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Everton will look forward to increasing their points tally this weekend in the Premier League, when they meet the bottom placed Sunderland. The match will be played in the Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon.
Considering the form of the hosts first, their form has been nothing short of sensational. Sitting at the seventh place with 41 points, they have had a couple of big wins against Manchester City and AFC Bournemouth, with a score of 4-0 and 6-3 respectively. However, they did incur a goalless draw against Middlesbrough most recently, but they are yet to lose a match this year.
They have scored a minimum of three goals in their last three home matches, along with going unbeaten in 14 of their last 15 games in the Goodison Park. As for the Black Cats, they are still struggling considerably in the relegation zone. With 16 defeats and just five wins, it is getting increasingly harder for Sunderland to fight their way out. Off lately, they've held Tottenham Hotspur to a goalless draw and defeated Crystal Palace by 4-0.
Nonetheless, these feats were rendered null by the 4-0 thrashing they endured against Southampton. As it goes without saying, Everton are set to begin this match as the favourite side to win.
Everton will look to get back to winning ways when they take on Sunderland at Goodison Park on 1st November, 2015. The game is scheduled to kick off at 13:30 hours BST.
Everton were beaten by Arsenal last weekend and hence will be looking to get back to winning ways. They have been playing good quality football but at times go missing against teams. Romelu Lukaku will be the main focal point of most attacks given his serial presence and speed. Gerard Deulofeu should get a starting berth given his recent form. Ross Barkley has been a powerhouse in midfield and has the ability to chip in with goals as well.
Sunderland put in a power performance with a 3-0 win last week. They players look settled and the new mangers philosophy seems to be kicking in. We can expect Fabio Borini and Jermain Defoe to come out all guns blazing in this game.
Everton surely have the stronger side, but given the display Sunderland had last weekend, we can expect them to pull out a bunny from the bag and win this game as well. Everton's confidence could be down in the dumps given last weekends defeat at the hands of Arsenal.
Everton will host Sunderland in the Premier League on Saturday, May 9th. The match will be played in Goodison Park in Liverpool and will kick off at 12:45 hrs BST.
After maintaining a terrific spell in the league, the hosts are coming in this match from their first defeat since March. They visited Aston Villa and lost with 3-2 last weekend, as a result of which they are sitting on 11th place in the table. Prior to this defeat, they had routed Manchester United with 3-0, Burnley and Southampton with 1-0. They also drew against Swansea City with 1-1.
Sunderland on the other hand are currently sitting on top of the relegation zone at 18th place with 33 points, despite their 2-1 victory against Southampton last weekend. Prior to that, they drew against Stoke City with 1-1. However, they also endured a couple of heavy defeats at the hands of Aston Villa and Crystal Palace with 4-0 and 4-1 respectively.
This coming match is a must win for the hosts, if they want to keep their prospects of playing in the next season alive. However, they have a colossal task in front of them, considering that Everton are in good form. For me, it is the hosts who are favorites one and should be able to get the win.
Everton will look to keep their great league run going when they take on Sunderland in this Boxing Day Premier League cash. Join thousands of football fans at Free-football.tv and watch Everton vs Sunderland live on your computer.
The Toffees ground out another impressive result, beating Swansea 2-1 away from home on Sunday. The result saw them draw level with fourth place Chelsea on points, but behind them on goal difference.
Both of Everton’s goals against Swansea were screamers. The first one was a cracking long range strike from the in form Seamus Coleman, while the other was a sweetly struck free kick from midfield sensation Ross Barkley. Swansea’s strike came in between the two Everton goals and was a scrappy one in comparison to the beauties scored by their opponents.
Sunderland are bottom of the table going into Christmas and things don’t look too good for the Wearsiders, who have managed a grand total of 10 points in comparison to the 34 Everton have accumulated so far. Wes Brown is suspended for this game after getting sent off against Norwich
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