Chelsea vs Everton Highlights Video

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Chelsea vs Everton Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview

Video Full Match : Chelsea vs Everton result (5 – 0)
Competition : Premier League
Date : Sun, 6 Nov, 12:30 am
Stadium : Stamford Bridge
Referee : Robert Madley
Attendance : 41429

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Preview – Match between Chelsea vs Everton

Ready for the Premier League? If you’re a fan of Chelsea or Everton you should mark your calendars for Sun, Nov 6 / 12:30 AM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 11, match between Chelsea vs Everton in the Premier League. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game.

The coaches Antonio Conte and Ronald Koeman will do their best to motivate their players and win the game. Momentarily Chelsea is at position 4 and Everton at position 6. The place for the showdown is Stamford Bridge. In London, England the opponents will be facing each other.

Preview – Match facts

Chelsea are unbeaten in their last 21 home Premier League games against Everton since a 0-1 loss in November 1994 (W11 D10). Only against Tottenham (24) are they on a longer unbeaten Premier League run at Stamford Bridge.

Indeed, Everton’s run of 21 games without a win is their longest away at another club in the Premier League. Only against Leeds (36) have they had a longer away run without a win in league history.

John Terry rescued a point for Chelsea in this exact fixture last season, scoring after 97:53 minutes to make it 3-3 – the latest goal recorded in the Premier League in 2015-16.

Everton have scored exactly three goals in three of their last four Premier League meetings with Chelsea, failing to score in the other (W1 D1 L2).

Chelsea have exactly double the number of points (22) that they had after 10 Premier League games last season (11).

Everton have lost six of their last 11 Premier League away games (W2 D3) after losing just one of their previous 14 on the road in the competition (W6 D7).

Chelsea have kept four consecutive Premier League clean sheets for the first time since August 2010 (a run of six).

Who will be victorious in the end: Chelsea or Everton?

Yannick Bolasie has assisted four goals for Romelu Lukaku this season, which is more than any other player for a single team-mate in the Premier League this season.

Only Spurs (5) have conceded fewer Premier League goals this season than Everton (8) and only once in the competition have the Toffees shipped fewer goals after 10 games (six in 1998/99).

Diego Costa has scored three goals and assisted one more in his three Premier League games against Everton. He was also sent off in the FA Cup game against the Toffees last season, however.

Diego Costa has now scored 40 goals in the Premier League and was the 6th quickest player to reach this tally in the competition (64 apps).

Eden Hazard has scored more Premier League goals this season (five in 10 apps) than he managed in the whole of 2015-16 (four in 31 apps).

Belgian forward Hazard has scored in three consecutive Premier League games for the first time in his career. In fact, he has never scored in four successive league games before (Premier League and Ligue 1 combined).

Review – Match between Chelsea vs Everton

In the Premier League it was time for Matchday 11. The game took place at Stamford Bridge in London, England. 41429 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between Chelsea and Everton on Sun, Nov 6 / 12:30 AM? The game ended with 5:0, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Antonio Conte from Chelsea and Ronald Koeman from Everton watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Robert Madley.

Let’s take a look at the Highlights:


The 1:0 was achieved by Eden Hazard for Chelsea in minute 19. Marcos Alonso scored for Chelsea in minute 20 which led to a 2:0. The following 3:0 was scored by Diego Costa for Chelsea in minute 42. Chelsea reached a 4:0 in minute 56. Scorer was Eden Hazard. Fifth goal of the match was fired by Pedro (Chelsea) in minute 65.


Yannick Bolasie received a yellow card in minute 15. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 30 to Phil Jagielka. Afterwards Gareth Barry saw a yellow card in minute 64.


Bryan Oviedo, wearing number 20, left the field in minute 36. Replacing him was number 11, Kevin Mirallas. In minute 60 Aaron Lennon, with the number 12, came in for Yannick Bolasie, with number 14. Number 18, Gareth Barry, was replaced by Tom Davies, wearing number 26 in minute 66. Replacement in minute 71: Oscar, with number 8 for Pedro, number 11. The next substitution took place in minute 80, where Michy Batshuayi wearing the number 23, came in for number 10, Eden Hazard. And to complete the replacements, John Terry with number 26 switched with Gary Cahill wearing number 24.

The new table positions for the two teams are now: 1. for Chelsea and 6. for Everton.

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