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After a momentous midweek win against Manchester United, Everton are 4/1 to add Arsenal’s scalp to their collection this Sunday.

Roberto Martinez’s side were victorious for the first time in 21 years at Old Trafford and are 14/1 with Paddy Power to repeat their 1-0 victory at the Emirates Stadium

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Everton may be on their travels for the second successive game but the Toffees have only lost once on the road this season – away to Manchester City over two months ago. They’re 11/4 in Paddy Power’s draw no bet market to come away from the Emirates with at least a point.

While Bryan Oviedo’s winner on Wednesday made the headlines, Everton were also recording their seventh shut-out in 14 games and goalkeeper Tim Howard is 11/2 to keep a clean sheet in London.

Goal Glut

The Toffees have hit the net in four of their last five away games and are 13/8 to score at the Emirates with Paddy Power.

Everton’s biggest win in recent memory against Arsenal was the 6-1 drubbing at Goodison Park in 1985. The Toffees are 500/1 to pull of this result at the Emirates on Sunday or 25/1 to score four or more goals against the Gunners.

Oviedo Baby

Costa Rican international Oviedo has been a revelation since stepping into the side to replace the injured Leighton Baines.

The 23-year-old has now scored in his last two starts and is 9/1 to net at any time against the Gunners.

Everton’s left-back is 25/1 to get the first goal of the game or 14/1 to score first for his team.

Usual Suspect

While Oviedo has scored two from two, Romelu Lukaku is Everton’s leading scorer with eight league goals this season.

The Belgium frontman has three goals in his last three league games (Liverpool 3-3, Stoke 4-0) and is 13/2 to score first against Arsene Wenger’s side with Paddy Power, or 15/8 to score at any time.

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