The Premier League returns after the European action in midweek and Everton are desperate for a win having been beaten at home by Luton. They face Bournemouth next up and we’ve taken a look at the odds to come up with a couple of selections. 

Everton vs Bournemouth Tips: 

  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score anytime @ 8/5
  • Correct Score: Everton 1-1 Bournemouth @ 6/1

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Dele Alli, Seamus Coleman and Andre Gomes all remain out for Sean Dchye but aside from that he has a fully fit squad to choose from. Beto could partner Dominic Calvert-Lewin, if he decides to go with a 4-4-2, while Jack Harrison could start after coming off the bench against Luton Town. 

Meanwhile, Bournemouth have suffered a setback in the form of Tyler Adams, who has picked up another injury after his summer move from Leeds United. Lloyd Kelly, Alex Scott and Chris Mepham may target returns after the international break. 

Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score anytime 8/5

Everton were poor against Luton last time out but they were undone by two set pieces and the Goodison crowd turned against them. They’ll need them to be onside for this one, another home game which is winnable on paper. For them to be safe from danger, Dominic Calvert-Lewin needs to start firing and after an injury halted his progress earlier in the campaign, he has finally got a run of games under his belt. 

He’s scored in the EFL Cup win at Aston Villa and found the net against Luton, so two goals in two games shows he is on the right track. Now, he can continue this against a Bournemouth side who leaked four goals against Arsenal and are yet to win a game this season. The England forward is Everton’s biggest threat, and can find the net again here. 

Correct Score: Everton 1-1 Bournemouth @ 6/1

These two have not had a good start to the season, and it is tough to judge how this one will go. Bournemouth haven’t won a game so far this term but they have scored in every single away match they have played this term. They’ve not quite found their way under Andoni Iraola and they have leaked goals, but that doesn’t mean they are a bad team.

The Cherries currently sit 19th, but they face an Everton side low on confidence. We saw against Luton how tense the atmosphere can become if they don’t take the lead, and although I can see them getting over the line in this game – I don’t think it will happen. A draw will suit both teams here, as Everton look to correct their poor home form. Neither side can afford to lose.  

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