Tottenham produced a positive display in the 2-1 away loss to Liverpool in their last fixture, and will hope for a victory against an Everton side also in dire need of a win.
Everton, who were highlighted as being a dark horse to break into the top four this season, have been highly unpredictable thus far, sitting 16th in the table
Only three points separate Everton in 16th to Man United in 7th position in the Premier League table, so there’s still time for the Toffees to push up the rankings and fight for a European place.
Tottenham haven’t won in the league in over a month, their last win coming in a 2-1 win over Southampton at the end of September.
Spurs are finding it difficult to keep clean sheets this season, only managing one in the league so far. Previously a compact, hard-to-beat unit, perhaps nothing encapsulates how Tottenham have slipped lately than that.
Spurs haven’t won on the road either this season, losing three and drawing three. With Everton’s home form in flux – beating Wolves and West Ham but losing to Sheffield United and Manchester City – it’s hard to know what to expect.
With the unpredictable nature of both sides, expect a high-scoring draw. 2-2 isn’t out of the question.
Both sides are lacking consistency in the league, and with both finding the inability to keep clean sheets and with the visitors having a poor away record, expect a high scoring draw with the top bookmakers. 888sport has the best price for a draw at 5/2.
With three goals in less than a week, Harry Kane’s form is picking up after an indifferent start to the season. The English striker is priced at 5/4 to score at anytime against the Toffees with 888sport.
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