Bournemouth vs Everton betting tips: Premier League preview & predictions

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As we return from the international break, both Bournemouth and Everton will be looking to use the time away as a platform to build on.

The Cherries lost their last game before the break, falling to a 3-1 defeat against Leicester.

Despite that loss, Bournemouth will be looking to get back to winning ways in front of their own fans this weekend.

It’s a very different case for Everton.

The Toffees went into the international break having beaten Wolves 3-2.

While it wasn’t the greatest performance defensively, Everton deserved to win the game and did impress for large spells.

Now, they’ll be looking to build on that and mount a true push for the top-six.

Bournemouth vs Everton: Who will win?

After their win over Wolves before the international break, Everton go into this game as favourites.

Though, it’s closer than you’d think in terms of the betting odds.

The Toffees go into the game priced at 7/5 to win.

Meanwhile, Bournemouth go into the game priced at 19/10 despite their lacklustre performance against Leicester in their last outing.

A draw is priced at 5/2.

A 3-1 scoreline in favour of Everton, as we predict, is priced at a solid 18/1.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – AUGUST 17: Lucas Digne of Everton shoots while pressured by Will Hughes of Watford during the Premier League match between Everton FC and Watford FC at Goodison Park on August 17, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Moving onto the goalscorer market, and it is actually Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson who tops the list.

The Englishman can be found at odds of 9/2 to score first.

Meanwhile, Richarlison is the second favourite to score first after his brace against Wolves, priced at 5/1.

Alex Iwobi, who scored his first Premier League goal for Everton against Wolves, is priced at an attractive 11/1 to net first.

Bournemouth vs Everton match preview

It’s not been an ideal start to the season for Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth.

The Cherries have won one game so far, with that win coming against Aston Villa.

Despite that, there have been some disappointing results too.

Bournemouth looked set to pick up a win against Sheffield United the game before, but late drama meant otherwise.

BOURNEMOUTH, ENGLAND – AUGUST 25: David Silva of Manchester City falls inside the box after a tackle by Steve Cook of AFC Bournemouth during the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Manchester City at Vitality Stadium on August 25, 2019 in Bournemouth, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Billy Sharp scored in the 88th minute to equalise for the Blades, much to the disappointment of Eddie Howe and the Bournemouth fans.

Their other two results this season have consisted of losses to Manchester City and Leicester.

The Cherries actually performed pretty impressively against Pep Guardiola’s side, despite being dominated in terms of possession.

Against Leicester though, their performance was less acceptable, with Brendan Rodgers’ side winning comfortably.

If Bournemouth are to kick start their season, they need to perform against Everton and three points in front of their own fans would go a long way.

 

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Can the Toffees build up a head of steam?

Everton need to pick up from where they left off before the international break if they are to break the top six this season.

The Toffees have started the season pretty decently, with some of their summer signings finally up to speed.

Moise Kean is looking more dangerous than he did earlier on in the season, Alexi Iwobi is showing just why Everton splashed the cash on him and Fabian Delph has also impressed.

The last two especially played a big part in the win over Wolves.

VERBIER, SWITZERLAND – JULY 15: New Everton signing Fabian Delph poses for a photograph at the Everton pre-season training camp on July 15, 2019 in Verbier, Switzerland. (Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images)

Everton ran out 3-2 winners over Nuno Espírito Santo’s side, with Iwobi on the scoresheet and Delph putting in a man of the match performance.

Before that, the Toffees had only managed one win, which came against Watford in their first home game of the season.

Other results include a draw to Crystal Palace on the opening day and a disappointing 2-0 loss to Aston Villa.

After their much-needed win against Wolves, Everton must continue their momentum.

With the squad the Blues have, plus their new signings getting up to speed, there’s some brilliant potential here.

Though, unlike their previous campaigns, Marco Silva must find a way to ensure their season doesn’t fizzle out.

 

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Bournemouth team news vs Everton

The Cherries have had somewhat of an injury crisis early on this season.

Charlie Daniels has been ruled out for the campaign, with youngster David Brooks also out with injury.

Chris Mepham was also substituted with a possible injury during the international break with Wales, though still may start the game.

Thankfully, there is some good news for Bournemouth fans.

That’s because Lewis Cook has recently returned from injury and played in a behind closed doors game this week.

Everton team news vs Bournemouth

For Everton, it’s much more positive than negative.

The Toffees have no fresh injuries after the international break.

The only problems Marco Silva has right now involve Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Jonas Lossl.

Gbamin will be a big blow for the side, with the midfielder set for a hefty spell on the sidelines after joining in the summer.

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All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

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