Everton vs Southampton Prediction 5 May 2018
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Everton vs Southampton Prediction 5 May 2018

Tournament: English Premier League
Location: Goodison Park
Match date: 05.05.2018 at 17:30

On May 5 2018 at 17:30 at the Goodison Park Stadium in Liverpool in the forthcoming game of the English national elite division Premier League 37th game week the local Everton are playing against their guests Southampton.

The Saints are now on the 18th place in the standings of the national elite division and they achieved that position due to the three points gained in a difficult match against Bournemouth. They are now just one point below the safe 17th position. In case Swansea lose in the next game Southampton will make it to the 17th place even if they draw Everton. Yet, we don’t think that it will be easy for them and we will try to explain why.

Southampton are probably one of the most disappointing teams of the current season. They were supposed to be in the race for the places in the Euro Cups zone while now they are just in the race for the places in the national elite division. In their 35 matches played they only won six times and only won twice in their 17 away games.

As for Everton, they, in their turn, are in much better conditions now compared to what they used to look like a few months ago. In the latest seven games they only lost once and they did it playing against the champions of England Manchester City. In the rest of the matches they won four times and drew twice. At the moment they are on the 8th position in the standings. They could even be higher in case they were a bit better in their away games. As for their home matches, they are rather good in them as they played 18 games, won ten times and drew three times. All of the five losses were in the matches against the teams from top seven.

The first round game between the teams finished with the huge victory by the team from Liverpool with the devastating 4:1 score. At the moment the teams are in other situations and it still seems to us that the hosts are very likely to avoid a loss this time.