Tips Of The Week 20.02.2021

source: nigeriapredictions
7

Liverpool Vs. Everton This Saturday, 20.02.2021 on EPL, Liverpool welcomes Everton at Anfield stadium kick-off 20:30 night. Liverpool came from winning UEFA league against RB Leipzig 2-0. Although Liverpool has not been in good form this season, they are at 6th place with 40 points meanwhile Everton at 7th place with 37 points in the league table. According to our statistics, this game was based on Liverpool for 55% than Everton 45%. In the last five head-to-head matches between these teams in the premier league and FA cup, Liverpool won 2 games and 3 games ended in a draw. The previous 5 matches are currently on EPL for both teams against other teams. Liverpool won 2 matches, lost 3 games, while Everton won 2, lost 2, and 1 game ended in a draw. We expect a good and competitive game, but our advice is Liverpool win or draw. To have more statistics preview about this match, Tips, Odds, and free predictions, you may visit

NB: Stories are shared by community members. The article does NOT represent the official view of NaijaWorld and the author is SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for this article
Comments

About Us
You can follow any community you find interesting, get your news, ask for advice, discuss sports, and voice your opinion. Upload photos, contribute stories, join discussions, and help other people find the best stories, videos, pics, games, and news by upvoting and downvoting posts. Share and discuss posts with other naijaworlders.
Related Stories
Port Harcourt City Martial Arts Fight Night
Sporting Events Involving Nigeria In 2021
Wike Offers Rivers United N20m To Beat Enyimba
Heartland FC Of Owerri Suffers Minor Set Back With A 2-0 Win From Enugu Rangers
Hector Bellerin Considering Arsenal Exit
Anthony Joshua Confirm His Mega-fight With Tyson Fury Will Happen In June
Eastern Nigeria Man Of The Year Spotted Playing Polo Games In Port Harcourt
Turkish Women’s Cup: Super Falcons Secure Slim 1-0 Win Against CSKA Moscow
AC Milan Set For Talks With Chelsea Over Tomori Deal
Tuchel ‘Explains Things Easier’ Now Than Former Boss