Everton vs Norwich City

Preview: Everton vs Norwich City – prediction, team news, lineups

Both looking to bounce back from EFL Cup outings in the middle of the week, Everton host Norwich City at Goodison Park in Saturday afternoon’s Premier League clash. Everton vs Norwich City stream, Everton vs Norwich City h2h, Everton vs Norwich City channel.

The two clubs also enter the fray due to losses in the top flight, as Rafael Benítez’s team fell 3-0 to Aston Villa, while the Canaries also sent three against Watford.

Match preview

On two occasions, Everton were forced to come back against Queens Park Rangers in the EFL Cup, when Lucas Digne and Andros Townsend responded to a pair of Charlie Austin headers, but the Toffees’ efforts were in vain once the game was decided from 12 yards.

Tom Davies was the culprit, as his saved penalty proved costly on penalties, and with Everton also suffering a humiliating 3-0 defeat at Aston Villa last weekend, Benítez’s revolution has lost some momentum. after a period of stellar opening.

Still capable of boasting a respectable 10-point tally in their first 5 games, Everton are firmly where they want to be, mingling with the European hunters in sixth place, and they welcome the Canaries to Goodison Park on a winning streak. of three games. at home in the highest category.

It’s no surprise to see that Everton’s fall in form coincides with the injuries of Richarlison, Jordan Pickford, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, so the onus will certainly fall on Townsend and Demarai Gray to continue to provide attacking inspiration so they don’t run. the risk of falling down the rankings even further.

Since the days of Marco Silva, Everton have failed to put together the longest winning streak at home (six) and no matter how much their next opponents have spent in the transfer market, the results simply do not come for Daniel Farke.

As expected, Jurgen Klopp rested the vast majority of his heavy hitters and gave some of Liverpool’s up-and-coming stars a chance to impress at Carrow Road, but Norwich still fell to a 3-0 EFL Cup loss. against a second player. Reds chain team.

Takumi Minamino hit both sides of Divock Origi’s header twice to send the canaries packing, and that result came days after Farke’s team conceded a trio of goals to newly-promoted Watford, and the consolation of Teemu Pukki. it was one of the few things Norwich has had to do. animate this term.

Still rooted at the bottom of the table as the only team to have yet earned a point in the new Premier League season, no team has conceded as many as Norwich’s 14 so far, while their two strikes are on the right end. of the field are only equaled by Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Additionally, the Canaries travel to Goodison Park on an eight-game losing streak away from home in the top flight, scoring just one goal in that time, but their most recent Premier League victory on the road was against Everton until the very end. . November 2019.

Norwich’s winning streak at Goodison Park now sits at two games following their 2-0 EFL Cup win in the 2016-17 season, but Everton won the most recent 1-0 encounter at Carrow Road in June 2020 thanks to winner Michael Keane.

Everton manager Benitez expects Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin to stay out for at least another two weeks, while Seamus Coleman is unlikely to show up before the end of the month, but Lucas Digne and Jordan Pickford are fine to play.

Andre Gomes suffered a calf adjustment against QPR and will not pass the cut here, while Fabian Delph is also out and Jean-Philippe Gbamin has a quadriceps problem.

Allan, Gray, Keane, and Abdoulaye Doucoure are all set for retirement after taking the bench midweek, while James Rodriguez completed a trade to Qatari team Al-Rayyan.

Norwich will be unable to host Todd Cantwell again after he missed out on Liverpool for personal reasons, while Przemyslaw Placheta (COVID-19), Sam Byram (thigh), and Christoph Zimmermann (ankle) remain out.

Angus Gunn had a night to forget between the sticks against Liverpool and will make way for Tim Krul here, while Ozan Kabak and Brandon Williams could win the recall to the defense alongside Max Aarons.

Pukki will once again lead the line alongside Milot Rashica, assuming the latter gets rid of a kidnapper complaint in time, while Josh Sargent should also return to the attack after being left out of the team midweek.

Everton possible starting lineup:
Pickford; Godfrey, Mina, Keane, Digne; Townsend, Doucoure, Allan, Iwobi; Gray, Rondon

Norwich City possible starting lineup:
Krul; Aarons, Hanley, Kabak, Williams; McLean, Gilmour, Lees Melou; Rashica, Pukki, Sargent

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