Donovan Debut Delight?
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Everton travel down to The Emirates on Saturday looking to do something they’ve not done since 1996 and that’s beat Arsenal away from Goodison Park. Paddy Power make Everton 15/2 chances to come away with the three points, some pundits will think that’s too short for the task that Everton face but you can be sure David Moyes will not allow his side to be steamrolled by the Gunners again. A draw wouldn’t be a bad result for Everton at 10/3 given the form of the opposition.
2/5 Arsenal win
15/2 Everton win
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The big talking point this weekend is obviously the possible debut of American international Landon Donovan, Paddy Power have wasted no time pricing him up at 11/1 to score the first goal, if it looks like he’s going to start on the bench he’s also 11/1 to score the last goal. He comes to Everton with a big reputation from the MLS and will add something different to Everton’s attack, you can also back him at 9/2 to score at anytime on his debut at The Emirates.
Arsenal have often been accused of being too light weight and susceptible to the physical side of the game Everton will have two players in Cahill and Fellaini who will be looking to get in amongst any goalmouth action on Saturday. Both are big prices for the opening goal and bound to worth considering.
First Scorer Betting
If Everton are to win this you have to think it’ll be by a narrow margin, Paddy Power go 17/2 on Everton winning this game by a single goal or a massive 35/1 on them winning by a two goal margin. There’s also plenty of value looking at the halftime/fulltime market for instance; Everton to lead at halftime and fulltime is 14/1 even Everton to lead at halftime and the match to end a draw looks good at 17/1.
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