Moyes keeps focus on Europe
Everton boss David Moyes is desperate for his side to see off Sunderland on Saturday as they push for European football.
Sunderland are just three points clear of the Premier League relegation zone but Moyes insists the Toffees' need for points is just as great as the Wearsiders.
Fourth place would secure Champions League football, while fifth place is required for a Europa League spot due to Swansea's Capital One Cup win and Wigan's upcoming appearance in the FA Cup final.
Everton are currently sixth in the standings, two points behind fifth-placed Spurs and four adrift of Arsenal in fourth and Moyes believes victory is a must for his men at Sunderland on Saturday if they are to secure European football for next season.
"We have got to keep winning and we will have to try that again at Sunderland," said the Scot.
"When people are asking me if we are still in the hunt for Europe, I am pleased about that."
Everton are unbeaten in six games and punters may wish to back them to see off a Sunderland side who have only managed four home wins to date in the Premier League this season with their free bet.