Swansea v Everton Odds : Away win looking very backable at 6/4

Breaking Swansea v Everton odds as the Toffees are proving popular as the 6/4 attracts a flurry of activity.

Everton will look to continue their impressive league form when they travel to Wales to take on Swansea later today, and with the news that star striker Michu is out for an extended period, Roberto Martinez’s side look plenty of value at 6/4 to take three points back to Goodison.



Latest Odds: Swansea 2/1, draw 12/5, Everton 6/4
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The Merseyside outfit have been impressive this season losing just one of their opening 16 games and currently sit fifth in the table, just four points off top spot.

Roberto Martinez has earned a lot of plaudits of for the job he has done since taking over at Goodison Park but Spaniard faces a tough task as he returns to one of his former clubs.

Everton are currently unbeaten in their last 9 league games and will head into the back of impressive results against Manchester United and Arsenal not to mention a 4-1 win over Fulham last time out.

Loan stars Gareth Barry, Romelu Lukaku and Gerard Deulofeu have played a key part in the club’s form and Martinez will have been disappointed to lose of the trio, on loan Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu, to injury against Fulham.

The young Spanish star suffered a hamstring injury against the Cottagers and is set for an extended spell on the sidelines, with his parent club Barcelona claiming he could be out for up to two months.

Deulofeu joins Leighton Baines, Arouna Kone and Darron Gibson on the treatment table while Tony Hibbert is fit again to take his place in the squad.

Swansea meanwhile will be without Nathan Dyer for the game after the attacking midfielder picked up an ankle injury in the game with Norwich.

Dyer joins Gavin Monk and Alvaro Vasquez on the injury list although there was some Christmas cheer for Swans fans with Chico Flores and Leon Britton both expected to be fit to play.

The big news is that striker Michu will be out for the forseable future with a troublesome ankle injury, which does require surgery reported manager Michael Laudrup.

The news has been greeted by Everton backers, although the Spaniard has yet to reach the heady heights of last season when he was unstoppable for the Swans in front of goal.

Swansea have regarded as the Premier League pass masters since their promotion and the club are poised to become the first club to pass 10,000 passes this season. The Welsh side have made 9549 passes this season averaging 597 a game.

Michael Laudrup’s side are currently 10th in the table and are unbeaten in their last three league games, drawing with Hull and Norwich and beating Newcastle.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.