Fulham have lost on all eight league trips to Goodison Park since winning promotion in 2001 and we cannot see that changing this weekend.

4 goals in 8 games for Cahill

The Cottagers’ focus is understandably now on Europa League glory while Everton have gone eight Premiership matches unbeaten.

The Toffees have really hit form since Christmas, with a points per game average worthy of a Champions League spot if they had started the season in the same vein.

And we think Everton are the team to break down a stubborn Fulham rearguard which has not conceded a goal in the last four games, the last three of which have been 0-0 draws.

David Moyes’ men have netted 18 times in those last eight games with the goals nicely shared around – Mikel Arteta has scored five, Tim Cahill has bagged four while Yakubu has notched three.

Meanwhile Fulham have not scored for nearly four matches, since Bobby Zamora’s 1st minute winner away to Wolfsburg.

Given that Zamora is missing against Everton and that Roy Hodgson’s team did not manage a shot on target in Hamburg, after a difficult journey, we cannot really see them outscoring or even matching the Blues.

So the bookies are right to offer frugal odds on a win, best price 1.42 on Betfair, for Everton, who have not quite given up on a Europa League spot for next season.

To make a decent profit we need to back Everton to win comfortably by being ahead at half-time and full-time.

Best bet: Half-Time/Full-Time Everton/Everton @ 2.12 on Betfair

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