Roberto Martinez takes Everton, the only remaining unbeaten side in the Premier League, to the Etihad looking to build on the club’s considerable success in recent times.
With a historically favourable record inflating their chests, it’s reasonable to expect the Toffees to find the net during this latest raid on the Blues of Manchester. Despite that, the visitors are 4/1 shots to win the game while City sit as 8/13 favourites and the draw priced at 3/1.
It’s just as well then that this game comes topped with a delicious bwin offer where, should a first or any time goalscorer be successfully backed and then go on to score one or two more, bwin will double or treble those odds.
After Romelu Lukaku’s bristling start to life on Merseyside, he’s the obvious candidate to get on the visitors’ scoresheet and the perfect route to take with such an offer.
Lukaku hasn’t limited himself to solitary strikes in England
In the last eight games that the powerful Belgian has scored, for either West Brom or Everton, half of them saw him go on to bag either a brace or a hat-trick.
His odds to score any time in the match are already priced at an absurdly healthy 11/4 considering his explosive entrance into the campaign and if he continues that multi-goal form into the City trip, punters can enjoy an extremely profitable afternoon.
Everton are unfazed by Etihad trips
Roberto Martinez’s new side have thoroughly enjoyed their day trips to City, which only further aids Lukaku’s chances of scoring.
They have toppled the former league champions nine times in the last 12 meetings home or away and have only lost once in their last six as guests, winning four.
Regardless of the result, Everton tend to score in this fixture and have only been shut out twice in the last 11 renditions.
Martinez has the Toffees scoring freely on the road
Bill Kenwright’s club have only failed to score in two of their opening eight games in any competition and only one of those blotches occurred on the road.
In the three other matches they’ve played on their travels Leighton Baines and co have scored six goals, a marked improvement from the end of last term where they were stopped scoring in five of their last ten trips.