Let me first welcome Carlo Ancelotti back to the English Premier League where nothing comes easily.
The former Bayern Munich and Napoli manager made a celebrated return to the Premier League when he signed a contract with struggling Everton.
Though Ancelotti’s introduction to the club’s dugout saw a massive improvement in the players performances, the Premier League title-winning manager won’t too totally satisfied with his team’s recent run of results.
They have managed just two victories in their last six games which effectively dashed their dream of playing in the Europa League next season.
With nine points separating the Merseyside club from seventh-placed Tottenham, it is a foregone conclusion that Sunday’s game is of no importance except to protect their pride against a struggling Bournemouth side
Unlike the Tofees, Eddie Howe’s men have all to play for as their chances of survival largely depends on the outcome of the game.
The Cherries must defeat the Merseyside club and hope that the game involving West Ham and Aston Villa went in their favor.
The last three fixtures have seen them recorded just three points, leaving them with no option but to thrash their upcoming opponent by a huge margin.
At this point, the Cherries will only pray for luck as they haven’t defeated Everton in recent encounters between both sides.
If head-to-head is anything to go by, Everton should claim an outright victory.
However, this is English Premier League where anything can happen after 90 minutes of action.
As much as we would love to see Eddie Howe continues his four-year Premier league adventure, we can’t help but predict a 1-1 draw which automatically means they are relegated.