Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion News, Stats and Predictions

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The pressure on Rafa Benitez could build if Everton fail to pick up a win at home against Brighton.

The Toffees are the slight favourites at 7/4 with Grosvenor Sport while the Albion are 9/5 and a draw is 43/20.

Benitez’s side have picked up a win against Arsenal, draw against Chelsea and a loss against Crystal Palace in their last three matches.

Despite the decent results against the two of the top six, it is still only one win in 11 matches for the Merseyside club – a run which includes seven defeats.

Meanwhile, the Albion will be looking to improve on their form and remove the mark of becoming drawing masters.

Graham Potter have won one match in their last 13 league matches, drawing nine of them.

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  • Both teams to score – 23/25
  • Neal Maupay to score anytime – 13/4

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Demarai Gray (R) celebrates his goal with Ben Godfrey and Alex Iwobi during the Premier League match between Everton and Arsenal at Goodison Park on December 06, 2021

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Team stats

  • In matches involving Everton, 10 of their 17 league matches have finished with both sides scoring while for games involving Brighton it is nine – both teams to score is 23/25
  • Everton average 9.71 total corners and 10.5 at home while Brighton average 10.06 total corners and 9.33 away – under 10.5 total corners is 7/10
  • Matches involving Everton saw three or more goals on 10 occasions in the league while for Brighton it is just four – under 2.5 goals is 3/5

Player to watch

Neal Maupay has been a handful for many defences this season and will certainly frustrate Everton’s defences this season.

Benitez’s team will need to be on their toes in injury time after Maupay was responsible for a number of late equalisers as well as Danny Welbeck against Chelsea too.


This will be the 21st meeting between the two sides with Everton picking up 10 wins, six draws and four defeats.

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