Premier League survival remains the most important thing for Paolo Di Canio as successor to Martin O’Neill and with his impressive 3-0 win over Newcastle away from home the Black Cats have a renewed confidence and hope Premiership survival is possible under the Italian.
The history behind the game against Everton is backed by a rich history in favour of The Toffees as Sunderland have failed to win any of their past 16 league meetings with them, drawing four times and losing the other 12 games but are still offered 11/5 to win their first home game under Di Canio.
Everton drew with Arsenal in their consistent pursuit for top four finish this season and are available at 5/4 to win at the Stadium of Light whiles the game is also vacant at 23/10 for both teams to share the spoils.
Handicap wins excites many as the game changes in every half, Sunderland are priced at 8/13 with a handicap advantage of +1 goal which is a good rate for money on your bets.
The player markets also excites with Stephane Sessegnon chalked at 9/1 to open the score in the game and 3/1 to net any time within the game whiles Everton will heavily rely on Victor Anichebe who is at 6/1 to score first away and 7/4 to score within regulation time.
With all this said a come from behind for both teams to win or draw is very high on the cards, Sunderland land at 9/2 whiles the Champions League chasers are available at 4/1.
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