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With fourth-placed Arsenal drawing at home to Manchester City last weekend, Everton’s win at Craven Cottage means they now sit just four points off the Champions League places with a game in hand over the Gunners.
A victory against Arsenal at Goodison Park this weekend at 8/5 would put Champions League qualification very much in Everton’s control.
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Although the visitors possess the best away record in the Premier League, on goal difference over Tottenham, Arsene Wenger's men have managed just one win in their last five top-flight games.
They’ve also won just once in six away games in all competitions, a run which includes a 5-1 defeat at Anfield and a 6-0 loss at Stamford Bridge.
Here we assess the best value our official betting partner, Paddy Power, has to offer on Sunday’s clash…
Roberto Martinez’s men come into this game on the back of a five-game winning-streak in the Premier League. At Goodison Park they’ve won eight straight matches in all competitions. Confidence is high, and since losing in the FA Cup at Emirates Stadium in early March, the Blues have won four in-a-row, scoring 11 goals in the process. Everton have also netted three in each of their last three games and they’re 13/2 to grab exactly three on Sunday or 9/2 to net three or more.
Steven Naismith gave a man-of-the match performance against Fulham, despite only coming on at half-time. The Scot has shown this season that he’s capable of having an impact when it matters and could be the one to make something happen against the Gunners. He’s 6/1 to score the last goal.
Romelu Lukaku has scored in four of the six games he’s played since his return from an ankle injury sustained in January. The Belgian frontman is Everton’s main attacking threat and he certainly possesses the pace, power and movement to trouble the Arsenal backline. He scored in the defeat at the Emirates last month and he’s 9/2 to register first or 13/10 to net anytime on Sunday.
On-loan winger Gerard Deulofeu scored one of his three Premier League goals in Everton’s 1-1 draw against Arsenal in December. Like Lukaku, the Spaniard is fit and fresh following a spell on the sidelines and he’s a healthy 11/4 to score anytime in the weekend’s big game.
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