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It’s obvious, Everton started the 2020/21 campaign with an entirely reconstructed midfield, following some savvy market manoeuvres and a sprinkling of class
And the Toffees new-look centre shone in their fine 1-0 win at Tottenham on the opening weekend of the new Premier League season.
On Saturday, the Toffees side, who were beaten just once in their last 12 top League tussles at Goodison Park
Have a chance to solidify their fast start when they welcome an ordinary looking West Brom team to Merseyside.
West Brom Carabao Cup win would have done little to repair the hit the Baggies’ confidence took in Albion’s top League opener at home to Leicester last Sunday.
Slaven Bilić’s charges were soundly beaten by the Foxes, who powered to a 3-0 victory in the West Midlands
Everton looked tactically robust and defensively sound in their 1-0 triumph at Tottenham last week
And the Toffees followed up that clean sheet with another in mid-week, albeit against lower-league Salford City in the Carabao Cup.
Nevertheless, successive wins to nil should make Everton a confident and dangerous prospect this week
And having lost just once in their last 12 Premier League fixtures at Goodison Park, the Toffees also have Merseyside momentum to draw from.
Following a strong defensive showing against Tottenham, Everton should find keeping a lower-level WBA team at arm’s length a little easier this weekend
And that in turn makes the Toffees win to nil market an attractive prospect, while our correct score prediction points towards a 2-0 Blues victory.
Everton won 3-0 against Salford on Wednesday, though the final score was padded by a late Michael Keane penalty.
Everton scored one or fewer goals in eight of their final 11 home matches in 2019/20 which indicates they have work to do to become a more prolific attacking force
Carlo Ancelotti’s Blues finished 2019/20 all the way down in 12th spot after a miserable three wins in their final 12 top-flight contests
However, the evidence they provided at Spurs suggests Everton are ready to push for a much higher position this time