Football Betting

Everton Betting Odds & Free Bets


It’s a case of ‘will the real Marco Silva please stand up’ at Everton this season.

The Portuguese manager did his reputation the power of good in his first season in English football when narrowly failing to keep Hull in the Premier League. He then did good enough work with Watford for Everton to make him their number one target as manager.

Everton did well enough to finish eighth last season but the fans were far from happy during much of the campaign. With plans for a new stadium gathering pace, this is an important season for the Toffees but will Silva be able to do enough good work to retain his job for all of it?

Everton Premier League Betting Odds

As with any team outside of the Premier League’s top six you’ll get silly odds on Everton winning the Premier League title. The Toffees are available at 150/1 with 888Sport but are top of the betting without the top six which shows the bookies are expecting them to improve from last season.

Everton Outright Betting Odds

Everton face some very stern competition for to be crowned the best of the rest in the Premier League. Of course, the club’s hierarchy would love for the team to secure European football but do they have what it takes to finish above all of Leicester, Wolves, West Ham and Watford?

Everton are regularly tipped as tempting outsiders for the FA Cup but you’d have to think their price looks a little skinny at a general 18/1.

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Everton Team Info & Stats

Everton Tips and Predictions

In some ways, Marco Silva has one of the toughest jobs in the Premier League. The Everton fans are rightly demanding of their team and expect to be entertained as much as for results to improve year on year.

Make no mistake, finishing above eighth would be a very good year for Everton. They’re aiming to go better than that whilst playing attacking, entertaining football. That’s a big ask.

Expect the Toffees to be in the mix with the teams mentioned above but not for them to make seventh place their own.

Everton Team Leaderboard Stats

Check who are the top leading players for the leading categories on the Premier League for Everton, just click on the ‘Goals’, ‘Assists’ and ‘Cards’ tabs to see the top players for each category.

Everton Transfers

Here’s how Everton spent their money over the summer:

Players In

PlayerFromFee
Alex IwobiArsenal£27m
Moise KeanJuventus£25m
Andre GomesBarcelona£22m
Jean-Philippe GbaminMainz£22.5m
Fabian DelphManchester City£8.55m
Djibril SidibeMonacoLoan
Jonas LosslHuddersfieldFree Transfer

Players Out

PlayerFromFee
Ademola LookmanRB Leipzig£16.2m
Nikola VlasicCSKA Moscow£14m
Phil JagielkaSheffield UnitedFree Transfer
Brendan GallowayLuton TownFree Transfer
Ashley WilliamsEnd of Contract

Everton Current Squad

PlayerAgeNationalityMarket Value
Jordan Pickford (goalkeeper)25English£36m
Jonas Lossl (goalkeeper)30Danish£4.5m
Maarten Stekelenburg (goalkeeper)36Dutch£900k
Michael Kane (defender)26English£27m
Yerry Mina (defender)24Colombian£22.5m
Mason Holgate (defender)22English£6m
Matthew Pennington (defender)24English£900k
Lucas Digne (defender)26French£27m
Leighton Baines (defender)34English£3m
Seamus Coleman (defender)30Irish£13.5m
Morgan Schniederlin (midfielder)29French£13.5m
Muhamed Besic (midfielder)26Bosnian£4.5m
Andre Gomes (midfielder)25Portuguese£25m
Idrissa Gueye (midfielder)29Senegalese£22.5m
Daniel Amartey (midfielder)24Ghanaian£7m
Fabian Delph (midfielder)29English£13m
Tom Davies (midfielder)21English£13m
James McCarthy (midfielder)28Irish£4.5m
Beni Baningime (midfielder)20English£2m
Gylfi Sigurdsson (midfielder)29Icelandic£31.5m
Richarlison (forward)22Brazilian£45m
Bernard (forward)26Brazilian£18m
Henry Onyekuru (forward)23Nigerian£12m
Yannick Bolasie (forward)30Congolese£10m
Theo Walcott (forward)30English£16m
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (forward)22English£18m
Cenk Tosun (forward)28Turkish£16m
Oumar Niasse (forward)28Senegalese£5m

Everton Honours & Records

Premier League/First Division: 9

Champions League/European Cup: 0

Europa League/UEFA Cup: 0

FA Cup: 5

League Cup: 0

Most Appearances: Neville Southall – 751

Highest Goalscorer: Dixie Dean – 383