Premier League Preview: Everton vs Bournemouth Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Oct 7)
- Everton looking to end dismal home record at Goodison Park
- Bournemouth still searching for their first win of the season
Huge action at the bottom of the Premier League standings takes place at Goodison Park on Saturday, as Everton and Bournemouth lock horns. The Cherries are still looking for their first win of the league season.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, October 7, 2023, at 10:00 a.m ET
- Where: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England
- How To Watch: NBC
Two sides locked toward the bottom end of the Premier League standings will lock horns this weekend. There will be pressure on Sean Dyche and his Everton side, as the Toffees have failed to kick on after picking up back-to-back wins across all competitions against Brentford and Aston Villa. A response will be needed after a home loss against Luton last weekend.
Everton have suffered defeats in each of their last four home matches this term. Only four teams in top-flight history have lost their opening five home matches. The Toffees have scored just eleven goals in their previous 17 matches at Goodison Park, and they haven’t netted more than one in the same fixture over that period.
Bournemouth will be the latest winless side to travel to Goodison looking to pick up a first victory of the season. The Cherries sit in the bottom three places in the league standings, and they are currently on the longest winless streak in the Premier League, having gone eleven without a success across last term and this season.
However, this is a fixture that the Cherries have achieved limited success in, as they have lost on five of their six trips to Goodison Park in the Premier League. Bournemouth’s only win was a 3-1 success on the final day of the 2019-20 season.
Everton vs Bournemouth Prediction
The home trend in this fixture is hard to ignore, with nine of the last 12 being home by the side with home field advantage. Everton won this fixture to remain in the top-flight last term, and we could see them getting their campaign back on track with a repeat result on Saturday.