Everton welcome a break away from league action this weekend with an FA Cup fixture against Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday evening.
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Goodison Park plays host to the fourth round tie, which kicks off at 8pm.
The Toffees enjoyed a stunning start to the new Premier League campaign under experienced boss Carlo Ancelotti. A poor run of form followed, but they have since bounced back to sixth spot in the table.
Their FA Cup journey meanwhile kicked off last weekend. But it certainly wasn’t straightforward for the top-flight side against Championship Rotherham.
Cenk Tosun netted an early opener, with Matthew Olosunde levelling the scores in the second half. An extra-time strike from Abdoulaye Doucoure, however, spared Everton’s blushes.
Sheffield Wednesday have struggled in their Championship campaign so far. They sit second from bottom, with just six wins from their 23 games.
Sunday’s FA Cup game will, therefore, give them an opportunity to focus on something other than a difficult league campaign. They also played in the cup last weekend, with Adam Reach and Callum Paterson securing a 2-0 win at Exeter.
Despite their current predicament, the Owls are unbeaten in their last five matches. They’ve won four of those. Everton meanwhile have three wins from their last five, losing the other two.
Neil Thompson’s men can be backed at 10/1 to cause an upset and progress with a win in Merseyside.
But the hosts remain strong favourites at 3/8 to come out on top.
A draw has been given odds of 9/2.
Both teams to score throughout the 90 minutes can be backed at 21/20. A home win and both teams to score is also 21/10, with an away victory and both teams to score currently 35/2.
Clean sheets have been a rarity for both clubs this season. But that could all change when they meet in the famous competition under the lights. An Everton clean sheet is currently 6/5, with a Wednesday clean sheet available at 17/2.
The first goal could be crucial in this one, with both sides involved in low-scoring games in recent weeks. It could, however, be a chance for Ancelotti to rest several regulars, meaning Tosun could lean the line once again.
The striker has been given odds of 4/1 to open the scoring, with youngster Anthony Gordon available at 9/1.
Sheffield attackers Jordan Rhodes and Paterson are currently 12/1 and 21/1 respectively to score first.