|12 May 2017||Everton||1-0||Watford|
|10 Dec 2016||Watford||2-3||Everton|
|9 Apr 2016||Watford||1-1||Everton|
|8 Aug 2015||Everton||2-2||Watford|
|24 Feb 2007||Everton||3-0||Watford|
- 5 defeats in a row now for Everton.
- From now until New Year, every game is a must win game.
- Considering David Unsworth’s only games in this current tenure as caretaker manager have been away from home and Everton have always been dreadful away from home, a match at Goodison could change morale.
- Watford have 15 points – nearly twice as many as Everton.
- They have had the odd great result (Watford 2-1 Arsenal) and the odd not so great result (Watford 0-6 Manchester City).
- They have lost their last 2 league games.
- They have been known to leave it late – they have scored 4 goals in the 90th minute (plus added time) this season.
Opposition’s Most Recent Match – Watford 0-1 Stoke
- The most noteworthy statistic from this game this is Watford’s shots – 15 altogether, but not a single one was on target.
- By comparison, Stoke had 6 shots, 2 on target.
- Watford also dominated possession – they had 70% of the ball.
- They dominated the passing as well – a pass accuracy of 81%. Stoke had a poor 59%.
- 40% of match action was also in Watford’s attacking third.
- But alas, the most important statistic is the scoreline, and Watford somehow ended up without a point.
One To Watch
|Richarlison – 2017/18 Premier League|
|Shots On Target||6|
Richarlison has also lost possession 62 times – more than any other player in the Premier League.
- Everton have fallen behind in 14 of their last 15 games in all competitions.
- Everton have lost 8 of their last 10 games on a Sunday.
- Everton have won 10 of their 11 meetings with Watford at Goodison (1 draw).
- Everton and Watford have played each other on a Sunday only once before – a 2-1 win for Watford in March 1987 with Mark Falco scoring an 85th-minute winner.
- This is Everton and Watford’s first ever meeting in November.