Bournemouth vs Everton Prediction: Hosts can score for fun

 | March 29 | 

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Everton’s mission to stay in the Premier League for another season takes another turn this weekend as they travel to the south coast to take on Bournemouth on Saturday (15:00). The Cherries are in good form and have an outside shot at a top-half finish, something that seemed incredibly unlikely at the start of the season, when Andoni Iraola was getting used to the English game. 

Below you can find my Bournemouth vs Everton prediction, featuring team news, match odds and a couple of betting selections. 

Bournemouth vs Everton Tips

  • Bournemouth to win @ 11/10
  • Bournemouth to score over 2.5 goals @ 3/1

Team News

Ryan Fredericks, Luis Sinisterra, Lloyd Kelly, James Hill and Marcos Senesi all remain out for the hosts, but Max Aarons could return here after missing the last two months with a hamstring problem. 

For Everton, Dele remains a long-term absentee and Arnaut Danjuma will miss this one, but Idrissa Gana Gueye is expected to return to club action having featured for Senegal over the international break. 

Match Odds

Bournemouth are priced at 11/10 to win this game, with Eveton the outsiders at 23/10. A draw can be backed at 5/2, BTTS is 8/13 and over 2.5 goals is 8/11. 

Bournemouth to win @ 11/10

The Cherries have looked really good over the past few months and their rise up the table has been impressive. With Dominic Solanke on fire, they are proving to be a competitive Premier League outfit, and they score plenty of goals - but more on that later. 

With home advantage, and up against a weak Everton side, I’m more than happy to back the Cherries on this occasion. They’ve lost just one of their last five league games, a 1-0 defeat to Man City, and have looked impressive in wins over Burnley and Luton. Everton fit the bill as fellow relegation candidates and as a result I’m expecting a comfortable home win. 

Bournemouth to score over 2.5 goals @ 3/1

A tasty price for the Cherries to sting the Toffees. I feel the home side are far superior to Everton and Sean Dyche’s men will perhaps even suffer, rather than benefit from the international break. Solanke has been on top form, and supported by the likes of Antoine Semenyo and Dango Ouattara, they have been able to tear teams apart of late. 

They scored four past Luton, despite being 3-0 down, and twice past Sheffield United in their last two Premier League outings. I’ll be surprised if they don’t have a similarly profitable time in front of goal against an Everton side that has conceded five across their last two games. 

Check out our other Football Betting Tips here. 

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