10. Everton beat Wolfsburg 4-1 in the reverse encounter of this tie at Goodison Park, equalling the Toffees’ largest winning margin this season. They are 91.00 to repeat that scoreline.
9. Everton scored four goals from 10 shots that day, compared to Wolfsburg’s one from 21. Everton are 4.50 to win again.
8. Wolfsburg’s 3-2 defeat at Schalke last weekend ended an eight-game winning streak — their best run of form under boss Dieter Hecking and best in at least 17 years. They are 1.75 to beat Everton.
7. Everton, meanwhile, have alternatively won and drawn their last seven outings (WDWDWDW). They are 3.80 to draw in Germany.
6. Saturday’s 2-1 win over West Ham witnessed Romelu Lukaku’s fifth goal of the season and first in four outings for the Toffees. Lukaku is 3.00 to net again.
5. Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has scored five goals from his past four games, including two for national side Denmark. Bendtner is 5.80 to score first.
4. Everton have conceded just twice in the Europa League group stage this season and kept a clean sheet on their last away outing in Lille. They are 8.50 to win without conceding.
3. Leighton Baines has provided three of Everton’s eight goals in Europe this term, the left-back boasting six further assists in the Premier League. Baines is 8.50 to score himself.
2. Kevin De Bruyne, meanwhile, is top scorer for Wolfsburg in the Europa League with three of their 11 strikes. The former Chelsea player is 3.20 to score.
1. Wolfsburg average 20.3 shots per game in Europe, trailing just Borussia Mönchengladbach and Napoli (both on 21). Wolfsburg are 2.48 to score in both halves.