Match: Everton vs Newcastle United
League: English Premier League
Date: Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Kick-off at 19:30 UK/ 20:30 CET
Venue: Goodison Park (Liverpool).
Everton vs Newcastle: Given the victory on the way of Everton in the second leg, its new form under the difficulties of Carlo Ancelotti and Newcastle, it seems that the Toffees are favorites on Tuesday.
The last time the two met, Everton had a victory on the 1-2 road.
Ten of the previous twelve victories were won by the Toffees.
Four of the previous five clashes on this site have resulted in victories for the hosts.
Newcastle have only scored a total of goals in their last four trips to this site.
Everton was on tour the last day of the game and faced West Ham. In the highly contested match, each team scored one goal each to share the points.
Meanwhile, Newcastle was at home against the 2016-17 Chelsea champion. However, the Magpies won a victory with the only goal and the winner of the match in the 90 + 4 minutes.
As things stand, Everton is clearly the favorite this Tuesday. First of all, they are considered one of the best teams in England after the traditional top 6 and also have the advantage of playing at home.
On the other hand, Newcastle does not benefit from such recognition and must also face disability abroad.
In addition, since the arrival of Ancelotti at the helm, the Toffees have worked well, especially at home.
In addition, Everton was undefeated in eight of the last ten general matches, and they were unsuccessful in 15 of their previous 18 games before the public. The team has also won its last two appearances here and has kept the sheets clean for the past three games.
On the contrary, Newcastle has not won any victory in five of its previous seven games and is in a four-game streak along the way. Nor did they win in eight of their last ten away games, and in fact they had lost six.
Above all, the Toffees won the game back just a month ago, then they even had a disadvantage outside. Everton has also recorded ten of the last twelve victories h2h and has won four of the previous five on this site.
In addition, Ancelotti’s men have lost only once to the public since 2001. They have also kept the sheets clean in three of the last four games here, while scoring twice or more in 11 of the previous 15.
Given all these findings, it follows that Everton has a great opportunity to publish a convincing victory that day.