Everton piled on the misery for Chelsea with an excellent 2-0 win on Sunday at Goodison Park. We look back at this Premier League clash with our Everton vs Chelsea stats page.

Everton 2-0 Chelsea Post-Match Facts

  • Everton won this match with just 28.3% possession, their seventh Premier League win with less than 50% possession in 2023-24, more than any other team this season.
  • Lewis Dobbin scored his first goal for Everton aged 20 years and 341 days old, becoming the youngest Toffees goalscorer in the Premier League since Anthony Gordon vs Brighton in January 2022 (20 years 312 days).
  • Since Sean Dyche’s first game as Everton manager in February, Abdoulaye Doucouré has more non-penalty goals in the Premier League than any other midfielder (11).
  • Everton have now won three consecutive Premier League matches for the first time since March 2021 under Carlo Ancelotti. It’s also the first time the Toffees have won consecutive home Premier League matches since February 2023.
  • Chelsea have now lost three consecutive away Premier League matches in a single season for the first time since December 2020, with the first loss in that run coming at Goodison Park.
  • Sean Dyche put an end to a 10-match Premier League winless streak against Chelsea today, recording his first win against the Blues since August 2017.
  • This was the 23rd time that Chelsea have conceded the opening goal in the Premier League in 2023, their joint-most in a calendar year in the competition (also 23 in 1993).
  • Chelsea have won just 39 points in 39 Premier League matches in 2023. Of ever-present Premier League sides this calendar year, no side have won fewer and only Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest have won as few (excluding points deductions).

Everton vs Chelsea Timeline

Everton 2-0 Chelsea Timeline
Everton vs Chelsea Timeline

Everton vs Chelsea Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all the Everton vs Chelsea stats from Sunday’s Premier League game at Goodison Park.

The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own analysis of the game from kick-off and beyond. 

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