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Crystal Palace (A) Sat 31 Jan 2015, 15:00, Barclays Premier League
29 November 2012 16:45
After back-to-back home matches at Goodison Park, Everton hit the road on Saturday as they take on the reigning Barclays Premier League champions Manchester City.The Blues have an impressive record against Roberto Mancini’s men having won four of the last five league meetings between the two sides – including three of the last four away from home. >>> Check out ALL of Paddy Power's Manchester City v Everton markets and earn a £20 bet if you are a new customer! Everton are 6/1 to take all three points on Saturday, with the draw trading at 3/1 in Paddy Power’s online betting. While they lost last season’s away tie 2-0, Everton had won on their previous two visits to City, recording 2-1 and 2-0 victories.If you fancy another Everton triumph this time around, Paddy Power’s odds on those same scorelines being repeated are 18/1 and 35/1 respectively.Tim Cahill was often the thorn in City’s side in the past but in Leighton Baines and Leon Osman, the Blues still boast players to have netted at the Etihad Stadium. Baines is 9/1 to notch first for his team on Saturday or 6/1 to register at any time over the 90 minutes, while Osman is a very tempting 22/1 first scorer.Steven Naismith has also been a man in form for the Toffees recently and will be looking to extend his record of three goals in his last six outings. The former Rangers forward is 11/1 to get the first goal of the game or 11/2 to be the first to notch for Everton. David Moyes’ side built on a half-team lead in each of their last two victories at Eastlands and are 11/2 to score in both halves on Saturday.They have also scored twice against City in four of the last six meetings between the two and are 4/1 with Paddy Power to do so again. Check out ALL of Paddy Power's Manchester City v Everton markets and earn a £20 bet if you are a new customer!
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