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Everton head into Saturday's clash with Hull City looking to bounce back instantly from losing their unbeaten record at Manchester City last time out.

The Blues had been in fine fettle up to then, recording three wins and three draws to put themselves right up among the league's top four.

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That's where they'll be aiming to return with victory this weekend and Paddy Power make us 4/9 favourites to tame the Tigers at Goodison Park.

But where can the real value be found? Here we assess the most attractive odds our official betting partner has to offer…

He's Grrrreat!

He’s already done it once this season and if you fancy England man Leighton Baines to follow up his fine performances for the Three Lions with a brace against the Tigers on Saturday, Paddy Power will give you a tempting price of 16/1. Given he’ll be the man behind almost every free-kick and a shoo-in if there’s a penalty, this long shot may just take your fancy. Everton to score from the spot is also available at 4/1.

Roar Deal

Last time Hull travelled to the blue half of Merseyside in March 2010, they found themselves on the end of a 5-1 rout. One of the Everton goals that afternoon came from the boot of Richard Garcia - right past his own goalkeeper, Boaz Myhill. Paddy Power make it 15/2 for history to repeat itself and the game to witness another own goal - or you'll get 22/1 if you can see an own goal opening the scoring. Another 5-1 win is handsomely priced at 50/1!

Leon the Lionheart

Leon Osman has had his fair share of joy against Hull City in the past, having notched twice in his four appearances against Saturday’s opponents. Over the course of his Everton career, he’s generally managed a goal every five games - but he hasn’t found the back of the net since registering against Man City in March. It may just be time for his luck to change and, at 10/1, the 32-year-old makes an intriguing first scorer bet.

Two Will Do

Everton may not have faced Hull too often in recent times, but their three victories over the Tigers in the Premier League era have come by a comprehensive aggregate scoreline of 11-1. In fact, since the Tigers’ top-flight debut, the Toffees have scored at least two goals in every game against Hull, win, lose or draw. With that in mind, we are a tempting 11/5 to score exactly two goals in the game, or 7/4 to score three or more goals over the 90 minutes. If you see a goal glut in the offing, Everton to win and three or four total goals to be scored is an alluring 21/10.

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    RT @sammatterface: Sometimes you cover games that are just thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. That was one of them.