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Crystal Palace (A) Sat 31 Jan 2015, 15:00, Barclays Premier League
08 November 2013 11:11
Heading into Saturday’s game, the signs are good for in-form Everton. The Blues have won on their last two Barclays Premier League visits to Selhurst Park and are 4/7 with Paddy Power to bring up the hat-trick of victories on Crystal Palace’s home patch.Roberto Martinez’s side have already won one game this term in the capital - 3-2 success at West Ham - and are 22/1 to repeat that scoreline against the Eagles. The visitors to score exactly three goals against Palace is a 4/1 shot with Paddy Power, while Everton to win by exactly one goal or exactly two goals is a 23/10 and 7/2 chance respectively. But where else can the betting value be found this weekend? Here we assess the best odds our partner Paddy Power has to offer...>>> Click here to bet on Crystal Palace v Everton with Paddy Power and take advantage of these fantastic odds. Everton won their last two games at Selhurst Park 3-1 (in 2004 and 1998). The visitors are 11/1 with Paddy Power to record the same scoreline at the weekend. Romelu Lukaku is Everton’s leading scorer this season with five Barclays Premier League goals. The Belgium international is Paddy Power’s 7/2 favourite to get the first goal of the game.Leighton Baines scored two wonder goals in September’s victory at Upton Park and the England international’s deadball skills could be called on again. Baines is 10/3 to score at anytime over the 90 minutes against a Palace side that have only won once at home and have conceded 10 goals in the process – including two penalties. Everton have kept a clean sheet in two away games so far this season – at Cardiff City and Aston Villa - and are 11/10 not to concede a goal on Saturday. The Toffees are 6/4 to win to nil with Paddy Power or 3/1 to win both halves with the online firm against Palace who have failed to score in three of their five home games. >>> Click here to bet on Crystal Palace v Everton with Paddy Power and take advantage of these fantastic odds.
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50' The young Blues almost take the lead for the first time after great pressing forces an error, but Duffus' effort is saved. 2-2. #EFCU21
#EFCU21 sub at the break - Ryan Ledson on for Conor Grant. It's 2-2 as we start the second half.
HT: Everton U21s 2-2 Fulham U21s. Young Blues fight back from two goals down with fine efforts from Henen and Williams. #EFCU21
GOAL! Everton U21s 2-2 Fulham U21s. A perfect header from Joe Williams nestles in the top corner following Jones' cross. Well in, lads!