Betting Preview: Norwich
Featured odds from betting partner, Paddy Power.
Everton are unbeaten in their last seven matches against Norwich City and are 11/10 to take all three points in Saturday’s meeting at Carrow Road.
The sides had to settle for a 2-2 draw in the corresponding game last season with Nikica Jelavic twice putting the Toffees ahead before the Canaries equalised on each occasion.
The Croatian international is 6/1 to return to form and be the game’s first goalscorer, or 12/1 to score two or more goals for the visitors this weekend. Jelavic is also 15/8 to score at anytime over the 90 minutes in Paddy Power’s online betting.
David Moyes’ side are unbeaten in six of their last seven away games in all competitions, winning four of them. Which such a promising record on the road, Everton are 8/11 to score the first goal, while Paddy Power make the visitors 4/9 in their draw no bet market.
The last three fixtures between the sides have ended in score draws, most recently 1-1 at Goodison Park in November, and Paddy Power bet 4/6 that both sides will score over the 90 minutes.
Everton have scored an average of 1.38 goals on their travels this season, netting 18 goals in 13 away games. Therefore, the Blues to win and one or two goals in the match is available at 7/2 with Paddy Power.
A quarter (10) of Everton’s 40 goals this season have come between the 30th and 45th minute. Everton to score their opening goal in the first half is 5/6 with Paddy Power, whereas the first goal of the game coming after the 28th minute is trading at 10/11.
Punters willing to squeeze that window a little can get 13/2 with Paddy Power that the time of the first goal is between the 31st and 40th minute.
Jelavic scored Everton’s brace in the 23rd and 61st minutes last season and the Toffees are 21/10 to score in both halves on Saturday. David Moyes’ side to score exactly one first-half goal is 6/4 while Everton to score exactly one second-half goal is 7/5.
Two goals in this fixture would bring up Everton’s 300th away from home in all games under David Moyes’ reign and Paddy Power will give you 2/5 that the visitors score exactly two goals at Carrow Road this weekend.