Hungry Everton have been eyeing up Arsenal’s attractive fourth-place abode for some time and now, with the residents holidaying down Wembley way, is their chance to clamber in through the window and claim squatters’ rights.
Given Roberto Martinez has the prospect of booking a place at the captain’s table with which to motivate his side the 3/4 about them beating Sunderland looks tasty.
The Black Cats’ 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace is the sole outing in which they’ve been able to avoid defeat in their last eight games.
Nine out ten punters probably wouldn’t even back the 18/5 about them nabbing a much needed three points with a £30 free bet like the one provided to those who sign up for new bwin.com accounts, while the draw is a little less attractive 5/2 shot.
Away from the generous odds about a visiting victory, news.bwin.com/en/ identify three Toffeetastic bets more deserving of your complimentary wager.
Everton to score three goals or more @27/10
Martinez’s men have lined the pockets of this bet’s backers in their last four outings and the way Sunderland capitulated when it became clear the game was up at White Hart Lane will have the visitors licking their lips.
The weary Wearsiders have allowed at least two goals in seven of their last eight outings.
Second half to contain more goals than the first @ 6/5
A good 45 minutes of hypnotic passing is usually enough to seriously discombobulate Everton’s foes and they’ve notched more than twice as many league strikes after the interval as before it this term.
Romelu Lukaku to score @ 11/10
Cold-shouldered by renowned man management ace Jose Mourinho, the Belgian is feeling the love at Goodison Park, as the impassioned embrace with Martinez after his strike against Arsenal illustrated.
He’s now struck five times in six starts and substitute appearance since his return from injury.