Everton betting preview with Betway

Fernandes Celetwo

It was a victory fit to grace the London Stadium, as West Ham United beat Chelsea to book a place in the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup. But now attentions quickly return to more pressing matters and Sunday’s hugely important Premier League clash away to Everton.

The Hammers are very much the form team as they head to Merseyside, with Slaven Bilic’s men on a three-match winning streak in all competitions – their longest run of victories since March.

All of which means there’s good value in Betway’s 100/30 for West Ham to win on Sunday.

Conversely, Everton are without a win in their last five matches in all competitions, a dismal run that stretches back to the middle of September. The Toffees are 4/5 to end that unwanted streak, with the draw priced at 11/4.

Last season’s league fixture at Goodison Park was a thriller, with the Irons coming from two goals down to win 3-2, thanks to a late Dimitri Payet winner.

A repeat of that scoreline is 28/1 on Betway’s ‘Correct Score’ market, with the ‘Over 4.5 goals’ market currently priced at 15/4.

That day, it was Romelu Lukaku who opened the scoring, giving Everton a half-time lead. He’s already bagged six league goals this season and is 3/1 to score the first goal again.

Also on the scoresheet was Michail Antonio whose goal kick-started the Hammers’ amazing comeback.

He’s 7/2 to score at anytime this weekend, while you can get Everton to lead at half-time and West Ham to win at full-time at 33/1 in Betway’s ‘Half-Time Full-Time’ market.

In recent seasons, clashes between Everton and West Ham have meant goals, with both teams finding the net in each of their last six meetings. Both teams to score is priced at 13/20, while you can get a West Ham win with both teams scoring at 13/2.

Elsewhere, while it’s been a good week on the pitch for the Hammers, it’s been a great one off it for Payet, who became only the fourth West Ham player to be nominated for the Ballon d’Or – a fitting reward following his heroics for club and country over the past 12 months.

The Frenchman is 33/1 to scoop football’s most prestigious individual accolade, and he’s 9/1 to mark that with the first goal of the game on Sunday, while you can also get Payet to score at anytime and West Ham to win at 15/2.

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Odds correct at the time of writing