Bournemouth want to win again against Everton

Bournemouth want to win again against Everton

In the preview of Everton vs Bournemouth, everything you need to know about the event that is scheduled for this Sunday, May 28 from 12:30 p.m. (Argentine time) at Goodison Park stadium.

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Next Sunday, May 28, starting at 12:30 p.m. (Argentine time), Bournemouth visits Everton at the Goodison Park stadium, for the duel corresponding to date 38 of the England – Premier League 2022-2023 tournament.

Both teams will seek not to repeat what they did in their last match of the tournament. The visit was left empty-handed after the defeat suffered last day. For its part, the local team managed to salvage a point in the tie achieved the previous date.

Everton comes from drawing against Wolverhampton 1-1. In the last matches of this season, he had 1 win, 1 draw and 2 losses, with 11 goals scored and 9 in the rival goal.

Bournemouth comes to this match after losing 0-1 against Manchester United. In the last clashes, they had 2 victories and have lost 2 times. With 6 goals in favor, he has conceded 7 against.

The results of their last five games played were mixed. The local team won 1 time, while the visit had 3 wins. They finished tied 1 time. The last time they played against each other in this tournament was on November 12, in the England – Premier League 2022-2023 tournament, and Bournemouth was victorious 3-0.

The host is in seventeenth place with 33 points (7 PG – 12 PE – 18 PP), while the visit accumulates 39 units and is located in fifteenth place in the championship (11 PG – 6 PE – 20 PP).

Everton and Bournemouth hours, depending on the country

  • Argentina: 12:30 p.m.
  • Colombia and Peru: 10:30 a.m.
  • El Salvador, Mexico (Mexico) and Nicaragua: 9:30 a.m.
  • Venezuela and Chile (Santiago): 11:30 a.m.

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