Toffees welcome lower Premier League side and look to bounce back from tough week – Marseille News

Everton will be looking to bounce back from their disappointing week facing Norwich winless this weekend.

The Toffees took four out of five wins to start the campaign, but the pressure has since returned with a 3-0 Premer League loss to Aston Villa last Saturday.

Everton face Norwich winless in Premier League this weekend

They were then knocked out of the Carabao Cup by the QPR championship team midweek and will be desperate to find their way back to victory.

Norwich, meanwhile, are in dire straits with boss Daniel Farke setting the record for the longest loss for any manager in England’s top flight history.

The Canaries sit at the bottom of the table with zero points in five matches, conceding 14 goals and scoring just two.

However, there is hope for Norwich who have secured one of their five wins the last time they were in the Premier League in this game.

Goals from Todd Cantwell and Dennis Srbeny sealed a 2-0 victory at Goodison Park in November 2019.

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The Premier League clash is due to take place on Saturday 25 September and will start at 3pm.

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Rafael Benitez has seen his team’s decline in form coincide with a number of injuries to his top stars, including Richarlison.

Brazilian Richarlison has been out since taking a hit against Burnley and he may not be back until after the next international break.

Jordan Pickford was also injured in that game and he, alongside club captain Seamus Coleman, was sidelined for a few weeks.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin continues to suffer from a broken toe and quad injury, which means Salomon Rondon is set to take the lead again.

Fabian Delph and Jean-Philippe Gbamin were absent in the loss to QPR, which means boss Benitez will be forced to reshuffle the field on Saturday.

As for Norwich, Todd Cantwell missed the midweek loss to Liverpool on personal grounds and it has not yet been revealed if he is back in action.

Christoph Zimmermann remains the only doubt about the club’s injuries, but Prezmysław Płacheta is also unavailable after testing positive for Covid-19.

Coleman, Richarlison, and Calvert-Lewin are all in Everton's treatment room


Coleman, Richarlison and Calvert-Lewin are all in the treatment room for Everton Everton v Norwich: Match stats Everton have lost just one of their last seven home league games with Norwich (W4 D2), albeit c was the last time the team met at Goodison Park in November 2019 (0-2). After winning three of their first four Premier League encounters with Everton (D1), Norwich have won just two of their next 14 against the Toffees in the competition (D6 L6). Everton have lost three of their last four home league games against sides starting the day at the bottom of the table (W1), including a loss to Norwich in November 2019. The Toffees had lost just three of their last 17 games Championship at Goodison Park against the lowest-ranked teams before this (W10 D4). Everton have won each of their last three home league games, the last consecutive victory at Goodison Park between March and September 2019 under Marco Silva (6 Norwich have earned just six points out of their last 72 available away from home in the Premier League (W1 D3 L20), and are winless out of 14 on the road since defeating Everton 2-0 in November 2019. Everton have averaged 3.6 streaks of more than 10 assists per game in the Premier League this season, with only Burnley (2.6) averaging less. Under Carlo Ancelotti last season, the Toffees averaged 10.7 such streaks per game, placing 10th overall in the competition. Norwich City boss Daniel Farke has lost his last 15 Premier League games. Theft story Norwich goalkeeper Tim Krul has been on the losing side in 99 of his 198 Premier League appearances. Only three players suffered their first 100 losses in less than 200 games in the competition: forward Steven Fletcher (185), defender Paul Robinson (192) and forward Matthew Jarvis (193). No player has scored more Premier League goals for Everton. this season as new signing Demarai Gray, with his three goals after just three shots on target so far. It wasn’t until 2018-19 that Gray scored more goals in a single top-tier campaign (4). In their last two Premier League seasons, Teemu Pukki has scored 46% of Norwich’s Premier League goals (13/28), scoring both of the Canaries’ Goals so far this campaign.

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