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Everton vs Nottingham Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 04/21/24

After suffering a 6-0 defeat at Chelsea on Monday, Everton will be looking to bounce back on Sunday when they host Nottingham Forest in a pivotal relegation six-pointer. Our betting analyst provides betting tips and the best soccer picks today.

 

Everton vs Nottingham Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 04/21/24
Everton vs Nottingham Prediction, Odds and Betting Tips 04/21/24

Everton vs Nottingham Match Information

  • Match: Everton vs Nottingham
  • Location: Goodison Park, Liverpool, England
  • Day/Time: Sunday, April 21, 8:30 a.m. ET
  • Everton vs Nottingham Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

Everton (+105) are the slight favorites ahead of visitors Nottingham Forest (+255). The match will take place on Sunday, April 21, at 8:30 a.m. ET and will be shown on USA Network.

Everton vs Nottingham Odds and Spreads


Everton vs Nottingham Betting Tips

  • In his 308th match as a top-flight manager, a Sean Dyche-managed side conceded six matches in a Premier League match on Monday.
  • Apart from a 2-2 draw to Tottenham on February 3 that saw Jarrad Branthwaite equalize in extra time for them, Everton have not scored two goals since December 16.
  • Nottingham Forest sit 17th in the table, one point above the drop and one point behind Everton, who have a game in hand.
  • Forest have taken one point from their last four matches on the road.
  • Everton have scored 32 goals in 32 matches – only Sheffield United (30) have scored fewer.
  • Each of Forest’s last five matches have seen both teams score.
  • Forest have not scored 2+ goals since February 24 when they lost 4-2 to Aston Villa.
  • Six of the last seven meetings between these two have featured under 2.5 goals.

 

Everton vs Nottingham Forest Over/Under Pick: Under 2½ (-105)

After suffering a humiliating defeat at Stamford Bridge, Sean Dyche will be looking to tighten things up at the back ahead of a do-or-die relegation six-pointer against Forest. Forest, meanwhile, have kept things fairly competitive in their recent away trips, and they will be looking to pick up their first Premier League clean sheet since Nov. 5. The last time these two sides played, Dwight McNeil’s 67th-minute goal saw Everton prevail 1-0, and there’s reason to believe that this one should be another low-scoring, cagey chess match. We’re taking the Under in our soccer picks and parlays.

 

 

Everton vs Nottingham Player Prop Pick: Chris Wood to Score (+275)

It wasn’t long ago that Chris Wood was leading the line for Dyche’s Burnley, but today, he’s producing the goods for Nuno Espirito Santo’s Forest. At 32 years of age, the New Zealand striker has stepped in for the injured Taiwo Awoniyi and solidified a starting spot in the center forward position, finding the back of the net in four straight matches before being kept under wraps in the weekend’s 2-2 draw to Wolves. We’re backing him to find the back of the net once again at Goodison Park.

Make sure you check the official starting lineup before placing your soccer player props.

 

 

Everton vs Nottingham Game Prop Pick: Everton to Score Under 1.5 goals (-120)

Everton have not scored more than one goal since Feb. 3, and we’re backing them to continue that streak in our Premier League picks. Whilst Wood has stepped up for the injured Awoniyi, Beto has failed to convince since joining from Udinese last summer and squandered a host of opportunities against Chelsea. If Dominic Calvert-Lewin is unavailable for the second straight match, Everton could have trouble finding the back of the net on multiple occasions. There’s ample reason to pick them to score under 1.5 goals in your soccer betting predictions.

 

 

Everton vs Nottingham Prediction

Nottingham Forest 1, Everton 0

 

 

Questions of the Day

Which player is likely to score or assist in the Premier League this week?


Morgan Gibbs-White has grabbed a goal contribution in four of his last five matches, and we’re backing him to continue that streak against Everton.

Which Premier League match is likely to be low-scoring this week?


Both Sean Dyche and Nuno Espirito Santo will be keeping their cards close to their chest in what should be a nervy relegation six-pointer. We’re taking the Under for Everton vs. Forest.

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