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An Everton win over Fulham fronts up four division accumulator

| 13.12.2013

Wins for Everton, high-flying Derby, upwardly mobile Port vale and Burton populate this four division accumulator which, if successful, pays out at 12/1 with Ladbrokes.

Everton to beat Fulham @ 2/5

Having already championed Ross Barkley and co to continue their electric form at home to nervous travellers Fulham, this looks like banker territory, reflected by the short odds.

Looking even more imperious at home than they did under David Moyes, Everton have never beaten a Premier League opponent more times on their own patch than the Cottagers.

Derby to beat Charlton @ 5/4

Although Derby are away, this price is the jewel in the crown of this fourfold given the opposing form books on show at the Valley.

Steve McClaren has just overseen five straight wins in the division, in stark contrast to their hosts Charlton, who have lost four in the last six and two of their last three.

Port Vale to beat Stevenage @ 1/1

Vale are nestled just off the play-off places at present as three wins from their last four league assignments have seen them climb to within striking distance of sixth-place Rotherham.

Visitors Stevenage, meanwhile, arrive in Staffordshire with their tales between their legs in 21st, having slumped to three losses in their last four – including their last two.

Burton to beat York City @ 10/11

This is another price which looks fairly generous given the opposing ends of the League Two table these sides currently occupy.

Burton have a gale force wind in their sales at present – having picked up maximum points in from their last three outings.

The fact they have not conceded during that run, gives York fans more than enough reason to arrive at the Pirelli Stadium harbouring trepidation.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

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