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The White Hart Lane stadium in London will be hosting a sensational encounter between Tottenham Hotspur and Everton, on Sundayafternoon. The match will be played as a part of the game week 27 of the Barclays Premier League.
While the performance of the two sides has been quite decent off lately, Spurs have simply managed to outclass their opponents in every aspect. They are currently at the second place with 53 points, and need a win here to avoid slipping out of the top three. After their 2-0 loss to Liverpool, they picked themselves up well and moved on to defeat Stoke City by 4-0.
On the other hand, Everton are at the seventh place, and are yet to lose a match in 2017. However, they have been held to many draws so far, which explains their points tally of 44. Most recently, they held Middlesbrough to a goalless draw, which they followed with a 2-0 win against Sunderland.
Both the teams have got a pretty impressive squad. Moreover, they have won five of their last seven games with a clean sheet. When they met in the Goodison Park for the first leg of this fixture, the result was a 1-1 draw. At White Hart Lane, Spurs have a good record and they'll begin the match as the favourites to win.
Tottenham Hotspur will host Everton at white Hart Lane on Saturday, August 29, 2015. This game will kick off at 17:30 hours.
Tottenham have had a mediocre start to the season and face the tough challenge of Everton at home in the game. Harry Kane has not clicked and there are doubts about the fitness of Christian Eriksen. The team clearly lacks clinical finishing and that is exactly what could cost them in this game as well. The manager will have to make a few changes to the line up and ensure that he fields a stronger team in this game. Another loss will surely pile the pressure on the players and frustration amongst the fans.
Everton have had a decent start to their season. They dropped just the one game to Manchester City but managed to win one and draw the other of the two games that they played. Romelu Lukaku is fine form and the giant Belgian looks threatening. He could be the major difference between the two teams. His aerial presence combined with the ability to shoot with either foot makes him a big threat in front of goal. Kone has been outstanding too and will most likely partner him upfront.
This game is one that is surely tilting in favour of Everton. They have the more balanced and the stronger team based on form.
The last two of the top 10, Everton and Tottenham, face-off against each other at White Hart Lane, on Sunday, November 30th at 16:00 hours BST.
Tottenham Hotspur will want to keep their momentum after their brilliant comeback against Hull City, last weekend. Tottenham have an impressive home record against Everton at White Hart Lane winning 40 out of the 78 matches played. Man-in-form, Harry Kane seems most likely to score in the game as his fellow strike partners, Roberto Soldado & Emmanuel Adebayor, have been struggling to get themselves on the scoresheet. Christian Eriksen has also been influential in midfield. Mauricio Pochettino will have to motivate his defenders as they have been poor lately, keeping no clean sheet and conceding 10 goals in the last five matches.
Everton are unbeaten in their last five games and will look forward to keeping that streak alive. Steven Naismith and Leighton Baines, both, are nursing hamstring injuries and may not be fully fit for the game against Tottenham. The attacking responsibilities will rest with Belgian striker, Romelu Lukaku. Ross Barkley & Kevin Mirallas will have to produce the creativity in midfield.
Both teams will look to get maximum points from this encounter but it looks like it’s going to be an entertaining draw with goals.
An intriguing Round 25 fixture pits European hopefuls Tottenham and Everton against each other at White Hart Lane this Sunday. Join thousands of footy fans at Free-football.tv and watch Spurs vs Everton live on your computer.
Everton bounced back from their 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Liverpool to beat Aston Villa 2-1. The Toffees had to do it the hard way, having fallen 1-0 behind at the interval after Villa scored from their first major attack of the game.
However substitutes Steven Pienaar and Steven Naismith combined for Everton’s equalizing goal and five minutes from time, Greek striker Kevin Mirallas produced a gem of a free kick as the Toffees completed their turn around.
Tottenham drew 1-1 with Hull City last weekend. It was probably a fair result given the performances of both sides on the field. Spurs’ goal came through Paulinho, who finished well after Danny Rose’s attempted long range effort had landed at his feet. Only a single point separates the two sides going into this weekend’s fixture, with Everton having 45 to Spurs’ 44.
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