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Everton travel to Burnley this weekend looking to halt a run of three straight draws by taking all three points at Turf Moor.

If you’re backing Ronald Koeman’s side to do just that, our betting partner William Hill are offering the tempting price of 4/6 on a Blues win.

Romelu Lukaku has been in fine goalscoring form, netting nine goals in his last seven appearances for club and country - and you can get odds of 3/1 for the Belgian to score first on Saturday or 6/1 (enhanced from 9/2) for him to score two or more goals.

Elsewhere, the Toffees' goals have been spread around so far this season, but if you are searching for a good price, look no further than the two full-backs with Seamus Coleman 5/1 to score anytime and Bryan Oviedo 10/1 to score anytime.

The Clarets have scored five times in five home games this campaign and, if you think they might nick one but you still fancy a win for the visitors, there is a price of 3/1 on Everton to win and both teams to score.

William Hill will be offering one of the most comprehensive list of betting opportunities throughout the season – with over 240 pre-match markets and over 180 in-play markets on all Premier League games. And, if you like to have a bet on multiple games, then why not join our exclusive new ‘Offer Club’ where you can get a free £5 bet every week just by betting with William Hill (T&Cs apply).

It’s also easy to find William Hill whether you are in the UK or somewhere else in the world. Hill’s offer betting facilities through their shops (UK), online, mobile, IOS and tablet.

If you fancy a flutter on Everton, click
here.

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