Sport Everton Podcast - School of Science Radio, Episode 102 | Everton’s international break recap, West Ham preview
Manchester United vs Everton final score: Toffees thwart Red Devils
The pressure will pile on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, as Manchester United dropped more points.[ MORE: How to watch Premier League in USA ]
resume action after the second international break of the season with a visit by and former manager David Moyes. The Blues went into the intermission after an impressive draw at with a depleted squad, and the fortnight has given Rafa Benitez some more time with his squad, as well as let players heal up.
In the latest episode of the School of Science podcast, Brian joined Geno to do a detailed recap of the Red Devils game. After that they talk about the international break and the Everton news from that time. They close out with a preview of the Hammers game on Sunday.
Everton at Manchester United Tactical Review: Rafa’s Counter Attacking Masterclass
Lack of possession would worry most managers. Not Rafa Benitez.Once again this season, Everton came away from the match having very little of the ball. Just 28.2% possession to be precise. Under a different manager and a different setup, most Blues would be extremely disappointed with only having this much of the football. The key difference with Rafa’s team is what we do when we do have the ball. Every attack, we look threatening. We push forward in numbers and at pace, something which we’ve lacked in recent years. Everton are bottom of the league for possession this season but only bettered by Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool for xG with 11.3.
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Wolves vs Everton: How to watch, start time, TV, prediction, live stream link, odds .
Monday's eyes will be on Everton's visit to Wolves at the Molineux, where a winner would be right in the thick of the Premier League's top four battle.Wolves are unbeaten in four matches and now sit 11th with 13 points. Bruno Lage’s men enter the day knowing that, at a minimum, the No. 2, 3, 7, 8, and 10 teams in the Premier League dropped points, and No. 9 is coming into their building.