AFC Bournemouth Vs Everton Match Review

AFC Bournemouth Vs Everton Match Review

November 7, 2022 Sports Betting

AFC Bournemouth Vs Everton Match Review

Tuesday night’s EFL Cup third-round match between Bournemouth and Everton will feature both Premier League teams.

Both teams are looking to bounce back from top-flight losses at the weekend, as the Toffees lost 2-0 to Leicester City and the Cherries lost to Leeds United.

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AFC Bournemouth Vs Everton Tips and Prediction

After Tottenham’s thrilling comeback victory on the South Coast, Leeds managed to make lightning strike twice for Bournemouth, as they let a two-goal lead slip through their grasp for the second time in two weeks.

Gary O’Neil’s team had a 3-1 lead at Elland Road, but ultimately fell to goals from Sam Greenwood, Liam Cooper, and Crysencio Summerville in stoppage time, extending their dreadful run of four games without a point in the Premier League.

For Bournemouth, the new manager high under O’Neil was never going to last forever. As they gear up for the first of two quick-fire matches against Everton before the World Cup break, they are hoping to avoid suffering their fifth straight loss in all competitions.

The Cherries defeated Norwich City on penalties in the second round of the 2022–23 EFL Cup after a draw, exacting revenge on the Canaries for a 6-0 loss to them in the first round the previous season. However, they have not progressed past the third round since 2018–19.

Everton didn’t have the same early hope against Leicester City, who stormed to a 2-0 victory at Goodison Park thanks to their midfield maestros, as Bournemouth did against Leeds before throwing it all away.

Youri Tielemans’ season-best volley gave the Toffees the lead before Harvey Barnes scored with precision in the second half. However, things could have been worse for the Toffees had James Maddison been able to convert one of his numerous opportunities.

Frank Lampard’s team earlier in the fall showed off an impressive resilient streak, but they have since won just one of their last six games across all competitions, and they haven’t seen the back of the net in past four games. This is a similar story to that of their upcoming hosts.


Both Bournemouth and Everton have not exactly shone in recent weeks, and many changes are to be expected as both teams place a priority on their league standings. We can see both teams sharing the points here.