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          Everton vs Luton Town: Betting Tips, Match Prediction & Preview

          Everton welcome fellow Premier League side Luton Town to Goodison Park this Saturday in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup. Both sides are struggling in the Premier League and a win in the Cup could give the winners a needed boost back in the league.

          These odds are accurate at the time of publication, they are subject to change.

          The Fourth Round sees yet another all-Premier League clash, but with both in a somewhat dyer situation in the Premier League, a win this weekend would not only progress them in their only chance for a trophy but also could give them positive momentum.

          Everton currently sit 17th in the Premier League after 21 games. The Toffees have eight wins, three draws and ten losses, leaving them on 17 points, three points from 16th place Nottingham Forest and one point above the relegation zone.

          The Toffees have won the FA Cup on three occasions, in 1965, 1984 and in 1994. Alongside that, Everton have made seven other Finals. The most recent Final Everton made was back in 2009, where they lost 2 - 1 against Chelsea. Since then Everton have only made the Semi-Final, losing 2 -1 in 2012 against Liverpool and losing 2 - 1 to Manchester United in 2016.

          Luton Town sit just below Everton in 18th in the Premier League. In 20 games, Luton have four wins, four draws and 12 losses which leaves The Hatters on 16 points, four points above Burnley and one point from Everton.

          The Hatters have only made the Final all the way back in 1959, where they lost 2 - 1 to Nottingham Forest. Since then the furthest Luton have made it in the FA Cup is the Semi-Finals in 1985, where they lost 2 - 1 after extra time against Everton, in 1988 where they lost 2 - 1 to Wimbledon and in 1994 where they lost 2 - 0 against Chelsea.

          Everton and Luton have met 48 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1933. Everton have the better record in the fixture with 23 wins in comparison to Luton’s 16 wins, the other nine games ending in a draw.

          In their last five games, Everton have won three times, with Luton grabbing one win and the other game ending in a draw. This fixture doesn’t tend to have many goals, with the 4 - 0 win for Everton in 2006 an outlier. The other four games having three goals or under.

          Everton vs Luton Town Team News

          Everton Team News

          Sean Dyche will be missing Abdoulaye Doucoure, Dele Alli, Seamus Coleman, Ashley Young and Idriss Gueye for this weekend, mostly due to injury but Gueye missing due to an international call-up to the African Cup of Nations.

          Luton Town Team News

          Rob Edwards also has a number of players missing, this includes Tom Lockyer, Mads Andersen and Marvelous Nakamba. Issa Kabore is also missing, having been called up to the African Cup of Nations.

          Form Guide

          In their last five games in all competitions, Everton have one win, two draws and two losses.

          Jack Harrison scored in the 29th minute to give Everton the 1 - 0 lead over Manchester City at halftime. However, goals from Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva and a penalty from Julian Alvarez gave Man City the 3 - 1 comeback win.

          The next time out for Everton was away at Wolves. Everton could only manage ten shots, with zero on target as Max Kilman, Matheus Cunha and Craig Dawson all scored in the 3 - 0 win for Wolves.

          In the Third Round of the FA Cup, Everton travelled to London to take on Crystal Palace. Both sides could only manage three shots on target and after the sending off of Dominic Calvert-Lewin Everton held on for the 0 - 0 draw and forced the replay.

          It was another 0 - 0 draw for Everton back in the Premier League against Aston Villa. The Toffees had just 31% of the possession, managing ten shots with two of them on target. Villa, on the other hand, had 69% of the possession and 16 shots with five on target. However, both sides were unable to convert any shots and had to settle for the 0 - 0 draw and the point.

          The last time out for Everton was in the FA Cup Third Round Replays against Crystal Palace. Andres Gomes scored the only goal of the game just before halftime to give The Toffees the 1 - 0 win.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Luton Town have two wins, two draws and one loss.

          On Boxing Day, Luton took on Sheffield United. Alfie Doughty gave Luton the lead at halftime, but Oli McBurnie and Anel Ahmedhodzic both scored in quick succession to give The Blades the 2 - 1 lead early in the second half. However, an own goal from Jack Robinson and an own goal from Anis Ben Slimane gave Luton the 3 - 2 win.

          It was another 3 - 2 scoreline for Luton, but this time they were on the wrong side this time. A brace from Cole Palmer and a goal from Noni Madueke gave Chelsea the 3 - 0 lead going into the last ten minutes. Ross Barkley and Elijah Adebayo both scored late on but Chelsea held on for the 3 - 2 win.

          In the Third Round of the FA Cup, Luton hosted League One Bolton Wanderers. Despite having 18 shots with six on target with 63% of the possession, Luton couldn't find a goal and was held to a 0 - 0 draw and a replay.

          Back in the Premier League, Luton took on Burnley. Zeki Amdouni opened the scoring for Burnley but in the 92nd minute, Carlton Morris grabbed a controversial goal to give Luton the 1 - 1 draw.

          The most recent outing for Luton was against Bolton in the FA Cup Third Round Replay. Dion Charles opened the scoring for Bolton but goals from Tahith Chong and Chiedozie Ogbene gave Luton the 2 - 1 win.

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          Where to watch

          Sheffield Wednesday vs Coventry has not been chosen for broadcast this weekend, but can be followed via radio on BBC Five Live.