Brighton vs Everton – Prediction, and Match Preview
Brighton vs Everton – Due to a terrible schedule late in the season, the Seagulls were in action on Thursday night in the postponed game of Matchday No. 28 against Manchester United and they will play six more games by the end of the month.
Nevertheless, Roberto De Zerbi recently succeeded in growing his roster, and he did so in a remarkable way.
Last Saturday against Wolves, the Italian manager gave the starting lineup debuts to players like Billy Gilmour, Julio Enciso, Danny Welbeck, and Deniz Undav.
While some of the squad’s key players, such as Kaoru Mitoma and Alexis MacAllister, were out from the match against Wolverhampton, fans anticipated that the team would struggle. However, Brighton surprised everyone by scoring four consecutive goals in the opening period.
With two goals and an assist, Welbeck put out an especially strong display. Undav added a brace, and Enciso also made a few assists.
With Everton having given up six goals in their last two games against Newcastle and Leicester, Brighton’s outstanding forward line will have a great chance to provide a similarly good performance on Monday.
The Toffees enter this match in second-to-last place, but there is little to suggest a promising outcome for Sean Dyche and his team given that they have lost their last seven league games.
Brighton vs Everton – Betting Analysis
Going into the 20th matchup with the Seagulls, Everton still holds a four-win advantage in the overall head-to-head series, but it is important to note that Brighton has won each of the previous two meetings between these rivals.
Seven goals were scored by the Seagulls in their last two encounters with the Toffees, including four in a convincing win at Goodison Park in January of this year.
Three of the previous five head-to-head games between these rivals have included at least five goals. Seven days ago, Everton played a very offensive game against Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
We are concerned about their chances of keeping things quiet at the defense against the hot Brighton offense after they gave up six goals in the previous two league games.
What are the best odds for the game?
Checking the latest betting odds for this match on the 90 minute result market, putting your money on Brighton & Hove Albion can be had for 1.38, backing the draw is 5.3 and taking a punt on the win for Everton gets 7.9. They’re the top prices on offer at this very moment.
Brighton vs Everton – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Home to Win