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Price Boost: Chelsea to beat Everton with both teams scoring enhanced

| 30.08.2014

Manchester United’s clash against Burnley may already have huge importance attached to it after Louis Van Gaal’s side’s 4-0 League Cup demolition at the hands of MK Dons, but for Ladbrokes customers the lunchtime kick-off takes on huge significance once again.

The bookmaker is boosting the price on Chelsea to beat Everton with both teams finding the net from 3/1 to a tempting 5/1.

And this price is available from the moment the build up to Manchester United v Burnley begins at 12.15 right until the first goal of the game, so be sure to take advantage of this excellent price before it’s too late.

The Toffees face another tough Saturday evening assignment in the Premier League with Jose Mourinho’s side following Arsenal as the visitors to Goodison Park.

Last week Ladbrokes’ 7/1 Price Boost nearly came in with Arsenal fighting back to earn a 2-2 draw but Arsene Wenger’s team could not find the winning goal.

But Chelsea, who have made a 100% winning start to the campaign, could go one better and take all three points back to London with this fixture having a history of both teams scoring.

In six of the last 10 Premier League meetings between the two sides both teams have found the back of the net with Chelsea coming out on top on two occasions.

And with Everton shipping (and scoring!) plenty of goals so far this season – the Merseyside outfit scored and leaked two goals against both Leicester and Arsenal – Mourinho’s attacking options will be licking their lips.

Chelsea will be without Diego Costa for the trip to Goodison after he suffered an injury in training but with Didier Drogba ready to step into the breach, ably supported by the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Eden Hazard and Andre Schurrle, the Blues have the firepower to cause Everton problems.

Roberto Martinez’s side stunned the Blues last season with a 1-0 victory but two years ago the west Londoners left Goodison Park with a 2-1 win.

Mourinho’s men enjoyed another 2-1 success away at Everton, albeit in the League Cup, and with 10 of the last 14 clashes between the two sides ending with both teams scoring this looks like a Price Boost to be on side with.

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

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Oliver Yew