Kyle Edmund's revival continues after British No. 3 defeats Andreas Seppi to win the New York Open final and win the second ATP Tour title
- The revival of Kyle Edmund accelerated with the victory at the New York Open
- The British No. 3 captured his second ATP Tour title after beating Andreas Seppi
- Edmund had defeated his Italian opponent in straight sets to lift the trophy
- The 24-year-old could compete for current British No. 1 Dan Evans
Kyle Edmund & # 39; s revival of the past months further pace on Sunday when he won his second title on the main ATP Tour.
The indoor New York Open is not to be confused with the US Open, which takes place six months in a row in the same metropolis, but the trophy confirms that it is again following an upward trajectory.
The 24-year-old from Yorkshire defeated Andreas Seppi 7-5 6-1 from Italy in 81 minutes. At the lowest level of the full tour, it contributes to its victory at the European Open in Antwerp in October 2018.
After that notable year, Edmund suffered a prolonged slump in 2019 with his rankings slipping to the 1970s before picking up late in the season with a series of emphatic victories at the new Davis Cup final week in Madrid.
His improvement coincided with hiring the Argentinian coach Franco Davin, and he also collaborated with the British Colin Beecher.
After this week, Edmund will come back to around 44 in the world, with a few points to defend in the coming months, apart from a smaller Challen ger title he won last March in California.
In the continuous absence of Andy Murray, whose to The future is again covered in uncertain ty, at least there seems to be a competition for the British No. 1 spot. That is currently in the hands of Dan Evans, who is at the top of the top 30 after reaching the quarterfinals in Rotterdam.
Seppi is ranked 98 and the relatively modest field in New York meant that Edmund didn't have to beat a top fifty opponent to win the title.
After being held until 5-5, he broke to take the first set with a powerful backhand, which had to be part of a decisive series of five winning games.
& # 39; Hopefully this will be a turning point & # 39 ;: Liam Cooper trusts that Leeds & # 39; victory over Bristol City can increase their promotional costs
- Liam Cooper is hopeful Leeds & # 39; victory against Bristol City will give them a big boost
- Leeds put an end to a three-game winless run because they achieved a 1-0 victory
- Cooper praised goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, who was heavily criticized for the late
Maybe Leeds United aren do not fall apart.
This dominant victory will certainly bring confidence to Marcelo Bielsa after their recent horror run.
A total loss of confidence in goalkeeper Kiko Casilla under fire? Barely.
Fear of burnout? You are joking.
A return to the Premier League after an absence of 16 years and a place in the folklore of Elland Road? Bring it on.
At least that was the way Captain Liam Cooper spoke after Leeds abandoned a top six rival with a victory that was much more comfortable than the score suggests.
The 16th minute strike by Luke Ayling, a left-wing finish a short distance against his former club, was enough to clear them three points from third place Fulham with 13 games left.
Without their promotion rivals managed to register a victory, it was an almost perfect day for the side of Bielsa.
Asked about the meaning of that three-point cushion, Cooper said, "We don't care what other teams do, we just have to care for ourselves
"Too many people are packed in points and other teams but we always believe in ourselves.
& # 39; We have faith in the way we play and our philosophy, so we just have to keep bickering about the games and being afraid of them every week.
& # 39; The momentum is huge in every competition and you have to go and put together runs.
& # 39; Hopefully this will be a turning point for us and we can start running now. & # 39; Leeds had an 11 point lead over third place in December, but that was completely wiped out in Saturday's game.
Spanish goalkeeper Casilla made countless costly mistakes during that bleak run, but he was a drenched spectator for much of this game because Lee Johnson's side created virtually nothing.
The Elland Road crowd supported Casilla everywhere and Cooper added: & I am absolutely happy for Kiko.
& # 39; He has received a baton, but he is a confident boy. That clean sheet was for him today. He deserves it.
& # 39; He never changes the way he plays and he is a great boy. We absolutely buzz for him.
& # 39; We do our work and stay together through thick and thin.
& # 39; We are an honest couple and if one makes a mistake, another bail will be released. That's how it should be. & # 39;
Domestic midfielder Kalvin Phillips returned to the side after banning three games in last week's 1-1 draw in Brentford and his presence has again proved to be crucial.
He led the proceedings against the Robins as Leeds had a 69% possession and 21 shots, but only the Ayling strike to show for it.
Patrick Bamford had rejected a goal due to offside in the first half and Jack Harrison hit the bar late.
Cooper admitted: "I would really like to be zero at some point in the season!
" I suppose it's the Leeds way – we're keeping you on the edge your seat.
& # 39; But the intensity and the will to win in these past two games is incredible.
& # 39; We need to keep it going now and that is the message to the boys. & # 39; In recent weeks, Leeds has felt a city on the outskirts, while Bielsa's faltered.
There is a desperation to finally return to the top flight and the ride with the white knuckles will only increase in the coming weeks as the run-in approaches.
Cooper was asked about a possible repeat of last season's failed promotion and burnout due to the notoriously debilitating Bielsa regime.
Cooper said: & # 39; To say that we are tired and blowing is nonsense.
& # 39; If you get the chance to get out of this competition, fatigue is nothing.
& # 39; There is so much to play for and to go to the premier League could be a life-changing experience.
& # 39; This club has long been hungry for the highest football for whatever reason.
& # 39; But we have a real chance and we have to hold onto that. It is life-changing and can be incredible for the city and the club.
& # 39; We see the legends plastered over the walls in the club and if we approach it the right way, why can't we? stay with this club forever? We will fight to the end. & # 39;
George Ford insists that Ireland's 2018 Six Nations victory in Twickenham will fire England before crunch clash
- England has beaten Ireland in the last two games, but 2018 does George Ford still in pain
- Ford says that from 2018 England will dive into a few things before Ireland collision
- The fly-half says that Ireland will be difficult to break down and bring line speed
England will get the feeling to see Ireland win Six Nations Grand Slam in Twickenham two years ago and use it this week according to George Ford.
Despite the lashing of the Irish 32-20 and 57-15 in the most recent two tests between the sides, England were still stabbed by 2018.
Fly-half Ford said about the 24 -15 defeat that the Irish won the title in Twickenham under Joe Schmidt: & Yes, we remember.
We never like to lose competitions, especially here at home. We haven't talked about that yet. Maybe in Testweek we dive into a few things to get us emotionally well.
& # 39; Isn't it a balance? Do not want to look too far in the past, but if it is something that you can use to take yourself to a higher level, then you use it.
& # 39; We will see what the two or three critical things we need to do to ensure that we are ready for this game. & # 39; With Andy Farrell now, the head coach of Ireland Ford knows that England must undergo a rigorous investigation.
Ford has known Farrell, father of his best friend Owen, since he was a child and England worked great in the previous rugby competition.
& # 39; We understand the challenge that awaits us, & he said.
& # 39; They will be difficult to break down from an attacking point and will try to have line speed and something else to defend against us
& They are probably trying to develop their attack. They also have Mike Catt, who is clearly a very good coach.
& # 39; I experienced that with Catty who was here. He thinks about the game from a very offensive point of view. & # 39;
Arsenal 4-0 Newcastle: host country ends series of four consecutive Premier League draw as goals from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Nicolas Pepe, Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette secure first Premier League victory for Mikel Arteta & # 39; s side since new year's day
- Arsenal only took their second Premier League victory under Mikel Arteta with victory over Newcastle
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang headed the first of Arsenal home from a floating cross of Nicolas Pepe
- The Ivorian then became a scorer after Bukayo Saka nutmeg Valentino Lazaro before he cut it back for Pepe
- Allan Saint-Maximin saved late the post for the Magpies but could not prevent an 11th league-defeat
After a moderate first half of the men from Mikel Arteta where Newcastle gave a good picture of himself, Pierre -mermer Aubameyang went home the opener of the floating ball of Nicolas Pepe.
Pepe then went from provider to scorer by rounding up the low cross from Bukayo Saka after the Arsenal youth Valentino Lazaro had delicious nutmeg, before Mesut Özil added a third and Alexandre Lacazette a fourth in injury time.
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Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Leno; Bellerin, Mustafi, Luiz, Saka; Ceballos (Torreira 82), Xhaka; Pepe, Ozil, Aubameyang; Nketiah (Lacazette 85)
Subs not used: Papastathopoulos, Martinez, Willock, Kolasinac, Martinelli
Targets: Aubameyang 54, Pepe 57, Özil 90, Lacazette 90 + 5
Booked: Xhaka, Saka
Manager: Mikel Arteta
Newcastle 19 (5-4-1): Dubravka; Lazaro (Hayden 74), Fernandez (Ritchie 75), Lascelles, Clark (Schar 83), Rose; Almiron, Bentaleb, Sean Longstaff, Saint-Maximin; Joelinton
Subs not used: Lejeune, Darlow, Atsu, Matthew Longstaff
Manager: Steve Bruce
Referee: Lee Mason
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Even when Ibrox was battered by 55 mph winds and swirling rain, this counted as a degree of calm before Rangers after last week's storm.
Dropping further points was unthinkable. The collapse in Rugby Park, which caused so much damage to their title ambitions, simply had to be followed by a win. Everything less and the feeling that a season is completely blown off course would become overwhelming.
Steven Gerrard's side did what was needed. On a pitch due to a delay 24 hours earlier, they maintained a 10-point deficit on Celtic with a game in hand.
It was not particularly beautiful in the midst of the Gales. Nor completely convincing. However, Rangers deserved a win achieved by the goal of Scott Arfield in the 59th minute. They had the largest number of chances, often found Livingston keeper Ryan Schofield in great shape, but still had a lot of jitters when Lyndon Dykes hit the post with only eight minutes to play.
Had that entered, the atmosphere within Ibrox would have become more sombre than the sky above. As it was, the men of Gerrard can hold on to the stability that this result offers as they look ahead to the final 32 first leg of Thursday against Braga.
After dropping eight points in their six previous games in 2020, Rangers will prove that they can successfully make their way through many more games before their qualification challenges are restored. However, further misery has been prevented for now. News about Celtic who managed to reach a late winner in Pittodrie only served to further underline the non-negotiable nature of this assignment.
Rangers: McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Katic, Halliday; Arfield, Davis, Jack; Hagi (Stewart 83), Kent (Kamberi 56), Morelos (Aribo 89)
Unused subs: Foderingham, Flanagan, Kamara, Jones
Livingston: Schofield; Guthrie, Brown, Lamie; Lawless (Menga 59), Crawford (Sibbald 77), Jacobs, Lawson, Souda (McMillan 72); Pitman; Dikes
Unused subs: Maley, Taylor-Sinclair, Devlin, Robins
Arfield stepped up with his fourth goal in three games if desired. His power was gratefully received by Gerrard, given that Alfredo Morelos seems to have lost his mojo. Rangers will hope that a return to the Europa League – in which he is a top scorer – can restore their talismanic striker in top form.
Livingston was unhappy with such a quick rescheduling of the game, instead arguing for Monday night. Manager Gary Holt, however, would have few complaints about the performance of his party. They remain fifth.
Gerrard emphatically criticized his players in Kilmarnock and disputed their mentality, but opted for large-scale adjustments. Steven Davis was restored to midfield for Joe Aribo in the lonely adaptation to the starting line-up.
Holt took the opposite approach in the aftermath of their 2-1 midweek win over St. Mirren, making a total of six changes. One of them was enforced, the goalkeeper of the Rangers loaner Robby McCrorie cannot play against his parent club. The introduction of Schofield was anything but a handicap.
The refurbishment also led to an intriguing tactical form. Livingston started by deploying a three-man defense but without clearly defined wing-backs for support. Captain Keaghan Jacobs and Steve Lawson sat just in front of their center backs to strangle the available space for Ryan Kent and Ianis Hagi. Playing against Holt & # 39; s team is never a comfortable experience.
As such, they provided a difficult opening for Rangers. A few long throws from Lyndon Dykes had already tested the Ibrox back line before one of Ciaron Brown caught the wind to give Aymen Souda a run through the inner right channel.
The corner was against the French-born Tunisian, with his effort slid across the face of Allan McGregor's goal mouth.
Gerrard's side was slow to find much rhythm in difficult circumstances below and above the head. Not to mention the tight marking. A first glimpse of threat came in 16 minutes when Andy Halliday headed a deflected cross from Ryan Jack. Morelos threw himself into it, but Ryan Schofield – on loan from Huddersfield – managed to put a foot out and make a crucial stop.
Rangers needed something to disrupt the yellow shirt range for them. Scott Arfield found it by winning possession in midfield before he quickly let go on the left on the left. He drifted in on his right foot and was not far away with a beaten, curly blow. Niko Katic then went there after the visitors had not released a set piece.
The men of Gerrard had it better, but without ever sparkling. Too many quirky passes and floppy touches caused that.
Nevertheless, they would lead the way in the break, except for Schofield's excellence. With ten minutes left by half, the Livingston goalkeeper produced a save to stand next to practically everyone who could be seen at Ibrox this season.
Davis drove past Jacobs to work a one-two with Morelos and poke a passing ball for Halliday. The left back connected well, but watched in surprise as Schofield held out a hand that pushed the ball up and over the top via a bar clip.
What followed six minutes later was not that spectacular, but no less important. A rare, smooth break from Rangers saw Morelos sweep the ball for Hagi, who acted for the supporting Davis. Schofield, however, shot out of line to accommodate a thundering ride from the Northern Irish skipper.
Livingston dice with a resignation when Jon Guthrie lost Connor Goldson with a clearly reckless, studs-up challenge when the Rangers center cleared back. Referee Euan Anderson, however, only reached for a yellow card. With some justification, several Ibrox players made the point that the penalty should have been worse.
Jack was the victim of a Robbie Crawford challenge that could have made another booking just after the restart, but it did not deter the midfielder from offering a much needed ride to the home team. His forward appears and pass released Morelos. In accordance with the poor performance of the Colombian, he cut wildly wide out of his right boot.
Kent then had a low shot saved by Schofield in what was his last act. The removal of the £ 7 million man for Florian Kamberi was Gerrard's first replacement.
The Hibernian borrower came in when the match went through a crucial three-minute swing. Livingston almost took the lead when a long throw from Brown found its way to Souda. McGregor repelled his lift from close by.
From that shock, Rangers provided a 59-minute advantage. Hagi managed to get his head up and choose a nice pass that matched Arfield's equally opportunistic forward run. Unmarked at the edge of the area, he managed to fire a low shot under Schofield to cause a small clenched fist celebration of a relieved Gerrard.
The home team looked for another to remove any doubt. Jack was unable to hit the goal after a neat build-up of James Tavernier, Hagi and Morelos. Then the Ibrox top score was sidelined when he moved for Arfield to hit a slanted finish past Schofield and into the corner of his net.
Dykes bumped against the pole from 20 meters, Ibrox used to hold his breath. But while Kamberi also saw an attack that was offside, Rangers crossed the line.
Aston Villa (3-4-3) : Governs; Hause, Konsa, English; Targett, Luiz, Drinking water (Nakamba 60), Guilbert; Grealish, El-Ghazi (Trezeguet 70), Samatta (Baston 83)
Subs not used: Elmohamady, Hourihane, Nyland, Taylor
Posted: Guilbert (86), Nakamba (90 + 2)
Objectives: Alderweireld (own goal, 8), English (53)
Manager: Dean Smith
Tottenham Hotspur (4-2-3-1): Lloris; Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Davies; Winks, Animal (Lo Celso 60); Lucas, Alli (Fernandes 83), Mountain wine (Vertonghen 90 + 6); Son
Subs not used: Gazzaniga, Ndombele, Skipp, Tanganga
: Alderweireld (27), Son (45 + 2, 90 + 4)
Manager: Jose Mourinho
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Stadium: Villa Park
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& # 39; I don't think I'm going to do it again & # 39 ;: Orlando Magic star Aaron Gordon and NBA fans continue to be dumbfounded after not winning the Slam Dunk contest despite a 7ft jump 5in Tacko Fall
- Derrick Jones Jr of Miami Heat won the Slam Dunk competition on Saturday night
- It was a controversial decision after a powerful performance by Aaron Gordon
- The Orlando Magic star dived more than 7ft 5in Tacko Fall but only scored 47 points
- Gordon said he didn't wants to compete longer in the upcoming competition
Miami Heat ahead Jones Jr. celebrated his 23rd birthday by winning the All-Star Slam Dunk Contest, Gordon in a sensational confrontation that required two tiebreaker jams.
Jones and Gordon each received a perfect 50 on both dunks in the final. Then they got two more perfect scores on their first jam in the dunk-off.
Jones then just left the foul line and threw down a windmill jam with his left hand and pulled a 48 out of the panel of five judges.
After a brief conversation with the Hall of Famer Shaquille O & # 39; Neal, Gordon released 7-foot-5 Boston Celtics rookie Tacko Fall and placed him near the basket. He then took the ball from Fall's hands on his way to a thundering thunk. But Gordon got a 47 and gave the win to Jones.
The Orlando Magic broadcast its frustrations with the judges who scored after falling the rt match once again in the Dunk Contest. Gordon also lost a memorable dunk contest to Zach LaVine in 2016.
Speaking after the spectacle, Gordon said he did not want to compete again in the competition.
& # 39; I feel like I need two trophies, & he said to reporters. & # 39; I still feel that I am one of the best, if not the best dunker in the world.
& I feel that. I thought I did what I had to do to win. I don't think I'll do it again. & # 39;
How appropriate that the man who Neymar & # 39; Golden Boy & # 39; mentioned, opponents with old gold had to choose to start his season.
It was last September when & # 39; the world's most expensive soccer player grabbed a felt-tip pen and wrote those words on Richarlison's shirt after the Everton attacker made a dazzling first appearance for Brazil. Neymar recognized his talent and wanted to see him bloom. Only by Everton.
His first year at Merseyside was good, full of life and goals, but this campaign had been unfavorable. Up to now.
& # 39; No doubt possible & # 39 ;: Brazilian legend Cafu supports Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold to win Balloon d & # 39; Or (but six years ago he greeted Jon Flanagan!)
- Former AC Milan legend Cafu greeted Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold
- Cafu believes the Englishman could win the Balloon d & # 39; Or in the future
- In 2014 and 2015, the Brazilian also praised Jon Flanagan
- The full-back has since left Liverpool and since then struggling to get a game for Rangers
Liverpool Defender Trent Alexander -Arnold has the potential to become a future Balloon d & # 39; Or winner, according to two-time World Cup-winning full-back Cafu.
The Brazil and AC Milan legend believes that he sees some of his own characteristics in the 2-year-old, who won the Champions League last season and is on track to cancel the campaign for the Premier League.
Liverpool fans can, however, take the fame with a pinch of salt because Cafu also supported former Reds full-back and current Rangers defend Jon Flanagan back as a world beater in 2014.
On their current defender Cafu told the mirror: & # 39; I think Alexander-Arnold was a of the best in the world is world, no doubt about it.
& # 39; He has great potential. I see many similarities between him and me when I played. I would say he has a Brazilian instinct in the way he plays.
& # 39; My advice for him is simple: just keep doing what you have done in recent years. Alexander-Arnold must not change his way of playing. Even if he makes mistakes, he must continue to do what he does.
& # 39; I think he has everything to become a Balloon d & # 39; Or winner. We need to change this paradigm, with the Balloon d & # 39; Or only being won by attackers and strikers. "class =" blkBorder img-share "/>
On Flanagan, Cafu said in 2014: & # 39; I first started talking about hear him by watching Premier League matches and his performance together with other players, "said the 43-year-old.
& I then began to see some news that he was the Red Cafu! There is therefore nothing better than coming to town and taking a picture with my successor.
& # 39; He is a good player, still young and developing, but is already receiving recognition in Liverpool and he has maybe even a chance with the English national team. He will be a great English player in the future.
& # 39; has speed, strength and determination. He is an athlete who goes after him and never gives up. That is exactly what I used to do; no opportunities were missed for me, no fatigue and no depression. & # 39;
He said: It's Alexander-Arnold's natural instinct to attack – and it's also the way Liverpool plays.
& # 39; This is one of his characteristics and he should not lose it. The defensive side depends a lot on the way the team plays.
& # 39; Liverpool is a team that plays in the attack, so it is extremely important for their style.
& # 39; The role of full-back suits him better and I think that he must now become even better at doing what he already knows how to do.
& # 39; He has to play as one of the big full-backs, adapt to the position, become the best full-back in the world and then there might be some sort of adjustment in the field of midfield .
& # 39; But at least for the time being he must be the best full-back he can be. & # 39;
All attention is focused on the & # 39; Marco Silva derby & # 39; in Goodison Park on the second weekend of the new Premier League season.
And both parties will be desperate for their first three points of the 2019-2020 campaign.
Everton were detained in a combat draw at Crystal Palace that had been reduced to 10 men for part of the competition after the broadcast of Morgan Schneiderlin.
FA Cup Finalists Watford continued to worry about the downturn in their league form with a shock of 3-0 home defeat for Brighton for their own fans.
Is it too much to ask for a number of goals because both parties want to break through their drought after disappointing opening games?
EVERTON: Goal-shy Toffees already cause for concern
Everton & # 39; s summer ended in a wave of optimism when the deals became completed for Jean-Philippe Gbamin, Moise Kean and Alex Iwobi.
The last two will be desperate for the chance to impress if Silva is considering handing out home debut.
And the boy of the Toffees needs an injection with attacking prowess in the last third of the field.
It was far from a disastrous preseason for Silva & # 39; s side, but a return of three goals from seven games is clearly cause for concern – especially when followed by a scoreless draw in the opening weekend.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin offers a lot of energy in advance, but lacks quality. Richarlison has all the tools, but has yet to reach that next level and had a preseason disrupted by the Copa America.
If Everton is to come close to the top six, the problem of the target-shy attackers must be solved.
Richarlison top score with 14. last season, but in reality Everton still has to find a replacement for Romelu Lukaku, sold to Manchester United two years ago.
The visit of Watford, who shipped three home to Brighton, certainly represents an opportunity for Silva to lay a marker for how his side can attack and land on the forefoot.
K ean only managed seven for Juventus last season – and has already focused on it this year – while Iwobi scored only four in four years in Arsenal.
At this stage of the season, it is definitely up to Richarlison to heal those final third releases.
WATFORD: Defensive vulnerabilities leave Gracia exposed
After a strong showing in 2018-19 and a run to the FA Cup final, there was a sure buzz around Watford's outlook this season.
Only a 3-0 backwards in the hands of Brighton on Vicarage Road during the opening weekend came as a surprise.
But should it have been done?
For all progress under Javi Gracia and the wonders of a cup run, their form of competition ended worryingly.
The Hornets won only three of their last 10 games and lost their last three to fall into the bottom half of the table.
They shipped three in Chelsea, four at home in West Ham and then six to Manchester City, Wembley.
The new centerback combination of Craig Cathcart and Craig Dawson takes time to learn, but managers at Watford rarely get that luxury.
Gracia is the club manager's first club to survive an entire season since Gianfranco Zola in 2012-13.
He has been their long-serving manager in a decade, but owners of the Pozzo family offer no guarantees of safety.
With West Ham and Newcastle to follow later this month, it is now time for Gracia to take away the fear that he is the same way as his predecessors.
Everton & # 39; sp] convicted from XI: Pickford; Coleman, Mina, Keane, Digne; Andre Gomes, Gbamin; Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Bernard; Calvert Lewin.
Watford & # 39; s predicted start XI: Foster; Kiko Femenia, Dawson, Cathcart, Holebas; Doucoure, Capoue; Hughes, Pereyra; Deeney, Gray.
What do the bookmakers say?
Everton will try to pick up his first win of the season in Goodison Park and can be supported on 4/6. Visitors to Watford can bounce back from their 3-0 home defeat by Brighton and stand 4/1 for the win. The draw is also available on 3/1.
Moise Kean is the bookmakers' favorite to score the opening goal of the game and to open his account as a Toffee player on 4/1. A 2-0 home win is priced at a tempting 7/1.
All odds via gambling aggregator BeMyBet.com
What was said?
Everton striker Richarlison : & # 39; For us we play with extra pleasure because we know we have the fans on our side. When we played at home last season, we beat the big clubs and I think we can continue our form this season. We have this extra support at home. You hear that siren and your hair standing. & # 39;
Watford manager Javi Gracia : The team works well, is focused on the game and at the moment they are all hurt and all in this moment think about this game. We had a bad result. It was difficult for us, a difficult game, but we try to learn in all games. & # 39;
Everton won six of their first nine Premier League games against Watford (W6 D2 L1) but are not winning in their last three against the Hornets (W0 D1 L2).
Watford is non-profit in all 13 away games against Everton in all competitions (W0 D2 L11), leading three of their last four games at Goodison Park, but failed to win one.
Everton held five consecutive Premier League home games at the end of the 2018-19 season in the league once before, with seven in a row between March and September 2013.
Watford has lost their last four Premier League games – they haven't lost five in a row since they played their last six games of the 2016-17 Season under Walter Mazzarri.
Everton wants to win five consecutive times and Premier League home games for the first time since a run of eight under Ronald Koeman in April 2017.
In the top flight, Watford collected five points from a possible 72 in 24 away games against the two Merseyside clubs (Everton and Liverpool), win one, draw two and lose 21 of those games.
Against Crystal Palace, Morgan Schneiderlin of Everton became the 12th other player to be sent away under Marco Silva in the Premier League – five more than have been sent away under another manager since Silva & # 39; s first game in the competition in January 14th, 2017.