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Everton will finish above Liverpool for the second successive season if they beat Liverpool in the Merseyside derby at Anfield on Sunday (1.30pm) - and the Blues are 11/4 with Paddy Power to take all three points.

David Moyes’ side can look to their fight back from two down after 20 minutes at Goodison Park to draw 2-2 and are 14/1 to come from behind and win at the weekend.

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Everton have conceded just three goals in their last seven matches – keeping a clean sheet in five of those – and are 6/1 to win to nil with Paddy Power, while Tim Howard is 7/2 to keep the home side from scoring.

England international Leon Osman led the charge when getting the Blues’ first goal in the draw last October and is 9/1 to again score first for his team and 11/2 to score at anytime over the 90 minutes.

Scottish striker Steven Naismith levelled on 35 minutes that day and is 5/1 to score at anytime against the red half of Merseyside, while a repeat of the 2-2 scoreline is 11/1.

The Toffees have drawn eight of their 17 games on the road this season and are 7/4 in Paddy Power’s ‘Draw No Bet’ market.

A well-worked strike from Steven Pienaar gave Everton a valuable 1-0 win over Fulham last weekend to keep the dream of European football next season alive.

Pienaar was scoring his sixth Barclays Premier League goal of the season and is 11/2 to follow up that goal and net at anytime against Liverpool.

Leighton Baines’ performances this season earned him a place in the PFA’s team of the year last Sunday night. His accuracy from dead-ball situations could be called into play in what will be a feisty encounter and Paddy Power make him 16/1 to get the game’s first goal or 9/1 to score first for his team.

Marouane Fellaini is his side’s leading scorer with 11 of Everton’s 52 league goals this season and will be a handful for a Liverpool defence that have conceded six goals in their last five league games.
Fellaini is 8/1 to get the first goal of the game or 4/1 to score first for his team as the Toffees look to add to their 21 goals on the road this season, while Everton are 13/10 to score first in their push for European football next season.

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