Everton have won just one of their last 12 Premier League matches against Manchester City (W1 D4 L7), hammering City 4-0 at Goodison Park in January 2017. The draw is 6.25/1.
Manchester City are looking to win four consecutive league matches against Everton for the first time since March 1972. They are 1.321/3 to win again.
Everton have won 10 home Premier League matches against reigning champions - only Liverpool have won more (13). However, they suffered a defeat in this exact fixture at Goodison Park last season (0-2). An Everton win is 11.521/2.
Manchester City have scored 24 goals in their opening six league games this season - the most by a top-flight team in the opening six matches of a season since Wolves in 1955-56 (25 goals). Over 3.5 goals is 2.265/4.
Under Marco Silva, Everton have been able to recoup just four points from the 21 Premier League matches that they have gone behind in (W0 D4 L17) - no team to have played in the Premier League in both 2018-19 and 2019-20 have won fewer from losing positions. Manchester City are 1.9210/11 to win half-time/full-time.
Manchester City have scored in each of their last 28 Premier League games - only Arsenal (55 between 2001-2002) and Manchester United (36 in 2008) have scored in a longer run of consecutive matches in the competition. Both teams to score is 1.814/5.
Manchester City's Sergio Agüero has found the net in his last seven Premier League appearances - only three players have ever done so in eight in a row; Ruud van Nistelrooy (8 between December 2001-January 2002 and 10 between March-August 2003), Daniel Sturridge (8 between November 2013-February 2014) and Jamie Vardy (11 between August-November 2015). Auguero is 1.84/5 to score.
Everton manager Marco Silva has lost all five of his Premier League matches against Pep Guardiola - three more than he has against any other manager. The draw half-time/Manchester City full-time double result is 4.57/2.
Among teams he's faced more than once in the Premier League, Man City striker Sergio Agüero's worst minutes per goal ratio is against Everton, scoring just twice in 13 appearances and 793 minutes (one goal every 397 minutes). Under 2.5 goals is 2.8615/8.
Manchester City's David Silva has won 199 of his 288 Premier League games to date. He could become the 26th player to reach 200 wins in the competition, and he would be the fastest to do so if City win here (John Terry is the current fastest, 305 games). Silva is 4.3100/30 to score.