Premier League Preview: Everton vs Brighton Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Nov 4)
- Everton will be looking for a second straight Premier League win on Saturday
- Brighton hoping to end a four-game winless run
Interesting Premier League action takes place at Goodison Park on Saturday, as Everton chase a second straight league win when they take on Brighton. The Seagulls travel to Merseyside hoping to end a four-game winless run.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, November 4, 2023, at 11:00 a.m ET
- Where: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England
- How To Watch: NBC
The last couple of weeks have played a huge role in the mood surrounding Everton, as the Toffees have seamlessly moved clear of the relegation spots after winning two of their last three. It was likely their performance that would have impressed Sean Dyche more than anything else last weekend, as the Toffees defended excellently to claim a 1-0 win at the London Stadium against West Ham.
Despite their early season struggles, Everton could move up to eleventh in the standings if they are able to claim victory this weekend. Everton landed a 5-1 victory in the previous match between these sides, but they haven’t landed a home win over the Seagulls since October 2010.
Brighton have enjoyed their recent visits to Goodison Park, as they have won on each of their previous two trips. The latest of those was a fine 4-1 success in January. However, they come into this showdown on Saturday after going four without a victory in the Premier League, which has seen them drop to seventh in the standings.
The Seagulls dropped points in front of their home fans last weekend, as they could only play out a 1-1 draw against Fulham. But, they remain one of the most prolific scoring teams in the Premier League this term, having found the back of the net on 23 previous occasions.
Everton vs Brighton Prediction
Everton’s defensive record in recent weeks will be put to the test this weekend, as Brighton have excellent quality in the final third. However, it could be a profitable angle to side with the home side, as they have appeared to turn a corner in recent weeks.