Everton vs Tottenham betting tips: Premier League preview & predictions

Everton vs Tottenham 101 Great Goals prediction: Everton 1-3 Tottenham

After their loss to Liverpool at the weekend, Tottenham will return to Merseyside to face Everton in a game which is very important for both managers.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side played decent at times against the Premier League leaders but were unable to thwart Liverpool’s attacking trio.

Paulo Gazzaniga also made a string of impressive saves to keep Spurs in the game.

Now, with Pochettino still very much under pressure, Tottenham need a win to get back on track.

Meanwhile, Everton boss Marco Silva is also in need of a statement win this weekend.

The Toffees have been extremely poor in recent weeks, which was showcased against Brighton when they threw away a 2-1 lead to lose 3-2.

Everton did get back to winning ways against Watford on Tuesday night but despite that, Marco Silva needs to get the Toffees moving up the table if he is to keep his job.

Everton vs Tottenham: Who will win?

With both teams in pretty poor form, the bookies are predicting a pretty tight affair.

While Tottenham are the favourites, they are only marginally shorter odds than Everton.

Spurs can be found at 8/5 to win the game, while Everton are priced at 17/10.

A draw, meanwhile, is priced at 12/5.

Despite how close the odds are, Tottenham could win this game comfortably considering just how poor Everton have been under Marco Silva this season.

Though, Spurs are also susceptible to conceding goals and a BTTS Spurs win, priced at 7/2, is our match result pick.

A 3-1 scoreline in favour of the visitors, as we predict, is priced at an attractive 20/1.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 01: Alex Iwobi of Everton
celebrates scoring his teams second goal during the Premier League match between Everton FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Goodison Park on September 01, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Chloe Knott – Danehouse/Getty Images)

Both the Tottenham and Everton defences have been extremely poor this season and you could see both conceding this weekend.

As a result, the goalscorer market could provide some decent choices.

Harry Kane is the favourite to score first, priced at 10/3.

He’s then surprisingly followed by Everton’s Moise Kean, despite the Italian having not scored a goal for his new side yet.

Everton’s main goalscorer Richarlison is priced at 13/2 to score first, while Heung-Min Son is priced at 7/1.

For us, your best option would be to heavily back Harry Kane.

The Englishman is Tottenham’s main source of goals right now and has a pretty good record against Everton.

Everton vs Tottenham match preview

Starting with the Toffees, it’s been a very disappointing start to the season for Marco Silva and his side.

Everton went into this campaign with hopes of a top-six push but after ten games, look closer to a relegation battle than anything else.

The Toffees are currently sat in 16th after an extremely poor run of games which has seen them lose five of their last six games.

That places them bottom of the form table for the last six Premier League game weeks.

A lot of that comes down to their inability to create chances.

Despite beating Watford on Tuesday night, their performance consisted mainly of sidewards passing and no desire to break lines.

It took until the last 20 minutes of the game for them to get out of first gear and finally get themselves ahead.

If Marco Silva is to keep his job, Everton must show a desire to win the game against Tottenham this weekend.

If they don’t show that, it could be Silva’s final appearance at Goodison Park.


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Can Spurs get their campaign back on track?

Much like Everton, Tottenham have started the season poorly.

Despite an impressive campaign last season, where they made it to the Champions League final, Spurs look like a squad that is playing with each other for the first time.

Their performances seem disjointed, players are not performing as they were last season and results are sub-par.

The positive is that their performance improved somewhat against Liverpool last weekend.

They may have called upon Paulo Gazzaniga to save them numerous times, but Spurs did actually look threatening.

Son Heung-min’s effort which hit the crossbar was as close as they came to a second goal, but in the end, a clumsy individual error handed Liverpool the victory.

If Spurs were to replicate that performance against Everton this weekend, they would no doubt comfortably come away with three points.


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Everton team news vs Tottenham

The big blow for Everton this week is Yerry Mina.

The Colombian returned from injury during midweek when the Toffees faced off against Watford in the Carabao Cup.

However, he was forced off after suffering what looked to be an injury setback.

There’s not enough information to know if he’ll play the game this weekend, but it certainly doesn’t look likely.

Everton will also be without long-term absentees Bernard and Jean-Philippe Gbamin.

Tottenham team news vs Everton

With Danny Rose unavailable for the game, Ben Davies is the obvious choice to be drafted in at left-back.

Ndombele started the game against Liverpool on the bench last weekend but produced a pretty impressive performance during his cameo.

As a result, Pochettino should recall him to the starting line-up.

UPDATE: Could Harry Kane be injured?

Breaking news early on Sunday from reliable Tottenham Football London journalist Alisdair Gold suggests Harry Kane may be out of Tottenham’s team for the trip to Everton.

Kane’s Instagram suggested training as normal on Friday:


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Were Kane to miss out, the likely replacement for Tottenham would be Lucas Moura. With the Brazilian leading the line alongside Heung Min Son.

Kane is currently Tottenham’s captain with Hugo Lloris out of action until 2020.

Tottenham recorded some of their best results last season without Kane, including progressing past Manchester City and Ajax in the Champions League.

Nevertheless, this campaign, Kane has been one of Tottenham’s best performers.

Further update: Plenty of rumours on Sunday suggest Kane misses out due to illness, not injury. And, that the England and Tottenham captain has not travelled to Goodison Park.

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All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

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