Newcastle United vs Everton: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
Everton will be seeking an immediate return to winning ways when they travel to Newcastle United on Sunday at 2:00 PM (UK time).
Newcastle United vs Everton: Predictions
Carlo Ancelotti’s men are currently top of the Premier League table, although they lost for the first time in any competition this season last weekend, falling 2-0 away at Southampton.
It was the Toffees’ worst performance of the season so far by some distance, lacking any of the attacking verve which has earned so many admiring glances throughout 2020/21.
In Newcastle, they face an opponent yet to find any consistency but perfectly capable of grinding out valuable results when required.
Steve Bruce’s men pulled off a 1-1 draw away at Wolves in their last match, recovering quickly from their 4-1 defeat to Manchester United. After six games, the Magpies sit 14th in the table on eight points.
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Newcastle United vs Everton: Match Stats
Although Newcastle have beaten Everton just four times since September 2010, they have only lost one of their last four meetings, winning one and drawing the other two.
However, Ancelotti is yet to taste defeat in any of his four games against the Magpies as a manager, while Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored more Premier League goals against Newcastle (4) than any other opponent.
Newcastle United vs Everton: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Newcastle 1-2 Everton
Newcastle United vs Everton: Head to Head
21 January 2020: Everton 2-2 Newcastle
28 December 2019: Newcastle 1-2 Everton
09 March 2019: Newcastle 3-2 Everton
05 December 2018: Everton 1-1 Newcastle
23 April 2018: Everton 1-0 Newcastle
Newcastle have won just two of their last 15 Premier League meetings with Everton and lost this fixture 2-1 last season as Ancelotti made his presence felt early on the blue half of Merseyside.