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13 September 2021, 07:12 | 28 August 2021, 13:29
Match Preview Everton vs Burnley Premier League Sep 13, 2021

The English Premier League fixture, Everton F.C. vs. Burnley F.C. kicks off at 20:00 (GMT+1) on Monday, September 13 at Goodison Park.

Preview Everton Premier League, Sep 13, 2021

Preview Everton remain unbeaten in three league games after the 2-0 win over Brighton on Matchday 3 at the Falmer Stadium. Taking a look at images from Matchday 3, Brighton had the first promising chance of the game at the quarter-hour mark but a wasteful Mac Allister fired well above the crossbar. The Toffees had let two huge chances go by before a marauding run by Demarai Gray (41') eventually broke the deadlock. A few more chances went by at both ends before a clumsy challenge, in the box, from Joël Veltman resulted in a penalty for Everton. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (58' P.) converted from the spot for his third goal of the season in as many games. Rafael Benitez will be in the hunt for three points on Monday to keep the momentum going. Everton are in 8th place with 7 points after 2W, 1D, & 0L (WDW). They also have a goal difference of +4, having conceded 3 goals and scored 7. An attacking 4—2—3—1 formation with Dominic Calvert-Lewin at the top of the design is expected on Monday. After completing the deadline-day signing of Salomon Rondon, the 31-year-old Venezuelan could be handed his debut for this fixture against Burnley. Seamus Coleman will be available against Burnley despite picking up a hamstring injury while on international duty. Ben Godfrey and Yerry Mina returned to the squad, - training alongside Tom Davies during the week. The trio will be available for selection on Matchday 4 against Burnley.

Preview Burnley Premier League, Sep 13, 2021

Preview Burnley picked up their very first point of the season on Matchday 3 in a disappointing 1-1 draw against Leeds United at Turf Moor after failing to hold on to the lead. Chris Wood (61’) had put Burnley in the lead after the Peacocks had difficulty clearing their lines. Late in the second-half, Patrick Bamford (84') struck with the equalizer. - Executed in the same fashion after Burnley’s failure to clear the ball to safety. Burnley return behind a form that reads: LLD and will continue in search for the elusive victory when they line up against Everton on Monday. The Clarets are in 15th place, having only a point after 0W, 1D, & 2L. A 4—4—2 formation with Chris Wood and Barnes in attack is expected on Monday. Burnley’s center-backs would be advised to keep an eye on Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who has a goal apiece in each and every appearance made this season. The Englishman has also contributed to 42% of all episodes that led to a goal for Everton since the start of the season. Connor Roberts has been ruled out of Monday’s game, having picked up a groin strain, while Kevin Long and Dale Stephens remain in doubt.

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