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David Moyes celebrates his 500th game in charge of Everton this weekend as the Blues head to Bolton in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

The Scot saw his side emerge 2-0 winners the last time they visited the Reebok Stadium in November 2011 and Paddy Power make them 4/6 to overcome the Championship outfit again on Saturday.

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Confidence will no doubt be high as the Blues head to Lancashire on the back of a six-game unbeaten run away from home and successive clean sheets in their last two games. As a result, a victory to nil could be appealing and Paddy Power make Moyes’ men 9/5 to win without reply.

A repeat of that 2-0 scoreline in November 2011 – an afternoon when Marouane Fellaini and Apostolos Vellios were on the scoresheet – is 7/1 with the online firm, while Everton to win by exactly two goals is a very tempting 4/1.

Fellaini – the Club’s top Premier League marksmen with eight goals this term – is 5/1 to open the scoring at the Reebok and 7/5 to hit the net at any time. Vellios, meanwhile is 13/2 to register the game’s first goal and a 2/1 any time scorer.

Fifth in the Barclays Premier League standings, Everton were 5-1 winners in the last round of the FA Cup away at League Two Cheltenham Town.

Nikica Jelavic broke the deadlock in that clash and the Croatian is 9/2 to send his side on their way again on Saturday, while the Toffees are rated 13/1 to win by four or more goals and 7/2 to win both halves.

Everton are odds-on at 8/15 with Paddy Power to score first, 1/3 to win either half or 6/5 to be winning at half-time. The Blues to score two or more first-half goals is 7/2 and, if you fancy there being a penalty in the game, you can get that at 15/8.

One of the biggest plusses to come out of Monday night’s trip to Southampton was the return from injury of Kevin Mirallas. The Belgian will be hoping to step up his recovery at the Reebok and the Belgian international is 9/5 to score at any time and register what would be his first goal since the 3-0 win at Swansea in September.

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