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

by Matthew Gamble @efc_mattgamble

Everton have emerged victorious from each of their last 19 league games at home against Fulham and are 8/15 with Paddy Power to keep that run going on Saturday.

The Toffees won this fixture 4-0 last year and a repeat of that scoreline is 19/1 with the online bookmaker as the home side look to keep up their record of having only lost once in the league at Fortress Goodison this season.

Nikica Jelavic got two of the four goals in this fixture last term, including a seventh-minute penalty, and the Croatian international is 5/1 to get the first goal of the game or 11/8 to score at any time. The Blues are also 4/1 to net a penalty at some stage during the 90 minutes.

Marouane Fellaini is the Club's leading scorer in the Barclays Premier League with 11 goals to date and is looking for his fifth goal in four games against the Londoners.

The Belgian international is 7/2 to score first for his team against Martin Jol's side or 5/1 to notch the last goal of the game.

The sides drew 2-2 at Craven Cottage earlier in the season, with Fellaini striking twice before Fulham denied Everton all three points with a 90th-minute equaliser.

Both of these sides like to get on the ball and create chances and the last five games have produced 18 goals, with 13 coming for Everton and five for the Cottagers.

David Moyes' men are therefore priced at 11/5 to win in a match witnessing three or four total goals, while the Toffees to score in both halves is 6/5.

There has been four goals in three of the last five games between the sides and over 3.5 goals is a 7/4 chance with Paddy Power.  Over 2.5 goals, meanwhile, is trading at 4/6.

Everton to score two or more goals in the match is a 1/2 shot, while the Toffees to plunder three or more goals is 17/10.

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