Everton v Bournemouth football tips: Our 200/1 #BetYourWay
The reverse fixture between these sides featured two red cards, so Adam Drury is backing a busy afternoon for Anthony Taylor at Goodison Park on Sunday.
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Here are Adam Drury's football betting tips for Everton v Bournemouth on Sunday afternoon.
Everton to score over 1.5 first-half goals
Bournemouth have been 2-0 down inside 35 minutes in their last four matches, and that trend is unlikely to improve at Everton.
The Toffees were two up inside half an hour against Lincoln last week, the fourth time in five home matches that they have scored inside the first 40 minutes.
Richarlison to score
Richarlison has been close to scoring in Everton’s last two league matches, so it seems a matter of time until he breaks his mini-duck.
A game against Bournemouth, who have conceded 15 goals in their last four matches, gives him a fantastic chance.
Andre Gomes to be carded
Gomes has received three yellow cards so far this season, including two in his last four matches.
The Portuguese ranks third in the entire Premier League for fouls per game, so expect his bookings tally to increase in the second half of the season.
Idrissa Gueye to be carded
Gueye has picked up four bookings this season, but is another candidate for plenty more as the season progresses.
Only Ricardo Pereira has completed more tackles than the Everton midfielder, while he is joint-14th for fouls per game.
Jefferson Lerma to be carded
The match between these sides earlier this season produced two reds and three yellows, so it’s worth persevering with the disciplinary theme, particularly with Lerma involved.
The Colombian is well on course to break the Premier League record for bookings in a season, having already been carded nine times this season.
Four of those have come in the last five games, so a 10th yellow of the season seems inevitable.
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