Everton vs Newcastle Premier League 5/12/2018

Everton vs Newcastle Premier League

After the Liverpool derby defeat at Anfield Road with Origi’s goal in the last play of the match following an anecdotal error of Jordan Pickford, Everton does not leave with his pretentions pinched.

He is making a beautiful championship and finally putting himself on the path to good results, despite that disappointment, something that leaves the team of Marco Silva in the sixth place of the Premier table with 22 points, the same record of Manchester United.

Before the defeat with Liverpool, Everton came from three straight games without losing, where they had won at home to Brighton and Cardiff and tied off with Chelsea. Morgan Schneiderlin and Jonjoe Kenny are in doubt.

Everton: Pickford; Coleman, Keane, Mina, Digne; André Gomes, Gueye; Lookman, Sigurdsson, Bernard; Richarlison.

Newcastle have a slow path to move away from the last places of the standings, at an early stage that has been quite tricky for the Magpies.

After 14 days, the group led by Rafa Benítez is still in a poor 15th place, with only 12 points (side by side with the Palace).
On the final day, Newcastle was surprised – and in what way! – at home, having lost 3-0 to West Ham after four games with a draw and three wins.

The following players were eliminated for the match: Matt Ritchie, Isaac Hayden, Paul Dummett, Karl Darlow and Florian Lejeune.

Newcastle: Dubravka; Yedlin, Schär, Fernández, Manquillo; Kenedy, Shelvey, Diamé, Murphy; Aoyze Pérez; Rondón.

Both teams have done quite different campaigns from each other, come from results difficult to digest (honestly for me it is difficult to decide between what will be worse for the fans of each club, if he is thrashed at home by West Ham, get lost at the last minute in the eternal derby of the city with a huge goalkeeping boss). On paper, Everton is at home and justifiably favorite.

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Still, I believe that Rafa Benitez’s team will respond well after the defeat with the Hammers, playing away Newcastle has always been a tough nut to crack regardless of whoever plays, still has not lost any game clearly and before a rising Everton but that comes from a difficult scenario to recover psychologically and that few times won quietly, I think the final result will be a triumph by the minimal margin on the part of Marco Silva or even Newcastle to surprise and to take points of Goodison Park.

Betting Prediction: Newcastle AH +1.5
Odds: 1.48