Everton against Newcastle: Analyzing the statistics

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Everton has faced difficulties in recent clashes with Newcastle in the Premier League, suffering defeats in five of their last six encounters. This stands in stark contrast to their performance in the preceding 24 matches, where they secured 13 wins and six draws. In the previous season, Newcastle achieved a notable 4-1 victory in this matchup, aiming to secure consecutive away league wins against Everton for the first time since a three-game streak between 1958 and 1960.

In midweek Premier League fixtures (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday), Everton has encountered challenges, losing their last four matches and conceding four goals in each of the last three. Conversely, Newcastle has thrived in midweek games, winning their last three with an impressive aggregate score of 13-3.

Despite initially winning three of their first four home games under Sean Dyche, Everton’s home form has dwindled, with only two victories in their last 12 matches at Goodison Park, both against Bournemouth. Newcastle has faced difficulties on the road, winning just one of their last eight away games but achieving a remarkable 8-0 victory against Sheffield United in September.

Notably, Everton has struggled to score in home games, failing to find the back of the net in four different Premier League fixtures this season. In contrast to the previous season, where 58.3% of their points came from home games, this season, ignoring their 10-point deduction, only 23.5% of Everton’s points have been earned at Goodison Park.

Despite these challenges, Everton has demonstrated resilience by taking the lead in four of their last five Premier League matches, maintaining an unbeaten record when scoring first under Sean Dyche (W10 D4).

Newcastle’s Callum Wilson poses a significant threat, particularly in away games, having scored eight goals in his last eight Premier League away matches. Furthermore, Wilson has recorded four braces against Everton in the competition, showcasing his proficiency against the Toffees. Only Harry Kane (6) and Alan Shearer (5) have scored multiple goals against Everton more frequently in the Premier League.


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