Paddy’s Preview: Chelsea vs Everton

Everton are 9/2 to beat Chelsea away on Sunday end David Moyes’ 11-year reign at Goodison Park in style.

Chelsea are the only side to have won at Goodison Park this season but their Europa League win in Amsterdam on Wednesday night may have left a mark for the Toffees to get their revenge.

Steven Pienaar seems to like playing against Chelsea scoring two goals in his last two games against the Blues and is 18/1 to score the first goal of the game on Sunday or 6/1 to score at anytime overt the 90 minutes.

Everton signed off with a 2-0 win in their final home game of the season against West Ham which guaranteed sixth place in the table and bragging rights over Liverpool for consecutive seasons and are 25/1 to beat Chelsea 2-0 at the weekend.

Pienaar to score at anytime and Everton to win is a 17/1 chance with Paddy Power.

Republic of Ireland international Seamus Coleman praised the Toffees’ attitude in giving Moyes the send off he wanted in front of the home fans.

“We would have been a match for any side today. The players were terrific – and the level of professionalism they showed, not to get caught up in anything, is a credit.”

A victory for the visitors would see Everton claim their highest points tally in the Barclays Premier League (66) and the last four Barclays Premier League games between these sides have been lively affairs with 10 goals scored.

Both teams to score on Sunday is a 4/6 shot with Paddy Power while Everton to win and one or two total goals in match is 10/1 as the Toffees look to add to their 21 goals on the road this season.

Kevin Mirallas notched up his 10th goal of the season by scoring a brace – one in each half – against the Hammers and Paddy Power make the Belgian international 11/1 to score the first goal and 7/2 to score at anytime against Chelsea at the weekend.

Everton are 9/1 to win their final league game to nil while the visitors to keep a clean sheet is a 5/1 chance to round off a successful season for the club.

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