6% of their shots faced in the Premier League this season (30 goals conceded from 221 shots), a league-high ratio. Meanwhile, only Newcastle (5. 5%) have conceded a lower percentage of their shots faced than Everton this term (8. 1% – 24/296). Two of Southampton’s three Premier League victories this season have come away from home, beating Leicester in August and Bournemouth in October. However, Saints have lost more away games than any other side in the Premier League this term (7).
“Sometimes, we just need to be patient. We drove out Roberto Martinez, Marco Silva, Ronald Koeman. They’re all good managers. “I think a manager should be given time. He’s a hard-working, very good manager and we should support him. ” Everton are searching for their first win in nine matches Everton vs Southampton: Match facts Since the start of last season, Demarai Gray has scored more Premier League goals than any other current Everton player (8), despite enduring runs of 21 games (December 2021 to August 2022) and 13 games (August 2022 to December 2022) without a goal in that time. Southampton have lost all four of their Premier League games under Nathan Jones so far. Including caretakers, only four managers have ever lost their first five games in charge in the competition – Mick McCarthy (2003), Chris Hughton (1997-2010), Eric Black (2007-2016) and Scott Parker (2019). Excluding own goals, Southampton have conceded from 13.
Everton vs Southampton: talkSPORT coverage This Premier League match will take place on Saturday, January 14. Kick-off at Goodison Park is scheduled for 3pm. talkSPORT 2 will have live and EXCLUSIVE coverage of the game presented by Dan Windle. Commentary will then come from Ian Danter and former Arsenal winger Perry Groves. To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream. You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.
Lampard aiming to avoid unwanted home record not seen since 1958 against winless JonesRELEGATION BATTLE LIVE ON TALKSPORT 2 12th January 2023, 5:06 pm Updated: 12th January 2023, Everton already face a fight to secure their Premier League status when they host Southampton in a relegation six-point showdown this weekend. The Toffees are winless in their last eight matches in all competitions and currently sit inside the relegation zone on goal difference. Getty Moshiri wants fans to get behind Lampard Everton were booed off in their last home game following their 4-1 defeat to Brighton but Frank Lampard has been given the backing of the board. Southampton meanwhile are rooted to the bottom of the table, three points behind Everton, but secured a morale-boosting Carabao Cup win over Manchester City in midweek.
Lampard is already without defender Nathan Patterson following a medial knee ligament injury but Dominic Calvert-Lewin is expected to start after recovering from fatigue. The visitors meanwhile continue to be without Armel Bella-Kotchap due to a knee issue as the Saints navigate a host of other injuries. The defender has joined Alex McCarthy, Theo Walcott, Juan Larios, Valentino Livramento and Stuart Armstrong on the sidelines.
But new man Carlos Alcaraz could make his debut after joining from Racing Club earlier this week. Mislav Orsic will also push for his first start after coming off the bench against City. Southampton stunned Man City in the Carabao Cup Everton vs Southampton: What has been said? Everton owner Farhad Moshiri has urged fans to give manager Lampard time to get things right. Moshiri recently wrote an open letter to fans, throwing his weight behind Lampard and the board of directors despite pressure reaching fever-pitch after a 4-1 defeat at home to Brighton. Speaking exclusively to talkSPORT, Moshiri said: “It [the letter] is really genuine because I’m a fan like all the other fans.
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