Two teams who are struggling to get back into the winning habit meet on Merseyside when Everton host Chelsea and with bwin returning stakes on all losing correct score bets if a player scores two or more goals, get on the 2-2 draw at a juicy 12/1.
With the west Londoners involved this money back special is well worth a punt.
Frank Lampard bagged Premier League braces in two matches in 2012/13 and Fernando Torres, Ramires, Juan Mata and John Terry all managed to score twice in a game last season.
Potential Chelsea debutant Samuel Eto’o also cracked home a few doubles last season, getting on the scoresheet twice in two Russian League matches and a Europa League tie for Anzhi Makhachkala.
Jose Mourinho has yet to taste an away victory in his second coming as Stamford Bridge boss and may have to wait a bit longer with Roberto Martinez’s improving Toffees up next.
Mourinho’s side are 23/20 to snatch all three points and it’s 23/10 that Everton can claim their first win under former Wigan chief Martinez.
With four of the six league games so far involving these teams ending in draws, however, 23/10 about a share of the spoils at Goodison Park looks the most likely eventuality.
The Europa League-holders are worthy favourites having gone unbeaten in competitive fixtures since the Portuguese returned to the club, but their opponents have won three of their last four home league meetings with Chelsea and have reasons to be cheerful themselves.
Martinez’s men were by far the better side in their away stalemate against Cardiff and would have picked up the win if it were not for some errant finishing from Kevin Mirallas.
They may have lost Mirallas’ international teammate Marouane Fellaini, but midfield duo James McCarthy and Gareth Barry could make their debuts after arriving on deadline day.
Arouna Kone is also pushing for a starting place having come on for the last 20 minutes in Wales and the forward, who scored 11 times in the league at Wigan last season, looks a good bet at 3/1 to score at any time with his fellow strikers misfiring.