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Everton To Snare Distracted Foxes
Everton have been tough to beat at home under Ronald Koeman and should have too much for Leicester, despite their recent form.
The Toffees bounced back from a disappointing Merseyside derby loss with a positive performance at Manchester United in midweek, a stoppage time Zlatan Ibrahimovic penalty denying them a famous victory at Old Trafford.

The 1-1 draw was exactly the kind of response manager Koeman would have been hoping for after the 3-1 loss at Liverpool, the result keeping Everton in with a chance of a top six finish and a place in Europe.

The Blues will be back on home soil on Sunday and playing at Goodison has certainly proved fruitful this season.

Koeman’s men have only tasted defeat three times on their own patch in all competitions and go into this week’s clash looking to equal a Premier League club record with a seventh consecutive home win.

Traditionally, Leicester against Everton has ended in a stalemate, with each side having just three wins apiece from the last 16 meetings.

Backing the honours to be shared again could prove tempting at n/a but Everton are fancied here to continue their good home form at n/a.

Leicester may have returned to their old selves since Craig Shakespeare took charge, winning their last six matches, but most of those victories have come at the King Power Stadium.

The Foxes have won just once away from home all season, explaining why one of Europe’s form teams are n/a to win on Sunday.

Leicester’s poor away from, coupled with the fact they take on Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final next Wednesday, should mean they are right for the picking.

Romelu Lukaku has been on the scoresheet eight times in Everton’s last four home matches and should be confident of finding the net again, especially given Leicester will be without skipper Wes Morgan once again due to a back injury.

The Toffees have their own defensive concerns with Ashley Williams suspended after his sending off against Manchester United, while Ramiro Funes Mori and Seamus Coleman are long-term absentees.

Everton’s injury concerns could mean youngsters Mason Holgate and Matthew Pennington are handed starts. They could be in for a challenging afternoon with Jamie Vardy having restarted the ‘party’ lately, netting seven times in his last nine appearances in all competitions.

With Vardy and Lukaku on song, over 2.5 goals at n/a is worth a dabble.

Leicester know what it takes to win at Goodison having got the better of Everton on Merseyside in the FA Cup earlier in the season but the Toffees have evolved and improved since then, making them the firm choice to give Shakespeare his first taste of defeat.

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