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Tottenham Hotspur v Everton - Match preview
Tottenham Hotspur return to Wembley Stadium to host Everton in a crunch game that could be vital towards their top four aspirations this season.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side go into the game three points behind Liverpool and will know it is vital they win this fixture if they are took keep pace with the pack chasing Manchester City.
Spurs enjoyed a strong Christmas period, beating Burnley, Southampton and Swansea City but were held by a resolute West Ham at Wembley in their last Premier League outing.
The result underlined their problems at winning at home against teams who come with a gameplan to put numbers behind the ball and keep it tight.
Burnley, Swansea and West Brom have all left with a point and Pochettino can expect his team to come against another side that will arrive with limited ambition this weekend.
Everton have improved considerably since Sam Allardyce took over as manager but are without a win in four and the former England manager will no doubt be delighted with a point from this trip.
To do that they will need to stop Harry Kane.
The 24-year-old is once again the division’s top scorer and, with eight goals in his last five games in all competitions, the striker is enjoying something of a purple patch.
If Everton can keep the England forward quiet they will hope to his Spurs on the counter, and provide opportunities for their own hitman: new signing Cenk Tosun.
Turkish international Tosun, a £27million arrival from Besiktas, did not feature against Liverpool in the FA Cup but could be in line for his debut after a full week training with his new teammates.
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton - Team news
Defenders Danny Rose and Toby Alderweireld remain unavailable for Tottenham and will miss the visit of Everton.
An ankle problem will also rule midfielder Harry Winks out of the clash, with Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino having a fully fit squad to choose from aside from that.
Everton's £27m striker Cenk Tosun is expected to be involved but may not be given a start on his debut, with Wayne Rooney and Dominic Calvert-Lewin competing for the starting berth.
Sam Allardyce will be without Michael Keane, who is still sidelined because of a gashed foot, and midfielder Idrissa Gueye (hamstring) however.
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton - Key stats
- Tottenham are unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League games against Everton (W5 D5), their longest such run against them since a run of 13 between 1997 and 2003.
- Everton haven’t won away in the league at Spurs since November 2008 (1-0), drawing three and losing five since then.
- The Toffees’ last three visits to Wembley Stadium have ended in 1-2 defeats – against Chelsea in the 2009 FA Cup final, Liverpool in the 2012 FA Cup semi-final and Manchester United in the 2016 FA Cup semi-final.
- Everton have won only one of their last 43 Premier League away games against one of the ‘big six’ (1-0 at Man Utd in December 2013) – drawing 15 and losing 27.
- Having not lost any of their first six Premier League games under Sam Allardyce (W3 D3), the Toffees have now lost their last two.
- Just 29.6% of Everton’s Premier League points this season have come away from home (8/27), the lowest ratio in the division.
- After losing their first home Premier League game at Wembley vs Chelsea, Spurs are unbeaten in their last 10 at the ground in the competition (W6 D4).
- Harry Kane has scored a brace in each of his last two Premier League appearances against Everton. Only six players have ever scored two or more goals in three consecutive Premier League appearances against a specific opponent.
- Kane is also just one goal away from equalling Teddy Sheringham (97) as Tottenham’s highest ever scorer in the Premier League (currently 96).
- Son Heung-Min could become just the second Spurs player to score in five consecutive home Premier League games after Jermain Defoe, who did so between November and December 2004.
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton - Betting odds
Tottenham - 1/4
Draw - 9/2
Everton - 12/1
All odds from William Hill and correct at time of writing.
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