Everton vs Leicester by Blackcrow

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Everton (7th) need to keep winning to have any chance of getting a Europa League spot, as they are three points behind Man Utd and have played two more games than them. They are coming off two tough road losses where they lost 3-1 at Liverpool (3rd) and drew 1-1 at Man Utd (6th) and should have won this until they conceded in the last minute of the game. Now they are back home, where they have won their last six matches and not conceded in five of them. Everton have beaten Hull (17th) 4-0, West Brom (8th) 3-0, Sunderland (20th) 2-0, Bournemouth (15th) 6-3, Man City (4th) 4-0 and Southampton (9th) 3-0. In each of these wins they have scored at least two goals, and have won by at least a two goal margin, and they have been against team who are higher on the ladder than Leicester (11th). Lukaku in particular has been brilliant at home, scoring 11 goals out of the 22 they have scored in these games, and he has also scored in three of their last four meetings.


Leicester are flying and have moved eight points away from the bottom three since they got rid of Ranieri, with five wins in a row, as they beat both Sunderland (20th) and Stoke (12th) 2-0, won 3-2 at West Ham (14th) and beat both Liverpool (3rd) and Hull (17th) 3-1. Four of these wins were at home and four of them were against sides in the bottom half of the table, so while they have been positive for them, they need to be taken with perspective. Leicester on the road, have lost 2-0 at Swansea (18th), lost 1-0 at Burnley (12th), lost 3-0 at Southampton (9th), before they got rid of their manager. Now they face a very good home side who have been prolific at home, and at the same time, hard to score against. What is even more against them, is that they have the first leg of their Champions League game in a few days time, and would not be surprised that their minds are on this game. Also would not be surprised that they may rest a few players for this game, as it is a big occasion for such a small club, and they can afford to lose this game with Everton, as they have some winnable games against Crystal Palace (16th - away), Arsenal (5th - away), West Brom (8th - away), Watford (10th - home), Man City (4th - away), Bournemouth (15th - home) and a reschedule home game with Tottenham (2nd) to finish off the season, and need just four points to reach the supposed safety mark of 40 points to stave off relegation.


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Pick Bookmaker Odds Stake Result
Everton -1.5 Unibet 3.00 7 4-2 WON (+14 units)
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Comments (3)
No f...g way x2
04/09/2017 - 09:33
Fully Agree with Krumpleee.
04/09/2017 - 13:56
04/09/2017 - 21:54
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