32' D. Calvert-Lewin 32' Goal 32'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin 45' J. Rodríguez 45' Goal 45'   Rodriguez J. Rodríguez 47' Matheus Pereira 47' Goal 47'   Pereira Matheus Pereira 54' M. Keane 54' Goal 54'   Keane M. Keane 62' D. Calvert-Lewin 62' Goal 62'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin 66' D. Calvert-Lewin 66' Goal 66'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin
Everton

Everton

5 - 2

West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion

  • 10'
    0 - 1
  • 32
    1 - 1
  • 45
    2 - 1
  • HT
    2 - 1
  • 47'
    2 - 2
  • 54
    3 - 2
  • 62
    4 - 2
  • 66
    5 - 2
  • Date: 19/09/2020
  • Time: 12:30
  • Venue: Goodison Park
  • Referee: Mike Dean
Premier League Betting Tips: Everton v West Brom

Date published: 9/18/2020 5:40:17 PM

Premier League Betting Tips: Everton v West Brom

Carlo Ancelotti’s new-look Everton look to continue their fine start to the 2020/21 season when they host newly-promoted West Brom on Saturday afternoon.

Everton won away to a ‘big six’ side for the first time since 2013, making a statement on the opening weekend with their 1-0 victory over Tottenham, a well-deserved result after all three of their new midfield signings - Allan, James Rodriguez and Abdoulaye Doucoure - immediately clicked to help them set the tempo at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 

 

Elsewhere, Slaven Bilic’s Baggies didn’t get the return to the top-flight they were looking for when they lost 3-0 at Leicester, looking relatively organised until the opener but struggling from there. 

 

It could be an unchanged XI for Everton after lots of rotation for their midweek cup victory over Salford, with Mason Holgate sidelined alongside Cenk Tosun, while Fabian Delph and highly-rated young defender Jarrad Branthwaite are doubts.

 

The Baggies are nearly at full-strength with only Kenneth Zohore unavailable, while it remains to be seen whether 36-year-old new signing Branislav Ivanovic is ready to slot straight into the backline just yet. Bilic may make changes after last week’s emphatic 3-0 loss. 

 

West Brom have won just one of their last six meetings with Everton (who have won three), while the last two clashes back in 2017/18 were draws - goalless at the Hawthorns and 1-1 at Goodison.

 

After their contrasting results last time out, Betfair Sportsbook make the hosts strong favourites again here, just 8/15 for the win, while a draw is 16/5 and a Baggies victory is a long 5/1. 

 

The Toffees to win to nil once again is priced at 13/8. 

 

We recommend backing James Rodriguez to score anytime here. The Colombian looked extremely lively on his debut against Tottenham last week, creating five chances, and won’t be short of confidence as he comes up against a defence that shipped three goals against Leicester last time out. 

 

He’s 5/2 to score anytime with Paddy Power, but you can also get boosted odds in their Power Price promotion for him to score from outside the box - 12/1.

 

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

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 2
  • Goodison Park
  • Mike Dean
  • 19 Sep, 12:30

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Lineups

Everton
(4-3-3)
West Bromwich Albion
(5-4-1)
  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 23. S. Coleman

  • 5. M. Keane Goal

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 13. Y. Mina

  • 19. J. Rodríguez Goal

    78'
  • 6. Allan

  • 16. A. Doucouré Yellow Card

    65'
  • 21. André Gomes

  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal Goal Goal

    71'
  • 7. Richarlison

Substitutes

  • 0. João Virginia

  • 2. J. Kenny

  • 26. T. Davies

  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

    65'
  • 17. A. Iwobi

    71'
  • 20. Bernard

  • 18. M. Kean

    78'
  • 1. S. Johnstone

  • 2. D. Furlong

  • 3. K. Gibbs Red Card

  • 27. D. O'Shea

  • 5. K. Bartley

  • 6. S. Ajayi

  • 8. J. Livermore

  • 11. G. Diangana Goal

    71'
  • 19. R. Sawyers

    75'
  • 12. Matheus Pereira Goal

    71'
  • 7. C. Robinson

Substitutes

  • 25. D. Button

  • 24. C. Kipre

  • 21. K. Edwards

    71'
  • 28. S. Field

    75'
  • 10. M. Phillips

    71'
  • 16. R. Harper

  • 4. H. Robson-Kanu

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

West Bromwich Albion vs Everton

There is a 23.7% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw Everton, at 59.6%, are heavy favorites to beat West Bromwich Albion who have a 16.7% chance.
In simulation wins, West Bromwich Albion upsets Everton by averaging 8.7 shots and 3.2 shots on goal.
They average 2.0 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.5 in simulation losses.
Overall, the average simulation score is Everton 1.8 to West Bromwich Albion 0.9.

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    Everton 5 - 2 West Bromwich Albion - Match Report

    Date published: 9/19/2020 6:30:42 PM

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin bags a hat-trick as Everton thump 10-man West Brom

    James Rodriguez announced himself to an empty Goodison Park with a goal on his home debut as Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s hat-trick ensured a comfortable 5-2 victory for Everton over 10-man West Brom.

    The Colombian’s renowned deftness of touch and eye for goal from outside the area saw him fire home just before half-time, prompting a meltdown from the Baggies which saw Kieran Gibbs and manager Slaven Bilic sent off in the immediate aftermath.

    It was difficult to understand what prompted the former England left-back to smack Rodriguez in the face as the bump he was given by the ex-Real Madrid playmaker was in no way aggressive.

    Bilic has form for emotional outbursts but even though he must have known he could have little argument with referee Mike Dean, he nevertheless confronted the official at half-time and was also dismissed.

    The Croat was probably still seething after seeing the offside flag against Calvert-Lewin’s clever back-heeled equaliser correctly overruled by VAR.

    West Brom’s lack of discipline was staggering considering how much control they had shown over the opening half-hour, in which they had just 36 per cent possession – also hitting the post through Jake Livermore – but arguably the better of the game.

    It meant Grady Diangana’s brilliant first Premier League goal, running from 20 yards inside his own half, was somewhat overshadowed.

    Although that should not be to the detriment of the 22-year-old, who for half-an-hour outshone the more celebrated and more decorated Rodriguez.

    Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti stood arms outstretched in his technical area after the £18million summer signing sprinted through a large hole which should have been protected by one or both of his own summer signings Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure before whipping a shot past England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

    A penny for Mark Noble’s thoughts after the West Ham captain’s very public criticism of the club’s decision to sell the player earlier this month.

    But from there the Rodriguez effect kicked in and after Calvert-Lewin’s equaliser, allowed despite him coming back from an offside position as the ball had come off Darnell Furlong, the hosts moved into the ascendancy.

    All three of the Everton’s striker’s goals were real poacher’s efforts, stealing his second from Richarlison inches from the goal line and his hat-trick coming via the back of his head.

    But lying behind it was the class of Rodriguez, who scored his first goal for his new club with two touches and an unerring shot inside the far post to put the hosts ahead.

    The Colombian has scored 53 goals in Europe’s top five leagues and 34 per cent of them have come from outside the area, including three of his last six.

    And it was in the space between 18-yard line and the centre-circle where the former Real Madrid man was hugely influential.

    Matheus Pereira’s brilliant free-kick just after the break, leaving Pickford clawing at thin air, had briefly levelled things up but Michael Keane pounced on Richarlison’s parried header before Rodriguez threaded a pass through to the Brazilian only for his goal-bound shot to provide the second of Calvert-Lewin’s treble.

    Rodriguez was withdrawn 12 minutes from time safe in the knowledge Everton had recorded consecutive victories at the start of the season for the first time since 2012-13, taking the Toffees top of the Premier League, if only maybe for a few hours.

    But while Ancelotti’s new-look side are riding the crest of a wave there is no easy route off the bottom of the table for Bilic, who watched the second half from Goodison’s press box, with Chelsea at home next week.

     

    Lineups

    West Bromwich Albion

    ( 5-4-1 )

    • 1. S. Johnstone

    • 2. D. Furlong

    • 3. K. Gibbs Red Card

    • 27. D. O'Shea

    • 5. K. Bartley

    • 6. S. Ajayi

    • 8. J. Livermore

    • 11. G. Diangana Goal

      71'
    • 19. R. Sawyers

      75'
    • 12. Matheus Pereira Goal

      71'
    • 7. C. Robinson

    Substitutes

    • 25. D. Button

    • 24. C. Kipre

    • 21. K. Edwards

      71'
    • 28. S. Field

      75'
    • 10. M. Phillips

      71'
    • 16. R. Harper

    • 4. H. Robson-Kanu