All odds accurate at the time of publishing on 19th November 2020.
Everton to Win @ 20/23
Since making their best start to a season since 1894 by winning their first 7 consecutive matches, Everton have now failed to win in their last 4 league games. A draw in the Merseyside Derby against Liverpool was followed by defeats to Southampton, Newcastle and Manchester United. But the Toffees should have a good chance to get back to winning ways this weekend as they travel to Fulham. The Cottagers have lost 6 of their 8 games in the Premier League this season, and only have 4 points from their 8 games. In fact, the only sides Fulham have taken points from are Sheffield United and West Brom, who are themselves both winless and sit in the league’s bottom three. Everton have also only lost 2 of the last 13 meetings between the sides and have won 9 of those games. We’re tipping the Toffees to turn their form around in this one and an away win is 20/23.
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No team has conceded the first goal more times than Fulham this season, with the Cottagers shipping the first strike in 6 of their 8 matches so far this season. The only games in which they’ve not conceded first were their matches against winless West Brom and Sheffield United. Everton, meanwhile, have scored first in half of their games, drawing first blood in their matches against Manchester United, Brighton, West Ham and Crystal Palace and there’s a good chance they’ll get their noses in front first in this one too. You can back Everton to score the first goal at 8/15 with 10Bet.
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Calvert-Lewin has started the season on fire in front of goal for Carlo Ancelotti’s side with 8 goals in 8 games in the league and 11 in 10 matches in all competitions. He scored a hat-trick in Everton’s 5-2 win over West Brom and has found the back of the net in their games against Liverpool, Tottenham and Crystal Palace. The former Sheffield United man has also made his debut on the international scene in the last couple of months and has scored twice for the Three Lions in 3 appearances. He’ll be the Toffees’ main goal threat in this game and is the favourite to score at 21/20 with Ruby Bet.