Everton vs Norwich Predictions & Betting Odds – 23rd November 2019

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Everton vs Norwich Betting Tips – Premier League, 23rd November 3.00pm

Everton eased some pressure just before the international break with a crucial victory over the struggling Southampton. This could be the perfect opportunity for them to make it back to back league success as well. Norwich are stuck at the bottom of the table and haven’t looked like having an upturn in form that they need. Read our predictions for Everton vs Norwich.

Everton vs Norwich Betting Odds*

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Everton vs Norwich Live Stats & Betting Odds

Everton News and Form – Will the Toffees bring down Norwich?

It hasn’t been a great season from Everton, but in a crucial match down near the relegation zone against Southampton just before the international break, the Toffees came up big with a 2-1 away win. That was their first away win of the campaign. At home, Everton have taken a W3 D1 L2 record and they have collected four points from their last two fixtures at Goodison Park.

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They have scored 8 goals and conceded 8 in their 6 home games. Just two of their league home games this season have made it over 2.5 goals. Of the four victories that Everont have taken in the Premier League this season, three of them have been by a one-goal margin. Four of their six defeats incidentally have been by a margin of two goals. They have been far from impressive at the back.

Everton have scored two-thirds of their home goals in the first half of games, having led at the halftime break in three of their six at Goodison. Across the course of the entire season, Everton have opened the scoring in just four fixtures. Heading into the weekend, there are only three teams (which includes the bottom two of Southampton and Norwich) who have worse home records than Everton do.

Everton vs Norwich Head to Head

This is the first Premier League meeting since the 2015/16 season
Everton took four points in their games against Norwich that season
The Canaries have failed to win any of the last four league meetings with Everton
Five of the last eight Premier League meetings have ended in a draw


Key-Facts – Everton vs Norwich

  • Norwich have scored one away goal only this season
  • Everton have suffered one loss in their last four
  • The Canaries have taken one of their last possible 21


Norwich News and Form – Can Norwich get a much-needed win at Everton?

Norwich are in trouble. Everyone knows it. There is no hiding from that. It has been just one point that the Canaries have earned in their last seven Premier League fixtures. The goals have seriously dried up for them after their bright and bold start to the campaign. Norwich have failed to hit the back of the net in five of their last seven top-flight fixtures.

Their last two league games have both ended in 2-0 losses and just before the international break, they became the first side this season to be beaten by Watford in the league. Five of Norwich’s last six league defeats have been by a margin of two goals. The Canaries have yet to earn an away win this season, picking up a D1 L5 record from their six road games.

Going back to their lack of goals, Norwich have scored one away goal this season and have failed to net in any of their last five on the road. They have conceded at an average of two goals per game. The Canaries have also been trailing at the halftime break in four of their six away games and it’s hard to see a positive outcome happening for them. Under 2.5 goals has happened in each of Norwich’s last five away games.

Everton vs Norwich

Everton to win to nil at 6/4
HT/FT Everton/Everton 21/20
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 18th, 2019 at 11:43 p.m.)

Everton vs Norwich Predictions

Everton to win: This should be a bit of a home banker for punters this weekend. The Toffees, despite being a bit off-colour this season, should have the strengths at home to collect three points. Nothing is happening for Norwich at the moment.