Everton travel to the Hawthorns to face West Brom on Monday night knowing a win would lift them into fourth on 44 points – a point clear than rivals Liverpool a week before the Merseyside Derby.
West Brom fans will be eagerly awaiting Pepe Mel’s first game in charge of the Baggies and striker Romelu Lukaku makes his return to the midlands.
But that’s enough about the underlying stories of tonight’s game. Here are the cold hard stats that you could use to pocket a few quid and blast away the Monday blues.
1. It has been 30 years since these two sides drew a league game at the Hawthorns – a 1-1 stalemate in February 1984.
The 1-1 correct score is 11/2: Desktop | Mobile
2. West Brom have won just one of their last 12 games in all competitions
Everton to win is a 11/10 shot: Desktop | Mobile
3. Nicolas Anelka has scored eight league goals for Everton for five different clubs. He could become the first player to score against the same Premier League side with six different teams
Nicolas Anelka is 8/1 to score first: Desktop | Mobile
4. Everton have conceded just 19 goals in the league this season – giving them the tightest defence in the top flight
Everton to keep a clean sheet is 9/5: Desktop | Mobile
5. In five of the last seven games between West Brom and Everton, at least one of the sides have failed to find the net
Both teams not to score is 11/10: Desktop | Mobile
6. Kevin Mirallas has had 11 shots in his last two league games combined – more than any other Everton player
Mirallas is 13/5 to score at any time: Desktop | Mobile
7. Leighton Baines was the last Evertonian to score against West Brom in the game at Goodison Park in January last year. On that occasion he notched a brace
Baines to score two or more is a 60/1 chance: Desktop | Mobile
8. West Brom have kept a clean sheet in all four of their home victories this season
West Brom to win to nil is 11/2: Desktop | Mobile
9. 58 per cent of Everton’s league wins this season have been by exactly one goal. Their most common winning result is 2-1
It is 8/1 that Everton beat West Brom 2-1: Desktop | Mobile