Manchester City vs Everton - Premier League Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Prediction. 

The Premier League comes to an end this Sunday, May 23, 2021 and all games will kick off at 16:00 (GMT+1). Manchester City vs. Everton will take place at the City of Manchester Stadium. 
Manchester City lost their last Premier League tie against Brighton & Hove Albion. The five-goal thriller saw City hold a two-goal lead before the Seagulls pulled a come-back on the Citizens. Joao Cancelo was sent off in the 9th minute for a tactical foul on Danny Welbeck who was running straight at goal. Before the red-card incident. Guendogan (2’) had put Manchester City in the lead. 

A fine run by Phil Foden (48’) saw the ball end up at the back of the net for City's second goal. However, the two-goal lead was reduced when Leandro Trossard (50’) scored Brighton’s first goal. Minutes later, Adam Webster (72’) got the equalizer. Daniel Burn (76’) eventually scored the winner for Brighton four minutes later. The defeat was the second in five league games: WWLWL (Premier League). Already crowned champions of the Premier League, the result of this game is inconsequential. Pep Guardiola is only looking for the win to boost the team’s morale ahead of the UEFA Champions League final against Chelsea on May 29. A 4—3—3 formation looks likely on Sunday. 

Everton are in 8th place on the table after 17W, 8D & 12L. They defeated Wolves by a lone goal on Wednesday, the 19th of May – courtesy of Richarlison (48’). The Toffees have scored 47 goals and conceded 43 - and hence, have a goal difference of +4. They have a goal ratio of 1.27 goals per game and a form that reads: LWDLW (Premier League). Carlo Ancelotti will be looking for a win in order to qualify for the Europa League when he meets Manchester City on the final day of the season. We expect a 4—4—2 formation with Dominic Calvert-Lewin & Richarlison in attack from when Everton with 59 points make another Premier League appearance.

The last time both sides met, Everton lost to Manchester City, 3-1. Before that tie, the Cityzens won again, 2-1. An earlier fixture ended in a 3-1 win for Manchester City.

A 2-1 win for Manchester City is predicted at full-time.  
Venue: City of Manchester Stadium.  
Capacity: 55,097.  
Date: Sunday May 23 2021.  
Kick-Off Time: 16:00 (GMT+1).  
League: Premier League.

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