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Betting Preview: Chelsea

by Adam Clark @efc_adamclark

Everton will be looking to give David Moyes a winning send off on Sunday and complete their season with victory at Chelsea.
The Blues will also be out to exact revenge over the only side to register a league win at Goodison Park this term – a 2-1 triumph in December. 

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According to Paddy Power, 9/2 is the price for Moyes’ men to claim their fifth away win of the season as the Scot looks to cap his 11-year tenure with a record Premier League points haul.
Steven Pienaar seems to like playing against the Londoners having scored two goals in his last two games against them, and the South African is 18/1 to net the first goal of the game or 6/1 to register at any time.
Everton signed off with a 2-0 win in their final home game of the season against West Ham last weekend – a result which guaranteed the Blues will finish sixth and above Merseyside rivals Liverpool for the second successive season.
It was the Club’s third 2-0 win of 2013 and Paddy Power make it 25/1 they will repeat that scoreline once again on Sunday.
Kevin Mirallas notched his eighth goal of the season with a brace against the Hammers and the Belgian international is 11/1 to score the first goal in the capital and 7/2 to score at any time.
It wouldn’t be a surprise to see the winger on the scoresheet either - the last four Barclays Premier League meetings between the two sides have witnessed as many as 10 goals.
As a result, both teams to score on Sunday is a 4/6 shot with Paddy Power, while Everton to win and there to be either one or two total goals in the match is priced at a tempting 10/1.
If you fancy Everton to keep things tight though, the Blues are 9/1 to wrap the campaign up with a win to nil and 5/1 to give former defender Moyes one final clean sheet to saviour.

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