Prediction Everton vs Chelsea in the English Premier League match

Everton v Chelsea are set to meet on May 1st in the AFL, with the match forecast prepared by our experts. For full information and all odds for the match, look at promo code for 1xbet.

The Toffees are in great danger

Everton are in the relegation zone, sitting in 18th place, two points behind 17th-placed Burnley, with one game to spare. A relegation from the elite would be, without exaggeration, a real disaster for the Toffees. In the last round, they lost the derby to Liverpool, although they did not look too bad. Frank Lampard’s side can put up a strong performance, but they lack stability. Given the standings, the main objective is to retain their place in the top flight. Six players at once will not be able to play due to injuries.

The Aristocrats have enough room for a place in the top four

Chelsea have had a good season, given the problems with Roman Abramovich. The Aristocrats are now third in the AFL, six points ahead of their nearest pursuer. The team should have no problem keeping their place in the top four and qualifying for the Champions League. In the last round, Thomas Tuchel’s side looked set to win against away side FC München, however, they failed to press their opponents. Injuries will keep five of their players off the pitch.

Personal meetings

In the first round, Chelsea played at home and owned a huge lead, but failed to squeeze out a 1-1 win.

Match prediction

A very important battle for the home side, however, bookmakers give the advantage to the visitors. “The Toffees have looked good in recent games, so we can expect a strong match from them. We expect some interesting head-to-head football, so the game will be decided on three goals. We propose to bet on the total of more than 2.5 goals.

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