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Bet On The Blues

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Bet On The Blues

>> New Account Special – Get Everton to win at 8/1

Everton have won three of their last four Premier League home games against Chelsea and are 12/5 to beat the West Londoners in the late kick off on Saturday evening (5.30pm).


The Toffees are looking to extend their home unbeaten record in the Premier League to 11 games at fortress Goodison and are 4/6 in the win and draw ‘double chance’ market with Paddy Power.

>> Click here to take advantage of these odds and bet on Saturday's game now.

Everton have kept a clean sheet in their last six Premier League games at Goodison and are 3/1 to keep a clean sheet or 5/1 to win to nil against Jose Mourinho’s team.

The sides haven’t played out a scoreless draw at Goodison since December 2008 and there have been 13 goals in the last five league games between the sides. Paddy Power make it evens there willl be over 2.5 goals in the match.

The Long Shot Chelsea

Everton’s biggest home win in the Premier League against Chelsea was 3-1 in the 1997/98 season when Gary Speed and Duncan Ferguson netted before Michael Duberry’s own goal. Paddy Power make the Blues 25/1 to repeat that scoreline on Saturday.   

Lightning Strikes Twice Chelsea

Steven Pienaar has scored two goals in his last three games against Chelsea including a second-minute opener in the 2-1 home loss last December. The South African is 16/1 to get the first goal of the game or 6/1 to score at any time over the 90 minutes.

First Scorer Chelsea

With Romelu Lukaku unavailable for selection, Nikica Jelavic and Arouna Kone will be battling for a starting berth up front. Jelavic is priced at 7/1 and Kone 8/1 at to get the first goal of the game on Saturday. Meanwhile, Steven Naismith played the full 90 minutes in Scotland’s 2-1 win in Macedonia and was on the mark in the final game of last season at Stamford Bridge. Naismith is 12/1 to score first for Everton or 9/2 to score at any time against Jose Mourinho’s side.

Man In Form Chelsea

Kevin Mirallas scored for his country against Scotland last Friday and is 5/1 to score first for his team or 16/5 with Paddy Power to score at any time this Saturday evening.

Frank Lampard

If Frank Lampard scores anytime in the match, we'll refund all losing first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score and scorecast singles on the match.


New Account Only Exclusive
 
Promotional steps:
1. Register a New Account below;
2. Place your 1st Bet (max bet £10) by clicking through the link provided and take the normal price on Everton to win the game
3. If Everton win you'll be paid out at normal price straight away and you'll be topped up an additional amount to reflect the 8/1 price within 24 hours.
 
Terms & Conditions – Get Everton to win at 8/1
 
Open a new account, place a FIRST BET up to a maximum of £10 on Everton to win against Chelsea in the fixture on Saturday 14th September 2013 at the normal price on site.

If your bet is a winner, you will be paid based on the normal price and will have the extra amount, bringing the bet up to a 8/1 cumulative payout, added to your account within 24 hours.

The maximum stake for this offer is £/€10. Valid for new customers only. Duplicate accounts are not eligible for this promotion.

Customers who come through any website, seo, ppc source aside from OFFICIAL EVERTON related sites/emails are not eligible for this promotion.
Offer applies to customers based in the UK & Ireland.

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