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Everton will be looking to improve on their home form this weekend as they welcome Southampton to Goodison Park.
Everton welcome Southampton to Goodison Park this evening as the visitors continue their pursuit of a long-awaited win.
The Saints haven’t secured a victory in any of their last seven top-flight fixtures, having lost six of them to drop to 14th in the table.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side were beaten 3-0 by Leeds last time out, while Everton were 2-0 winners at Anfield in the Merseyside derby against rivals Liverpool.
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Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson were the goalscorers for Carlo Ancelotti’s team in that historic win, which positioned the Toffees seventh in the Premier League.
Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s clash.
A struggling Saints side travels to Goodison Park on Monday to play against The Toffees in their upcoming Premier League fixture. The match is scheduled to kick off on Tuesday, March 2 at 1:30 AM IST. Let’s have a look at Everton vs Southampton live stream, team news and other details of the game.
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Everton vs Southampton prediction and preview
Following a first away win against Liverpool in 22 years, Carlo Ancelotti’s men will be full of confidence heading into the game against a struggling Southampton side, who have failed to win any of their previous eight league games. As things stand, a win for Everton will take them level on points with their Merseyside rivals with a game in hand, and just two points off Champions League places. Meanwhile, a win for Southampton will take them 10 points clear off the relegation places.
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Despite having a decent season so far, Everton’s home form has not been great as The Toffees have just won four of their 12 home league games. Their last home win was against The Gunners back in December. However, Everton will hope that their home record against Southampton continues as they have been unbeaten in their last 15 home Premier League games against the Saints (W10 D5).
Meanwhile, Southampton’s Premier League campaign seems to have been a season of two halves. Back in November, the Saints reached the Premier League summit, but since then a shocking slump has seen them fall to fourteenth place in the Premier League standings. As injuries continue to plague Southampton’s season, we expect Everton to beat Southampton 3-1.
Everton vs Southampton team news
Everton will be without Yerry Mina and Jean-Philippe Gbamin as they are currently injured. Fabian Delph is also unlikely to take part in this fixture after carrying a knock. On the other hand, Ralph Hasenhüttl continues to face several injury concerns. The manager will be without several of his key players, including the likes of Theo Walcott, Takumi Minamino, Kyle Walker-Peters and Oriol Romeu.
Where to watch Everton vs Southampton live stream?
In India, the Everton vs Southampton game will be shown live on Star Sports Select 1/HD. The Everton vs Southampton live stream is available on Disney+ Hotstar VIP. Live scores and updates can be found on the social media handles of both teams.
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Note: The match prediction is based on our own analysis. This website does not guarantee 100% accuracy in the prediction.
Everton are looking for their first Premier League home win of 2021 as they welcome Southampton to Goodison Park this weekend.
The Toffees have lost their last four at home in the top-flight but have a great opportunity to pick up three points against a disjointed Saints side.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men ended their six-match losing run in the Premier League with a draw against Chelsea last weekend, but were then beaten a few days later against Leeds United.
They will travel to Merseyside very short on confidence – which is in contrast to Everton, who picked up a rare win over neighbours Liverpool last weekend.