Everton have the chance to move six points clear of the relegation zone with a win against a Leicester side who have won just one of their last 10 Premier League away games.
Frank Lampard’s side picked up a much needed win last time out against Manchester United after losing 10 of their 13 matches in the league in 2022. Anthony Gordon’s deflected strike was enough to give the Toffees all three points in a hard fought contest, his fourth league goal of the campaign.
Leicester will be looking to bounce back from Sunday’s injury time defeat to Newcastle, a game in which they lost after scoring first for the first time since January against Tottenham.
As mentioned, the Foxes have struggled for form on the road this season, losing six of their last eight away games. Only Everton (6), Norwich (9) and Burnley (10) have picked up fewer points away from home than Brendan Rodgers’ side this term (13).
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Everton vs Leicester: Match Stats
Anthony Gordon has been one of the only bright sparks for Everton this season, gaining plaudits from pundits and managers alike in his breakthrough campaign. The Englishman has been directly involved in five goals in his last six home starts, scoring four and assisting one and is Everton’s top goalscorer at Goodison Park this term.
With Jamie Vardy missing for large chunks of the season, the burden of scoring goals for Leicester has mainly fallen on James Maddison’s shoulders. The former Norwich man is the Foxes’ top goalscorer in all competitions this season, netting 14 times in 45 games as well as assisting a further eight times.
Leicester have kept just one clean sheet in their 15 away games this term, while Everton have kept just one clean sheet in their 15 Premier League home games against the Foxes, making both teams to score an appealing bet in a game that should see goals.