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Manchester City v Everton: Red hot Aguero among 3 best bets

| 06.12.2014

Manchester City have put their recent ‘crisis’ well and truly behind them to pick up four consecutive wins ahead of this weekend’s visit of Everton.

As such the Sky Blues go into the tie as clear favourites at 8/15. The draw is available at 7/2 and is perhaps the best the Toffees can hope for having drawn with Hull and lost to Spurs on their last two outings.

An away win has been priced up at 5/1 but in truth there are far better ways to find value and Ladbrokes News’ James Curtis has found three of the best.

Sergio Aguero to score first – was 3/1 NOW 4/1

Ladbrokes have boosted the in-form Argentine to net the opener and no one looks better placed to get the game up and running.

The Argentine has smashed 14 goals this season, including five in his last three appearances, and scored home and away against Everton last term.

Aguero has struck first three times already this term and 4/1 shouldn’t be overlooked to make it four times here.

Aguero to score and Manchester City to win @ 11/10

On the off chance that Aguero takes time to warm up in the game, consideration should go toward a wincast featuring the striker.

City have lost just four of their last 73 league games as hosts, and did the double over Everton last year so the win looks beyond doubt, as does an anytime Aguero strike.

Lukaku to score anytime @ 9/4

Everton have scored in their last five meetings with Manchester City and with the Citizens conceding in five of their last six games in all competition the trend could continue on Saturday.

Lukaku has managed to shine when testing himself against City’s back four in the past and scored in both games last season so no one looks more likely to get the Toffees on the score sheet this time round.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.