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by Andy Lewis @efc_andylewis

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Should David Moyes stick with the side that defeated Wolves last time out then Louis Saha can expect to spearhead Everton’s quest for points at the Reebok Stadium this Saturday.

Should the teamsheet remain unchanged then Tim Cahill will be the man looking to support the Frenchman – and it is probably fair to say that both are due a goal.

Cahill, in particular, is long overdue the opportunity to dish out a beating to the corner flag.

Official Club betting partner 188BET prices the Aussie at 6.5 (11/2) to score his first goal of the calendar year by opening the scoring against Bolton and, given  that he is well beyond his usual ratio of scoring once every four games, that could prove great value.

Cahill came close to ending his lean spell on a number of occasions against Wolves and will be desperate to get going against the Trotters.

Saha, meanwhile, is also priced at 6.5 (11/2) to make the breakthrough, and given his undoubted quality, is sure to be well backed.

Jack Rodwell missed out last weekend but has been in decent goalscoring form in the past month. The 20-year-old also provided England with a constant threat going forward in the recent internationals. The midfielder is an appealing 12.0 (11/1) to get the scoring underway on Saturday.

The Blues lost 2-0 at the Reebok last term and are a 2.25 (5/4) shot to avenge that defeat. If you fancy picking the correct score then a popular 2-1 outcome is priced at 9.0 (8/1).

The season before last saw Bolton prevail 3-2 in this fixture and if you fancy another goalfest then you can get 1.9 (10/11) on there being over 2.5 goals in the game.

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