Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion Prediction and Betting Tips | January 3, 2023Everton will host Brighton & Hove Albion at Goodison Park on Tuesday (January 3) in the Premier League. The hosts have struggled this season, finding themselves just outside the drop zone with the midpoint of the season approaching. Everton, though, picked up a valuable 1-1 draw against defending champions Manchester City at the weekend, with Demaria Gray scoring a stunning leveller just after the hour mark. Brighton, meanwhile, have had mixed results of late as they continue to adapt to life under manager Roberto De Zerbi. They lost 4-2 at home to league leaders Arsenal in their last game and were perhaps fortunate not to have lost by a larger margin despite dominating possession.
Everton vs Brighton - Match Preview | Can Toffees begin 2023 with a win? Everton will look to build on their battling draw against Manchester City when they kick-off 2023 against Brighton at Goodison Park. The Toffees proved the doubters (myself included) wrong with that feisty performance at the Etihad.
The visitors are eighth in the standings with 24 points from 16 games. Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion Head-to-Head and Key Numbers There have been 21 meetings between Everton and Brighton, with the latter trailing 10-5. There have been six draws between the two teams. The visitors picked up a 3-2 win in the last meeting between the two sides, ending a four-game winless streak in the fixture. Everton have scored just 13 league goals this season. Only Wolverhampton Wanderers (10) and newly promoted Nottingham Forest (11) have scored fewer.
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Demarai Gray scored a second half equalizer for Everton against Manchester City in their last game, the teams battling to a 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium. It was a result that ensured they would enter 2023 outside the relegation zone and with that, they will view this as a winnable game. For Frank Lampard’s side, the target is to return to winning ways after five straight winless league games. In three of the last four league matches, they’ve conceded two or more goals and they have failed to score in three of five but have just one clean sheet in five league games. Brighton, on their part, are coming from a 4-2 home loss to Arsenal, in a game they dominated but just failed to create enough chances to match a more clinical Arsenal. That was their second straight home loss and also the second in three matches in the league.
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Brighton have picked up 13 points on the road in the Premier League this season, the most by any team outside the European spots. The Toffees have picked up just eight points at home this season. Only Southampton (6) have picked up fewer. Frank Lampard's men have conceded 20 league goals this morning, the fewest among teams in the bottom half of the standings. Risk-Free Bet up to $1, 000 on BetMGM Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion Prediction Everton are on a run of back-to-back winless outings and are without a win in their last six competitive outings. They have lost three of their last four games at Goodison Park and could struggle here. Brighton, meanwhile, have lost three of their last four games and will look to bounce back. They have, however, been solid on the road recently and should come out on top.
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I won’t lie, I would have considered a narrow defeat as a decent result before the game, so this is definitely considered bonus point in my book. The miserable defeat at home to Wolves had left us fearing the worst, but the players showed they are still willing to fight for their manager. Goalscoring and creativity remains a problem - Demarai Gray cannot score rockets every week - but the very least we expect is a bit of spirit and fight, which we saw by the bucket load in east Manchester, not least from Ben Godfrey, who managed to reduce Erling Haaland into a petulant child. Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images The key now of course is to build on that with three points against the Seagulls, the first of two crucial home games this month, with Southampton to follow in a couple of weeks.
Everton v Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton midfielder Moises Caicedo is available again after suspensionTEAM NEWSEverton will monitor Anthony Gordon and Yerry Mina, who both missed the draw at Manchester City with illness, and Michael Keane, who has a knee problem. Midfielder Amadou Onana is suspended after picking up a fifth yellow card of the season in that game. Brighton will give returning World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister a fitness test but Adam Webster and Danny Welbeck remain sidelined. Midfielder Moises Caicedo returns after being banned for the defeat by Arsenal. Forward Deniz Undav, who missed that match for personal reasons, should also be available.
Frank Lampard has spoken about how the Goodison atmosphere will be crucial. I agree, it can be the metaphorical ‘12th man’, but it is the players who have to get the fans going first by displaying the same commitment that we saw on Saturday. It has been a rollercoaster festive period having been on the floor after Wolves but encouraged after Man City. Three points here and there may even be a bit of optimism creeping in among Toffees fans. Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images I don’t think it is too far-fetched to say that Brighton are one of - if not the - best run club in the Premier League. Everyone from the board down is pulling in the right direction, with a clear plan in terms of recruitment and style of play. Everton would do well to watch and learn.
Prediction: 1-1Sutton's full predictions v Modernlove drummer Cian McCluskeyMATCH FACTSHead-to-headEverton have won four of their five Premier League home games against Brighton. However, the away team won both fixtures last season. EvertonEverton have won just once in nine league matches (D2, L6). The Toffees are in danger of losing three games in a row at Goodison Park for the first time in almost two years. Frank Lampard hasn't experienced three successive home defeats in the Premier League as a player or manager since March 2001. They could become the first club to record 500 top-flight home defeats. Everton have lost three of their last five Premier League matches at Goodison Park when scoring first, including last time out against Wolves.
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