Everton play the second game of their tricky double-header this week when they travel to the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea, as Brendan Rogers’s side leap off the coupon at a mouthwatering price of 11/10.
Their midweek game with Arsenal went to scrip, with the Gunners running out 1-0 winners on the night, and this game is not likely to be much easier.
Despite being a promoted team, the Swans are always a daunting proposition, especially on home territory where they have still only lost two games all season.
Furthermore, they go into the game looking for their fourth straight win in the Premier League, having seen off Fulham, Manchester City and Wigan in their last three outings.
It is quite incredible to think that with just nine games remaining this season, Brendan Rodgers’ men find themselves sitting comfortably in eighth on 39 points and surely with any relegation worries well and truly behind them.
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Even more incredible is the fact that at the start of the season, they were many pundits’ favourites for relegation, but now can claim to be the highest placed promoted team, even though it has been a relatively successful year for all three sides that came up.
David Moyes’ Everton, however, will be hopeful that their added Premier League experience will help them become just the third team to come away with a win from the Liberty.
Before their defeats to Arsenal and Liverpool in recent weeks, they found themselves on a decent run of form that saw them win three out of five games.
Even so, they still sit in the top half of the Premier League knowing that they probably only need one more win to confirm their place in the top flight next season.
When these two sides met earlier in the season at Goodison Park, it was Everton who came away with the three points, thanks to a close 1-0 win.
Swansea are still looking for their first ever win against the Toffees, having failed to pick up three points against them in 13 league meetings down the years.