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Premier League – 22/1 Bet Builder: Everton v Burnley

It’s Monday Night Football under the lights at Goodison Park tonight, as Rafa Benitez attempts to win the hearts of Toffees on Merseyside.

Burnley are the visitors and we’ve pieced together a cracking 22/1 Bet Builder:

  • Everton to win
  • Both teams to score
  • Demarai Gray to score anytime
  • James Tarkowski to be carded

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Everton v Burnley Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Everton to win

Life under the controversial reign of Rafa Benitez has been a walk in the park so far for Everton.

Seven points in nine in the league and a League Cup win has the Spaniard smiling, but he’s wise enough to understand the importance of getting home wins under his belt.

His second outing at Goodison Park comes against a winless Burnley side, and the home win looks good value here.

Both teams to score

Everton’s 16% clean sheet record at home last season was the joint-worst in the Premier League – with Burnley.

They may have a better defensively-minded coach in charge this season, but there hasn’t been a shake-up to the players in front of Jordan Pickford.

Burnley averaged a goal a game on the road last season and are well-positioned to grab one on Monday night.

Demarai Gray to score anytime

Everton’s summer signing from Leverkusen has hit the ground running on Merseyside.

Two goals in three outings for Benitez’s men sees the 25-year-old almost guaranteed of a start on Monday night.

There are a few concerns around the fitness of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, so avoiding the English striker is wise.

James Tarkowski to be carded

The ever-present nucleus of the Burnley defence, James Tarkowski, has found himself in the book 25 times over the past four seasons.

He’s already been carded this campaign (at home to Brighton) and may well find himself needing to throw his weight around again on Monday up against Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s aerial ability.

The pace of Richarlison and Demarai Gray will also be a concern for the 28-year-old.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.