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Everton vs. Man United time, TV channel, stream, lineups, betting odds for Premier League clash

Ahead of Manchester United's visit, things are not going well at Everton. Wednesday's loss against Burnley ensured beyond doubt that the Merseyside club is in a fight for Premier League survival.Sean Dyche's side sit in the final relegation spot, and are just one point behind Everton. However, Lampard's side are not down yet, and they sit five points behind Leeds, with two games in hand and a much better goal difference.While the points tally says that Everton have a strong chance of survival, their fixture list tells a differe...

Ahead of Manchester United's visit, things are not going well at Everton. Wednesday's loss against Burnley ensured beyond doubt that the Merseyside club is in a fight for Premier League survival.

Sean Dyche's side sit in the final relegation spot, and are just one point behind Everton. However, Lampard's side are not down yet, and they sit five points behind Leeds, with two games in hand and a much better goal difference.

While the points tally says that Everton have a strong chance of survival, their fixture list tells a different story. Everton have a very difficult run-in, and that starts with Ralf Rangnick's United, who travel to Goodison Park for the early kickoff on Saturday.

United don't have the best record away to Everton, but this is certainly a chance to improve on that. While the season looked over for the Manchester side just a few days ago, that's no longer the case. Arsenal's defeat to Crystal Palace means the Red Devils could yet be in with a chance of making the top four.

The return of top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo should be a boost to United, if they can supply him, and Lampard's team will have to go on a very impressive run of performances, starting with this one, if they're to avoid playing in the Championship next season.

How to watch Everton vs. Manchester United

UK USA Canada Australia
Date April 9 April 9 April 9 April 9
Time 12:30 p.m. 07:30 a.m. ET 07:30 a.m. ET 9:30 p.m. AET
TV channel BT Sport 1 USA Network, Universo

USA: In the US, televised Premier League games are also available on fuboTV, which also offers a free trial to new subscribers.

Canada: In Canada, every Premier League game streams live on DAZN.

Australia: The Premier League is carried by Optus Sport in Australia.

Everton vs. Manchester United predicted lineups

Frank Lampard has a fluid squad situation on his hands at Everton. Allan and Michael Keane will both be available from suspension, with the latter almost guaranteed to replace Mason Holgate in midfield.

Injuries keep Yerry Mina, Tom Davies and Andros Townsend out, while on-loan Donny van de Beek wouldn't be eligible to face his parent club, even if he was fit.

Seamus Coleman, who was benched for the defeat to Burnley, will likely return to the side, with one of Jonjoe Kenny or Vitaliy Mykolenko expected to feature at left back.

Everton predicted lineup (4-4-2): Pickford (GK) — Coleman, Holgate, Keane, Kenny — Gordon, Allan, Doucoure, Iwobi — Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin

Edinson Cavani is expected to miss out for Man United, while Luke Shaw is a doubt for Rangnick after coming off injured against Leicester, and he may not be risked against Everton. There's better news up front, as United fans will be happy to see Cristiano Ronaldo return to the side.

With Fred looking like one of the most impressive performers in the team of late, Paul Pogba may see himself on the bench, with Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford, and Anthony Elanga competing for two of the wide positions.

Manchester United predicted lineup (4-3-3): De Gea (GK) — Dalot, Maguire, Varane, Telles — Fernandes, McTominay, Fred — Rashford, Ronaldo, Sancho

Everton vs. Manchester United betting odds

With Everton looking more and more bereft of confidence as the season goes on, the odds are stacked against them in this game, with the bookmakers seeing United as clear favorites.

Everton Win 7/2 +350 +358
Draw 11/4 +290 +300
Man United Win 3/4 -130 -149
Over 2.5 Goals 4/5 -120/ +100 -130 / +102
Both Teams to Score (Y / N) 4/6 -140 / +105 -143 / -109

Calgary Flames Prospect Roundup: Five points for Ryan Francis, Dustin Wolf picks up win number 31

Another huge week for the Calgary Flames’ prospects, as four prospects had at least four points this week. This includes five more points for Ryan Francis, who quite simply won’t stop scoring. Connor Mackey, Juuso Valimaki (technically not a prospect anymore), and Adam Ruzicka all ...

Another huge week for the Calgary Flames’ prospects, as four prospects had at least four points this week. This includes five more points for Ryan Francis, who quite simply won’t stop scoring. Connor Mackey, Juuso Valimaki (technically not a prospect anymore), and Adam Ruzicka all earned call-ups to Calgary this week, while Josh Nodler found himself a new home across the country for next season.

The injuries and absences are starting to creep upwards for the prospect pool particularly in the QMJHL, which ended a team record ironman streak. Finally, we have some movement on the NHLe Board, with a different prospect taking the second spot from Matthew Phillips. Let’s dive into it.

Welcome to the TWC Calgary Flames prospect update. Each week, we’ll take a dive into how the Flames’ prospects have done in their respective leagues. We have defined a prospect as a skater who has played fewer than 65 NHL games, and is younger than 25 years of age. All data is from QuantHockey and EliteProspects. We also use an NHLe calculator built by Christian Roatis (@Croatis) which is used to estimate a player’s equivalent point total in the NHL based on how they are performing in their respective league. The calculator uses the difficulty of the given league combined with the ease at which a player puts up points to determine the NHLe.

Want to see where all the Flames’ prospects are playing this year? Check out our map visualization here.

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Dustin Wolf – Stockton Heat

Dustin Wolf just continues to pick up wins for the Heat. He allowed just three goals on just under 100 shots in three games, and won two of the three games he played. He sits third in save percentage in the entire league, behind two goalies who combined have not started as many games as he has. Even more impressive but somewhat unfortunate for him, he has these numbers without picking up a single shutout this season.

Wolf has broken the Stockton Heat’s record for wins in a season by a goalie earlier this season, then became the first rookie goalie to break 29 wins in a season since Juuse Saros last week. His league-leading 30th and 31st wins make him the fifth rookie netminder since 2000 to reach this mark, joining just Pekka Rinne, Ondrej Pavelec, Alex Stalock, and Niklas Svedberg. All four played NHL games, with three becoming regulars.

It’s worth remembering that Wolf was selected with the fourth-last pick of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, with his size being a key factor for this. However, he has continued to prove doubters wrong through his whole career.

Watching Wolf, it’s clear that size is not a concern. His speed and agility on the ice allow him to constantly be in the right place at the right time. Unlike with bigger goalies who can just move little and allow the puck to hit them, it feels like nothing Wolf does is by accident—everything is intentional.

His trajectory probably sees him spending a good chunk of next season in Stockton again to really force the Flames to give him a look at the NHL level. A competitive player, Wolf will no doubt continue to prove that he deserves a look, and I’d expect the Flames to give him one the minute there’s an injury in the Calgary crease. It’s probably too early to start penciling him in as the next “goalie of the future” but he is definitely a top prospect that many teams would have regretted letting slip away.

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NHLe Leaderboard

NHLe is a metric used to estimate a player’s offensive output at the NHL level from their point totals in their respective league. Here are the Flames’ current top 5 (bracketed numbers denote movement from the previous week)

Overall regular season totals for Flames prospects

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Where Kansas' 2022 team ranks among the greatest men's basketball champions ever

On the Monday night of April 4, 2022, Kansas won its fourth men's basketball national championship, tying UConn for sixth all-time. Kansas was a No. 1 seed and it swept the Big 12's regular-season and conference tournament titles, so it was clearly one of the best teams in the country this season, but where do the 2022 Jayhawks rank among all of the sport's national champions?Using a variety of metrics to help contextualize Kansas' latest national championship team, here's how the Jayhawks compare to other national c...

On the Monday night of April 4, 2022, Kansas won its fourth men's basketball national championship, tying UConn for sixth all-time. Kansas was a No. 1 seed and it swept the Big 12's regular-season and conference tournament titles, so it was clearly one of the best teams in the country this season, but where do the 2022 Jayhawks rank among all of the sport's national champions?

Using a variety of metrics to help contextualize Kansas' latest national championship team, here's how the Jayhawks compare to other national champions.

Total margin of victory in the NCAA tournament

Kansas' 2022 NCAA tournament run was a mix of blowouts — 27 points against No. 16 seed Texas Southern, 26 points against No. 10 seed Miami and 16 points against No. 2 seed Villanova — and narrow victories — three points against No. 8 seed North Carolina, five points against No. 4 seed Providence and seven points against No. 9 seed Creighton.

The Jayhawks didn't win a single game by between eight and 15 points.

So, add all that up (a combined margin of victory of 84 points), and where does that rank among past national champions since the tournament expanded to 64 teams?

Exactly at the 50th percentile, it turns out. Duke's 1991 championship team and the victorious Maryland Terrapins of 2002 also had a combined margin of victory of 84 points, which is tied for 17th among the 37 national champions examined.

Below are the combined margins of victory for every national champion since the NCAA tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985:

1. Kentucky (1996): 129 points 2. Villanova (2016): 124 points 3. North Carolina (2009): 121 points 4. UNLV (1990): 112 points 5. Villanova (2018): 106 points 6. Duke (2001): 100 points 7. Louisville (2013)*: 97 points 8. Florida (2006): 96 points 9. North Carolina (1993): 94 points 10. Duke (2015): 93 points T11. Michigan State (2000), Baylor (2021): 92 points 13. Duke (2010): 87 points 14. UCLA (1995): 86 points T15. Florida (2007), Kansas (2008): 85 points T17. Duke (1991), Maryland (2002), Kansas (2022): 84 points 20. North Carolina (2005): 83 points T21. Kentucky (1998), UConn (2004): 80 points 23. Duke (1992): 75 points T24. Louisville (1986), UConn (1999), Kentucky (2012): 71 points T27. Arkansas (1994), North Carolina (2017): 67 points 29. Indiana (1987): 63 points 30. UConn (2011): 62 points 31. Michigan (1989): 59 points 32. Syracuse (2003): 54 points 33. Kansas (1988): 53 points 34. UConn (2014): 47 points 35. Virginia (2019): 45 points 36. Arizona (1997): 32 points 37. Villanova (1985): 30 points *Louisville's championship was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions

Winning percentage

While admittedly simplistic, winning percentage is a basic way to measure just how good a team was in a given season, especially when comparing teams across eras. During that height of UCLA's run under John Wooden, the Bruins often played exactly 30 games, whereas many national champions today play 40 games.

The 2022 Kansas Jayhawks rank in the bottom 23rd percentile in terms of winning percentage among past national champions. However, 12 of the other 36 national champions that won the NCAA tournament since its field expanded to 64 teams had a worse winning percentage in their title-winning season. The combination of gradual NCAA tournament expansion — it now takes six wins in the NCAA tournament to win a championship, or seven if you're starting in the First Four, compared to the three it took in 1939 — and greater competitive balance across the sport have given us more than 45 years without an undefeated national champion, for example.

The best winning percentage by a national champion since the NCAA tournament expanded to 64 teams was Kentucky's 2012 team, which went 38-2, good for a .950 winning percentage.

T1. San Francisco (1956), North Carolina (1957), UCLA (1964), UCLA (1967), UCLA (1972), UCLA (1973), Indiana (1976): 1.000 8. NC State (1974): .968 T9. UCLA (1968), UCLA (1969), UCLA (1971): .967 T12. San Francisco (1955), UTEP (1966): .966 14. Kentucky (2012): .950 T15. Duke (1992), Kentucky (1996), UConn (1999): .944 T18. Kentucky (1949), Kentucky (1951), North Carolina (1982): .941 T21. Wyoming (1943), Oklahoma State (1946), UCLA (1995): .939 24. Kentucky (1978): .938 T25. Cincinnati (1962), Loyola Chicago (1963): .935 T27. UCLA (1965), UCLA (1970), Baylor (2021): .933 30. Kansas (2008): .925 31. Kentucky (1948): .923 32. Virginia (2019): .921 33. Georgetown (1984): .919 34. Louisville (1980): .917 35. Arkansas (1994): .912 T36. Kansas (1952), UCLA (1975): .903 T38. Holy Cross (1947), Cincinnati (1961), Villanova (2018): .900 T41. Kentucky (1998), Duke (2001), Duke (2015): .897 T44. North Carolina (1993), North Carolina (2009): .895 46. Ohio State (1960): .893 47. North Carolina (2005): .892 48. Maryland (2002): .889 49. Indiana (1953): .885 50. Indiana (1987): .882 T51. Stanford (1942), UNLV (1990), Florida (2007), Duke (2010), Louisville (2013)*, Villanova (2016): .875 57. Oklahoma State (1945): .871 T58. Indiana (1940), Wisconsin (1941): .870 60. La Salle (1954): .867 61. California (1959): .862 62. Syracuse (2003): .857 63. Oregon (1939): .853 64. Kansas (2022): .850 T65. Utah (1944), UConn (2004), Florida (2006): .846 68. CCNY (1950): .828 69. North Carolina (2017): .825 T70. Louisville (1986), Duke (1991), Michigan State (2000): .821 73. Michigan State (1979): .813 74. Michigan (1989): .811 75. UConn (2014): .800 76. Kentucky (1958): .793 77. Marquette (1977): .781 78. UConn (2011): .780 79. Indiana (1981): .743 80. Arizona (1997): .735 81. NC State (1983): .722 82. Villanova (1985): .714 83. Kansas (1988): .711 *Louisville's championship was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions

Advanced metrics

While many popular advanced metrics, such as those of kenpom.com and barttorvik.com, didn't exist when many national champions were crowned, Sports Reference's Simple Rating System, which "takes into account average point differential and strength of schedule" dates back more than 70 years.

However, each season is its own universe and there's no connectivity between seasons since a team from 2022 didn't play any teams from the 2021 season, which didn't play any teams from 2020, etc. On a small scale, we saw this principle in the NET rankings in the 2021 season, when Colgate was a top-10 team in that metric after having gone 14-1 prior to Selection Sunday against a schedule that only featured Patriot League opponents. Colgate lacked connectivity to the rest of the country because it didn't play a non-conference schedule.

So, keep that in mind when looking at the numbers below. Each team's rating is only relative to opponents from the same season, but from a 30,000-foot view, it's still probably safe to say that a team with an SRS rating of 32 was likely better than one with a rating of 17.

Sports Reference has the SRS rating for every men's basketball national champion starting in the 1950 season.

*Louisville's championship was later vacated by the Committee on Infractions

One of the most popular men's basketball advanced analytics websites is Ken Pomeroy's website kenpom.com, which provides tempo-free efficiency numbers that adjust for the quality of opponent and the pace of play. Pomeroy offers adjusted efficiency margin statistics, which indicate how many points a team would be expected to outscore an average opponent on a neutral floor per 100 possessions. For reference, there were roughly 67 possessions per game this season, according to KenPom, so multiply a team's adjusted efficiency margin by 0.67 and you'll get its expected margin of victory against an average opponent on a neutral floor.

Pomeroy's database dates back to the 2001-02 season.

Pac-12 announces 2022 men's swimming & diving postseason awards

SAN FRANCISCO - The Pac-12 Conference announced the recipients of the 2022 Pac-12 Men’s Swimming and Diving awards, as voted on by the league coaches. Léon Marchand of ARIZONA STATE was voted Swimmer of the Year and Freshman of the Year. CALIFORNIA head coach David Durden, who led the Golden Bears to their ninth all-time Pac-12 Championship victory followed by their seventh NCAA Championship title, earned his 11th Coach of the Year honor. ARIZONA’s Bjorn Markentin was voted Pac-12 Diver of the Year and Dwight Dumais was vo...

SAN FRANCISCO - The Pac-12 Conference announced the recipients of the 2022 Pac-12 Men’s Swimming and Diving awards, as voted on by the league coaches. Léon Marchand of ARIZONA STATE was voted Swimmer of the Year and Freshman of the Year. CALIFORNIA head coach David Durden, who led the Golden Bears to their ninth all-time Pac-12 Championship victory followed by their seventh NCAA Championship title, earned his 11th Coach of the Year honor. ARIZONA’s Bjorn Markentin was voted Pac-12 Diver of the Year and Dwight Dumais was voted Pac-12 Diving Coach of the Year, while STANFORD’s Jack Ryan earned Pac-12 Freshman Diver of the Year.

2022 MEN’S SWIMMER / FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Léon Marchand, Fr., ARIZONA STATE (Toulouse, France)

Marchand has been named Pac-12 Swimmer and Freshman of the Year after helping lead the Sun Devil Men's Swim team to clinch its best finish at the NCAA Championships since 1982 and tallying 165 points across the Pac-12 and NCAA Championship events. The freshman finished his first season being named the CSCAA Men’s Swimmer of the Year. He is the second to garner both Swimmer and Freshman honors in the same year, joining USC’s Klete Keller (2001).

The freshman captured three individual titles (200-yard IM, 400-yard IM, 200-yard breaststroke) and contributed to ASU’s 800-yard freestyle relay win to steer the Sun Devils to a third-place finish at the 2022 Pac-12 Championships, their best showing in 27 years. En route to being named the Swimmer of the Meet, Marchand also set a new Pac-12 record in the 400 IM with a time of 3:34.45, the fastest time in the nation this year and second fastest time in history. He claimed his first national title in the 200 IM with a time of 1:37.69 to set a new NCAA record, breaking Caeleb Dressel's time of 1:38.13 set in 2018. Marchand added another NCAA individual title, taking first place in the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:48.20, a new school record and also the second-fastest time in history behind Will Licon's 1:47.91 (2017). The freshman also had one runner-up finish at the NCAA Championships, taking second place in the 400 IM.

2022 MEN’S SWIMMING COACH OF THE YEAR: David Durden, CALIFORNIA

David Durden was voted Pac-12 Swimming Coach of the Year for the fifth straight year and the 11th time in his career (2010-2014, 2016, 2018-22). Durden led the Golden Bears to their ninth Conference title in program history and seventh in his coaching career at Cal, finishing with a total of 853.5 points before leading California to secure their seventh NCAA Championship title with a total score of 487.5. Five of California’s seven national team titles have come under Durden (2011, 2012, 2014, 2019 and 2022). Guided by Durden, eight Cal swimmers finished in the top-20 of the conference in points earned across both championship events.

Markentin was voted Pac-12 Diver of the Year after totaling 34 points across the 2022 Pac-12 and NCAA Championship events. The former Pac-12 Freshman of the Year (2020) earned top five finishes across all diving events at the 2022 Pac-12 Championships, totaling 1,065.2 points to finish the meet. Markentin finished as the runner-up in the 3-meter springboard with a finals score of 403.20. The junior also took third place in the platform event (344.65), and fifth place in the 1-meter springboard (317.35). The junior continued his success at the 2022 NCAA Championships, where he earned All-American honors in the 1-meter event, scoring 358.25 and earning a 7th place finish.

2022 MEN’S DIVING FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Jack Ryan, Fr., STANFORD ( Denver, Colo.)

Ryan concludes his first collegiate season by being named Pac-12 Freshman Diver of The Year after totaling 49 points across the 2022 Pac-12 and NCAA Championship events. He is the seventh recipient in school history to be named Newcomer of the Year. The freshman made a strong impact at his first Pac-12 Championships, earning second place on the 1-meter springboard (367.30) and third on the 3-meter springboard (376.40) to finish among the league’s top freshman in both events. He also took eighth place in the platform competition with a finals score of 260.50. He competed at the Zone E Championships and earned NCAA bids in both the 1-meter and 3-meter events where he went on to finish eighth in the 1-meter competition with a finals score of 347.80.

2022 MEN’S DIVING COACH OF THE YEAR: Dwight Dumais, ARIZONA

In his fifth season as Arizona’s head diving coach, Dumais has been voted Pac-12 Diving Coach of the Year for the first time in his career. Dumais led the Wildcats to one of their most dominating performances yet at the Pac-12 Championships, as they finished the diving competition with 161 points. Dumais is the second coach in program history to be voted Pac-12 Diving Coach of the Year joining Omar Ojeda in 2015.

No. 9 Cal Rallies For Win In Pullman

PULLMAN, Wash. – Ninth-ranked California women's tennis overcame a windy afternoon in the Palouse, a change of venue and a feisty Washington State team to prevail 4-3 over the Cougars on Friday at the Hollingbery Fieldhouse, with Hannah Viller Moeller clinching the win.Cal's record improved to 13-6 (6-1 in the Pac-12), while WSU fell to 6-13 (1-7 Pac-12).The wind forced the match – originally slated for the W...

PULLMAN, Wash. – Ninth-ranked California women's tennis overcame a windy afternoon in the Palouse, a change of venue and a feisty Washington State team to prevail 4-3 over the Cougars on Friday at the Hollingbery Fieldhouse, with Hannah Viller Moeller clinching the win.

Cal's record improved to 13-6 (6-1 in the Pac-12), while WSU fell to 6-13 (1-7 Pac-12).

The wind forced the match – originally slated for the WSU Outdoor Tennis Courts – indoors to Hollingbery. After a delayed start, WSU captured the doubles point with wins on courts two and one. The Cougars clinched on court one when Michaela Bayerlova and Maxine Murphy upset Cal's 33rd-ranked Jessica Alsola and Katja Wiersholm, 6-4.

Down 2-0 after an opening loss in singles, Cal got a win from Julia Rosenqvist, who beat Hania Abouelsaad, 6-3, 6-2, and then Cal's 103rd-ranked Katja Wiersholm won, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1, over Murphy to tie the match, 2-2.

A rare loss for Cal's 50th-ranked Alsola – who fell to Savanna Ly-Nguyen 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 – left the Bears trailing, 3-2.

The configuration of the fieldhouse – which only has four courts – meant that the matches on courts five and six couldn't start at the same time as the other four, and those last two matches proved crucial for the Bears. Cal's Erin Richardson bested Stefaniia Mikhailova, 6-3, 6-1, on court six to tie the overall match 3-3, and then Viller Moeller completed the victory with a 7-6(1), 6-1 win over Elyse Tse on court five.

"We thought the match was going to be outside, and it was warm enough, but it was too windy," Cal head coach Amanda Augustus said. "They only have four courts inside, and it's a different flow to the match. We got off to a little bit of a slow start with the doubles; we were just adjusting to the conditions. But once we got on court for singles, we lifted our level and did what we needed to do to get the victory."

Cal next plays No. 28 Washington on Saturday at 12 p.m. in Seattle before closing the regular season at home against No. 17 Stanford on April 16 at 12 p.m.

No. 9 California (13-6, 6-1 Pac-12) defeated Washington State (6-13, 1-7 Pac-12), 4-3 April 8, 2022, in Pullman, Wash. Hollingbery Fieldhouse

Doubles 1. Michaela Bayerlova/Maxine Murphy (WSU) def. #33 Jessica Alsola/Katja Wiersholm (Cal) 6-4* 2. Savanna Ly-Nguyen/Yang Lee (WSU) def. Haley Giavara/Hannah Viller Moeller (Cal) 6-4 3. Hania Abouelsaad/Fifa Kumhom (WSU) vs. Julia Rosenqvist/Erin Richardson (Cal) 5-5, unfinished

Order of Finish – 2, 1* *Clinched the doubles point

Singles 1. #71 Michaela Bayerlova (WSU) def. #92 Haley Giavara (Cal) 6-2, 6-3 2. Savanna Ly-Nguyen (WSU) def. #50 Jessica Alsola (Cal) 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 3. #103 Katja Wiersholm (Cal) def. Maxine Murphy (WSU) 6-2, 3-6, 6-1 4. Julia Rosenqvist (Cal) def. Hania Abouelsaad (WSU) 6-3, 6-2 5. Hannah Viller Moeller (Cal) def. Elyse Tse (WSU) 7-6 (7-1), 6-2^ 6. Erin Richardson (Cal) def. Stefaniia Mikhailova (WSU) 6-3, 6-1

Order of Finish – 1, 4, 3, 2, 6, 5^ ^Clinched the overall match

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