Everton v Leeds: Betting Preview

Match Analysis

Everton had very tough games in the last days, including their victory at home against Arsenal and the loss in the Merseyside derby. In theory, collecting 3 points out of 6 in these two games could be considered a good start for Sean Dyche.

However, Everton will need an incredible level of consistency and efficiency in the remaining games of the Premier League to avoid being relegated to The Championship.

With only 18 points collected in the entire season, games like this against Leeds, the team right above Everton with one point clear above the relegation zone are those games that can be game-changers for a club.

Losing against this type of opponent can be deadly and this kind of game can be remembered as those that made a difference to seal the fate of a club.

The visitors have a better away record in the Premier League in the last five including two points collected against top table clubs Man Utd and Newcastle United.

Betting Preview – Everton v Leeds

The market sees a levelled game here. The odds are almost the same for the victory of each team, both in the 1×2 market and the DNB Asian Handicap market.

Struggling sides around the relegation zone are among the worst ones to predict.

The points collected by Everton against The Gunners were sort of easier to predict as a new coach is a known phenomenon that can lead teams to unusual performances considering their recent record.

I guess only the in-running (live betting) market can provide us with very valuable bets here as teams in this situation tend to be harder to predict.

The same applies to the capacity of the match to produce goals.

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