Bournemouth 3.052/1 v Everton 2.526/4; The Draw 3.55
The Cherries' wait for a victory stretches nine games in all competitions following their failure to convert a 2-0 lead at Swansea and, whereas a draw would probably have seemed like a decent result when they arrived at the Liberty Stadium, it didn't stop them dropping below Sunderland into 19th.
There is little positive news on the injury front either, where they remain third in the most-absences table owing to the unavailability of Callum Wilson, Tyrone Mings, Max Gradel, Tommy Elphick, Christian Atsu, Marc Pugh, Lee Tomlin and Artur Boruc, though the latter three could be passed fit.
Roberto Martinez's men have been impressive all campaign, really turning their refusal to sell John Stones to Chelsea into a momentum generator, but November has been the best month yet, and the Spaniard will rival Claudio Ranieri for manager of the month if he closes it with a third win in four.
That they have performed so well without their once integral left-side partnership of Leighton Baines and Steven Pienaar, who haven't played a minute between them to date, is even more admirable.
They are also currently missing Bryan Oviedo, Phil Jagielka and Tony Hibbert, while young defender Tyias Browning is another doubt for this trip to the south coast.
It really does seem like gift-that-keeps-giving territory in this season of non-stop away wins - the overall total of 48 is the same as the number of home successes - that one seeming as ripe as Everton prevailing at Bournemouth is available to back at odds as big as 2.526/4.
The Toffees have only been beaten by Arsenal on their travels, winning two of their three against teams below them in the table and scoring six times in the process, while they have taken seven points from an available nine and netted a massive 11 times so far in November.
By contrast, Eddie Howe's men have a pretty rubbish record at the Vitality Stadium, which is a major concern because three of the six sides that they hosted are their comrades in the bottom-four positions, and one of the other three were in the bottom eight too.
Defeats to Aston Villa (20th) and Newcastle (17th) have been the lowlights and form is deteriorating rather than recovering, as evidenced by a run of three home fixtures without a win and successive losses. Across all venues they have lost six in eight, drawing the other two.
Everton Total Goals
There is a compelling case for backing Everton to score three or more goals at 5.04/1 given that they have hit that total on a Premier League-leading five occasions in 2015/16, with two of those hauls being celebrated on the road against the usually stern defences of Southampton and West Brom.
Bournemouth have the leakiest backline in the division, spilling 27 goals in 13 matches, and there have already been three instances of them conceding three or more goals in their four meetings with top-seven clubs.
Back Everton to win @ 2.526/4
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