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Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion betting tips: Premier League preview, prediction and odds

This article provides a preview, odds and recommended bets for the Premier League meeting between Everton and Brighton & Hove Albion on January 3rd, 2022


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Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion

January 03, 2023

7:45 pm GMT

Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at Goodison Park comes in the form of a draw between Everton and Brighton & Hove Albion.

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Match preview

An Everton side hopeful of building on a morale-boosting point secured in the club’s last outing are set to act as hosts in a Premier League showdown at Goodison Park on Tuesday.

The clash will see the Toffees welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Merseyside.

Prior to this past weekend, Everton had of course been in the thick of a frankly alarming stretch of form.

This came as Frank Lampard’s troops slipped to a quartet of successive defeats across all competitions, failing as a result to navigate their passage away from the relegation zone.

In turn, it was viewed as something of a formality that the Blues, upon making the trip to Manchester for a meeting with Man City, would ultimately be put to the sword in comfortable fashion.

When all was said and done at the Etihad, though, Everton, to their immense credit, stood tall.

After Erling Haaland opened the game’s scoring inside 25 minutes, Demarai Gray’s stunning equaliser just beyond the hour mark ensured that Lampard and co. would return to Merseyside with a potentially crucial point in the bag.

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Everton, in turn, will no doubt head into Tuesday night’s action at Goodison with their tails up.

Upcoming opponents Brighton, on the other hand, endured an altogether more trying 90 minutes in their most recent fixture over the weekend.

This came as a meeting with table-topping Arsenal culminated in the Seagulls being put to the sword by four goals to two.

This brought to an end a run of three wins from four for Roberto De Zerbi’s side, sending them packing from the European picture in England’s top-flight.

Instead, Brighton now sit 10th, albeit whilst in possession of a game in hand (or two) on the majority of the sides above them.

Based on all of the above, we at 101 therefore view an eventual sharing of the spoils as the most likely outcome upon the final whistle sounding at Goodison Park on Tuesday night.

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