Norwich vs Everton Intro
Norwich have a lot of work to do as we approach the Premier League run in. They sit in the bottom part of the table, and three points here could ensure they’re safe from being relegated. They’re up against Everton, who are doing better, but have also struggled to find consistent form. Kick off is at Carrow Road on Saturday January 15, 2022 at 3:00 PM. As we head towards matchweek 22, Dean Smith’s Norwich find themselves struggling, sitting in the 20th place. They face Rafael Benitez and their Everton who sit in the 15th position on 19 points. There’s a decent gap between Norwich and Everton in the Premier League table – the two teams are divided by 9 points and 5 places.
Norwich vs Everton Form
It’s been a tough stretch for Norwich who have now failed to earn a point in each of the last five matches following their most recent loss to West Ham. At the same time, Everton will look turn things around after their loss to Brighton last time out – and to add to their 4 points from the last 5 games. With a potential haul of 15 points from last five home Premier League games, Norwich have only managed 4. Everton have only managed to take 1 points from their five games on the road.
Norwich vs Everton H2H
This fixture has regularly been dominated by Everton. In fact, in 17 meetings, Norwich has only won on 3 occasions, with another 5 games ending up all square. Everton is playing away from home here but has won one more than Norwich in the last six meetings between the two.
Norwich vs Everton Analysis
Norwich lost their last game. Dean Smith’s men were facing West Ham. The game ended with a score of 0-2. Now Dean Smith’s men are fully focusing on facing Everton. Against West Ham, Norwich had a ball possession of 38%. If we look at shots on goal, Norwich had a total of 7 shots while they conceded 13 shots. Meanwhile, Everton lost its last game. In their last matchup, Rafael Benitez’s men were facing Brighton. That match ended with a 2-3 scoreline. In their match against Brighton, Everton had the following ball possession : 49%. In Everton previous game, they shot on target 17 times while Rafael Benitez’s men conceded 12 shots.
Norwich vs Everton Odds
As far as the betting odds go, the bookmakers’ favourite is Everton.