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Opta Stats: Sunderland v Everton

Paolo Di Canio has introduced a new concept to Sunderland. Motion.

"The Toffees have won just three points from a possible 15 in their last five Premier League away games (D3 L2). During this run, they’ve netted only three goals. You can lay Everton at 2.3611/8."

Sunderland got back to winning ways with their 3-0 demolition of Newcastle, but now face an Everton side aiming for Europe.

Sunderland have won just four points from their last 16 Barclays Premier League games with Everton (W0 D4 L12). Everton are 2.3411/8 to to win.

Sunderland's record Premier League defeat came against Everton, back in November 2007 (1-7) at Goodison Park. Everton are 7.06/1 to win both halves.

In the last three Premier League meetings between these two sides, both of Sunderland's goals have come in the first half and all seven of Everton's have been scored after half-time. The half-time Sunderland/full-time draw double result is available at 17.016/1.

The Black Cats' derby win over Newcastle last weekend ended a run of nine Premier League games without a win (L6 D3). Sunderland are 3.55/2 to follow this up with another victory.

Everton have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five Premier League games, conceding only two goals in the other match during this run. David Moyes' side are 3.02/1 to keep a clean sheet. 

The Toffees have won just three points from a possible 15 in their last five Premier League away games (D3 L2). During this run, they've netted only three goals. You can lay Everton at 2.3611/8.

Tim Howard kept his 100th Premier League clean sheet in Everton's 0-0 midweek draw at Arsenal, becoming the 12th goalkeeper to reach this landmark in the competition. Everton are 3.55/2 to win to nil.

Everton are on the longest current unbeaten run in the Premier League games (six). They are available at 1.654/6 in the draw no bet market.

Sunderland have scored just two headed goals this season, a league-low, while only Chelsea (14) have scored more than the Toffees (13). Everton's Marouane Fellaini is 3.3512/5 to score.

On the other hand, the Black Cats have conceded the joint-fewest headed goals this season (four), while Everton have shipped the most (14). Connor Wickham is 3.65n/a to find the net.

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19 April 2013

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