Cherries pair backed for fouls and shots
Odegaard and Young combine in Goodison wager
All four legs together make nearly 5/15.80 Bet Builder
Leg 1: Milos Kerkez to commit 1+ foul 1/31.32
Leg 2: Philip Billing to have a shot on target at 11/102.08
Milos Kerkez averages over a foul a game in his career. He will be up against a team who like to be strong from wide positions, meaning it's likely that he'll need to make plenty of tackles.
He's avaraging 3.5 tackles per game in the Premier League in his debut season and, with Bournemouth having got off to a slow start, it's imperative that they're on the front foot in this one.
The Danish midfielder Philip Billing has been a striking figure for The Cherries since joining from Huddersfield. He loves an effort on goal too, averaging 2.3 shots per game already this season, having netted a Premier League goal return high of seven last term.
With Chelsea's midfield still finding their feet after the sale of Kovacic it could pay to side with the tall, languid Bournemouth man to hit the target.
Leg 1: Martin Odegaard to have a shot on target at 4/71.56
Leg 2 Ashley Young to commit 1+ foul at 8/151.52
It went under the radar that the Norwegian playmaker Martin Odegaard scored 15 goals in the Premier League last season, and he's already found the net twice this campaign.
His shots per game have crept up from 2.5 to 3.5 and that could be telling, especially here as Everton are likely to demonstrate a low block and attempt to hit the Gunners on the break. If he's on penalties too, it increases the chances of this happening.
In a move that came as a surprise to many Ashley Young swapped Villa for Everton in the summer and has been deployed as a left back in the opening four fixtures, playing the full 90 mins in all.
Throughout his career he averages just under one foul per game, but bearing in mind a lot of these games he was in more attacking positions, it makes for interesting reading. Allied to his ageing legs and facing Saka this weekend, this looks a decent proposition.
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