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Topic: Liverpool vs Everton - Premier League Rnd.27 28/02/16 12:00  (Read 67 times)

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      Analysis: Liverpool vs Everton (20 April 2016)
      « Reply #1 on: April 17 2016, 23:29 »

      Liverpool and Everton meet at Anfield, in a match for the 27ª round of the Premier League. These teams have tied (1‑1) in the last head‑to‑head for this edition of the league, played on 04‑10‑2015. At this stadium, the head‑to‑head history favours the home team, since they have a record of 2 wins, 2 draws and 0 losses in the last 4 matches. However, the last time these teams met at this stadium, on 27‑09‑2014, in a match for the Premier League, they tied (1‑1). The goals of the match were scored by S. Gerrard (65' ), for Liverpool, and by P. Jagielka (90' ), for Everton. Although this is a match between 8º and 11º of the league table, it’s actually a match between the 12º best in home matches and the 6º best in away matches.

      Analysis of Liverpool

      The home team faces Everton, in a match for the 27 round, which had been delayed, after 14 wins, 9 draws and 9 losses in the league so far. This is a team that usually gets better results in away matches than at home, since they have won 21 points in away matches, with 28 goals scored and 24 conceded, against 17 points won at their stadium, with 24 goals scored and 19 conceded. In the last 10 home league matches o Liverpool has a record of 4 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses, so they have won 16 points out of 30 possible.

      The most recurrent result at half‑time in their home league matches was the 0‑0 (7 out of 15 matches). They haven't been very strong defensively, since they have suffered goals in 8 of the last 10 matches, but their offense has scored frequently, since they have scored goals in 9 of the last 10 matches for this competition. They have conceded the first goal in 10 of their 32 matches for this competition, and have only turned the score around in 2.

      Liverpool heads into this match motivated after a home win against Bournemouth, their third consecutive win. They usually play in a 4-2-3-1 or 4-3-3 formation, prioritising offensiveness, especially through the wings, using Coutinho, Lallana and Ibe, who are great players in this kind of transition. They have a lot of difficulties in defending against free kicks, in headers and maintaining the lead. Roberto Firmino is the best scorer on the team, with 9 goals. Joe Gomez, Ings, Rossiter, Benteke, Emre Can and Jordan Henderson, who are injured.

      Analysis of Everton

      The away team plays against Liverpool a match for the 27 round, which had been delayed, after 9 wins, 14 draws and 10 losses in the league so far. This is a team that usually gets better results in away matches than at home, since they have won 19 points in away matches and 16 at their stadium, with 30 goals scored and 29 conceded at home, against 23 goals scored and 15 conceded in away matches. In the last 10 away league matches Everton has a record of 3 wins, 6 draws and 1 losses, so they have won 15 points out of 30 possible.

      In their away league matches the most frequent result at half‑time was the 0‑0 (7 out of 16 matches). Defensive consistency hasn’t been their best feature, as they have conceded goals in 7 of the last 10 matches for this competition. In 33 matches for this competition, they have conceded the first goal 14 times and have only turned the score around in 1.

      Everton heads into this match after 6 consecutive games without a win, as they had a tie in their previous match, against Southampton.In this match, coach Roberto Martinez will play with a lot of caution in their defense, as they will face a good team in counter attacks. They have a lot of issues against headers, as they have short players, but with a lot of technique. Lukaku is the best scorer on the team, with 18 goals scored. For this match, Coleman, Cleverley, Lennos, Baines, Jagielka and Browning are unavailable due to injuries.

      Betting suggestion:

      The most probable scenario for this match will be for both teams to score at least one goal. Due to both teams offensive quality, we should have an open match, with a lot of opportunities for both teams, so just like their previous matches, we should have both teams scoring goals.


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