Carragher expresses his belief that Everton will avoid relegation
‘It feels like a better point for Everton’: Jamie Carragher expresses his belief that Sean Dyche’s side will stay up following draw against Leicester
- Jamie Carragher is confident that Everton will avoid relegation this season
- Everton produced an impressive display in a 2-2 draw away to Leicester City
- Carragher believes Everton’s performance will worry their relegation rivals
Jamie Carragher believes that Everton will avoid relegation from the Premier League following their 2-2 draw against fellow strugglers Leicester.
Sean Dyche’s side remain in the relegation zone and and are one point adrift of safety but produced an impressive display at the King Power Stadium.
Carragher stated his belief that Everton’s performance will cause concern for their relegation rivals Leeds and Nottingham Forest.
Everton took the lead through a penalty from Dominic Calvert-Lewin before goals from Caglar Soyuncu and Jamie Vardy put Leicester in the ascendancy.
James Maddison then missed a penalty for Leicester with Alex Iwobi later pulling Everton level.
Jamie Carragher is confident Everton will be able to avoid relegation from the Premier League
Carragher says that Everton’s performance will strike fear into their relegation rivals
Speaking on Sky Sports, Carragher said: “It feels like a better point for Everton. They were by far the better team.
“I actually think Everton’s performance will worry Leeds and Nottingham Forest.
“If Everton can continue performing like that, they will get out of trouble.”
Carragher: ‘It is a big point for Everton, but the performance was outstanding. Leicester had that chance but that performance, you see the crowd, the reaction. You felt like if a team was going to get the winner it would be Everton.’
Everton have four games remaining as they look to preserve their Premier League status.
Sean Dyche’s side are currently one point adrift of safety with four games left to play
Firstly they will travel to face Brighton & Hove Albion prior to a home game against Manchester CIty.
They then play Wolves away and conclude the campaign with a home game against Bournemouth.
Carragher admitted that Everton’s away form is a major concern but still feels that they will stay up, especially when Leeds’ struggles are taken into consideration.
Asked why he is confident Everton will survive, Carragher said: ‘The actual performance more than anything. I think if you were watching that as a Forest or Leeds player or supporter you’d be worried.
‘The big thing for Everton is they’ve got two more away games out of the next three and they’ve won one away game all season. That’s a huge problem. The one home game is against Man City. I’ve never felt Everton would go down at any stage really.’
‘I just look at the form that Leeds are in.’
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