Evertonians have another weekend off before Newcastle visit Goodison Park on Monday night as the Barclays Premier League returns after the international break.
The Toffees are 5/6 favourites to keep up their impressive home record of 12 wins, two draws and one loss with the Magpies at 10/3 and the draw a 5/2 shot.
WBA derailed the fine start to the season before the squad broke up and manager David Moyes will look to â€˜Fortess Goodisonâ€™ to get the show back on the road.
A 3-1 home win against the Magpies last May in the last game of the season added to the impressive home record of 31 goals for and five against in an unbeaten 15 match home run.
Evertonâ€™s last four meetings with Alan Pardewâ€™s side have yielded two victories and two defeats and a repeat of the May scoreline on Monday is 13/1 in the Correct score market in Paddy Powerâ€™s online betting.
Steven Pienaar, Nikica Jelavic and John Heitinga were on the score-sheet that day and are 12/1, 11/2 and 33/1 respectively to be the first goal scorer in Monday nightâ€™s televised game.
Pienaar to open the scoring and to go on to win 3-1 again is 100/1 in Paddy Powerâ€™s Scorecast betting.
The Toffees saw Pienaar and Jelavic scored one each in the 3-1 away win at Villa Park last month and the pair are 17/2 and 7/2 respectively in the first to score for their team market.
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Dutch international Heitinga is in line to make his 99th appearance for the club and is 22/1 to do likewise.
David Moyesâ€™ side face Newcastle with five straight HOME victories behind them that has seen 14 goals for and just one conceded â€“ and that was Tony Hibbertâ€™s own goal in the May game against the Magpies.
Former Everton striker Tim Cahill saw red that day and if you place your bet on Paddy Power Mobile and if there´s a red card in this match, we´ll refund losing First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Correct Score & Scorecast bets on the match!
Evertonâ€™s blistering start to the season and 11 game unbeaten run in the Premier League came unstuck at the Hawthorns and Moyes will have the players motivated to pick up the winning thread again.
The Toffees lucky charm Darron Gibson came off injured in that game so technically heâ€™s still â€˜unbeatenâ€™ in an Everton shirt in the Premier League since he joined from Manchester United last season.
The Republic of Irelandâ€™s midfielder missed the away game to Kazakhstan last Friday so should be well rested if recovered from injury to drive the Blues forward again.