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Manchester City vs Everton Premier League Live Football Score 17 Feb 2021

Manchester City vs Everton Premier League Live Football Score 17 Feb 2021

 

MATCH INFO

Start date: 17 Feb 2021 12:15
Location: Liverpool Venue: Goodison Park
Referee: Andre Marriner, England
Avg. cards: 0.17 3.38

 

MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head

  • Everton have lost five successive matches against Manchester City, their longest sequence of defeats in 121 years of this top-flight fixture.
  • City have won on their past three Premier League visits to Goodison Park by an aggregate score of 8-2.
  • Everton’s most recent win, at home in January 2017, is one of only two victories in the last 16 meetings in all competitions.

Everton

  • Everton could lose three Premier League home games in a row for the first time since March 2016.
  • They have kept only one clean sheet in their past 15 league matches at Goodison Park.
  • Only four of the Toffees’ 11 league victories have come at home.
  • Everton recorded seven shots during the defeat against Fulham, their joint fewest in a Premier League home match under manager Carlo Ancelotti.
  • Ancelotti has lost four of his five career games versus Manchester City, his worst ratio against any of the 137 teams he has faced more than once.
  • Everton’s most recent win against a top-of-the-table team came at the expense of Manchester City in January 2012. They have won just three of their 41 matches against clubs leading the Premier League (D9, L29).

Manchester City

  • Manchester City could become the first team in top-flight history to win their opening 10 matches of a calendar year.
  • They have extended their record winning run by a top-flight side to 16 in all competitions, including 11 in the league.
  • City are unbeaten in 23 competitive games since a 2-0 defeat by Spurs in November.
  • They have conceded just six goals in those 23 fixtures.
  • Gabriel Jesus could become the first player at any club to score in six successive Premier League matches against Everton. He has seven goals in his past five top-flight fixtures versus the Toffees.

Team news

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be absent again against Manchester City.

Jean-Philippe Gbamin is also unavailable but Jordan Pickford and Allan are fit and in contention.


 

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