Everton vs Chelsea Preview & Prediction | 2022-23 English Premier League
When is Everton vs Chelsea on and what time does it start? Everton vs Chelsea will take place on Saturday 6th August, 2022 – 17:30 (UK)
Where is Everton vs Chelsea taking place? Everton vs Chelsea will take place at Goodison Park in Liverpool, England
Where can I get tickets for Everton vs Chelsea? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information
What TV channel is Everton vs Chelsea on in the UK? Everton vs Chelsea will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Everton vs Chelsea in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Everton vs Chelsea live via Sky Go
- Everton stayed up by the skin of their teeth last season, the first time they were engaged in a serious relegation battle for many years and a repeat performance this season is unthinkable, so the pressure is firmly on Frank Lampard and his squad.
- A number of players will miss out here due to injury such as Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Andre Gomes and Andros Townsend, whilst Salomon Rondon is suspended.
- Chelsea have splashed the cash in the summer transfer window, the likes of Kalidou Koulibaly and Raheem Sterling have all joined the club with Marc Cucurella and others expected to follow as they bid to mount a title charge under Thomas Tuchel.
- Of the current Blues squad, only strikers Timo Werner and Armando Broja are currently doubtful, ironically both have been linked with moves away across the window and neither could be at the club come the end of August.
THE TEAM NEWS
PREDICTED XI (5-4-1): Pickford; Patterson, Tarkowski, Mina, Godfrey, Mykolenko; McNeil, Iwobi, Doucoure, Gordon; Gray
UNAVAILABLE: Calvert-Lewin (Injured), Davies (Injured), Gomes (Injured), Rondon (Suspended), Townsend (Injured)
QUESTIONABLE: Begovic (Injured)
PREDICTED XI (3-4-2-1): Mendy; Chalobah, Thiago Silva, Koulibaly; James, Kante, Kovacic, Chilwell; Mount, Sterling; Havertz
QUESTIONABLE: Broja (Injured), Werner (Injured)
You can’t help but worry for Everton this season when taking into account that Richarlison, the key attacking player in their survival last season has left for Spurs. At this point, it’s hard to see where the goals are going to come from, which doesn’t bode well against a strong Chelsea side. The Goodison Park crowd will act as somewhat of a leveller, but the reality is that Chelsea are a superior outfit all over the pitch. Therefore, the visitors are well worth backing for victory here, although a smart play would be to do so via the draw no bet market.
TIP: CHELSEA DRAW NO BET