Saturday, 28 December 2013

Everton V Southampton live Stream Premier League – Preview 29 Dec 2013

Match Preview: On Sunday 29th December 2013, There Is One of the important match Everton V Southampton of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming, Everton V Southampton streaming is available here Everton V Southampton Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Goodison Park  12/29/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Everton V Southampton Live Stream Everton V Southampton,Everton V Southampton online free, Everton V Southampton Live High Quality Streaming video, Everton V Southampton at Goodison Park  Sunday 29th December 2013, kick-off 13:30 (GMT). Goalkeeper Joel Robles will make his first Premier League start for Everton in place of the suspended Tim Howard. Gareth Barry also serves a ban after being booked for the fifth time this season on Boxing Day, but Leighton Baines may return from a broken toe. Southampton defender Dejan Lovren could feature, having missed the Boxing Day win at Cardiff because of illness.
Nathaniel Clyne and Dani Osvaldo are in contention to return from injury but Artur Boruc and Victor Wanyama are out.
There are occasions on which a manager takes more positives from a defeat than a victory - Everton's surprising reverse at the hands of Sunderland was one such example. Despite being down to 10 men for two thirds of the fixture, Roberto Martinez looked on with pride as his short-handed side dominated proceedings, putting in the kind of display that reaffirmed to him that his squad are oozing with character and self-belief.
That they were unable to find an equaliser was down to some resolute and defiant defending by a team desperate for survival and an inspired goalkeeping display by Vito Mannone.
It would therefore seem likely that Everton will go into their match with Southampton unscathed by their pools coupon-busting defeat - only their second loss of a terrific season.
The only question may be regarding how much energy they were forced to use up by exerting relentless pressure on Sunderland - the wisdom in re-arranging the Saints game to Sunday may prove to be a masterstroke, giving Everton an extra 24 hours to rest weary limbs.
The visitors will arrive off the back of one of their most comprehensive performances of the season so far, as amidst the highly-charged atmosphere of the Cardiff City Stadium they were able to cruise ruthlessly to their biggest away win of the campaign.
It was a timely result too as, despite continuing to impress all those who watch them, it actually ended a poor run of six winless games and eight without a clean sheet.
They'll also have fond memories of their most recent visit to Merseyside, when they inflicted Liverpool's first defeat of the season back in September.
That, though, is their only victory against a side in the top half of the table and, having secured only one win in 14 Premier League visits to Goodison Park, an away victory seems improbable.
Hang on a moment, didn't I say that about the Sunderland game…?

Everton are unbeaten in their last seven Premier League meetings with Southampton (W3, D4).
The Saints have only won one of 14 Premier League trips to Goodison Park (W1, D3, L10), a 2-0 victory in November 1997.

Everton suffered their first home defeat for a year against Sunderland on Boxing Day.
They have not suffered successive league defeats since February, and last lost back-to-back home matches in October 2011.
Twelve of Everton's last 14 Premier League goals have come in the second half.
Roberto Martinez's side have earned 34 points so far this season, two less than his Wigan team picked up throughout the whole of 2012-13.
The Toffees have the best defensive record in the division, conceding 17 goals and keeping eight clean sheets.
Romelu Lukaku has gone five matches without a goal, his longest barren run in the last two seasons.

Their 3-0 victory at Cardiff on Boxing Day ended a run of six matches without a win and eight games without a clean sheet.
Mauricio Pochettino's side have only once beaten top-half opposition this season, winning 1-0 against Liverpool at Anfield in September.
Jay Rodriguez has scored seven goals in his last 10 Premier League games, with five of the last six coming away from home.
Rickie Lambert has scored or assisted nine goals in his last 10 league matches (four goals and five assists). 

Competition: Premier League
Everton V Southampton 
Date: Sunday 29th December 2013
Kickoff: 13:30 GMT
Venue: Goodison Park  
Live/Repeat: Live

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