Premier League Preview: Sheffield United vs Everton Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Sep 2)
- Sheffield United still looking for a first win of the new season
- Everton sitting bottom of the Premier League standings
A huge match at the bottom of the Premier League standings takes place on Saturday, as both Sheffield United and Everton go in search of a first league win this term. Neither side has picked up a single point at the start of the new campaign.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, September 2, 2023, at 7:30 a.m ET
- Where: Bramall Lane, Sheffield, England
- How To Watch: NBC
It has been a miserable start to the new Premier League season for both Sheffield United and Everton. However, both sides will be looking to build momentum in their final fixture before the first international break of the season. The Blades have home advantage on Saturday, as they chase a first league win since gaining promotion back to the Premier League.
Sheffield United pushed Man City close on matchday two, as they nearly secured a point against the reigning champions after Jayden Bogle’s equalizer with five minutes remaining. However, the champions dramatically secured maximum points after netting the winner just three minutes later.
There will be pressure on Sean Dyche this weekend, as Everton have made a terrible start to the new season. The Toffees sit bottom of the league standings after three rounds of fixtures, as they are yet to pick up a point or score a goal in their opening matches at the start of the new season.
The Toffees were dealt a fresh blow on Saturday, as they were beaten 1-0 by Wolves at Goodison Park. This is now Everton’s worst start to a top flight season since 1990-91. There are clear concerns in the final third, as the Toffees have failed to score in 17 league matches since the start of last season.
Sheffield United vs Everton Prediction
An interesting trend to consider this weekend is the record of away sides in this fixture. Each of the last four have been won by the visiting side, meaning that we could see Everton securing a third straight win at Bramall Lane on Saturday.