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Sunday's Premier League Bet Builder tips: McNeil to help Toffees seal survival
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Jack Ogalbe
It has proven to be a successful return to Crystal Palace for Roy Hodgson
It has proven to be a successful return to Crystal Palace for Roy Hodgson

- Bournemouth have lost their last three 
- Everton's Yerry Mina has been booked in three of his seven appearances this season 
- Crystal Palace's Eberechi Eze has scored six times since Roy Hodgson returned

Everton will avoid relegation by beating Bournemouth on Sunday in arguably the key fixture as all 10 matches kick-off at 4.30pm.

Other permutations are possible for them to survive but that is the simplest, while Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest have already got the job done and the Eagles can soar against Steve Cooper's side.

These matches are the focus of Sunday's Bet Builder.

Everton vs Bournemouth (Sunday, 4.30pm)

Bet 1: Everton to win

If you had told Sean Dyche when he was appointed in January that his side would have to beat Bournemouth on the final day to stay up, he would have bitten your hand off.

The Cherries have enjoyed a fine first season back in the Premier League but look to have taken their foot off the gas, losing their last three matches.

Everton have improved recently but have not won at home since March 11. However, they have lost just one of their last four and should have enough to take the points.

Bet 2: Dwight McNeil to score anytime

A player who has benefitted from Dyche's appointment is Dwight McNeil. The winger looked lost under Frank Lampard but is approaching the form he showed under Dyche at Burnley.

McNeil's has scored four goals since the start of April and with Dominic Calvert-Lewin sidelined, he could play a more central role.

Bet 3: Yerry Mina to be shown a card

Yerry Mina may not be everyone's favourite but his passionate style of play always endears him to his club's fans.

The Colombian has seen three yellow cards in his seven appearances across all competitions this season and will happily take another caution if it helps his team win.

Everton's Yerry Mina is no stranger to the referee's notebook
Everton's Yerry Mina is no stranger to the referee's notebook

Back Everton to win, Dwight McNeil to score anytime and Yerry Mina to be shown a card at 13/1 with LiveScore Bet

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest (Sunday, 4.30pm)

Bet 1: Crystal Palace to win to nil

Forest have performed remarkably to seal their top-flight status and could be forgiven for taking their eye off the ball.

Palace have been safe for some time and are playing with freedom under Roy Hodgson.

They have taken 10 of a possible 12 points at home since he returned to Selhurst Park, keeping a couple of clean sheets and could record another shutout.

Bet 2: Eberechi Eze to score anytime

Eberechi Eze has thrived under Hodgson and will look to celebrate his maiden England call-up in style.

The playmaker has netted six times and provided four assists under the former Three Lions boss and seems a natural candidate to net again on Sunday.

Bet 3: Palace to have over eight corners

Something different to finish but Palace have had eight or more corners in all four of their home outings under Hodgson.

In a game in which they are expected to have most of the ball, a repeat is not unthinkable and provides plenty of value.

Back Crystal Palace to win to nil, Eberechi Eze to score anytime and Palace to have over eight corners in the match at 25/1

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