Everton go into this on the back of four victories in the last five league matches

A real buzz is expected in and around Kenilworth Road on Friday evening. Luton chase one of the last trains in quest for preventing the immediate drop to Championship football.

They desperately need a victory over bottom-half rivals Everton in the first game of Matchday No 36.

Everton go into this on the back of four victories in the last five league matches. Luton lost five of the previous six league affairs.
All but one of Luton’s last 15 outings provided goals at both ends.

Overall, Luton have 8 wins, 3 draws, and 6 defeats in the previous 17 home clashes with the Toffees. We saw three or more goals in three of the previous four H2H matches between these rivals.

Luton have been horrendous lately. They’ve managed just 1 win in the last 15 games across competitions. The Hatters go into this off the back of three straight defeats. The latest came last Saturday away at Wolves. Rob Edwards’ men fell 1-2 at Molineux, allowing plenty of space in defence on the occasion.

The story is completely opposite with Everton. They picked up four wins in the last five league fixtures. This incredible run helped them move up to 15th place on the Premier League standings. The Toffees are currently 11 points above Luton Town in the red zone. With three games to play, Sean Dyche’s men have secured the elite-class survival.

This will be the third H2H clash between Luton and Everton this season. Interestingly, Luton picked up two separate 2-1 wins, both at Goodison. The first came in the Premier League and the second in the FA Cup.

Everton will come into this in much higher spirits after a run of four wins in the last five league games. All of these four wins have come at Goodison. The Toffees are winless in ten consecutive away fixtures in all competitions. We believe the time has come for this thread to terminate. They really look to have found the famous “Sean Dyche defensive formula” these days.

Everton kept four clean sheets in the last five matches. On the other side, Luton go into this off the back of three straight Premier League defeats. They’ve shipped twelve goals in the process. They lost five of the last six league outings as well.

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