Bournemouth vs Everton – 101 Great Goals prediction: Bournemouth 1-2 Everton
Everton will be keen to get back to winning ways after their last two frustrating results.
Bournemouth come into the match inside the drop zone.
Bournemouth vs Everton: Who will win?
Bournemouth, despite their league positions, are favourites to win this match at 7/5.
Everton, on a great run under Sam Allardyce, are 21/10.
Draw at half-time and Bournemouth to win is an attractive looking 9/2.
Dan Gosling, who has scored two goals in a week, is 7/1 to score anytime.
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Bournemouth vs Everton: Premier League match preview
Bournemouth host Everton at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday for their final Premier League match of 2017.
Everton were held to a second consecutive goalless draw at the weekend, picking up a point at West Brom.
While Sam Allardyce will have wanted all three points, the result extends Everton’s impressive unbeaten run to eight matches.
Have Bournemouth recovered from their Boxing Day epic?
Bournemouth draw 3-3 last time out against West Ham in a Boxing Day epic.
Dan Gosling and Nathan Ake scored for the Cherries before a late brace from Marko Arnautovic looked to have sealed all three points for Stoke.
Bournemouth equalised in controversial circumstances after Callum Wilson’s offside-handball stoppage time goal was allowed to stand.
The result extends Bournemouth’s winless streak to nine matches and leaves them in the relegation zone.
Everton have only won one Premier League match away from home this season. Meanwhile, only Swansea have picked up fewer home points than Bournemouth.
Everton won the reverse fixture 2-1 in September. Josh King opened the scoring for Bournemouth before Oumar Niasse won the match with a late brace for the Toffees.
Bournemouth team news vs Everton
Charlie Daniels, Harry Arter, Junior Stanislas and Andrew Surman are all doubts, with the latter the most likely to feature on Saturday.
Jermain Defoe remains sidelined until late February.
Brad Smith and Tyrone Mings are also expected to miss out.
Former Toffee Dan Gosling is available to face his former club.
Everton team news vs Bournemouth
Yannick Bolasie made his long-awaited return last time out and could feature again at the weekend.
Leighton Baines has suffered a setback in his recovery, while Seamus Coleman and Ramiro Funes Mori are “still way off.”
James McCarthy stepped up his fitness on Wednesday playing in a behind-closed-doors match.
Idrissa Gueye joins Ross Barkley on the sidelines, but Wayne Rooney is expected to recover from illness which kept him out against the Baggies.
Meanwhile, all being well, Ross Barkley could be back in first-team contention by early January
Bournemouth predicted line-up vs Everton
Everton predicted line-up vs Bournemouth
All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.