When Nottingham Forest takes on Everton at the City Ground on Sunday, it will take a lot of work to get away from where they are at the bottom of the English Premier League table. In their first season in the top division since 1999, Nottingham Forest has had a good campaign. On the other hand, Everton is firmly in the relegation zone while attempting to avoid the first time since 1951.
At home, they have a goal differential of plus-3; on the road, it is minus-26. Only 13 of their 42 goals conceded have come on their home turf, while they scored 15 of their 18 goals. Everton has won once away from home, and it was in October. They scored two points on the road in their last eight games. The league’s lowest total is 17 goals. Even though Nottingham Forest has yet to score a lot, Brennan Johnson has scored three goals and two assists in 12 league games.
In the matchup in August, he scored in the 81st minute, but seven minutes later, Everton scored again. Before playing poorly for Newcastle last season, Chris Wood scored double figures four times in a row while playing for Burnley. In Forest’s five games, he has scored once. The Tricky Trees have the skill to achieve goals because Morgan Gibbs-White has scored two goals and set up five others. Everton has allowed at least two goals in seven of their last nine games.