FBI Betting Column: Back Mirallas to shoot down Swansea


Kevin Mirallas to score first v Swansea is a top tip at 15/2 this weekend. The Belgian trickster claims he is still finding his feet at Goodison football-wise, and that he still needs a few more games to be fully fit. However, he has looked very promising for the Toffees in his first few appearances and will no doubt gain sharpness as each match comes along. So far he has averaged 3 shots per game which ranks him 15th in the league for shooting frequency.

Also in the score first category, StanJames give a shockingly overpriced 18/1 for Leighton Baines to break the ice. Some other great Bainesy odds include the 6/1 price for him to score at any time, and also the huge 12/1 from Boylesports for him to get the first assist.

Paddy Power are offering some great odds for this game including 17/2 offered for Victor Anichebe to be the last scorer. Plus, Paddy Power offers an extremely generous 6/4 just for Everton to win. For more Swansea v Everton related betting tips check out Paddy Power’s Everton betting zone.

Dead certs…..

  • Everton to win and keep clean sheet
  • Mirallas to score anytime / Everton win double

Selected Odds from Paddy Power

  • 8/11 Under 2.5 goals
  • 9/2 Draw H/T, Everton F/T
  • 17/2 Anichebe last goal

Over 2.5 Goals Treble:

Liverpool v Manchester United, Manchester City v Arsenal & Blackburn v Mboro. A £5 stake returns £28 at Willie Hills.

Under 2.5 Goals Treble:

Wigan have seen under 2.5 goals in their last 8 home matches against Fulham in all competitions.  Up in the decaying SPL, Aberdeen cannot score but are solid defensively, with 5 of their 6 games so far under 2.5 goals. West Ham have kept 3 clean sheet from 4 and Sunderland average the fewest shots in the league so….

A £5 stake on Wigan v Fulham,  West Ham v Sunderland, Aberdeen v Motherwell all to finish with under 2.5 goals returns £23

Goalscorer Treble:

A £5 stake on Robin Van Persie, Dimitar Berbatov and Jermain Defoe all to score at any time returns £49

Good luck!

Tom Clarke – @TomClarke40


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