The Toffees travel to the Midlands to face the Baggies on Monday and our tipster is backing the visitors to spoil Pepe Mel's first match in charge at the Hawthorns
Roberto Martinez brings his side into this match having suffered only one defeat in their last 15 matches. The Toffees sit just outside the top four, knowing a win taking them back into the Champions League places and above Liverpool.
Last time out Martinez's side put in a solid performance to beat Norwich City 2-0. Betway price them at 23/20 (2.15) to take the victory tonight.
West Brom are currently sitting dangerously close to the relegation places after suffering back to back defeats. Crystal Palace beat them 2-0 at the Hawthorns, before Pepe Mel's side were beaten 1-0 away to Southampton.
The Baggies are in 15th position in the Premier League but victory could take them to 11th. Betway price them at 5/2 (3.50) to win. The same firm prices the draw at 23/10 (3.30).
Everton's Seamus Coleman has been in inspired form since the end of November. The right-back has netted five goals in his last 10 games and the price of 6/1 (7.00) with Paddy Power that he nets anytime may be worth a small investment.
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Looking at the form of both sides, it's tough to ignore Everton's price to win this match. Despite West Brom likely to up their game for their new manager, the Toffee's should have enough to take the victory. 23/20 (2.15) with Betway is certainly worth taking advantage of. If you're a new customer, don't miss out on the 3/1 (4.00) for the Toffees to collect another three points.
It's worth noting that Everton have a fantastic record against the Baggies, coming out on top four times in their last six fixtures, so history appears to be on their side here too.
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