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Countdown Boosts: Everton receive the full enhanced treatment

| 02.08.2016

In a season where Leicester became champions, Tottenham landed a Champions League spot and West Ham and Southampton both challenged hard for a place in the top four, Everton’s 11th place finish was a major disappointment.

With a squad boasting Romelu Lukaku, Ross Barkley and a number of other young talents, the Toffees should have finished much higher up the table.

But changes have been made, and Ronald Koeman has succeeded Roberto Martinez in the Goodison hotseat.

With the Blue half of Merseyside raring to improve this time around, we’re giving the Toffees a whole host of price boosts…

08:00-12:00: Everton to score 65 or more Premier League goals WAS 5/1 NOW 7/1

The Toffees hit 59 goals last term, and their attacking potential was clear for all to see. Under Koeman, Everton could easily find another six goals or more this time around.

12:00-15:00: Any Everton player to score 16 or more Premier League goals WAS 6/4 NOW 2/1

Romelu Lukaku found the net 18 times last term. If Everton keep hold of the Belgian, he’s sure to smash through the 16 goal mark once again.

15:00-18:00: Everton to finish above Liverpool WAS 7/2 NOW 5/1

The blue half of Merseyside has only finished higher than the red half twice since 2004, but with such a competitive season expected, the rejuvenated Toffees could be set to challenge those from across Stanley Park once more.

18:00-22:00: Everton to finish in the Top 6 WAS 7/2 NOW 5/1

Many felt Everton’s squad could and should have achieved a top-six spot last term. That was something Koeman succeeded in with Southampton however, and the Dutchman knows what is required to get the maximum out of a fine squad at Goodison.

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.