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Everton haven't lost to Swansea in 17 fixtures in all competitions and are 7/5 with Paddy Power to pick up all three points at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday (4pm).

The Toffees have triumphed on their last two league visits to the venue (3-0, 2-0) and are 11/1 and 22/1 to win by the same margins against Michael Laudrup's side, who have won two and drawn three of their last five league games.

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Blues on fire

The blue half of Merseyside are now unbeaten in their last nine league games and are 5/2 to score exactly two goals or 6/1 to score exactly three goals in the game with Paddy Power.

Tim Howard has kept eight clean sheets so far this term and is 21/10 to keep a clean sheet, while Everton are 16/5 to win to nil with the online firm.

Supe Kev

Kevin Kevin Mirallas netted Everton's second in last season's 3-0 win against the Swans and is 9/4 to score at any time against Michael Laudrup's side on Sunday.

The Belgian international notched against Fulham last week with a strike from outside the box for Everton's fourth of the game and his second of the campaign.  

Mirallas to score first and Everton to win 3-0 is 100/1 in Paddy Power's Scorecast betting, while the winger to register at any time and Everton to take all three points is a 4/1 chance.

Unlikely source

Seamus Coleman put in a man-of-the-match performance last weekend against Fulham, giving his side a 2-1 lead with a key goal at a vital moment.

His overlapping runs from right-back have been a feature of Everton’s play this term and Coleman has been rewarded with three goals to date.

The Irish international could therefore be good value at 25/1 each-way to score the first goal of the game or 10/1 to score at any time over the 90 minutes.

Pienaar is great

Steven Pienaar has been in fantastic form lately and provided an 18th-minute assist for Leon Osman’s opener against Fulham last weekend.

The former South African international created four other chances for his teammates and completed 43 of his 46 attempted passes.

Pienaar’s sole strike this season came against Hull City but he’s 14/1 to score first for his team on Sunday or 5/1 to hit the onion bag at any time.

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