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David Moyes: I don't think it is any surprise that Chelsea are winning games.

Everton manager David Moyes is relishing taking on former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez once again when Chelsea visit Goodison Park on Sunday.

Benitez and Moyes met many times while the Spaniard was in charge at Anfield, with Everton only able to win three of their meetings during those six years.

"It was always tough because Liverpool had a great team," admitted Moyes.

"It was always hard to get the better of them. They had a tremendous team, and still have.

"I think he (Benitez) always wanted to be in the Premier League. I think he enjoyed his stint here.

"I think, like a lot of people who come to this country, he enjoyed the honesty and the way the Premier League is played.

"I think he has bided his time to get another job."

Everton and Chelsea are separated by just two points and two places in the Premier League table but Moyes expects a tough test from a side which has won six of their last seven games. The Toffees are 5/1 to finish in the top four, while Chelsea can be backed at 1/8.

"I don't think it is any surprise that Chelsea are winning games," he added.

"He (Benitez) is doing a very good job. He has inherited a really good team, some very good players. You would expect him to win games."

Darron Gibson is available for the clash after having his red card against West Ham rescinded, but has been suffering from a thigh strain. A 1-0 Everton win can be backed at 9/1, while a 2-2 draw is available at 11/1.


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