Goals fancied but not a Leeds United victory at Everton with Toffees trio rated clear threat

EVERTON are strong favourites to condemn Leeds United to a fifth Premier League defeat of the season at Goodison Park tonight with England international forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin odds on with some firms to score.
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Carlo Ancelotti's sixth-placed hosts are also odds on with some layers to beat Marcelo Bielsa's Whites with the Toffees no bigger than 17-16 to take all three points.

Leeds can be backed at 11-4 with the draw on offer at 14-5 and Everton's no 9 Calvert-Lewin is not surprisingly favourite to net first and hot favourite to notch at any point during the game.

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The Premier League's top scorer with ten goals is 9-2 favourite to open the scoring but no bigger than 6-5 as an any time scorer and as short as 10-11 with some.

KEY TRIO: Everton's Premier League top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates netting in last weekend's success at Fulham with Richarlison, right, as James Rodriguez, left, runs in behind. Photo by John Sibley - Pool/Getty Images.KEY TRIO: Everton's Premier League top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates netting in last weekend's success at Fulham with Richarlison, right, as James Rodriguez, left, runs in behind. Photo by John Sibley - Pool/Getty Images.
KEY TRIO: Everton's Premier League top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates netting in last weekend's success at Fulham with Richarlison, right, as James Rodriguez, left, runs in behind. Photo by John Sibley - Pool/Getty Images.

Everton's Richarlison is next in the first scorer market at 11-2, the same price as team-mate Cenk Tosun who has yet to start or score this term, with Patrick Bamford then 13-2 and shorter than James Rodriguez (17-2).

United's Rodrigo can be backed at 10s with Tyler Roberts (21-2), Raphinha (11s) and Mateusz Klich (23-2) then all coming above the next Everton men in the list in Anthony Gordon (23-2) and Bernard (12s).

Given the two side's defensive records and the attacking talent on display, both teams to score is not surprisingly very short at 4-7 with a 1-1 draw actually favourite in the first scorer market at 15-2.

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A 2-1 triumph for Everton is next at 17-2 followed by a 1-0 win for the Toffees at 10s and only then the first scoreline resulting in a United triumph with a 2-1 success for the visitors on offer at 12s.

The two sides are meeting in what is the first Premier League clash between the duo at Goodison Park for over 17 years and the contest comes 21 years after the two sides shared a 4-4 thriller at Goodison back in October 1999.

You can get 250-1 for a repeat of that one...

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Thank you Laura Collins