|Avg. Match Goals||2.5|
|Avg. Goals Scored||1|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.5|
|Avg. Match Goals||2.2|
|Avg. Goals Scored||1.4|
|Avg. Goals Against||0.8|
|Avg. Match Goals||1.9|
|Avg. Goals Scored||0.9|
|Avg. Goals Against||1|
|21.09.19||Everton||0 - 2||Sheffield United|
|15.09.19||Bournemouth||3 - 1||Everton|
|01.09.19||Everton||3 - 2||Wolves|
|28.08.19||Lincoln City||2 - 4||Everton|
|23.08.19||Aston Villa||2 - 0||Everton|
|17.08.19||Everton||1 - 0||Watford FC|
|10.08.19||Crystal Palace||0 - 0||Everton|
|03.08.19||Werder Bremen||0 - 0||Everton|
|27.07.19||Everton||1 - 3||Mainz FC|
|27.07.19||Everton||0 - 1||Sevilla FC|
|24.07.19||Wigan Athletic||0 - 0||Everton|
|19.07.19||Monaco||0 - 1||Everton|
|14.07.19||Sion||0 - 0||Everton|
|07.07.19||Kariobangi Sharks||1 - 1||Everton|
|12.05.19||Tottenham||2 - 2||Everton|
|03.05.19||Everton||2 - 0||Burnley FC|
|27.04.19||Crystal Palace||0 - 0||Everton|
|21.04.19||Everton||4 - 0||Manchester United|
|13.04.19||Fulham FC||2 - 0||Everton|
|07.04.19||Everton||1 - 0||Arsenal|
|30.03.19||West Ham||0 - 2||Everton|
|17.03.19||Everton||2 - 0||Chelsea|
|09.03.19||Newcastle United||3 - 2||Everton|
|03.03.19||Everton||0 - 0||Liverpool|
|26.02.19||Cardiff City||0 - 3||Everton|
|09.02.19||Watford FC||1 - 0||Everton|
|06.02.19||Everton||0 - 2||Man City|
|02.02.19||Everton||1 - 3||Wolves|
|29.01.19||Huddersfield Town||0 - 1||Everton|
|26.01.19||Millwall||3 - 2||Everton|
|19.01.19||Southampton FC||2 - 1||Everton|
|13.01.19||Everton||2 - 0||Bournemouth|
|05.01.19||Everton||2 - 1||Lincoln City|
|01.01.19||Everton||0 - 1||Leicester City|
|29.12.18||Brighton||1 - 0||Everton|
|26.12.18||Burnley FC||1 - 5||Everton|
|23.12.18||Everton||2 - 6||Tottenham|
|15.12.18||Man City||3 - 1||Everton|
|10.12.18||Everton||2 - 2||Watford FC|
|05.12.18||Everton||1 - 1||Newcastle United|
|02.12.18||Liverpool||1 - 0||Everton|
|24.11.18||Everton||1 - 0||Cardiff City|
|11.11.18||Chelsea||0 - 0||Everton|
|06.11.18||Everton||4 - 0||Gor Mahia|
|03.11.18||Everton||3 - 1||Brighton|
|28.10.18||Manchester United||2 - 1||Everton|
|21.10.18||Everton||2 - 0||Crystal Palace|
|06.10.18||Leicester City||1 - 2||Everton|
|02.10.18||Everton||1 - 1||Southampton FC|
|29.09.18||Everton||3 - 0||Fulham FC|
Use our odds comparison tool to get the best odds when betting on this grand old club in English football. Everton, based in the iconic city of Liverpool, are an established big-name team in the Premier League, although rarely challenge for the top honours, but Everton matches attract huge interest, especially when the team is facing off against one of the established current elite.
Our odds checking tool will assist you in hunting down the best value when betting on Everton, and we also provide all of the relevant recent statistics which will help inform your Everton betting. As well as the Premier League, the team often compete in the UEFA Europa League, as well as the English domestic cups, and in all these competitions you can find the best Everton odds and statistics to help you back up your choice of bet.
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The betting odds on Everton are fairly representative of a club which is always there or thereabouts in terms of the Premier League and cup competitions, without ever really making the step up to convincing challengers. At least that is true for recent years. Back in the 1980s Everton was the only club to challenge the all-winning Liverpool team of that era, making the city of Liverpool the centre of footballing success in England.
These days Everton struggle to match the exploits of their famous neighbours, but are mainstays of the English Premier League, which remains one of the most popular leagues in terms of betting in all of the world. Betting on Everton will also be popular with international audiences as an established member of that English elite league.
Although Everton rarely finish in the top four places in the Premier League, and have in fact never featured in the UEFA Champions League (getting knocked out in the qualifying rounds once), the club have appeared in the UEFA Europa League on a handful of occasions. The club is usually competitive in domestic cup competitions, and betting on Everton is often seen as an informed outside choice: the fact is that just four or five clubs tend to hoover up all domestic honours in England, and Everton are simply not one of those teams (or at least haven't been in the last 30 years or so).
The odds on Everton will always reflect that this is a team that will more than hold its own against the majority of Premier League teams, but will not regularly overcome the established elite, either in individual matches or in terms of claiming major honours.
A famous old team from the famous old city of Liverpool, Everton may not get as much exposure to international audiences as their famous cross-city rivals, but that doesn't mean that the club has been without success throughout its long history.
In fact, no other club has played in the top flight of English football for as many seasons as Everton. The football league was established way back in 1888, and in the intervening years, the team known as The Toffees have only missed four seasons of elite football, the last of those being back in the early 1950s. Everton odds have been top-flight related ever since, although the team has had a couple of scares in those years.
And Everton have far from simply made up the numbers in the English top division. The team who play in blue have claimed the title on nine occasions to date (as of the end of the 2018/19 season), making them the fourth most successful club in England in those terms (again up to the end of 2018/19). Betting on Everton these days rarely involves a tilt at the title, however, although the team is usually well-established in the top half, and often bloodies the noses of the big boys. With heavier investment, there is little doubt that Everton have the history, pedigree and support to warrant being one of the biggest clubs in the land.
In terms of the FA Cup, Everton have also enjoyed a fair modicum of success, claiming the famous old trophy on five occasions (only eight teams have won more as of the end of 2018/19) and also claimed a famous European Cup Winners' Cup in 1985. The early 1980s were an unprecedented era of success for The Toffees, securing two championships, an FA Cup and that European success. At the time, betting on Everton to claim major honours was a smart move, even if nowadays the club has not claimed a major trophy since the 1995 FA Cup (again as of the end of the completed 2018/19 season).
There have been a number of influential players to pull on the blue jersey down the years, helping add to the club's legion of fans both in England and abroad. Dixie Dean was the first superstar of the team, scoring an incredible (and record-breaking) 60 goals in the 1927-28 campaign. Dean was in fact one of the first inductees into the English football Hall of Fame. Since then there has been iconic goalkeeper Neville Southall, rugged defenders Brian Labone, Kevin Ratcliffe and Dave Watson, as well as players such as Howard Kendell and Joe Royale who also went on to become legendary managers at the club.
With the club having invested heavily in recent years on the best of English and international talent, the odds on Everton repeating their past successes are growing shorter by the year. Betting on Everton is becoming an increasingly smart choice as an outsider with pedigree.
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