Southampton Vs Everton Free Tips [9th Nov]
Published on 06/11/19
It’s fair to say things haven’t gone to plan for Southampton so far, but they get the chance to get their season back on track when they take on Everton on Saturday afternoon (November 9.00). It’s a real early-season six-pointer, as Southampton can go level on points with Everton if they win, but they’ll fall even further behind in the relegation battle if they lose.
Check out our trends, analysis, and free tips for Southampton vs Everton.
Southampton vs Everton Free Tips Analysis
15:00 Kick Off on 9th Nov
Southampton vs Everton Match Details
Southampton vs Everton kicks-off at 3.00pm on Saturday 9 November at St Mary’s Stadium.
Southampton are a hard team to weigh-up this season, as seven points from six away games would suggest they should be hanging around in the safety of the middle of the Premier League table. But their home form has been a nightmare and they’ve only won one point from their five home matches.
In truth, they’ve probably just been unlucky with a tough opening spell of home games, as Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, and the resurgent Leicester have all been visitors. Admittedly, they also got beaten at home by Bournemouth, but that was a match that looked more likely to end 2-2 before Bournemouth weathered a storm of Southampton attacks before scoring in the dying seconds to make it 3-1.
Everton have been a much better team at home than away from home in recent seasons and that pattern has continued this season. Everton have notched up three wins and a draw at home from six games but travel to Southampton after losing their last four away games against Brighton, Burnley, Bournemouth, and Aston Villa. Their only point on the road this season came in their opener at Crystal Palace.
Southampton vs Everton Head-To-Heads
Southampton and Everton have been regular rivals in the Premier League over the years and this will be the 41st Premier League game between the two clubs. Everton have won 17, Southampton have won 12, and 11 have been draws. But 11 of Southampton’s 12 wins have come at home, whilst Everton are just three from 20 at St Mary’s.
Southampton are also on a bit of a roll against Everton at St Mary’s having won the corresponding fixture in each of the last three seasons. They won 2-1 last season and 4-1 the season before, whilst it was 1-0 in 2016/17.
Both teams have also scored in all four matches in the last two seasons but, as the two teams are anything but consistent, 4/6 for both teams to score is only fair.