David Moyes returns to Goodison Park for the first time since leaving Everton at the end of last season.
There’ll be plenty the Manchester United manager finds familiar upon his arrival back on the blue half of Merseyside, including being underdogs in the match betting stakes, with bwin going 19/10 about an away win in opposition to the 7/5-rated Toffees.
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Accurate aim will see a £57 profit shot down if the visitors succeed here, while a £42 bounty is in the offing if full welcome bonus faith is placed in the hosts.
Those opining over a share of the spoils can get paid out at 11/5 too, but all of the aforementioned options should be steered clear of in favour of these sure fire alternatives.
Both teams to score – No @ 3/5
Recent renewals between these two have rarely been vexing occasions for both goalkeepers, with only one of their previous six encounters – a 4-4 Old Trafford epic back in 2011/12 – seeing a representative of each side scrawled on the scoresheet.
Furthermore, a staggering nine of the Red Devils’ last 13 outings across all competitions this term, as well as three of Everton’s last five would have all rewarded backers of this bet.
Over 2.5 goals @ 4/5
Roberto Martinez’s men relinquished their stranglehold on fourth spot in a left-field loss at home to Crystal Palace in midweek.
The 3-2 scoreline provided the fifth outing in six in which the Goodison faithful have savoured more than 2.5 goals in a match, while United’s fans are also growing accustomed to sampling similarly goal-laden affairs, witnessing four of their last five shatter this barrier.
More goals in the second half @ 6/5
The most rewarding of this trio of pocket-liners is the most likely to cop according to the stats.
In 16 combined games, only once – Everton’s recent 3-0 demolition of Arsenal – have more goals been plundered prior to the half-time orange intake.
More have come in the second 45 in each of United’s last six, while the Toffees’ matches have followed suit in nine from ten.