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Frank Lampard and Everton are searching for their first win but face a tough test against Premier League newly promoted Nottingham Forest at Goodison Park. The Toffees have lost their two opening matches against Chelsea and Aston Villa
Last season, Everton narrowly avoided a drop from the Premier League after a spirited and determined effort from the players, manager and the support from the fans.
Facing Nottingham Forest could be difficult for Everton at the moment, looking at the progress that has been made by the club so far. Forest remains the busiest club in the Premier League. Forest edged past West Ham United last weekend at City Ground to claim their first victory of the season.
What is the kickoff time for Everton vs Nottingham
The match will kick off at 3:00 PM BST (British Summer Time) Saturday, August 20 2022
UK (BST) 03:00 PM
CEST: 04:30 PM
Eastern Time: 10:00 AM
Central Time: 09:00
Mountain Time: 08:00 AM
Pacific Time: 07:00 AM
Gulf Standard Time: 06:00 PM
Indian Standard Time: 07:30 PM
Where to watch Everton vs Nottingham Forest on TV and live stream
Unfortunately, the match will not be available on national television, but it is available for fans globally.
Ireland: Premier Sports 1 and Premier Player HD
Canada: fuboTV Canada
Germany: Sky Go, WOW and Sky Sport Premier League
India: Star Sports Select HD2, Hotstar VIP, Star Sports Select 2 a d JioTV
Netherlands: Viaplay Netherlands
New Zealand: Sky Sport NOW
Norway: Viaplay Norway
Portugal: Eleven Sports 5 Portugal
Rest of Africa: SuperSport MaXimo 2 and SuperSport OTT 3
The Middle East and North Africa: beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Turkey: beIN CONNECT Turkey
Everton vs Nottingham Forest Premier League 2022/23 Match Preview
Frank Lampard’s shaky start to the new season sees Everton sit 18th on the log with no point. The former Chelsea boss is currently facing the pressure of delivering the team out of muddy waters.
Everton was decent during the clash with Chelsea at Goodison Park but could not break the Blues. However, a completely different outcome was seen against Aston Villa, which raises the question of how the club would match the league’s strength.
Everton must grind out a favourable result against visiting Nottingham Forest, who handed David Moyes a second successive defeat in the new campaign last weekend.