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David Easson looks ahead to the Premier League action on 26th November 2023

David Easson looks ahead to the Premier League action on 26th November 2023

David Easson looks ahead to the Premier League action on 26th November 2023

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Looking ahead to your Sunday action in the Premier League in two absolute classic Premier League encounters to look ahead to.

Here we start off at the Tottenham Stadium to the most, the better performing side at the start of this season. It's Tottenham versus Aston Villa, Tottenham with that injury crisis, suspensions coming back, their injuries coming back. Aston Villa, they're brilliant at home they're not so great away from home, just one point between them going into this one,

Spurs haven't lost three in a row since February 2022. Villa have only won two of the last 10 away games in the Premier League. I've gotta go with Tottenham on this. I know they've been looking great. They were awful in the last half an hour against Wolves last time and started coasting and got caught out. Not just once but twice. Late on they will not be allowed to do that at home. Villa will keep them on their toes anyway and I think the Tottenham crowd will do as well. Tottenham have scored in the last 28 matches in a row, both teams to score has come in in seven out of the last nine Spurs matches. Aston Villa struggled on the road. As I say. I think they've got the fire power to get involved in this as well, but I think Spurs have more about them and they like the look of Dejan Kulusevski as a possibility for your goal scorer.

But I'll go with both teams to score and Spurs, which is a very nice 3/1

Later in the day at what will be a pulsating, bouncing and angry Goodison Park? Everton versus Manchester United. It's too dark to fly a plane. That's why they did it at Manchester City yesterday, but it's going to be a brilliant evening under the lights at Goodison Park for lots of different reasons.

United they come into this having won their last three away matches in the Premier League, they've not won four in a row away from home. Since they were on that 10 match winning streak that ended in December 2020.

Everton have lost two in the last 8. They're unbeaten in the last three, one defeat in five. But what effect will the angry Goodison crowd have on this one? I think Manchester United will not be up for this. I just think they'll look at it and think do we have to get involved? Really, I think Everton will be all over them.

One feature of Everton in the last few weeks has been that they like a fast start and they come close to scoring, particularly at Liverpool. Dominic Calvert Lewin in the first minute should have scored at the kop end and they've been right into teams early on putting teams under pressure and I like the possibility of an early goal in this. I'm gonna go with Dominic Calvert Lewin again in this one, I think he's the man for the occasion. Everton to win and Dominic Calvert Lewin to score anytime in that win cast is 4/1 as a double for the two games on the Sunday, Everton on the outright plus Spurs and both teams to score, is a just under 10/1 double. Good luck with those selections.



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