Many Everton fans have been discussing on social media what we can expect from Carlo Ancelotti’s Toffees in our next four Premier League games.
For a few, Ancelotti could achieve something “great” by defeating Liverpool amid their quest for the Premier League trophy having gone unbeaten across their first 25 games of the season – only being held to the single draw to date.
Everton host Liverpool at Goodison Park on March 16, in what will come as the final match in a tricky run of top-flight fixtures for the Blues.
How many points will Everton take in our next four games?
Ancelotti faces a trip to Arsenal at the end of our winter break but Everton have not won at the Emirates Stadium in any of our previous trips to the ground, with the Gunners unbeaten at home to us since January 1996.
Following that, we have a clash with Manchester United at Goodison Park as we strive for back-to-back home league successes over the Red Devils for the first time since the 2013/14, 2014/15 seasons.
Things do not get any easier for Ancelotti after that as we travel to Chelsea a week later, another ground where favourable results have been hard to come bye with our last Premier League victory at Stamford Bridge coming in 1994.
A run of Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool in a row would be hard for any side to achieve much in.
Here are some of the messages shared as fans suggested how many points they believe Ancelotti can claim in that run…
Although we beat Palace 3-1 we were poor and it could easily have gone the other way. Lucky against Watford as well, 4 points maximum from this set of fixtures
— Toffee Talk (@talk_toffee) February 10, 2020
Man Utd 3
— King Yerald 🇨🇴 (@YeraldMina13) February 9, 2020
LWDL I want to believe it’s WWWD but I think we’ll get screwed by the refs against arsenal, and Chelsea I don’t know I think they’ll keep it close. Beating LFC is going to be a massive challenge. But I’d take a draw.
— Andy Campbell 🔶 (@AndyCam68124104) February 10, 2020
To be honest, five points would be pretty good. Anything more would be great.
— Josh Wilbert (@joshwilbert1) February 9, 2020
Beat arsenal an Utd
— adam mcgarry (@adammacca94) February 9, 2020
Arsenal, Man U, and Chelsea should all be W’s. Liverpool, well yeah
— Alex 🇺🇸🇬🇷 (@Alex_Ky87) February 9, 2020
— Michael (@greenallefc) February 9, 2020