Recent Meetings (All Competitions)
|25 Aug 2010||Everton||5-0||Huddersfield|
|23 Sep 1998||Everton||2-1||Huddersfield|
|15 Sep 1998||Huddersfield||1-1||Everton|
|1 Apr 1972||Huddersfield||0-0||Everton|
|27 Dec 1971||Everton||2-2||Huddersfield|
- A perfect end to David Unsworth’s second caretaker spell at Everton, and now, a new beginning with Sam Allardyce.
- Fingers crossed the 4-0 win over West Ham will spur the team on.
- This will be Everton and Huddersfield’s first league meeting in 45 years.
- Huddersfield had a very encouraging start, winning both of their 2 opening league games.
- The club’s highlight of the season was beating Manchester United 2-1.
- However, the early promise quickly dissolved as that 2-1 win was one of only 2 games they had picked up any points in their last 8 league games (2 wins, 6 defeats).
- They also haven’t won away from home since the opening day of the season and have lost 5 of their 6 league games away from home since.
- Huddersfield have attempted more tackles (409) than any other team in the Premier League this season, winning 68% of them.
Opposition’s Most Recent Match – Arsenal 5-0 Huddersfield
- 3 goals in 4 minutes crushed Huddersfield’s spirits, however Arsenal did deserve to win that game:
- Shots: Arsenal 21-7 Huddersfield
- Shots on target: Arsenal 7-2 Huddersfield
- Pass accuracy: Arsenal 88%-76% Huddersfield
- Possession: Arsenal 70%-30% Huddersfield
- It was the last half an hour that did it for Huddersfield:
- Shots: Arsenal 10-1 Huddersfield
- Shots on target: Arsenal 5-0 Huddersfield
- Pass accuracy: Arsenal 89%-74% Huddersfield
- Possession: Arsenal 74%-26% Huddersfield
One To Watch
|Christopher Schindler – 2017/18 Premier League|
- Since World War II, Cliff Britton, Ian Buchan, Billy Bingham and Howard Kendall (in his third spell) are the only Everton managers to have lost their first Everton game.
- Everton have scored 7 goals in their last 2 home league games – 2 more than they scored under Ronald Koeman this season.
- Everton have won the joint-most amount of points at home amongst teams outside the top 5 this season (12 – with Tottenham).