Everton welcome Man City in the Sunday lunch-time kick-off with both sides looking for points for defferent reasons. Everton vs Manchester City Sunday’s Premier League News
The Toffes will be desperate to stay in touch in the hunt for a European place, while Pep Guardiola and his City boys are playing catch-up to Chelsea in the title race.
Everton vs Manchester City Sunday’s Premier League News
Everton vs Manchester City Sunday’s Premier League Fixture
Team : Everton vs Manchester City
What : England Premier League 2016/17
Time : 15th January, 14:30pm BST
Where : Goodison Park, Liverpool
Everton predicted line-ups : Robles, Coleman, Williama, Funes Mori, Braines, Davies, Barry, Enner Valencia, Barkley, Mirallas.
Man City predicted line-ups : Bravo, Sagna, Otamendi, Kolarov, Clichy, Toure, Fernando, De, Bruyne, Silva, Nolito, Aguero.
Everton : LWDWL
Manchester City : WWLWW
Everton : 16/5
Manchester City : 4/5
Draws : 11/4
Everton vs Manchester City Prediction
Everton will be motivated to boundle back from their FA Cup defeat but will struggle to hold back Manchester City’s dynamic attack.
Manchester city will have almost their best team available this Sunday and look like the favorites to win.
Both sides may score this weekens, but expect Manchester City to outscore Everton and come away with the victory.
Everton 1-3 Manchester City.
Everton vs Manchester City – Match Fact
Everton are winless in their last seven Premier League games against Manchester City (D3 L4). Prior to this run, they had won six of the previous eight (D1 L1).
1. The Citizens have won two of their last three games at Goodison Park, having lost the previous four to David Moyes’ Everton between 2010 and 2013.
2. Three of Everton’s last five goals against Manchester City in the Premier League have been scored by Romelu Lukaku.
3. Since Lukaku’s debut for Everton in September 2013, only Sergio Aguero (77) and Harry Kane (59) have scored more Premier League goals than the Belgian (54).
4. Yaya Toure has been directly involved in six goals in nine previous Premier League appearances against the Toffees (three goals and three assists).
5. Manchester City missed two penalties against Everton in October, with both spot kicks conceded by Phil Jagielka and saved by Maarten Stekelenburg.