Everton finally won the week, thanks to Hattrick Rooney on his own stand, West Ham 4: 0 and only scored the fourth league win in the season. Huddersfield is now experiencing a smaller downturn in losing three of the last league matches, the last one in Arsenal high in the 5: 0 ratio.
Another good news for Toffees is that they finally named a new manager in the week – the old known Sam Allardyce, who was taken over by the temporary coach David Unsworth, took the Liverpool bench. The task of the new coach will stabilize the situation in the team and pull Everton to the upper levels of the table, that is, to the places where, according to the assumptions, this team belongs to the summer purchases.
Huddersfield still keeps well above expectations – occupies the fourteenth position and has a good five point lead in the descent position. In the last three duels, however, they did not even sing, which, on the other hand, can be understood when looking at an opponent. First, they lost 4: 0 to Bournemouth, but they were not very lucky in this match and added to the main referee’s mistakes. There were duels with two clear favorites – Manchester City and Arsenal. And while the first-named team managed to torture David Wagner’s trustees and lose only thanks to Raheem Sterling’s goal from the end of the match, Arsenal was not enough and the Emirates took a five-part prize.
Statistics are clearly speaking to Everton – he has not been playing on his own stand with Huddersfield since 1937. Since then, he has won eleven times out of thirteen measurements, and has doubled the match to split points.
Sam Allardyce can already use Oman Niasse, who returns after serving a two-time disciplinary punishment. Michael Keane is also available, but Yannick Bolasie, Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka will not be in the match. Huddersfield continues to miss three of the footballers in the form of Michael Hefele, Jon Stankovich and Philip Billing.