Bet365 Preview: Everton – Burnley: Back the Toffees for victory

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The Toffees were held in their last outing and will be hoping for the maximum points when they confront the Clarets

Everton clash with Burnley in their English Premier League encounter on Sunday afternoon at Goodison Park.

Ronald Koeman’s men played a disappointing 2-2 draw with Apollon in their Europa League game on Thursday and will be looking to improve on the outcome in this tie.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton 09202017

The Toffees have won 11 of their last 13 Premier League home games. They have also beaten Burnley in two of their last three duels and the head to head stats swing in their favour. As such; Bet365 is offering (1.66) for them to come out on top here.

The 1995 FA Cup winners shared the spoils with their opponents in three of their last nine matches and odds of (3.80) are on offer for the same outcome to surface here.

For the Clarets, they boast an impressive record away from home as they have not lost in their last six outings outside Turf Moor. However, they have failed to win any of their last three fixtures and are therefore underdogs with the same firm at the price of (6.00).

Everton have netted seven goals in four duels while their visitors have managed just three goals in the same number of matches, therefore goals will not likely be at the premium. Odds of (1.70) are on the table for less than three goals..


Oumar Niasse was the hero for Everton against Bournemouth as he netted the two goals that downed the Cherries. He is (2.87) to notch anytime in the outing.

Wayne Rooney was on the score sheet in the Europa League  and is (2.50) to find the back of the net anytime.

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