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Everton vs Man City (2022/2023): Match Preview, Live Streaming & TV, Where To Watch Premier League

On Sunday, 14 May 2023, Goodison Park will witness a fierce battle between two English teams, Everton vs Manchester City on Matchday 36 of the Premier League. Here’s how to watch live streaming, previews, interesting facts, and predictions for the latest lineup.

Everton and Manchester City came with very different objectives to pick up important points in this game. City is maintaining its top position in the standings, while Everton needs to continue collecting points to escape the relegation zone.

Everton managed to win their last game with a massive 5-1 against Brighton & Hove Albion, showing that they are still capable of scoring a lot of goals. However, the statistics are not on their side in the clash with City, where City have not lost any of their last 11 Premier League games against Everton.

For those of you who want to immediately watch the latest live broadcast of the match between Everton vs Manchester City, see the important information below:

Everton vs Man City Live Stream

This match will be a tough test for both teams, who have different motivations. Everton will be looking to repeat their fine display against Brighton and secure important points for their survival, whereas Manchester City will look to maintain their lead at the top of the table and prepare for the second leg against Real Madrid.

Don’t miss this exciting match. Watch the live streaming of Everton vs Manchester City at 14:00 local time on your favorite television channels below:

MatchEverton vs. Manchester City
Competition2022/2023 Premier League
Match dayMatchday 36
VenueGoodison Park Stadium, Liverpool
DateSunday, May 14, 2023
Kickoff09:00 ET
Official TVPeacock, SiriusXM FC, NBC Sports, or Sling TV
Streaming LinkPeacock, SiriusXM FC, NBC Sports, or Sling TV

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Match Preview

The 5-1 win away to Brighton was the first time Everton have scored five goals on the road since late 2018, and coach Sean Dyche hopes this is a sign that his attack is starting to revive as goals have been hard to come by at home this season – they only scored more than one goal in a single home PL game.

The win helped Everton climb out of the relegation zone and they will start the week two points clear of the danger zone. Maintaining this positive mood against champions Manchester City may seem like a daunting task, but Everton have a good history against big teams at home. They beat Arsenal in Dyche’s first game back in 2017, and also crushed Pep Guardiola’s side with four goals to nil in a memorable win that same year.

However, that was Everton’s last win against Man City, who have dominated this encounter since then winning ten of the last 12 competitive outings. They are also on a streak of ten consecutive PL wins going into this game, which is a feat that has been accomplished five times under Guardiola, and no other manager has come close to matching as many 10+ winning streaks in the competition’s history.

Meanwhile, City have a very strong and productive squad. Erling Haaland has been City’s most prolific player this season scoring 35 goals, including the opening nine goals of the game. They have also recorded ten wins, three draws and three losses on the road this season, and are unbeaten in their last six away games.

Man City clinched a 2-1 win over Leeds United at home in their last Premier League game to extend their unbeaten run to 13, keeping them one point clear of Arsenal at the top of the table. They also managed to draw against Real Madrid 1-1 at the Santiago Bernabéu in midweek in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final.

However, it will not be an easy task for City with this fixture coming between two important Champions League semi-final clashes. Guardiola may make some changes from the visitors to add fresh energy ahead of the second leg. However, with just one point clear of Arsenal at the top of the table, Guardiola may also be afraid of disrupting the momentum.

Line-Up Forecast

Everton (4-5-1)Manchester City (3-2-4-1)
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