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Everton v Brighton Betting Offer: Huge 50/1 on Marco Silva's men to take the points

11:01 WAT 02/11/2018
Gylfi Sigurdsson Everton 2018-19
The Toffees welcome the Seagulls to Merseyside for this Premier League fixture and new SportPesa customers can get a boosted price on a home win

Everton will be looking to get back on track in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon when they welcome Brighton to Goodison Park.

The Toffees went down 2-1 at Manchester United last weekend to end a three-match winning streak but face an in-form Seagulls side who have won three Premier League games in a row for the first time ever.

Despite that, Everton are just 5/8 (1.63) to claim victory – with Brighton out at 5/1 (6.0) – but new SportPesa customers can get a huge 50/1 (51.0) on the hosts in the same market. £1 exact bet, T&Cs apply. Winnings paid in bonuses.

To get involved, simply open an account through any of the links on this page and open an account with the online bookmaker. Then place your first bet of exactly £1 on Everton to win and if they do so, your account will be paid out at the regular price and topped up to 50/1 (51.0) in bonus credit.

Although Everton were perhaps unlucky to have suffered defeat at Old Trafford last Sunday, they are unlikely to be disheartened coming into this clash.

Their run of three Premier League wins in a row was the first time since January 2017 that they had achieved that feat, and they ended up beating Bournemouth 6-3 in the next game after that sequence was broken.

Everton won this fixture 2-0 last season and given that Brighton have only won three away games since gaining promotion to the top flight in 2017, taking a total of just 15 points from an available 72 away from the Amex.

In contrast, Marco Silva’s men have won 13 of their last 24 home games and with a fully fit squad, the Toffees should have few problems seeing off a Seagulls side that has scored just eight goals in their last 18 away games.

The 50/1 (51.0) price on Everton to win, then, looks set to be a popular play ahead of this Saturday afternoon Premier League fixture.