English Premier League preview: Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur – Goodison Park – Sunday, December 23, 2018 – 16:00 hrs BST
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Everton vs Tottenham Correct Score Prediction
Correct Score predictions for the Everton vs Tottenham Premier League match.
Everton 1-2 Tottenham at 8/1 Betsid Odds *
Everton 1-3 Tottenham at 16/1 Betsid Odds *
* The Everton vs Tottenham Odds are taken from online bookmaker Betsid and were correct as of 22/12/2018 – subject to change.
Everton vs Tottenham Where To Watch
Sky Sports Premier League on Super Sunday at 4pm.
When Is Kick Off: Sunday 23rd December
What Time Is Kick Off: 16:00 GMT
Where Is It Played: Goodison Park
Everton vs Tottenham Odds
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Everton vs Tottenham Preview
Tottenham Hotspur return to Premier League after having dispatched off Arsenal at the Emirates stadium in a EFL Cup quarter-final clash on Wednesday night.
Mauricio Pochettino's men travel to Merseyside on Sunday to play Everton at Goodison Park for their 18th EPL fixture of the 2018-19 season.
Marco Silva's Toffees haven't had the best of runs of late, coming out win-less in their last 4 Premier League fixtures with two of them being losses to Liverpool and Manchester City. As a result, they have slipped to the 8th spot on the EPL table from a respectable 6th they were on during November.
The Toffees have chiefly depended on Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Dominic Calvert-Lewin for goals this season and they will be expected to deliver at Goodison Park on Sunday.
Silva's men have performed much better at home, winning five of their 9 games and losing just one.
But given that they have not been able to win a game against any of the Top six, a positive outcome against third-placed Spurs looks doubtful.
For the Spurs, Harry Kane is likely to start in the Everton game, having sat out for most of the Carabao Cup outing against Arsenal while Serge Aurier, Eric Dier, Mousa Dembele, Jan Vertonghen and Victor Wanyama all look doubtful owing to niggling injuries.
Pochettino has an array of attacking options at his disposal in the form of Kane, Son Heung-min, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Lucas Moura all of whom have been among goals of late.
Tottenham have won all their fixtures since October-end across all forms of competitions save for a brilliantly played out draw away at the Nou Camp against Barcelona. Against Everton, too, they are on a good wicket, their Sunday rivals not having beaten them in the Premier League in the past 12 attempts. However, the Lilywhites will be wary of Richarlison, the 21-year old Brazilian having scored in each of his last four matches at Goodison Park.
Everton’s squad seem to be in better shape health-wise although James McCarthy and Idrissa Gueye are fighting for match fitness ahead of Sunday’s game. Should Gueye fail to recover in time, Tom Davies may start in a midfield pair alongside Andre Gomes.
Tottenham have mid-field woes with Victor Wanyama, Eric Dier and Mousa Dembele all ruled out. Vincent Janssen, Jan Vertonghen and Serge Aurier are on the injury list too, while Davinson Sanchez is close to returning. Ben Davies is likely to feature in a center-back role if he can make it in time from his hamstring injury.
Tottenham are expected to maintain their 3rd spot after Sunday's Merseyside outing, but cannot afford to slip up as fourth-placed Chelsea are just a couple of points behind and have a relatively easier fixture against a floundering Leicester City at home.