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There isn’t a whole lot you can say for Sheffield Utd after their woeful season has seen them drop from ninth in England’s top flight last season to rock-bottom this time around.
Their current 17 points this campaign would put them as the joint fourth lowest tally in Premier League history along with Villa’s side of 2015/16, should they lose their remaining three games against Everton, Newcastle and Burnley.
Carlo Ancelotti’s hopes of getting his men into the Champions League took a blow on Thursday night when drawing 0-0 at Villa Park. They’re now eight points off fourth placed Chelsea with a game in hand, but that’ll be a tall order with the likes of Wolves and Champions Man City still to play.
Since the Blades’ fate was sealed for next season when losing to Wolves nearly a month ago to the day, they bounced back to beat Brighton (1-0) but followed that impressive result up with defeats to both Spurs (4-0) and Palace (2-0).
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It’s difficult to get too excited about a team that has scored just once from their last eight trips to opposition in all competitions, losing each of them.
The only saving grace for the worst team in the league, will be how poor the Toffees have been at Goodison Park this term. Indeed, only five teams have picked up fewer points on home turf than them so far, while across the last eight here, only Fulham (4) have earned fewer than their five points.
However, Ancelotti’s men have still won four of their five matches against the three relegated outfits this term, with the last three of those victories coming by one goal margins. In fact, 12 of their 16 victories this term have come by a single goal, including all the last four and that could be the way to play this one.
Only four times have Everton netted more than twice this term, with the last coming back at the start of February.
Moreover, other than their first two home games of the season, they have netted a maximum of two goals in all their last 15 home games and with that in mind, the multiscore appeals and the few returning fans might just give them the all-important boost they needed at Goodison Park.