David Moyes marks his 200th Premier League away game in charge of Everton against QPR on Sunday in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
The Toffees are 5/4 in Paddy Powerâ€™s online betting to take all three points with QPR at 11/5 and the draw priced at 23/10.
This fixture ended in a 1-1 draw last March with Dutchman Royston Drenthe giving Everton the lead with a powerful low drive in the 31st minute before Rangers levelled through Bobby Zamora five minutes later.
A 1-1 draw in Sundayâ€™s tie is priced at 11/2 with Paddy Power while the draw in the half-time/ full-time market is a 4/1 chance.
The international break has given Everton the chance to catch their breath after what has been a whirlwind start to the season.
David Moyesâ€™ side are riding high in the Premier League currently sit fourth in the table on 14 points after seven games – five shy of leaders Chelsea and face a QPR side that have yet to record a win in this seasonâ€™s Premier League.
Everton have taken seven points from four games on their travels this season with two wins and a draw. (Aston Villa 3-1, Swansea 3-0, Wigan 2-2 with Wigan) and will look to be among the goals again this weekend.
Paddy Power are offering 16/1 and 20/1 that the visitors can come away with a convincing away win like at Villa Park and the Liberty Stadium while its 11/1 that the score mirrors the Wigan result.
Mark Hughesâ€™ side have conceded two or more goals in their three matches at home so far (Swansea 0-5, West Ham 1-2) with the 0-0 draw against Chelsea being the high point.
Everton are 11/4 to win the game to nil with Paddy Power.
The Toffees signed off with 2-2 draw away to Wigan before the World Cup qualifiers but were rocked by the news that Marouane Fellaninâ€™s knee injury was more serious than first thought.
The Belgian international is out of Sundayâ€™s game with Mark Hughesâ€™ side and faces a race against time to be fit for the Merseyside derby a week later.
Fellaini is Evertonâ€™s joint top Premier League scorer on the road with two goals along with Nikica Jelavic who has scored 11 in his last 12 games.
The Belgianâ€™s enforced absence leaves Jelavic at 9/2 to be Evertonâ€™s first goalscorer on Sunday and 5/4 to hit the net for the Toffees at anytime.
The Croatian international to score first and Everton to draw 1-1 is 22/1 in Paddy Powerâ€™s Scorecast betting or in the Wincast market is 13/5 to score at anytime and for Everton to win.
The visitors to score â€˜exactly two or three goalsâ€™ are even money with â€˜exactly two goalsâ€™ trading at 13/5 with the online firm.