Chelsea's title defence has begun in somewhat turbulent fashion, with matters on and off the pitch seemingly a far cry from the stability of last season.
The Blues have looked vulnerable in their two matches so far which have brought a 3-2 home defeat by Burnley and a late 2-1 win at Spurs, and this has been compounded by rumours about the future of the manager.
Antonio Conte will nevertheless be in the dugout on Sunday lunchtime when an impressive Everton visit Stamford Bridge, and if Burnley caused Chelsea problems on the opening day, the Toffees should be able to as well.
Ronaldo Koeman's side have already played six matches this season including their Europa League qualifiers, during which time they are unbeaten and have scored in every game.
One selection stands out clearly for this game and that is backing both teams to score at a generous-looking 21/20 (2.05) . This selection proved a regular winner at Stamfrod Bridge last season and has paid out in nine of Chelsea's last 11 home league fixtures.
The last time the Blues failed to score at home in a league game was 16th April 2016 and they can generally be relied upon for goals.
Everton, for their part, have already started strongly, scoring in all six of their competitive matches this term, while the Goodison Park outfit have also netted in 10 of their last 13 away games in the Premier League.