Everton and Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United team square off in a crucial match at Goodison Park on Thursday as the Premier League resumes play with a new round of games this week.
Newcastle United vs. Everton Preview
In the Premier League rankings, Newcastle United is currently in third place and has routinely outperformed expectations thus far this year. The Magpies destroyed Tottenham Hotspur by an incredible 6-1 score in their previous encounter, and they will want to repeat that performance this week.
On the other side, Everton has had a difficult season and is now in 18th place in the league table. After a scoreless draw last week against Crystal Palace, the home team will try to lift its game this time around.
Newcastle United vs. Everton Key Numbers and Head-to-Head
- Everton and Newcastle United have played each other in 181 games in the past, with Everton winning 75 and Newcastle United winning 70 of those games.
- In their last five Premier League games against Everton, Newcastle United has won four times, matching the number of victories they had in the 21 games prior to this run.
- Even though Everton has only triumphed in one of their last six Premier League encounters with Newcastle United, they did triumph in this game by a slim 1-0 score the year before.
- Only one of Newcastle United’s last 10 away Premier League meetings against Everton had resulted in a victory, and that victory came in January 2021.
- Everton has not lost in their last eight Thursday-night Premier League games, with their last loss occurring in 2015.
Newcastle United vs. Everton Prediction
Currently in outstanding form, Newcastle United defeated Tottenham Hotspur to achieve one of the results of the year. Alexander Isak and Bruno Guimaraes, among others, have flourished this year and will attempt to repeat their valor this week.
Everton cannot afford to lose this game due to their poor performance this season. Newcastle United should be able to win this game because they are currently the better team.
Newcastle United 1-3 Everton is the prediction.