Newcastle travel to Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon to take on Everton in this final round of Premier League fixtures, as Victor Chandler once again report all the money is for red hot Papiss Cisse to score first at 5/1.
Everton currently sit in seventh position in the league, one point ahead of local rivals Liverpool. Their main aim now will be to finish above Kenny Dalglish’s side.
David Moyes’ men are unbeaten in their last eight matches in the Premier League, so are certainly one of the form sides in the division. The Toffees have also conceded just one goal in seven games at Goodison Park.
However, the Toffees have drawn their last two, so will want a return to winning ways in order to go into the summer in good spirits.
Moyes will know that his side could still finish as low as ninth, making this game one they will be desperate to take all three points from. The Scotsman has done an incredible job at Everton and despite their usual slow starts to the season, manages a top ten finish without fail.
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As for Newcastle, a truly fantastic campaign could still get better for Alan Pardew and his side. Should other results go their way, the Magpies could still finish in third place.
This is a must win game for Pardew’s men who are currently one point behind Tottenham in fourth and two points adrift of third place Arsenal.
The North East side have had a slight dip in form over recent weeks, losing two of their last three encounters. They were, however, 2-0 winners at Stamford Bridge in-between these defeats.
Although Champions League qualification is the aim, it is still an incredible achievement that Newcastle are guaranteed fifth place. They were playing in the Championship just two years ago.
Last time out Manchester City were 2-0 winners at the Sports Direct Arena. It was a classic case of playing the league leaders at the wrong time, Alan Pardew had no criticism for his team what so ever.
It should be a great match on Sunday afternoon. It all gets underway from 3pm.