Everton face Swansea at the Liberty Stadium in the early game on Saturday live at 12.45 on Sky Sports 2.
The Toffees will want to get back to 11 v 11 for this game after the referee and linesmen made a cameo appearance for Newcastle in the 2-2 draw on Monday night at Goodison denying the Toffees two legitimate goals and all three points.
Manager David Moyesâ€™ wasnâ€™t slow to hide his â€˜disappointmentâ€™ at the officials afterwards and the Toffees are 9/5 in Paddy Powerâ€™s online betting to take all three points at Swansea with the home side trading at 23/10 and the draw chalked up at 9/4.
The visitors have a decent record against Swansea and are unbeaten in 15 starts in all competitions winning 11 and drawing four although last seasonâ€™s games was the first time the clubs had met in 28 seasons.
Everton won 2-0 at the Liberty Stadium last March where Monday nightâ€™s opening goalscorer Leighton Baines got the Toffees off the in the 59th minute before Nikica Jelavic made the points safe on 76 minutes.
A repeat of that 2-0 scoreline on Saturday is trading at 10/1 while Leighton Baines to open the scoring and Everton to win 2-0 with the England defender to score at anytime is 15/2 in Paddy Powerâ€™s Wincast betting.
Moyes was impressed with new signing Kevin Mirallis up front on his first Premier League start who made a few chances for himself with his direct style of play.
The Belgian international is 7/2 in the first to score for their team market with Paddy Power.
Nigeriaâ€™s Victor Anichebe replaced the injured Jelavic on Monday night scored one and had one disallowed, and trades at 17/2 to score first for Everton if gets the nod on Saturday.
The Nigerian has now scored in six of his 11 appearances as a sub in the Premier League and could be worth a look at 17/2 in the last goalscorer market if sprung from the bench again.
For the teams to be drawing 0-0 at half-time and Everton to win 2-0 is 30/1 in the Half Time â€“ Full Time correct score market while Everton to win to nil is 16/5 in Paddy Powerâ€™s online betting.
The Toffees are unbeaten in 15 starts against the Swans in all competitions with 11 wins and four draws but the sides only renewed acquaintance last season after a gap of 28 years when Swansea won promotion to the Premier League under Brendan Rodgers.