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Coral offering bumper enhanced price on Suarez scoring against Everton

| 29.01.2014

Luis Suarez has previously played in five Merseyside derbies and scored in four of them, including each of the last three that he has taken part in.

Although Suarez has been fairly quiet by his own blisteringly high standards of late, with goals in only two of his last seven Liverpool appearances, what better time to get back on the scoring wagon than against Everton?

And Coral are offering a bumper price enhancement for new customers, which is nigh on impossible to turn down. Suarez can be backed at 3/1 to score at any time in the 90 minutes against Everton.

The maximum bet on Suarez is capped at £10, with full terms and conditions available here.

The general price for Suarez scoring in the 90 minutes is only 8/11, with 3/1 typically offered on the Uruguayan opening the scoring against Everton at Anfield.

His chances of finding the target are enhanced by the fact that only Manchester City have scored more goals on their own patch than Liverpool in the Premier League this season and the Reds have netted at least twice in their last five outings in all competitions.

However, something has to give, as Everton haven’t conceded more than once in any of their 12 fixtures since the last Merseyside derby, which finished 3-3 in November at Goodison Park.

It is 4/7 that Liverpool score over 1.5 goals against Everton.

Given that this is a Merseyside derby, a number of match specials are available for the clash, notably whether a red card will be shown, whether an own goal is scored and whether a penalty is awarded.

A breakdown on whether betting on these specials have a chance of reaping rewards can be found here, which includes the detail that there has not been a sending off in the last five Merseyside derbies, so perhaps one is overdue.

In terms of match betting, Liverpool are the favourites at 5/6 and they haven’t been beaten in a Merseyside derby since 2010.

But the last three have seen the points shared and given that Everton have only been beaten twice all season in the top-flight, 13/5 is a nice price on the draw being the final result again.

Everton’s odds are 7/2 to beat Liverpool and Romelu Lukaku has the attributes to cause problems to both Martin Skrtel and Kolo Toure, as Christian Benteke recently did for Aston Villa.