Everton has been a mainstay in England’s top league for many seasons — a record 113 straight in fact. Founded in 1878, the club has played in the top division for more than 110 seasons, only competing in the second tier four times overall. Everton was a founding member of The Football League in 1888 and won its first league championship two seasons later. The club won four league titles and two FA Cups in the late 1920s and early 30s before going on a long winless skid until a resurgence in the 1960s when Everton won two more league crowns and another FA Cup.
In total, Everton has nine league titles, ranking them fourth on the all-time list behind just Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal.
Dixie Dean, who played for the Toffees from 1925 to 1937, is the franchise’s all-time leading scorer with 383 total goals. Dean also holds the record for most goals in a single season with 60 — a milestone set during the 1927-28 campaign. Dean’s 28 goals in FA Cup action is also a franchise-best mark.
Former goalkeeper Neville Southall, who played with Everton from 1981 to 1998, is the club leader in all-time appearances with 750.
Everton Betting Lines Today
Regardless if Everton is playing at home or on the road, in league action or cup competition, keeping track of the club’s next opponent is integral for you as the bettor.
Be sure to use the next game widget — which provides up-to-date live odds — as your helpful tool to keep track of Everton’s every move throughout the season.
Everton Scores & Schedule
It’s crucial to keep track of Everton’s schedule on a weekly basis in order to have the upper hand before making your bets.
Everton Standings Right Now
It’s likely Everton will once again be a middle-of-the-pack club when the season gets rolling. However, under manager Ronald Koeman, the Toffees have the potential to make some noise.
Everton found more success playing at home in 2015-16, where it scored 35 of its 59 goals.
Be sure to keep trakc of where Everton and its upcoming opponents sit in the Premier League standings before putting your money down.
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How To Win At Everton Betting
After a tremendous 2013-14 season in which Everton finished fifth in the Premier League standings, the past couple years have been somewhat disappointing for the Toffees. The club finished a mediocre 11th place the past two seasons and will be looking to get back on winning track for the upcoming campaign.
Everton certainly has the potential to repeat its success from two years ago, but it’ll be tough in a league that has seen all the major clubs improve their rosters.
Bet365.com has a +8000 line that Everton will shock the soccer world — much like Leicester City did last season — and win the Premier League title. The online sportsbook also pegs the Toffees at +2500 to win the FA Cup and +2000 to capture the England EFL Cup.
A bet worth considering is Bovada’s +350 line that Everton will finish in the top six in the upcoming season. The online sportsbook also has Everton at +1400 to place among the top four teams.
The odds of Everton being relegated remain slim, but still possible. Bovada puts the Toffees at +1400 to be demoted to the second league next year.
Everton’s chance to win it all will be tied to striker Romelu Lukaku’s performance this season. The Belgian, coming off a strong European Championship showing, is at +1200 to lead the Premier League in goals. Only Man City’s Sergio Aguero (+333), Tottenham’s Harry Kane (+700) and Manchester United’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic (+900) have better odds.
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