Norwich Betting Preview
Everton begin their 2013/14 campaign with the long trip to Norwich.
The Toffees are looking to build on their sixth-place finish last season and are 13/10 in Paddy Power's win-draw-win market to see off Chris Hughton's Canaries.
However, three of the last four league meetings between the sides have ended in score draws and Paddy Power make it 23/10 that the game ends honours and 4/6 that both sides score.
Here we take a look at some of the more intriguing bets which might tempt Evertonians into a flutter.
Marouane Fellaini got Everton off to a flyer last year against Manchester United and is 6/1 with Paddy Power to score the Blues first goal of 2013/14 at Norwich on Saturday.
The Belgian international ended the last campaign with 11 league goals (6 home, 5 away) and new boss Roberto Martinez will hope he can repeat the trick at Carrow Road.
Another option is one of Martinez's new signings. Arouna Kone's 11 league goals for old side Wigan last year included the winner in their 1-0 home win against Norwich. The Ivorian is 11/2 to score first if starting for his new side.
Kevin Mirallas has scored four goals in pre-season friendlies and the Belgian winger will be hoping for an injury-free run this season to add to his six league goals in 27 league appearance last term.
His eye-catching dribbling and eye for goal captured the imagination of Everton fans last season and he's 13/2 to be the Toffees' top scorer this term.
Everton's best away win in the Premier League against the Canaries was 3-2 in a five-goal thriller in October 2004.
On that occasion Duncan Ferguson was the winning goalscorer, with the ever-popular striker adding to strikes from Marcus Bent and Kevin Kilbane.
Paddy Power bet 22/1 that history repeats itself and the game finishes 3-2 to the Blues on Saturday.
Or even three times! Leon Osman has scored twice in his last three appearances against Norwich - including in least season's corresponding fixture.
Everton's midfield playmaker is an attractive 12/1 to score at anytime in East Anglia.