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    Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion *** Official Match Thread ***

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    Everton v Brighton


    Venue: Goodison Park
    Date: Saturday 3rd November 2018
    Kick-off: 15:00 GMT
    Referee: David Coote
    Assistants: Peter Kirkup, Michael McDonough
    Fourth official: Martin Atkinson


    Everton boss Marco Silva will be without defenders Phil Jagielka and Jonjoe Kenny because of minor injuries.

    Midfielder James McCarthy is stepping up his return from a broken leg and played for the club's under-23 side this week.

    Brighton remain without the key duo of Pascal Gross and Davy Propper because of ankle injuries.

    Gross has not played for two months while Propper has been absent since the win over West Ham on 5 October.


    Guy Mowbray: A clash of clubs who've picked themselves up nicely in recent weeks and who should kick off in confident mood.

    Everton will expect to win at home to shrug off their setback at Manchester United last time out, when better finishing might have brought a different result.

    It also might have seen Marco Silva pip Chris Hughton for October's Manager of the Month award, but that will surely be given to the Brighton boss after a perfect month of three 1-0 wins.

    Before their current winning run I had the Seagulls down as facing a battle to stay up, but they look a far too solid and settled side for that now.


    Everton manager Marco Silva on defender Yerry Mina's involvement: "It's something you already know, some months ago, that Zouma won't be able to play next week [v parent club Chelsea].

    "But our way to think is preparing the other players to play. Mina is ready to play if I make the decision. It is the Brighton match, nothing more.

    We do not think about Chelsea. Our ambition and focus is on tomorrow's match.

    Chris Hughton: "To get three wins on the spin is unusual. We appreciate it and the 1-0 [scorelines] show that we have a resilience in the team.

    "We've particularly been under pressure in our last couple of games, but we've shown great spirit to make sure we don't concede."


    • Everton have never lost at home to Brighton in six matches in all competitions, winning four and drawing two.
    • Brighton have beaten the Toffees just once since 1924, a 3-1 home triumph in the top flight in 1982.
    • That was one of only two Brighton victories in 13 meetings overall (D5, L6).

    • They could win three home games without conceding for the first time since March 2017.
    • Gylfi Sigurdsson's five goals in six Premier League games is more than he managed in his previous 31 outings for Everton.
    • Idrissa Gueye has attempted more tackles (49) than any other Premier League player this season, but has also lost more than anyone else.
    • After scoring three goals in five Premier League games on the wing, Richarlison has scored just once at centre-forward in three appearances since.
    • Everton have scored a joint league-high three goals from free-kicks in the Premier League, along with Cardiff.

    • Brighton have won three consecutive top-flight matches for the first time since a run of four in May 1981, all by a 1-0 scoreline.
    • The Seagulls have lost 15 of their 24 Premier League away fixtures (W3, D6, L15).
    • Glenn Murray's 100th Brighton goal against Wolves last time out was his sixth in eight Premier League starts.
    ● A 21-year-old man from Shoreham was arrested at the Amex stadium on suspicion of throwing a pie at Wilfried Zaha ●

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