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Daily Tips – Everton can pile pressure on Cherries

Daily Tips – Everton can pile pressure on Cherries


Everton are still unbeaten under Sam Allardyce and can get back to winning ways at Bournemouth today after successive draws.

The Goodison Park club were held at West Brom last time out and were arguably lucky to get that point, while the Cherries showed some fight to come back and claim a draw against West Ham on Boxing Day.

The draw with the Hammers ended a run of four defeats for Bournemouth but it potentially came at a cost with a few more players added to their doubtful list and if they do miss out it leaves an already depleted squad weaker.

Everton have been in solid form on their travels, with two wins and two draws in their last four away games, and they look good value today at 11/5 to edge out their hosts.

In the late game Manchester United host Southampton as they seek to bounce back from a 2-2 draw at home to Burnley last time out.

Saints are winless in seven but they have been scoring, having failed to score just once in their last eight, and the 39/20 on a United win with both teams to score appeals in this one – despite Charlie Austin’s injury blow for the visitors.

In today’s Serie A fixtures Lazio look a strong call at 11/5 to claim a win at Inter Milan.

The Nerazzurri have lost their last two league games and also went down in extra time in a Milan derby Coppa Italia tie on Wednesday.

Inter’s Scudetto hopes have been hit and may take another blow today against a Lazio side who have won seven of their nine away games in Serie A so far this season.

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Gareth Freeman Gareth is our daily tipster, who has years of successful sports betting behind him and is always on hand to offer a value bet. As well as a passion for Football (UK and European), he also has in-depth Tennis, Boxing, Snooker and Basketball knowledge.