Roberto Martinez's men are not expected to back-up their milestone Old Trafford win, while it's tough to separate two other teams batting in the wrong half of the tableFresh from beating Manchester United away for the first time in 21 years, Everton are at long odds to repeat their heroics when they go to Arsenal on Sunday.
Roberto Martinez's team are the $5.00 outsiders at the Emirates Stadium, with Arsene Wenger's hosts paying $1.66 and the draw at $3.75.
For those punters who also expect Arsenal to get up, but believe Everton will give a good account of themselves, the half-time/full time market could be of interest, with Arsenal paying $4.50 to be drawing at the break, before going on to win the game.
Gunners front-man Olivier Giroud occupies the top line of betting in the first goal-scorer market at $5.50, with in-form Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, on loan from Chelsea, paying $6.50.
Lukaku netted twice in Everton's dramatic 3-3 draw with Liverpool last month, and bet365 are paying $10.00 for him to bag a brace at the Emirates.
In the earlier game on Sunday, it's a tight one between Fulham ($2.62) and Aston Villa ($2.62), with the draw at $3.30.
Fulham, now under Rene Meulensteen after the dismissal of Martin Jol, were unfortunate to lose 2-1 at home Tottenham Hotspur last time out, while Aston Villa managed a 3-2 victory away to Southampton, leaving the bookies unable to separate these two sides.
Villa's Austrian attacking midfielder Andreas Weimann is tempting in the first goal-scorer reckoning at $7.50, with Fulham's Darren Bent ($8.00) a chance to score against his former team.