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Toffees to turn it on
Everton will be looking to build some momentum following victory over Leicester when they travel to Hull City on Friday.
Hull are hopeful of climbing off the foot of the Premier League table before the start of 2017, but they are certain to start the New Year in the bottom three as they sit four points shy of safety.

The Tigers are without a league win since the beginning of November when they defeated Southampton 2-1 at the KCOM Stadium, one of only three Premier League wins this campaign, having also beaten Leicester and Swansea in their opening two fixtures.

Mike Phelan has seen his side claim just two points from their last seven league outings, while they are without a goal in their last three so backing n/a should provide value.

The Tigers look destined for an immediate return back to the Championship with problems on and off the field appearing unsolvable.

Injuries to the likes of Will Keane and last season’s top-scorer Abel Hernandez have undoubtedly damaged their hopes of survival.

Phelan’s threadbare squad is likely to find life hard throughout the festive period as the manager is unable to rotate while maintaining a strong looking starting eleven.

Everton will arrive at the KCOM Stadium off the back of a 2-0 triumph over Leicester on Monday, although their away form may provide some hope for the hosts.

Monday’s victory at the King Power was their first since the middle of September, having lost five of their last six away Premier League trips.

Despite their poor form on the road Everton still remain in the hunt for European football and sit seventh in the Premier League as the best placed from the chasing pack.

Injuries have also played a big role in Everton’s campaign with summer signing Yannick Bolasie expected to miss the rest of the term.

Midfielder James McCarthy is understood to be nearing a return from a hamstring issue but Friday’s clash is expected to come too soon.

The Merseyside outfit failed to overcome Hull in the 2014-15 season, drawing 1-1 at Goodison Park before falling to a 2-0 defeat on the road.

However, the Toffees will take heart from a superior overall head-to-head record, which has seen them win five of the nine meetings, suggesting an away win at n/a may be the way to go.

Recommended bet: Away win with 1 goal handicap n/a
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