The Big Sunday Multiple: Everton to put derby defeat behind them

Ronald Koeman will be keen to get back on track with a win today
Ronald Koeman will be keen to get back on track with a win today
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There's a bonus Multiple from Paul Robinson this weekend and it begins with a home win at Goodison Park. Here are his selections:

- Back Everton @ 1.75 (3/4)
- Back Napoli @ 2.5 (6/4)
- Back Over 2.5 Goals in Las Palmas v Real Betis @ 1.75 (3/4)
- Back Under 2.5 Goals in Osasuna v Leganes @ 1.55 (11/20)

The Multiple pays approximately 11.87 (11/1)

Bet 1: Everton (HOME) @ 1.75 (3/4)

We begin at Goodison Park as Everton look set to not only end Leicester's winning run, but to also beat them and take all three points.

It's been the Leicester of old under Craig Shakespeare and in just six short games they have climbed to 11th in the Premier League and qualified for the last eight of the Champions League.

The Foxes are due to take on Atletico Madrid in Spain on Wednesday and now that their safety is almost confirmed, it would be hard to blame them if they had one eye on that match.

The hosts were beaten 3-1 by Liverpool last weekend and while they picked up a decent point at Old Trafford on Tuesday, they would have been bitterly disappointed not to win as they were ahead going into injury time.

I fully expect Ronald Koeman's men to get the job done back on home soil this afternoon and make it seven straight victories in front of their own fans - with the previous six being to an aggregate scoreline of 22-3.

Bet 2: Napoli (AWAY) @ 2.5 (6/4)

Two of the big guns in Italy are going to be squaring off in Rome this evening and I'm leaning towards an away win, at the prices.

Napoli are third in Serie A, with a four point advantage over today's opponents, Lazio. Considering they lost Gonzalo Higuain in the summer, a third placed finish would not be a bad result for 'Gli Azzurri', but they won't have given up hope of catching Roma in second just yet.

This is one of the trickiest fixtures in the division but Maurizio Sarri's side will be boosted by a draw and a win against Juventus in two matches against them in the last week and their recent away record is fantastic.

The visitors have won five on the bounce on their travels - 22 points from a possible 24 in the bigger picture - and the includes victories at Roma and Milan.

Lazio were also involved in Coppa Italia action in midweek and while they went down 3-2 at Roma, they had won the first leg 2-0 and are now in the final against Juventus.

As for Serie A, Simone Inzaghi's men are unbeaten in eight, but they have been beaten three times at Stadio Olimpico this season, and when they've come up against the top teams, they've lost.

Bet 3: Las Palmas v Real Betis (Over 2.5 goals) @ 1.75 (3/4)

To Spain for our goal-fest as I'm hoping for at least three goals when Real Betis travel to Las Palmas.

These two teams are now far enough away from the relegation zone to be seriously worried about going down. Hopefully that will shine through this evening to give us some decent attacking football. They have both lost their last two outings, so a win would be a real tonic for either side.

As far as the goals go, Las Palmas are seeing their matches average 3.23 goals each time this year, with 17 of their 30 ending with the net bulging on three occasions or more. Five of their last six have all gone over 2.5 - in fact, they've all gone over 3.5 - and at the beginning of March they put five past Osasuna in a 5-2 victory.

Betis have a lower average at the 2.63 mark, but almost half of their games have still seen this selection land and it's definitely worth noting that four of their last five on the road have gone over, as they've both scored and conceded in each fixture.

Bet 4: Osasuna v Leganes(Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.55 (11/20)

The final selection is also a La Liga match as it sees the rock bottom, Osasuna, take on the 17th placed, Leganes.

Despite only being one place above the relegation zone, Leganes can breathe slightly easier than usual for a team in their position as they have a five point gap to the side below them.

The problem for them this season has been scoring goals as with only 25 to their name, they are the lowest scorers in La Liga. That's why I'm leaning heavily towards the under this evening, as while they take on an Osasuna side with the worst defensive record, I'm not convinced that they will be able to take advantage of it - especially as they've fired six blanks in their last 11 away outings.

Recommended Multiple

Back Everton @ 1.75 (3/4)

Back Napoli @ 2.5 (6/4)

Back Over 2.5 Goals in Las Palmas v Real Betis @ 1.75 (3/4)

Back Under 2.5 Goals in Osasuna v Leganes @ 1.55 (11/20)

The Multiple pays approximately 11.87 (11/1)

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