Everton vs Bournemouth game

Relegation stakes are high for the last round of matches in the 2022–23 English Premier League, which features the match between Everton and Bournemouth.

At the start of the day, the hosts were in 17th place with 33 points, while their opponents were in 15th place with 39 points for the encounter at Goodison Park.

Everton enters the contest after a 1-1 Premier League tie with Wolverhampton Wanderers the previous weekend.

Wolves scored the game's first goal in the 34th minute, and Everton was having trouble tying the score. That changed during the extra period when Everton scored to salvage a point.

Everton has played four Premier League games in a row without losing, thanks to the draw against Wolves.

With draws against Wolves and Leicester City in addition to a dominant 5-1 win at Brighton, Everton now control their own destiny on the last day.

Everton, on the other hand, has had trouble winning games; in fact, they have won only one of their last 10 Premier League contests.

Everton's recent home performance has been dismal; they've lost all three of their recent league home games.

Everton's previous six home league games have resulted in only one victory, while each of their last three home Premier League games has had over 2.5 goals scored.

Following a weekend loss to Manchester United at home in the Premier League, Bournemouth travels to Goodison Park.

The game's lone goal was scored in the ninth minute, and the remaining minutes saw the Cherries unable to break down the visitors.

With the loss to Manchester United, Bournemouth has now dropped all three of its recent Premier League games.

Away against Crystal Palace and at home against Chelsea, further losses occurred.

Bournemouth has won three of their past four games, according to their away record in the Premier League. They have triumphed against Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, and Leicester City.

However, Bournemouth has only won four of their previous 15 away Premier League games and the overall away record does not seem good. In their past 13 road league games, they have suffered nine losses.

Team news: Tom Davies, Seamus Coleman, Andros Townsend, and Ruben Vinagre are all out injured for Everton.

Additionally, they question the readiness of Ben Godfrey, Vitali Mykolenko, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, and Nathan Patterson.

Forward Antoine Semenyo is out injured for Bournemouth. Ryan Fredericks, Junior Stanislas, Hamed Junior Traorè, Marcus Tavernier, and others also have misgivings.

For Everton, this is a crucial game, and Goodison Park will be packed. Since Bournemouth is secure, they have nothing but pride to play for, implying the hosts have all the incentive.


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