Everton vs Chelsea
Everton and Chelsea face-off in the FA Cup Quarter-Finals at Goodison Park on Saturday with bookmakers offering Chelsea as favourites to win the all Premier League tie.
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Everton vs Chelsea Preview
Everton and Chelsea have played each other twice already this season.
The first saw Everton win 3-1 at Goodison Park, followed by a controversial 3-3 draw at Stamford Bridge, when Terry scored in the 9th minute of injury time from an offside position.
With memories of how the last game ended, and a place in the FA Cup Semi-Finals to play for, Everton vs Chelsea is set to be a one hell of a game to bet on.
Everton vs Chelsea is live on BBC 1 at 17:30 on Saturday and is the perfect match to claim some of the many bookmakers signup offers that are currently on offer.
Everton's Best Odds: 19/10
If you’re betting on Everton to beat Chelsea, PaddyPower offers best odds at 19/10.
Everton booked their place in the FA Cup Quarter-Finals following home victories against Dagenham and Redbridge, and away successes at Carlisle United and Bournemouth.
Although Chelsea are online bookmakers favourites, Martínez’s men have home advantage and will be determined to win following the outcome the last time they played Chelsea.
Fortunately Martinez doesn’t have too many major injury worries coming into Saturday’s FA Cup match against Chelsea, with pretty much a full squad to choose from.
The only players missing are Browning and Hibbert, who could also potentially miss the rest of the Premier League season depending on their recoveries.
Everton have been pretty successful in the FA Cup, winning 5 titles and appearing in 13 finals, however the last time they won was back in 1995 with success eluding them since then.
Online bookmakers have Everton as one of the 4 favourites for the FA Cup, and a victory against an in-form Chelsea would be welcome considering their position in the league.
Chelsea's Best Odds: 8/5
If you’re betting on Chelsea winning this FA Cup match at Goodison Park on Saturday evening, Betfair offers best odds on an away win at 8/5.
Chelsea secured their passage to the FA Cup Quarter-Finals with wins against Scunthorpe, MK Dons and a 5-1 home win over a much-changed Man City side in the 5th round.
Although Everton have had more success in the FA Cup, Chelsea has secured more titles in recent seasons, bagging 7 wins and appearing in 11 FA Cup Finals.
Guus Hiddink’s squad have won 4 FA Cup titles in the last 10 years and they’ll be looking to secure their 5th FA Cup trophy to improve a poor season by their standards.
Chelsea don’t have too many injury worries coming into the game. Costa is expected to be fit after missing their last match, but Terry looks doubtful after suffering a hamstring injury.
Best Odds On A Draw: 5/2
While most bookmakers offer Chelsea as favourites to win the tie, Everton and Chelsea drew 3-3 when they played each other last month in the Premier League.
If you’re betting on Everton vs Chelsea ending in a draw, Bet Victor offers best odds at 5/2.
Another draw may seem unlikely but with both teams fighting for a spot in the FA Cup Semi-Finals, Saturday’s clash could easily end up all square after 90 minutes.
NB: Everton vs Chelsea odds correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 11:02 04/04/2016.