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Everton vs Brighton Match Stats Preview

Everton vs Brighton Match Stats Preview

Everton have beaten Brighton at least once in nine of the 10 previous league campaigns in which they've met, with the exception being 1981-82 (D1 L1). They won 5-1 at the Amex Stadium last season, having lost the home meeting 4-1.

Brighton have won their last two Premier League away games against Everton, having failed to win any of their first eight visits to Goodison Park in league competition (D2 L6).

Everton have won three of their last five Premier League games (L2), as many as they had in their previous 20. Following a 1-0 win at West Ham last time out, they’re looking for back-to-back victories for the first time since October 2022 (the first one of which was against West Ham).

Brighton are winless in their last four Premier League games (D2 L2), their longest run without a victory since Roberto De Zerbi’s first five games in charge in October last season (D2 L3).

Brighton have both scored and conceded in each of their last 14 Premier League games – only Everton (16 in 2012-13) and Aston Villa (15 in 2007-08) have had longer such runs. Meanwhile, the Seagulls could become the first team to both score and concede in their first 11 games in a top-flight campaign since Tottenham Hotspur in 1988-89.

Brighton have lost 6-1 to Aston Villa and 2-1 at Man City in their last two Premier League away games – they’ve not lost three in a row on the road since May 2021.

Everton’s last seven Premier League home wins have been to nil – they’ve not won when conceding at least once at Goodison Park since May 2022 (3-2 v Crystal Palace), drawing two and losing 14 since then.

Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored three goals in seven Premier League appearances this season, more than he did in 17 games last term (2). He’s also only scored more Premier League goals against Crystal Palace and Newcastle (5 each) than he has against Brighton (3).

Brighton’s Evan Ferguson has scored 10 Premier League goals in 2023, the most by a teenager in a single calendar year since Wayne Rooney in 2005 (11). His first goal this year was in a 4-1 win against Everton at Goodison Park, though since then just two of his nine goals have come away from home.

Excluding central defenders, Brighton’s Kaoru Mitoma has progressed the ball (carrying the ball 5+ metres upfield) further than any other Premier League player this season (1635 metres). The Japanese winger has also had the most shot involvements following a carry than any other player (18 – 9 shots, 9 chances created).



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My Hack Stuff: Everton vs Brighton Match Stats Preview
Everton vs Brighton Match Stats Preview
Everton have beaten Brighton at least once in nine of the 10 previous league campaigns in which they've met, with the exception being 1981-82 (D1 L1).
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