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After defeating Stevenage on Wednesday evening, Everton are 5/4 to follow up with victory against Cardiff in the Barclays Premier League on Saturday.

Everton scored 22 goals on the road last season and are 8/15 in the draw no bet market or 7/2 in the win-draw-win and both teams to score market with Paddy Power.

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Paddy Power Long Shot

No other team in the Premier League has won more corners than the Blues in their two opening games (19). Sylvain Distin is priced at 40/1 to grab the first goal on Saturday if you fancy the Frenchman to make his presence in the air count.

And if you fancy a real long shot...The last time Everton and Cardiff met in the top-flight in 1962 the Toffees ran out 8-3 winners at Goodison Park. Roberto Martinez’s side are 1,000/1 with Paddy Power to win by that margin on Saturday.

Paddy Power Lightning

Everton’s last two visits to Wales have resulted in 2-0 and 3-0 wins against Swansea. While the coach driver will be setting the sat-nav for the Welsh capital for the first time in 51 years, Everton to repeat those scorelines in Wales is 9/1 and 19/1 respectively with Paddy Power.

Paddy Power First Scorer

Steven Pienaar and Kevin Mirallas made Ben Foster work hard for his clean sheet last weekend as they searched for their first league goals.

Pienaar is 14/1 to score the opening goal of the game while Mirallas is 15/2. Steven Naismith and Arouna Kone came off the bench at the weekend and are 13/2 and 12/1 to score the last goal of the game.

Paddy Power Man In Form

Seamus Coleman’s energetic wing-play has seen him described as the Toffees’ 12th man by Naismith. The Irish international scored against Norwich and came close against the Baggies in shaving the woodwork late on. Coleman is 12/1 to score at any time against Cardiff on Saturday.

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