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Everton vs West Brom – One winless streak likely to end

| 26.11.2010

Everton did the double over West Brom in the last season they were in the Premier League together and the pressure is on for them to secure the three points again.

Match Odds

Both teams come into the game in patchy form, with Everton failing to win in their last four matches, while West Brom have lost four of their last five games to slip worrying down the Premier League standings.

Everton have proved difficult to beat as they have only lost four of their last 25 top-flight encounters, but a lack of goals from different sources has resulted in them struggling to win games.

David Moyes’ team are 4/7 to beat West Brom and it is hoped that the club’s strikers soon begin to hit the target more frequently.

West Brom have not won at Goodison Park since 1979, but have already gained unexpected results at Arsenal and Manchester United this season.

Another strong away display could make them good value at 5/1 to beat Everton.

To Score At Any Time

Everton’s strikers have only managed two league goals between them this season and that has left them over-reliant on Tim Cahill popping up with goals from midfield.

The Australian already has seven Premier League goals, including five in his last eight appearances, and he is 1/1 to find the target at any point within the 90 minutes against West Brom.

Yakubu is 6/5 to strike at any time and grab a second goal of the campaign.

Peter Odemwingie is liable to cause Everton the most problems and be West Brom’s leading attacking threat. He is 3/1 to add his name to the scoresheet.

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.