Chelsea Vs Everton Prediction: The Right Moment

Chelsea will face Everton in the fourth round of the English League Cup at Stamford Bridge Stadium, London, Wednesday (25/10/2017) local time. The game became the right momentum for Chelsea to get rid of Everton.

The reason, the new Everton sacked manager Ronald Koeman after failing to appear consistently achieve positive results during this rolling season. Losing managers certainly little affect the condition of the team.

Koeman’s successor is none other than David Unsworth. The former player who has since 2013 handled the Everton junior team is now tasked as Koeman’s successor.

“I am proud of this job, I take on this task, it does not matter how long I will be manager I try to give my best,” said Unsworth.

“Being an Everton manager is a very easy decision, you will be proud if you are an Evertonian,” continued Unsworth.

Unsworth is required to bring Everton to win the inaugural victory in the last five games at various events. However, the difficult task directly faced Unsworth because the Toffees come to the headquarters of Chelsea.

Chelsea are in good shape after a 4-2 win over Watford at the weekend. The victory broke the negative notes of the Blues who had never won in the last three games.

“Everton are in a difficult situation but I do not think they will play badly, they are just unlucky with a series of results this season,” said Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.

Courtois is aware Chelsea can not underestimate Everton. Although, the Blues have a slick record that always wins without conceded in the last three cons contra Everton.

Estimate of the order of players

Chelsea: Willy Caballero; Cesar Azpilicueta, Andreas Christensen, Antonio Rudiger; Davide Zappacosta, Cesc Fabregas, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Kenedy; Charly Musonda, Michy Batshuayi, Willian

Manager: Antonio Conte

Everton: Maarten Stekelenburg; Cuco Martina, Michael Keane, Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines; Morgan Schneiderlin, Muhamed Besic; Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Ademola Lookman; Wayne Rooney

Manager: David Unsworth

Head to head

27/8/2017 – Chelsea 2-0 Everton (Premier League)

30/4/2017 – Everton 0-3 Chelsea (Premier League)

5/11/2016 – Chelsea 5-0 Everton (Premier League)

12/3/2016 – Everton 2-0 Chelsea (FA Cup)

16/1/2016 – Chelsea 3-3 Everton (Premier League)

Chelsea’s last five games

21/10/2017 – Chelsea 4-2 Watford (Premier League)

18/10/2017 – Chelsea 3-3 AS Roma (Champions League)

14/10/2017 – Crystal Palace 2-1 Chelsea (Premier League)

30/9/2017 – Chelsea 0-1 Manchester City (Premier League)

27/9/2017 – Atletico Madrid 1-2 Chelsea (Champions League)

Everton’s last five games

22/10/2017 – Everton 2-5 Arsenal (Premier League)

19/10/2017 – Everton 1-2 Olympique Lyon (Europa League)

15/10/2017 – Brighton and Hove Albion 1-1 Everton (Premier League)

1/10/2017 – Everton 0-1 Burnley (Premier League)

28/9/2017 – Everton 2-2 Apollon Limassol (Europa League)


Chelsea 55-45 Everton

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