Match Preview: Everton 1-1 Manchester Utd Prediction and Betting Tips 01.03.2020

Everton – Manchester Utd Predictions

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Everton 1-1 Manchester Utd

Date: 01.03.2020 | Match at: 15:00 | League: ENGLAND: Premier League – Round 28 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.35 | Bookie: Bet365


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  • Everton suffered just their second Premier League (PL) defeat under Carlo Ancelotti last weekend (W5, D2, L2). However, they did stretch their run of scoring at least once before half-time to six straight PL games. Notably, four of those goals proved to be the first of the match.
  • The Merseysiders also tend to start well in front of their home fans, trailing at half-time in just one of their 13 PL home matches so far. However, they will often struggle to sustain that solidity into the latter stages, and have conceded 78.57% of their home league goals against after half-time.
  • Manchester United are in fine form after going seven competitive games without defeat (W5, D2). They impressively kept a clean sheet in all but one of those fixtures and scored 2+ goals on four occasions. Additionally, each of their previous three domestic league/cup away fixtures saw them leading at half-time.
  • Despite the above, United will be eager to improve on a record of four defeats in seven PL visits to Goodison Park (W2, D1, L4). Furthermore, they also failed to score in all four of those losses. Indeed, both teams have scored in just five of the previous 16 competitive H2H matches.
  • Players to watch: Everton’s ‘big-game’ player Richarlison has scored against four of last season’s top-six already this campaign. He also netted the opener inside 15 minutes in this fixture last season.
  • Manchester United’s much-improved Fred netted two goals (the last of the game) and assisted one in a 5-0 midweek win over Club Brugge in the Europa League.
  • Stat attack: Three (50%) of Everton’s previous six PL home games have produced exactly four match goals.
  • Everton have yet to keep a home clean sheet across their (five) PL matches vs sides currently in the top eight.
  • United have won more competitive penalties (15) and scored more penalties (11) than any other PL side.