The first half between Everton and Brighton ended in a goaless draw, as neither of both sides could find the back of the net, Everton had their best chance when Davies header went wide of the far post from the centre of the box, Brighton also had a chance to score later, but Maupay's effort deflected off the post.
In the second half, despite creating goal scoring chances, neither could find the breakthrough, as the points were shared at Falmer Stadium yesterday.
Westbrom took the lead against Southampton in the 32nd minutes when Matheus Pereira scored from the spot, after he was fouled in the box by Forster.
In the 35th minutes, Philips doubled Westbrom's lead, after he was assisted by Diagne, as Westbrom lead 2:0 at halftime.
In the second half, Callum Robinson added the third goal for Westbrom in the 69th minutes, assisted by Yokuslu.
The Saint had a chance to grab a consolation go yesterday, after they were awarded a penalty. However, James Ward-Prowse spot kick was saved by Westbrom's Goalkeeper Johnstone.
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