Matches between Everton and Chelsea at Goodison Park have seen drama, memorable moments and a bucket load of goals in recent history.

The two clubs in blue are two of the six sides to have played in every English Premier League season since its inception back in 1992.

In December 2006, The Blues scored two superb goals in the last 10 minutes through Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba to secure a 3-2 victory.

In August 2014, the two sides played out an unforgettable nine goal thriller, with Chelsea winning 6-3.

Just 13 months later, Steven Naismith starred by scoring a hat-trick as a substitute during a 3-1 victory for Everton, in a game which saw Chelsea’s consolation goal from Nemanja Matic fly in off the woodwork from over 30 yards away.

Needless to say, these fixtures have a tendency to be full of goals; it’s also a stadium that Chelsea have struggled to find success at in recent seasons. The South West Londoners have only won three times in their last seven visits to the home of The Toffees in all competitions.

Since Sam Allardyce became Everton manager last month, The Toffees have flown up the league table, as they now sit in ninth position and on the back of a current six-match unbeaten streak in all competitions.
Chelsea go into the game, also in good form, having secured a place in the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup in midweek with a 2-1 home victory over AFC Bournemouth.

I am expecting another goal-fest on Saturday and with the form that the two sides are in, it could really go either way.

Score Prediction: Everton 2-3 Chelsea

By Jonty Colman