Everton-Valencia Betting Preview: Why both teams should find the back of the net

With both sides finding the net regularly in pre-season so far, Phil Kitromilides is backing goals at both ends when the two meet in the International Champions Cup
As they have done every year for the last few seasons, Valencia have been forced to sell their star player, with Roberto Soldado becoming Tottenham's record signing.

Los Che have been resilient in the face of continued departures in the past though and their 4-0 win over Inter Milan on Sunday showed that there are still goals left in the side.

Everton, meanwhile, have been impressive over their last few matches drawing 1-1 with Italian champions Juventus and narrowly losing 2-1 to Real Madrid.

A decent contest should therefore be in prospect at the SunLife Stadium in Miami and BetVictor make the Liga side favourites at 21/20 (2.05) with the Merseysiders offered at 11/5 (3.20).
The International Champions Cup has so far been an entertaining tournament with some of the world's biggest teams playing out some goal filled games.

In the eight matches so far, 24 have been scored and backing goals at both ends in this game looks like being a solid option.

Both sides have shown themselves capable of scoring against quality opposition and arguably this is the "easiest" fixture for either team so far in this tournament.

Both teams to score is offered at 7/10 (1.70) and while it might not be the biggest price in the world, it is certainly large enough for a medium sized investment.

Both teams to score at 7/10 (1.75) 1.5pts with BetVictor

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