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Obviously, Chelsea put in a stellar performance to see off Liverpool in the FA Cup in midweek, which actually addup to their confidence
And the Frank Lampard side are all but out of the Champions League after losing 3-0 at home to Bayern Munich in the first leg
and like many of the top teams they find themselves struggling to gather momentum in the League.
For the time being they remain in a respectable 4th position, but just five points sit between them and Sheffield United in 8th.
Their last league outing, a 2-2 draw with Bournemouth, saw them ship two goals for the 13th time in the league this season, so it’s clear where their issues lie right now.
Everton have had their fair share of disappointment and frustration this season, but Carlo Ancelotti has breathed a new lease of life into the club.
He has guided them away from a potentially catastrophic relegation battle and now finds himself in the race for European qualification
with their 11th place standing leaving them eight points behind Chelsea heading into this match.
Last weekend they picked up a 1-1 draw at home to Manchester United, although many of the home fans will feel understandably hard done by after that match.
In any case, a draw against Man Utd is a good result and they have still lost just two of their 11 league games since Ancelotti took charge.
It is surprising to see Chelsea as odds on favourites here. They have won just two of their last six League home games
Everton, meanwhile, have avoided defeat in four of their last six on the road and are unbeaten in their last four meetings with Chelsea.
This makes an Everton Win or Draw Double Chance look fantastic value for money, so we’re backing that here.
The hosts’ defensive issues are plain for all to see, and three of their last five league outings have ended 2-2.
Everton side have actually found their shooting boots recently too, scoring at least two goals in four of their last five outings
However, Lampard’s side aren’t in the best of form right now, winning just one of their last six League outings and losing to Newcastle and Man Utd in that time.