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            Everton vs Tottenham: Betting Tips, Match Prediction & Preview

            Goodison Park hosts Everton and Tottenham this Saturday in the Premier League. The two sides are in battles at opposite ends of the table, with Everton in a relegation scrap whereas Tottenham are within the fight for Champions League football.

            These odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.

            The Toffee’s ten-point deduction leaves them hanging in the balance, even with their bout of good form following the deduction. This means a win could draw them into the big cluster of clubs above them and could prevent Tottenham from moving into the Champions League spots.

            Everton currently sit 18th in the Premier League after 21 games. The Toffees have eight wins, four draws and ten losses, leaving them on 18 points, one point below 17th Luton Town and two points from 16th Nottingham Forest.

            The Toffees have flattered to deceive so far in front of goal, scoring 24 goals in 22 games, giving them an average of 1.09 goals a game. However, at the other end of the pitch, Everton have performed. The Toffees have conceded just 28 goals this season and have kept eight clean sheets, ranking their defence the fifth best defence in the league.

            Tottenham, on the other hand, currently sit fourth in the Premier League. In 22 games, Spurs have 13 wins, four draws and five losses which leaves them on 43 points, just three points behind Manchester City and Arsenal, while being ahead of Aston Villa on goal difference.

            Spurs have been on fire in front of goal, Son Heung-min has 12 goals already and the team have 47 goals, with an average of 2.14 goals a game. However, the defence has somewhat faltered. In 22 games, Tottenham have conceded 33 goals and have kept just five clean sheets.

            Everton and Tottenham have met 187 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1904. Tottenham have the better record in the fixture with 71 wins in comparison to Everton’s 57 wins. In fact, a draw is more common than an Everton win, happening on 59 occasions.

            In the last five games in the fixture, Everton have been unable to pick up a win, with Tottenham winning three times and both picking up a point twice. Also, other than the 5 - 0 Tottenham win in 2022, there has only been one other game with more than three goals.

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            This game is likely to come too soon for Abdoulaye Doucoure who has just returned to training, while recent news has stated that Dele Alli will be undergoing surgery for a groin injury, potentially ending the ex-Spurs man's season. Idrissa Gueye and Andre Gomes are both doubts for this weekend, while Armaut Danjuma and Amadou Onana's fitness is touch and go. However, Seamus Coleman and Ashley Young could return.

            Tottenham Team News

            Ange Postecoglou also has some injuries to manage this weekend. Manor Solomon and Giovani Lo Celso are all unavailable with Pape Sarr, Son and Yves Bissouma all away on international duty. On top of this, Alejo Veliz will be unavailable as the Argentinian forward is on the verge of a loan move to Sevilla.

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            In their last six games in all competitions, Everton have one win, three draws and two losses.

            The clash against Wolves saw Everton unable to get any of their ten shots on target. Max Kilman’s goal in the 25th minute gave Wolves the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. Matheus Cunha and Craig Dawson both scored in the second half for a 3 - 0 win for Wolves.

            In the FA Cup Third Round, it was an all-Premier League tie against Crystal Palace. Both Everton and Crystal Palace could only manage three shots on target, but couldn’t convert any. Despite Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s controversial red card, Palace couldn’t find a goal and the game ended in a 0 - 0 draw.

            Back in the Premier League, Everton took on Aston Villa. The Toffees once again only had two shots on target and played out another 0 - 0 draw.

            In the Replay of the Third Round, Everton hosted Crystal Palace. However, this time out, Gomes grabbed a goal just before the halftime whistle. Even with five more shots, Palace were unable to find the back of the net giving Everton the 1 - 0 win.

            The resulting Fourth Round clash in the FA Cup was another all-Premier League tie against Luton Town. A Vitaliy Mykolenko own goal gave Luton Town the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. Jack Harrison drew Everton level just ten minutes into the second half, but a 96th-minute goal from Cauley Woodrow gave Luton the 2 - 1 win.

            In the midweek, Everton travelled to Craven Cottage where they managed a goalless draw with Fulham despite there being a total of 46 shots taken in the match.

            In their last six games in all competitions, Tottenham have three wins, one draw and two losses.

            The trip to Brighton was a miserable affair for Spurs. Jack Hinselwood opened the scoring for Brighton and Joao Pedro’s first penalty gave Brighton the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. A goal from Pervis Estupinan and Pedro’s second penalty then gave Brighton the 4 - 0 lead, making goals from Veliz and Ben Davies null and void as Brighton took home a 4 - 2 win.

            Back in the Premier League, Tottenham hosted Bournemouth. Sarr, Son and Richarlison all scored to give Tottenham the 3 - 0 lead going into the last ten minutes. Alex Scott did manage to get a goal, but Tottenham held on for the 3 - 1 win.

            In the Third Round of the FA Cup, Tottenham hosted Burnley. Pedro Porro scored the only goal of the game in the 78th minute to give Tottenham the 1 - 0 win and the spot in the next round.

            The visit to Old Trafford saw Rasmus Hojlund give Manchester United the lead in the third minute. Richarlison drew Tottenham level but Marcus Rashford regained the lead for United. However, just one minute into the second half, Rodrigo Bentancur grabbed a goal to secure the 2 - 2 draw.

            In the FA Cup Fourth Round, Tottenham hosted Manchester City. Nathan Ake scored in the 88th minute to give City the 1 - 0 win and an uncommon win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

            Tottenham took on Brentford on Wednesday night and earned an impressive 3-2 victory as goals by Destiny Udogie, Brennan Johnson and Richarlison cancelled out strikes by Brentford's Neal Maupay and Ivan Toney.

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            Where to watch

            Everton vs Tottenham will be broadcasted on TNT Sports but can also be followed on the radio on BBC Five Live.