Shola Ameobi

Newcastle United travel to Everton on Monday in the Barclays Premier League (8pm kick-off),

Alan Pardew's side looked impressive against Leeds in the Capital One Cup in midweek but face a sterner test in the shape of an away trip to Goodison Park.

The Magpies will be looking to get back to winning ways following their narrow loss to Hull City last weekend at St. James' Park. The Toffees came from behind away at West Ham and were on the right side of a 3-2 scoreline at Upton Park.

Betting partner 138.com brings United fans the best odds ahead of the fixture:

 

Match Odds

Roberto Martinez's Everton side have started the season in impressive form, unbeaten and looking strong throughout.

Newcastle have struggled in recent years at Goodison Park, having won only once in their last ten trips to the blue half of Merseyside. The last five fixtures between these sides have produced a total of 17 goals and five of the last six at Goodison Park have had at least three goals.

Everton earned a fantastic 1-0 victory in their last home game, beating Jose Mourinho's Chelsea. The Chelsea strikers were wasteful throughout the match with 15 of their 21 shots being fired off target.

Papiss Cisse got off the mark during the week and Loic Remy scored a brace last weekend, so if that tandem can start working well together they will undoubtedly trouble Everton's backline.

Everton: 8/13

The Draw: 11/4

Newcastle: 9/2

 

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Value Bets

Everton haven't been prolific at home so far, with only one goal scored in their two games at Goodison Park. The value looks to be in the Half Time/Full Time market and the Over/Under Market.

Draw/Newcastle: 10/1

Over 2.5 Goals: 5/6

 

Combo

Hatem Ben Arfa to score first and Newcastle to win 2-1: 100/1

Papiss Cisse to score first and Newcastle to win 2-0: 150/1

 

First Goalscorer

Loic Remy: 15/2

Papiss Cisse: 9/1

Hatem Ben Arfa: 10/1

Yoan Gouffran: 14/1

Yohan Cabaye: 14/1

 

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