EVERTON have roared up to second in the Premier League but face a huge test of their title credentials when Manchester City come calling tonight.

The Toffees have won four in a row in the league yet McBookie make them 11/2 outsiders here, with City hot favourites at 40/85 and the draw 7/2.

That’s because Pep Guardiola’s men are 10 games unbeaten themselves and have won their last five against the Toffees. Over 2.5 goals came up in four of those games but a repeat here pays just 4/7 at McBookie.

Sergio Aguero could start for City after coming off the bench at the weekend and is 6/5 with 888Sport for a goal.

Chelsea let me down at the weekend and now host an Aston Villa side in fine form. I’m backing them to get back on track and a Blues win with BTTS pays 19/10 at McBookie.

Crystal Palace crashed 3-0 to 10-man Villa on the back of a 7-0 thrashing by Liverpool and morale will be at rock bottom for the visit of Leicester.

The Foxes are evens with McBookie to score over 1.5 goals and that looks good value.

Super Single

  • Over 1.5 Leicester goals (Evs, McBookie)

Deadly Double

  • Over 2.5 goals at Chelsea & Everton (153/100, McBookie)

McBookie Star Bet

  • City have won after a drawn first half in their last two meetings with Everton and a repeat here pays 10/3.
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