In this 6th week match, on Saturday Sep 25th, Everton will host Norwich City at Goodison Park in a clash of the Premier League. In their last match, Everton recorded a 3-1 win against Burnley. Ben Mee scored the first goal for Burnley in the 53rd minute, then Michael Keane tied it up for Everton in the 60th minute on a feed from Andros Townsend But luckily in the 65th minute, they were able to complete the comback with a goal by Andros Townsend. Everton is looking for direction having earned 16 points in their last 10 matches, while norwich City is fresh off their 0-1 loss against Arsenal. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck first for Arsenal in the 66th minute, and that single goal was all that was necessary as neither team could manage any more scoring In the end, Norwich City couldn’t muster any offence and Arsenal ran away with the shutout win. They’re hoping to improve on their recent performance, having earned only 6 points in their last 10 matches.

This match will be the first time these two teams face eachother this season.

Adam Idah and Emiliano Buendía are the top scorers for Norwich City in the last five matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal. It’s hard to imagine having success with those stats. Both Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Demarai Gray have been the hottest scorers for Everton in the last five each having scored 3 goals

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Ben Godfrey, Fabian Delph, James Rodríguez and Sylvain Distin are unavailable to play for Rafael Benítez Maudes’s team, while Christoph Zimmermann, Sam Byram and Dimitrios Giannoulis are unavailable to play for Daniel Farke’s team.