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Everton travel to Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon looking to inflict the double over Manchester United for the first time since the 1969/70 season.

The Blues won August’s meeting at Goodison Park 1-0 and odds of 9/2 are available for David Moyes’ side to take all three points once again.

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Last season, the Toffees scored two goals in the last seven minutes to claim a sensational 4-4 draw.

A repeat of that eight-goal extravaganza is 225/1 in Paddy Power’s online betting, while Jelavic, who scored twice in that game, is priced at 850/1 to score first and the game once again to finish 4-4.

Everton to win and 3 or 4 total goals to be scored in the match is 9/1, whereas six or more goals is 15/2. Over 4.5 goals is trading at 7/2.
Everton’s battling qualities were on show again last weekend when they came from 3-1 down to earn a point against Aston Villa with Marouane Fellaini’s 90th-minute equaliser rescuing the home side.

The Belgian international was the difference between the sides in Everton’s 1-0 win last August and he is looking for his third goal in three games against the Red Devils.

Fellaini is 12/5 to score at anytime against United and 7/2 to score first for Everton on Sunday. Paddy Power also make the Blues’ leading marksman 11/2 to net from outside the box over 90 minutes.

A Jelavic header put Everton in front at Old Trafford last season and the Croatian striker can be backed at 8/1 to give the visitors the lead again in a game where Everton are 13/8 to score first.

The Toffees added another three goals in the second-half fight-back that day and are 4/1 with Paddy Power to score in both halves. Odds of 11/4 are available for both teams to hit the target inside the first 45 minutes.

In the match specials market, Jelavic can be found at 9/1 to score with a header at any time throughout the 90 minutes.

Scorer of four goals in January, Leighton Baines is priced at 16/1 to repeat his heroics from the win at St James’ Park and register direct from a free-kick.

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