Norwich vs Everton by FP

Alex Neil's Norwich side are certainly putting the effort in back in the Premier League, but they are finding winning extremely difficult and don't seem to score many goals. Their goals scored statistics for the last six matches reads 0-1-0-1-1-1, which just shows that they are starting to find life difficult after a promising start to the season. That run of matches did however include a 1-1 draw at home to Arsenal which was not a bad performance.


Roberto Martinez's Everton side are starting to go on a decent run of form and are unbeaten since a 2-1 defeat to Arsenal way back in October. Their form in this unbeaten run follows a distinct pattern - draw, win, draw, win, draw, win, draw. If that pattern is to carry on then Everton will win here against Norwich.


I watched the Everton vs Crystal Palace game on Monday night and Everton really impressed me despite the game finishing level. Everton hit the woodwork three times and looked excellent when going forwards, they were always a threat and would have won the game easily given any luck at all. Lukaku scored his 50th goal for Everton in that match and was on top form, along with the creative threats of Barkley, Kone and Deulofeu. Leighton Baines also made another substitutes appearance after injury to push him closer to regaining his automatic starting position.


After watching both sides recent performances, I have to back Everton to win away from home. As they are away from home the odds are slightly better so we can add in the extra insurance of 'draw no bet', which means that if the match finishes in a draw then we get our stake back.


Tip: Everton, draw no bet @ 1.80


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Pick Bookmaker Odds Stake Result
Everton - draw no bet 10bet 1.80 10 1-1 PUSH (Stake return)
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