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Tottenham v Everton Preview And Betting Tips

Tottenham v Everton Preview And Betting Tips

Tottenham welcome Everton in the Monday night Premier League clash with both sides in need of the three points if they are going to get into the European spots. Spurs sit ninth just a point clear of Everton and a win for either team could see them jump several places in a tightly packed midtable. Expert tipsters Form Labs guide you to where the value might lie with their betting preview and tips for the game.



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It’s been a bit of a torrid time for Jose Mourinho so far in the Spurs camp as every time it looks like he’s putting his stamp on the squad, they suffer another setback, this time in the form of a humbling 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United.

The leaves them with just one win in their last nine across all competitions, which included defeats to nil in both legs against Leipzig in the Champions League, as well as getting knocked out of the FA Cup by rock-bottom Norwich.

The Toffees will still feel like they’re in the hunt for a Europa League spot with just three points separating seventh-placed Sheffield United and Carlo Ancelotti’s men in 11th, especially with this being their last encounter with one of the ‘Big Six’ this campaign.

The Italian manager has brought an upsurge in results since his arrival and he remains unbeaten at Goodison Park, though they’ve been less prolific on their travels.

Everton are a balanced W3-D1-L3 on the road under him, with all three victories coming against bottom-half sides, while they’ve suffered defeat against the only top sides they’ve played on that run in Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City.

With Spurs’ recent run of results, as well as Everton’s away record, we’re not 100% convinced on backing either side on the outright.

Both Teams To Score

Five of Everton’s seven road trips under Ancelotti have seen a minimum of three goals, including all three with top-half sides. While we usually associate Mourinho with shutting up shop and keeping games tight, that’s not exactly been the narrative in North London, with no real pattern or consistency developing.

That’s led to goals at both ends of the pitch, with six of the last seven seeing both sides find the net. They’ve found the net in each of their last nine, while Everton have still at least scored on the road in six of their seven games, only drawing a blank against an in-form Chelsea.

The case for both to register is backed up by the attacking talent on display. This game comes too soon for Theo Walcott, though another former Arsenal man, Alex Iwobi, has provided a threat in his absence.

The Merseyside club have scored 50% more goals this season when Iwobi starts, and with the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison more than capable of finding the net, they definitely can cause their host’s backline some problems.

It’s a similar story for the Lilywhites with Harry Kane back in the picture, as they’ve plundered 28% more goals when the England Striker starts for them over the same period. Although it’s a relatively short price, it seems the best option for a close contest like this.

Both Spurs And Everton To Score At 4/6

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