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On the eve of the new Premier League season, Everton announced a new betting partnership with Coral.

The agreement will see the Club link-up with one of Europe’s leading high street betting brands to deliver a range of dedicated interactive services.

Each week, in conjunction with Coral, will be bringing fans the best odds ahead of the Blues’ forthcoming fixture.

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Roberto Martinez’s men open the campaign with a trip to newly-promoted Leicester City – the Toffees’ first trip to what’s now called the King Power Stadium since March 2004.

It will be Everton’s 100th meeting with Leicester in all competitions – the Toffees have won 38 games and Leicester 31 times.

The game could see Romelu Lukaku make his second debut for the Club. The big Belgian is priced at 6/4 to score at any time against the Foxes.

Romelu Lukaku

Ghanaian winger Christian Atsu, who completed his season-long loan switch from Chelsea in midweek, could also play some part. You can back him at 10/3 to announce his arrival with a goal.

If Everton win on Saturday, the Toffees will have recorded five wins in six away league fixtures. This has been done once before in the Premier era - in October and December 2008. Back the Blues at 6/5 to take all the spoils this Saturday.

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There has not been a draw in the last 19 Everton games, dating back to the 1-1 stalemate at West Bromwich Albion in January. The Blues have won 12 and lost seven of those matches. Odds of 12/5 can be found for Everton to return from the trip to the East Midlands with a point.

As for the season as a whole, Blues boss Martinez will be masterminding a strategy to hopefully eclipse the fifth-place Premier League finish in 2013/14.

Odds of 13/8 are available to consolidate another top-six berth and if you think Everton can break into the Champions League qualification positions, why not invest in the 13/2 price?

Lukaku was the Club’s top marksman last season, smashing 16 goals in all competitions. The former Anderlecht man is 18/1 to finish as the Premier League top scorer.

And for those think that this will the year that Tony Hibbert, who signed a new two-year deal this summer, finally scores a competitive goal for the Club, then back him at 4/1!

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