Everton V Brighton Football Betting Predictions and Tips

Everton V Brighton Football Betting Tips 03/10/20 - The second match of Saturday sees Carlo Ancelotti's Everton taking on Graham Potter's Brighton at Goodison Park.

A fixture between Everton and Brighton wouldn't normally be one to get the juices flowing. But on current form it's at the very least, an intriguing match.



Can Everton keep their 100% record going? Will Calvert-Lewin score again? After impressing against Chelsea and Man Utd, how will Brighton match up against Everton? Will Tariq Lamptey continue to impress?

These are all questions that it will be interesting to see the outcomes off.

Everton V Brighton 03/10/20 - Football Betting Tips

Everton are 3 from 3 in the Premier League so far this season.

They have 8 goals from those 3 matches, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin having scored 5 of them.

As well as the goals from Calvert-Lewin, the Toffees also have one of the Premier League's top performers in Richarlison.

Everton V Brighton Match Betting

Everton 20/23 - Draw 27/10- Brighton 10/3 - Odds from Betfair

For all the plaudits Brighton have received this season, they've only got 3 points from 9. They've also conceded 6 goals in those three games.

Their two defeats in fairness were against Chelsea (1-3), and Manchester United (2-3), so that does need to be taken into account.

In those two defeats, the Seagulls were a touch unlucky. And in both matches, Graham Potter's team showed they have more than enough to keep themselves up this season.

Everton are flying, and they have home advantage. Brighton have come up just short against Chelsea and Man Utd recently, so for these reasons I'm going for a home win.

Match Prediction - Everton to win @ 20/23 with Betfair

I expect a few goals in this one as well, so I wouldn't be surprised to see over 2.5 goals come in.

Everton's 3 Premier League matches has seen 11 goals, while Brighton's matches have had 12 goals.

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