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Stoke City (A) Wed 4 Mar 2015, 19:45, Barclays Premier League

by Matthew Gamble @efc_mattgamble

Everton are 4/9 with Paddy Power to record their fourth home win on the bounce in the Barclays Premier League as they entertain QPR on Saturday afternoon.

David Moyes' side are just six points off Spurs with a game in hand as they chase a top-four place, having drawn 2-2 away with the London side last weekend.

Phil Jagielka and another Kevin Mirallas wonder-goal gave the Toffees a share of the spoils and Paddy Power make the England international Jagielka 17/2 to score at anytime against Harry Redknapp's side.

Mirallas - whose season has been affected by injury since signing from Olympiacos in the summer - has now scored three goals in his last four league games for Everton and is 5/1 to be the game's first goalscorer and 11/8 to score at anytime over the 90 minutes.

Moyes - voted the Barclays Premier League Manager of the Month for March - will be driving his side on to take maximum points at home again after his side won all three of their league games in March.

The Goodison Park outfit have won two of their last three games at home to nil (Stoke 1-0, Man City 2-0) and are 11/8 to win to nil with Paddy Power on Saturday or evens to  keep a clean sheet with the online firm.

The Toffees have taken the lead in their last three home games before taking all three points and Paddy Power make them 2/5 to score the game's first goal and 1/2 to score their first team goal in the first 45 minutes.

Everton are 5/2 to win both halves and 11/10 to score in both halves while the Toffees to be winning at half time and full time is 11/10. Or you can back Moyes' men to win the first half only at 5/6.

Leighton Baines was revealed to be the most creative player in the top five European leagues last week, laying on 97 goal-scoring opportunities with his play down the left flank.

The England left-back also hasn't missed a league game all season - clocking up 2,880 minutes of football so far this term and is 16/5 to score at anytime and add to his five Premier League goals.

Everton to win by exactly one goal is 12/5 while the home side to win and one or two total goals in the match is 13/5 with Paddy Power as their push for European football next year continues.

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