Arsenal v Everton: Get More From Premier League Betting At bet365
Arsenal take on Everton in the Premier League on Saturday 24th October and it’s the perfect opportunity to make the most of the football betting offers at bet365.
Arsene Wenger’s side are currently enjoying a rich vein of form, picking up five wins in their last six Premier League and went one better in midweek – as they saw off Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 2-0 in the Champions League. Having kept clean sheets in their last three games in all competitions, the Gunners will surely look for another win at The Emirates on Saturday evening.
Everton will look to bounce back from a disappointing 0-3 defeat to Manchester United at Goodison Park last weekend, which brought their five-game unbeaten run to an end. The Toffees have drawn against Arsenal’s fierce North London rivals Tottenham and Swansea either side of a 3-2 win at West Brom in their last three away trips, so will have every confidence of picking up a good result on the road once more.
With only Chelsea getting the better of the Gunners since their opening day defeat to West Ham, Arsenal will surely be confident of inflicting a second straight defeat on Everton on Saturday evening.
Bore Draw Money Back
Arsenal have kept clean sheets in all bar one of their last six Premier League clashes, while Everton have conceded seven goals in that time. Although, Roberto Martinez’s men have endured two goalless stalemates in their last three away games, so it’s hard to predict just how this game will pan out.
Most punters will of course be hoping for an entertaining game with goals galore but, if that’s not the case and the game does indeed finish 0-0, punters staking on the Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time and Scorecast markets for Arsenal v Everton with bet365 will at least have their bets protected by a refund of losing stakes thanks to the firm’s bore-draw promotion.
Each-Way First Goalscorers
Alexis Sanchez has scored six goals in his last three Premier League appearances, so should be a popular choice in the First Goalscorer market – as he looks to open the scoring for a third consecutive game.
With Olivier Giroud scoring his fifth goal of the season against Bayern Munich, it remains to be seen if Wenger picks the Frenchman – who opened the scoring in this fixture last season – to lead the line for the Gunners against Everton or sticks with Theo Walcott – who has netted four times – for this Premier League encounter.
Romelu Lukaku has seven goals to his name this season – with five of those strikes coming in the Premier League – and should continue to feature up top for the visitors in this one.
Steven Naismith – who has already scored a hat-trick against defending Premier League champions Chelsea this season – will look to get in amongst the goals against another of last season’s top three sides should he feature, so their should be plenty of punters who will be happy to take a chance on the Scottish forward to open the scoring.
Meanwhile, midfielder Ross Barkley have found the net three times already this season and can be considered for an outside bet to score once more against Arsenal.
A great feature at bet365 is the ability to back each-way first goalscorers – settled on all goalscorers at 1/3 odds for unlimited places in 90 minutes play. It means that you can have an each-way First Goalscorer bet on Arsenal v Everton and be safe in the knowledge that bet365 will pay out if your player scores anytime during the game.
Partial Cash Out
There is another safety net offered by bet365, with the option to Cash Out your bet in-play if the game looks to be going against your bet or you just want to be sure of a profit.
With this feature, you can Cash Out a bet in its entirety or you can partially Cash Out your bet and leave the remainder of your stake to run.
If you’re heading for a winning bet but the other team is threatening to score, you can cut and run with the returns that bet365 offer at that time by clicking on the Cash Out button located below your selection(s).