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 almost as long as its been around, only competing in the second tier four times. 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

Is Everton playing their next game at Goodison Park and what are the current betting lines? These are two crucial points you'll have to find out before carrying on with your analysis. 

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Everton are on the cusp of infiltrating the top six in the Premier League. Familiarize yourself with you they play each week to gain a competitive advantage when formulating your strategy.

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Everton Standings Right Now

Everton are expected to be on the cusp of entering the top six teams in the Premier League. Find out below if they're living up to expectations in the current campaign 

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How To Win At Everton Betting

Ronald Koeman is instilling a culture of winning at Everton, even if it hasn't happened yet. Everton finished in seventh place in the 2016-17 season and look poised to soon challenge the big six. The big question is whether the Toffees can hold on to their elite players, including Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley, who are rumoured to potentially be on the move.

Confidently back the Toffees when they are playing at Goodison Park, no matter who the opposition. Everton are one of the strongest home teams in the Premier League. It's a fortress visiting teams do not look forward to playing at. Everton, with 43 points in 19 matches, enjoyed the fourth best home record. Only Spurs, Chelsea and Arsenal fared better on home soil. 

They score freely at Goodison and have defend stoutly so it's not easy, based on that trend, to decide on the over or under market. You'll have to dig further into the analytics to find out which betting option is best. 

Their away form, however, wasn't nearly as convincing. Only gaining 18 of their 61 points on the road, Everton had the 10th best away record. Those numbers don't exactly instill confidence, so be weary of backing Everton on the road. Koeman will focus on improving their away record and he usually succeeds when he puts his mind to somethig.

The Dutch manager offered his young players a shot at first-team football, which paid off in spades. Look to the futures market, backing Everton to once again qualify for Europe. 

Koeman has also been promised massive investment by the new owners and will be able to splash out and spend significant coin on bringing new talent to Merseyside. This team is on the verge of entering the elite conversation but it's still too early to back them in the futures market. Instead, look for them to do well in the FA Cup, and quite possibly the Europa League. 

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