Lineups

Norwich City

( 4-1-4-1 )

  • 1. T. Krul

  • 15. T. Klose

  • 4. B. Godfrey

  • 12. J. Lewis

    87'
  • 2. M. Aarons

  • 27. A. Tettey

    79'
  • 25. O. Duda

    71'
  • 7. L. Rupp

    71'
  • 11. O. Hernández

    80'
  • 23. K. McLean

  • 20. J. Drmic

Substitutes

  • 33. M. McGovern

  • 8. M. Vrančić

    79'
  • 17. E. Buendía

    71'
  • 18. M. Stiepermann

  • 19. T. Trybull

  • 14. T. Cantwell

    87'
  • 10. M. Leitner

  • 22. T. Pukki

    71'
  • 35. A. Idah

    80'

England - Premier League

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Everton

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    0 - 1
  • Date: 24/06/2020
  • Time: 18:00
  • Venue: Carrow Road
  • Referee: Andy Madley
Norwich v Everton betting tips

Date published: 6/24/2020 1:06:52 AM

Norwich v Everton betting tips

Time is running out for Norwich in their fight against relegation – they headed into matchday 31 of the Premier League six points from safety.

Boss Daniel Farke has targeted five wins from his side’s last eight games and if that is to be achieved, this surely has to be one of the victories.

And there is plenty to encourage the hosts.

The fact that Everton played out a hard-fought draw with Liverpool on Sunday night means the hosts have had two extra days to prepare for this one. With temperatures due to stay well above 20C for the entire contest, this may well work in the home side’s favour.

Everton have a fairly lengthy injury list so won’t be able to make too many changes to their starting XI without significantly weakening their team.

The difference in price – the home win is at 29/10 and the away success 10/11 – looks too large.

Norwich represent the value.

If you accept that Everton, winners of only three of their 15 away games this season, may well fade as the match wears on, it may also pay to back the Canaries in the HT/FT market.

It will probably surprise readers to learn that Norwich have led at half time in eight of their 15 home games so far and so if they can repeat that trick there must be a good chance they can land odds of 11/2.

Everton already hold one of the league’s worst records in the second half of games so this merits consideration too.

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

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 31
  • Carrow Road
  • Andy Madley
  • 24 Jun, 18:00

Predictions

Markets Odds Probability% Bet Here
Over 0.5 In 1st Half
6/1 Bookmaker
80%Panelty

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Both Teams To Score
14/1 Bookmaker
70%Panelty

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Over 2.5 In Full Time
16/1 Bookmaker
67%Panelty

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1st Goal Before 30 Minutes
5/6 Bookmaker
67%Panelty

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Over 2.5 Both Teams To Score
60%Panelty

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Betting Tips

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Correct Score - Norwich City To Win 2-1

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Correct Score - Norwich City To Win 2-1

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League Table

Place Team GP Won Draw Lost GF GA GD Points
1 Liverpool 38 32 3 3 85 33 52 99
2 Manchester City 38 26 3 9 102 35 67 81
3 Manchester United 38 18 12 8 66 36 30 66
4 Chelsea 38 20 6 12 69 54 15 66
5 Leicester City 38 18 8 12 67 41 26 62
6 Tottenham 38 16 11 11 61 47 14 59
7 Wolverhampton Wanderers 38 15 14 9 51 40 11 59
8 Arsenal 38 14 14 10 56 48 8 56
9 Sheffield United 38 14 12 12 39 39 0 54
10 Burnley 38 15 9 14 43 50 -7 54
11 Southampton 38 15 7 16 51 60 -9 52
12 Everton 38 13 10 15 44 56 -12 49
13 Newcastle United 38 11 11 16 38 58 -20 44
14 Crystal Palace 38 11 10 17 31 50 -19 43
15 Brighton and Hove Albion 38 9 14 15 39 54 -15 41
16 West Ham United 38 10 9 19 49 62 -13 39
17 Aston Villa 38 9 8 21 41 67 -26 35
18 AFC Bournemouth 38 9 7 22 40 65 -25 34
19 Watford 38 8 10 20 36 64 -28 34
20 Norwich City 38 5 6 27 26 75 -49 21
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  • D
  • L
  • Pts
  • Rank
  • Pd
  • W
  • D
  • L
  • Pts
  • Rank
  • Overall Record
  • 38
  • 5
  • 6
  • 27
  • 21
  • 20
  • 38
  • 13
  • 10
  • 15
  • 49
  • 12
  • Away Record
  • 19
  • 4
  • 3
  • 12
  • 15
  • 20
  • 19
  • 8
  • 7
  • 4
  • 31
  • 12
  • Home Record
  • 19
  • 1
  • 3
  • 15
  • 6
  • 20
  • 19
  • 5
  • 3
  • 11
  • 18
  • 12
  • Home
  • Away
  • Overall
  • Home
  • Away
  • Overall
  • Goal for
  • 19
  • 7
  • 26
  • 24
  • 20
  • 44
  • Average Goal For
  • -18
  • -31
  • -49
  • 3
  • -15
  • -12
  • Goal Against
  • 37
  • 38
  • 75
  • 21
  • 35
  • 56
  • Pd
  • W
  • D
  • L
  • Pts
  • Rank
  • Pd
  • W
  • D
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  • Pts
  • Rank
  • Last 8 Overall
  • 8
  • 0
  • 0
  • 8
  • 21
  • 20
  • 8
  • 3
  • 2
  • 3
  • 49
  • 12
  • Last 5 Away
  • 5
  • 0
  • 0
  • 5
  • 21
  • 20
  • 5
  • 2
  • 0
  • 3
  • 49
  • 12
  • Last 5 Home
  • 5
  • 0
  • 0
  • 5
  • 21
  • 20
  • 5
  • 1
  • 3
  • 1
  • 49
  • 12

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Lineups

Norwich City
(4-1-4-1)
Everton
(4-2-3-1)
  • 1. T. Krul

  • 15. T. Klose

  • 4. B. Godfrey

  • 12. J. Lewis

    87'
  • 2. M. Aarons

  • 27. A. Tettey

    79'
  • 25. O. Duda

    71'
  • 7. L. Rupp

    71'
  • 11. O. Hernández

    80'
  • 23. K. McLean

  • 20. J. Drmic

Substitutes

  • 33. M. McGovern

  • 8. M. Vrančić

    79'
  • 17. E. Buendía

    71'
  • 18. M. Stiepermann

  • 19. T. Trybull

  • 14. T. Cantwell

    87'
  • 10. M. Leitner

  • 22. T. Pukki

    71'
  • 35. A. Idah

    80'
  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 23. S. Coleman

  • 2. M. Holgate

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 5. M. Keane Goal

  • 26. T. Davies

    46'
  • 17. A. Iwobi

    90'
  • 21. André Gomes

  • 20. Bernard

    87'
  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin

  • 7. Richarlison

    79'

Substitutes

  • 22. M. Stekelenburg

  • 31. João Virginia

  • 3. L. Baines

    87'
  • 30. R. Martina

  • 32. J. Branthwaite

  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

    46'
  • 34. B. Baningime

  • 27. M. Kean Yellow Card

    79'
  • 42. A. Gordon

    90'
Norwich City Norwich City
Everton Everton
5
Corners
4
1
Shots On Target
5
49
Possession
51
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
7
Shots Off Target
5
111
Attacks
103
30
Dangerous
45

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    Norwich’s slim survival hopes were dealt a blow as Everton kept their hopes of European football alive thanks to a Michael Keane header.

    Daniel Farke’s side went into the game six points adrift of 19th place at the bottom of the table, and needing to force a win to narrow the gap.

    The four changes made by Farke frustrated Everton in the first half as the visitors were kept at bay, but Keane’s nodded goal at the start of the second half gave the Toffees the lead.

    The 27-year-old defender found himself unmarked and was able to turn a corner past Tim Krul in the Norwich net for his second Premier League goal of the season.

    Carlo Ancelotti said before the game he believed that European football was a realistic target for his side and the win took them a step closer to reducing the gap, while Norwich’s struggles in front of goal continued. The Canaries have now scored just once in their last seven matches.

    As with the previous round of Premier League fixtures, both sides took a knee as part of the Black Lives Matter, although the shirt names have returned to those of the players.

    The game started evenly, with both sides enjoying periods of possession, although Norwich were largely penned back in their own half.

    Everton almost looked to be caught out after Onel Hernandez weaved through the box before getting a shot away which deflected off the outside of Jordan Pickford’s post.

    But that was the closest the home side came to breaking the deadlock in the first half, although Lukas Rupp tested Pickford with a long-range effort following a driving run, but the England goalkeeper was able to parry.

    Unlike their previous game against Southampton, where a bright start petered out, Norwich were able to keep their early momentum going into the second half – but Everton took control as the game wore on.

    The Canaries were unable to turn their first half chances into goals however, and were eventually punished for it when Keane was able to get above the Canaries defence and turn the ball past Tim Krul from a Lucas Digne corner.

    Substitute Emiliano Buendia came close for Norwich to try to level the score after a quick one-two with Teemu Pukki – but the Argentinian was unable to get the shot away.

    In one of the last chances to wrap up the game, Dominic Calvert-Lewin took a shot but his long distance drive was straight at Krul.

    Norwich City 0-1 Everton | Premier League Highlights

     

    Betting On Norwich City's Next Game

    Boss Daniel Farke believe Norwich need a miracle to retain their top-flight status after their already slim survival hopes were dealt a further blow in a 1-0 home defeat to Everton.

    The Canaries went into the game six points adrift of safety and needing a win to boost their chances of staying up, but Michael Keane’s header gave the visitors all three points.

    “We’re disappointed with the result. I think today a loss is not a fair outcome of the game,” said Farke.

    “We were solid, spirited. We looked pretty sharp in the first half. We were the better side with good chances. We deserved more at half time.

    “In the second half, one set-piece was the difference. It was a disciplined, spirited performance full of desire. We are disappointed with the result but not with the performance. We tried everything today and more.”

    The four changes made by Farke helped to frustrate Everton in the first half as the visitors were kept at bay, but Keane’s nodded goal at the start of the second half was enough for Carlo Ancelotti’s men.

    Farke said before the restart that Norwich would need a miracle to stay up and after a second defeat, he said: “(We need) even a bit bigger miracle. After each time we lose the situation is not easier.

    “We are not naive. We can judge this in a proper way. We are in two competitions, the FA Cup and the league. It’s not realistic for us to stay in this league, it’s not realistic for us to stay in the FA Cup, but as long as we have a chance, we try to be successful in both competitions.”

    Everton manager Ancelotti was full of praise for his side after their win and second successive clean sheet.

    Speaking after the match, the Italian said: “I think that I am pleased of course, happy. It was not easy to prepare this game.

    “I knew that it was difficult, that we didn’t have the energy that we had against Liverpool. It’s really difficult in this period to prepare games every three days.

    “We were a little bit slow in the first half, the second half was much better.”

    The Toffees have now secured clean sheets in two successive matches and kept their narrow hopes of European football alive, as Ancelotti remains positive.

    Ancelotti insisted Europe was still the main target, saying: “I think we need to have a goal, we need to have motivation.

    “This is a fantastic achievement, to be able to reach it will be difficult. The teams above us are not so far but we need to run fast.”

    Lineups

    Everton

    ( 4-1-4-1 )

    • 1. J. Pickford

    • 23. S. Coleman

    • 2. M. Holgate

    • 12. L. Digne

    • 5. M. Keane Goal

    • 26. T. Davies

      46'
    • 17. A. Iwobi

      90'
    • 21. André Gomes

    • 20. Bernard

      87'
    • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin

    • 7. Richarlison

      79'

    Substitutes

    • 22. M. Stekelenburg

    • 31. João Virginia

    • 3. L. Baines

      87'
    • 30. R. Martina

    • 32. J. Branthwaite

    • 10. G. Sigurðsson

      46'
    • 34. B. Baningime

    • 27. M. Kean Yellow Card

      79'
    • 42. A. Gordon

      90'