Brighton v Everton Bet builder

Everton is aiming to boost their chances of staying in the Premier League by replicating their unexpected victory over Brighton from last season.

Their stunning 5-1 win against the Seagulls in May was not only one of the surprise results of that season but also played a pivotal role in helping Sean Dyche’s team avoid relegation.

Currently, Brighton is enduring a challenging period, coming into this match on an eight-game winless streak. They also face uncertainty regarding an appeal against a ten-point deduction for violating Premier League financial regulations.

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The return of Abdoulaye Doucoure in Everton’s recent draw with Crystal Palace was a significant boost for the team and its supporters.

Doucoure plays a vital role in Sean Dyche’s tactical approach, and his comeback to full fitness could be a crucial factor in revitalizing Everton, which has been struggling recently. The team’s dip in form has coincided with Doucoure’s absence.

Before the game on Monday, Doucoure had participated in only one of Everton’s last seven league matches. During his absence, Everton managed to secure just two points out of a possible 21.

This downturn was stark compared to their earlier performance, where they had accumulated 16 points from the preceding 21 available when Doucoure was in the lineup.

Given Doucoure’s likely availability for the upcoming match against Brighton, betting on an Everton win appears to be a value proposition.

In their recent match against Crystal Palace, Brighton was somewhat lucky to salvage a draw in a critical game, despite being outplayed for the majority of the match.

Brighton is expected to perform better in the latter half of the season with key players returning from injuries and international commitments. Kaoru Mitoma, who was exceptional in last weekend’s victory over Sheffield United, is likely to pose a significant threat to the Everton defense.

While Everton will miss their top scorer Joao Pedro, Danny Welbeck’s record against Everton makes him a strong candidate to score.

Another appealing bet for this match is a half-time draw with Brighton emerging victorious.

Given Dyche’s likely strategy to keep the game close and Everton’s tendency to be level at half-time, this seems a plausible scenario.