Next Match:

Lille (A) Thu 23 Oct 2014, 18:00, Europa League

Betting Preview: Oldham


Everton v Swansea

To buy, click here or call 0871 663 1878. Alternatively, visit the Park End box office, Everton Two or TicketQuarter.

Don't Miss Out

The Aston Villa game has now sold out but visit stubhub, our official ticket marketplace, to purchase tickets from fans who cannot attend the fixture. CLICK HERE.

Everton will look to make home advantage count against Oldham on Tuesday night and progress to a quarter-final tie against fellow Premier League side Wigan.

David Moyes’ side drew 2-2 at Boundary Park after strikes from Victor Anichebe and Phil Jagielka.

>>> Everton vs Oldham – Check out all betting markets plus new accounts can grab a free £20 bet once they place an initial £10 wager!

If the Nigerian international is fit enough to play after missing Saturday’s game against Norwich, Paddy Power make him 3/1 to get the game’s first goal or 23/10 to score first for his team.

Jagielka is 22/1 to score last for the Toffees who have come through two away ties in the FA Cup already this season.

Everton have not been beaten in 12 out of their 13 home league games in the Premier League this season scoring 22 goals in that time and are 5/6 to win the game to nil or 1/2 to be winning at half time and full time against Oldham.

Everton scored the opening goal in their 5-1 win over Cheltenham Town and in the 2-1 victory against Bolton and are 1/6 to open the scoring against the League One side.

A repeat of those scorelines against the side that shocked Liverpool 3-2 in the last round is 20/1 and 9/1 with Paddy Power.

Nine players have scored the Toffees’ nine goals in their Cup run to date with four conceded.

Nikica Jelavic got the opening goal against Cheltenham Town and the Croatian international is 3/1 to score first against the Latics.

Steven Pienaar – who was voted the club’s player of the month for January - set the Merseysiders up with an 18th-minute strike against Bolton and is 7/1 to hit the back of the net again on Tuesday night.

Everton supporters will have one eye on Wembley if their side overcome Oldham and Paddy Power make the Toffees 9/2 third favourites to win the tournament.

Leon Osman was on the mark against Norwich at the weekend with his 49th Blues goal and the England international is 17/10 to score at anytime against Oldham and get his 50th goal for the club.

>>> Everton vs Oldham – Check out all betting markets plus new accounts can grab a free £20 bet once they place an initial £10 wager!

Related Tags



View More
  • Jagielka: Win For The Fans
  • Martinez's Reaction
  • Everton 3-0 Aston Villa - 20 Minute Highlights
  • Martinez: We Earned It
  • The Verdict: Graham Stuart
  • Coleman Glad To Be Back


View More