Kick Off: 1500, 18/03/2017
Stadium: Goodison Park
Everton’s run of form, especially at home, means they are now just three points behind fifth-placed Arsenal. Although a top-four finish is probably beyond them, their season could be defined by trips to Manchester United and Liverpool at the start of April.
Hull’s hopes of beating the drop received a massive boost at the weekend when a 2-1 win against Swansea put them within a point of safety.
Trueform Tips: Everton have enjoyed their home comforts while Hull have had travel sickness all season so anything other than a win for Ronald Koeman’s side is not worth consideration, even if that form is reflected in the odds for Everton v Hull.
A Look At Everton’s Betting Odds
Everton are really starting to motor and with the fourth-best home record in the Premier League, Hull will have to pull out all the stops to get anything from this game.
The Toffees have won their last five matches at Goodison Park and by big margins too. Starting from their most recent match their record reads: W3-0, W2-0, W6-3, W4-0, W3-0 and they have been leading at half-time in four of their last five games.
City have been making strides under Marco Silva but Everton to win to nil against Hull at 29/20 looks appealing, as does leading at half-time/full-time at 13/10.
Everton to win 3-0, as they have done in two of their last five home matches, is also attractive at 19/2.
A Look At Hull’s Betting Odds
Hull remain one of the favourites to make a return to the Championship but their form has started to pick up lately.
However, their improvement has been restricted to games at the KCOM Stadium and with just one point from their last 12 games on the road, it’s hard to see anything but a win for Ronald Koeman’s team.
There is hope for the Yorkshire side, who are unbeaten in their last three matches against Everton and they were just six minutes from beating the Merseysiders earlier in the season.
Hull have been holding their last three opponents at half-time so Draw/Everton at 31/10 has its attractions.
EVERTON 3-0 West Brom – Kevin Mirallas, Morgan Schneiderlin, Romelu Lukaku
HULL 2-1 Swansea – Oumar Niasse
Head-to-head: Hull 2-2 Everton, Hull 2-0 Everton, Everton 1-1 Hull, Hull 0-2 Everton, Everton 2-1 Hull