Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Preview

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Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur Match Prediction

By Dean Carr

Everton welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Goodison Park on 09/09/17 as two of the Premier League’s big guns clash following the international break. Everton were disappointing in their meeting with Chelsea last weekend, losing 2-0 to the reigning champions as Tottenham were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Burnley. Read on for a full match preview complete with betting tips and predictions.

Betting Tips and Predictions

Everton have been handed a particularly difficult start to the season and, despite a pretty successful transfer window on the whole, look as if they need another centre-forward. Tottenham, strangely, should thrive playing away from home here and I’m expecting them to be too strong for Ronald Koeman’s side here.

Tottenham win - EVS
Dele Alli to score anytime - 2/1

Everton saw over 1.5 goals in 8 out of their last 10 games played

Tottenham Hotspur saw over 1.5 goals in 8 out of their last 10 games played

Tottenham Hotspur have not conceded a goal in 60% of their last 10 games played against Everton

AVG Goals

1.3

BTTS

Over 2.5

Over 3.5

Over 1.5 1H Goals

Over 1.5 2H Goals

Everton Form Guide

Everton Team Logo

Everton

Won

4

Draw

3

Lost

3
L A

03-03-2018

Premier League

Burnley Team Logo Burnley

FT 2 - 1

(HT 0 - 1)

W H

10-03-2018

Premier League

Brighton & Hove Albion Team Logo Brighton & Hove Albion

FT 2 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

W A

17-03-2018

Premier League

Stoke City Team Logo Stoke City

FT 1 - 2

(HT 0 - 0)

L H

31-03-2018

Premier League

Manchester City Team Logo Manchester City

FT 1 - 3

(HT 0 - 3)

D H

07-04-2018

Premier League

Liverpool Team Logo Liverpool

FT 0 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

D A

14-04-2018

Premier League

Swansea City Team Logo Swansea City

FT 1 - 1

(HT 0 - 1)

W H

23-04-2018

Premier League

Newcastle United Team Logo Newcastle United

FT 1 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

W A

28-04-2018

Premier League

Huddersfield Town Team Logo Huddersfield Town

FT 0 - 2

(HT 0 - 1)

D H

05-05-2018

Premier League

Southampton Team Logo Southampton

FT 1 - 1

(HT 0 - 0)

L A

13-05-2018

Premier League

West Ham United Team Logo West Ham United

FT 3 - 1

(HT 1 - 0)

Tottenham Hotspur Form Guide

Tottenham Hotspur Team Logo

Tottenham Hotspur

Won

6

Draw

1

Lost

3
W A

17-03-2018

FA Cup

Swansea City Team Logo Swansea City

FT 0 - 3

(HT 0 - 2)

W A

01-04-2018

Premier League

Chelsea Team Logo Chelsea

FT 1 - 3

(HT 1 - 1)

W A

07-04-2018

Premier League

Stoke City Team Logo Stoke City

FT 1 - 2

(HT 0 - 0)

L H

14-04-2018

Premier League

Manchester City Team Logo Manchester City

FT 1 - 3

(HT 1 - 2)

D A

17-04-2018

Premier League

Brighton & Hove Albion Team Logo Brighton & Hove Albion

FT 1 - 1

(HT 0 - 0)

L A

21-04-2018

FA Cup

Manchester United Team Logo Manchester United

FT 2 - 1

(HT 1 - 1)

W H

30-04-2018

Premier League

Watford Team Logo Watford

FT 2 - 0

(HT 1 - 0)

L A

05-05-2018

Premier League

West Bromwich Albion Team Logo West Bromwich Albion

FT 1 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

W H

09-05-2018

Premier League

Newcastle United Team Logo Newcastle United

FT 1 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

W H

13-05-2018

Premier League

Leicester City Team Logo Leicester City

FT 5 - 4

(HT 1 - 2)

Everton Preview

Ronald Koeman must have winced ever so slightly after seeing the start his Everton side had been scheduled to face, with four points from their first three games actually likely considered by most as par for the course. That doesn’t, though, hide the disappointment of their 2-0 defeat away to Chelsea in their previous outing, with Cesc Fabregas’ stabbed effort with the outside of his boot giving the dominant hosts the lead. The Toffees managed just one attempt on target all afternoon and the game’s final goal came five minutes before half-time, as Alvaro Morata headed home Cesar Azpilicueta’s cross for 2-0. The absence of Romelu Lukaku’s goals is likely to be felt this season, with Everton managing just two goals from their opening three matches - both of which have been scored by Wayne Rooney. Last season, only Liverpool, Spurs and Chelsea netted more goals at home than Everton, as they romped to thirteen victories and just two defeats at Goodison Park last term. Everton have struggled against Tottenham in recent seasons, currently finding themselves without a win against the north London side in nine league games.

Everton Team News

Seamus Coleman (broken leg), Ramiro Funes Mori (knee), Ross Barkley (hamstring) and Yannick Bolasie (cruciate ligament) are all missing for Everton. Jordan Pickford (thigh), Davy Klaassen (foot) and James McCarthy (knee) will be assessed.

Tottenham Hotspur Preview

The longer results such as the draw against Burnley go on, the more eyes will be on Spurs to see how they perform at Wembley, as they once again struggled playing at their temporary home. Once again, domination of the football wasn’t the issue for Tottenham, who took the lead shortly after half-time when Dele Alli smashed home from close range after Burnley failed to clear their lines effectively. One-goal leads should never be taken for granted, though, and Spurs were eventually made to pay for not putting their opponents to bed when Chris Wood struck a 92nd minute equaliser for the Clarets. Losing White Hart Lane as home advantage looks as if it could be a real blow to Spurs’ chances this term, having already dropped more home points this season than they did in the entirety of last term, where they won seventeen and drew nineteen at home. Harry Kane will be delighted to see the back of August having continued his unwanted record of scoring in the opening month of the season. He did at least manage to score twice on international duty for England as Spurs hope to get the best out of their talisman once again in the coming weeks of the campaign.

Tottenham Hotspur Team News

Erik Lamela (hip) remains absent for Spurs, who could also be without Kieran Trippier (ankle), Victor Wanyama (knee) and Georges-Kevin N’koudou (foot) through injury.

Everton Last 10 Games Stats

Win Draw Loss

AVG Goals

1.2

BTTS

Over 0.5

Over 1.5

Over 2.5

Over 3.5

BTTS+Win

BTTS+Draw

BTTS+Lose

Cleansheets

H/T Win

Won to Nil

Tottenham Hotspur Last 10 Games Stats

Win Draw Loss

AVG Goals

1.9

BTTS

Over 0.5

Over 1.5

Over 2.5

Over 3.5

BTTS+Win

BTTS+Draw

BTTS+Lose

Cleansheets

H/T Win

Won to Nil

Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur Sidelined Players

Everton
25 Ramiro Funes Mori Injured
8 Ross Barkley Injured
23 Seamus Coleman Injured
7 Yannick Bolasie Injured
Tottenham Hotspur
11 Erik Lamela Injured
3 Danny Rose Injured
14 Georges N'Koudou Injured
12 Victor Wanyama Injured

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Probably Lineup

No. Pos Player M kg
1 GK Jordan Pickford 185 77
3 RB Leighton Baines 170 74
4 CD Michael Keane 191 82
5 CD Ashley Williams 183 77
15 LB Cuco Martina 185 77
17 CDM Idrissa Gana Gueye 174 66
2 CDM Morgan Schneiderlin 181 75
10 CM Wayne Rooney 176 83
18 CM Gylfi Sigurdsson 186 79
20 CM Davy Klaassen 179 70
9 CF Sandro Ramirez 175 71
No. Pos Player M kg
1 GK Hugo Lloris 188 78
5 CD Jan Vertonghen 189 86
6 CD Davinson Sanchez 188 77
4 CD Toby Alderweireld 186 81
2 LM Kieran Trippier 178 71
33 RM Ben Davies 181 76
20 AM Dele Alli 188 76
17 CM Moussa Sissoko 187 83
15 CM Eric Dier 188 88
23 AM Christian Eriksen 175 71
10 CF Harry Kane 188 76