Everton have scored more goals at home than any other side – but they’ve only won three of their last 12 Premier League games. If they didn’t have Romelu Lukaku saving their bacon, it’s likely the Toffees would be well and trult stuck in a relegation battle. As it stands they are nine points clear of the bottom three, and nine off the top four, something which should trouble Roberto Martinez.
He’s got an ace up his sleeve though in the form of Gerard Deulofeu. The Spaniard scored last time round in the Christmas cracker against Stoke, and was key to most of Everton’s attacks.
- 74% pass accuracy so far in his games
- Ross Barkley seems to be the focus, but Deulofeu has the same amount of assists as the Englishman.
Should Everton use the same tactic as they did against the Potters, the young winger will score. A wincast is
Spurs are looking to win four Premier League games in a row for the first time since the first week of January 2014. Mauricio Pochettino must be happy with their season though. Two losses (one at the start of the year), just four points off the top of the table, and Harry Kane continuing his form from last season after a sluggish start.
This is going to be a fantastic game
- Spurs are unbeaten in their last six PL games against Everton
- They’ve kept four clean sheets against them in that time
- Everton are the second highest scorers in the division after Man City
- Both teams have scored in 63% of Everton’s games, second only to Leicester in the league table
You have the obvious bets for first goalscorer – Romelu Lukaku and Harry Kane . Both teams to score is a banker at and I think over 3.5 goals should be taken as well. For anytime, Son has got past the claims of nepotism to have a solid debut season, and could back up his goal against Norwich with one here at