With two games still to play Everton are already destined to finish seventh ahead of the visit of Watford on Friday.
The Hornets also head into the game with little to play for other than pride but they’ve been in awful form of late, and I expect that to continue at Goodison Park even if there is an end-of-season feel to this clash.
Everton are winless in their last three but one of those games was a home clash with Champions elect Chelsea. The Merseyside outfit lost at Swansea last time but they are fighting for survival, and Everton should be able to bounce back against a Watford side with little to play for.
The Hornets have managed just four points from the last 36 available on their travels and they’ve only scored in two of their previous 10 away games in all competitions.
Everton have five clean sheets in their last nine home Premier League games so the 5/4 on a home win to zero is my top bet for this encounter, while Everton with a -1 handicap, which is also 5/4, is another option.
Elsewhere Chelsea can wrap up the title with a win at West Brom later and I’m not expecting Albion to cause too many problems for the Stamford Bridge side. Chelsea have won by two goals in each of their last four games and they can beat a -1 handicap at the Hawthorns at 1/1.
If you fancy an Everton win to zero and Chelsea -1 double it pays out at 4.50, or 7/2.