Tottenham vs Everton Predictions, Betting Tips & Preview
Spurs are unbeaten in eight home games against Everton and it’ll take all of the Toffees might if they’re to leave Wembley with a point this time around. Allardyce’s men will need to pick themselves up quickly after Merseyside disappointmenton Friday night. Game: Tottenham vs Everton Venue: Wembley Stadium Kick-off: Saturday, 13th January, 5.30pm Tottenham host Everton in the televised game on Saturday evening, with the hosts riding a 10 game unbeaten run in the league at home dating back to their early-season loss to Chelsea. Everton arrive in much worse shape as a late disappointment at Anfield was not only crushing in that moment, it means they’ve lost three straight games. Prior to that slip-up Sam Allardyce’s side had beaten West Ham 4-0 and never looked back, sparking a run of five wins and three draws through November and December. Only one of those victories came on their travels though, where the blues have been beaten nine times this season. Despite a string of clean sheets under Allardyce, Everton have reverted back to conceding soft goals at the worst possible time in recent weeks. But no Premier League side has drawn more away games this season, with Everton coming from behind five teams in those games.
The visitors have already been written off as Tottenham are best odds 1/4 with Sky Bet. The draw is available at 21/4 through Unibet whilst Betfair offer 12/1 on a shock Everton win. It’s hard to bet against any of the big six when they play at home. Tottenham have scored 16 goals in their last five home games alone. Tottenham failed to take their chances last time out and thus drew 1-1 with West Ham so you imagine they’ll want to bounce back here to keep in touch with fourth-placed Liverpool. Every game is just a building block toward the future for Everton, who may struggle on the big Wembley pitch without Michael Keane and their starting full-backs. Back our Free Betting Tip: Tottenham -1.5AH at 1.83 with Bet365 Everton were massively undervalued at Liverpool and despite losing covered the harsh +1.5 handicap. Despite that, it was a crushing loss to their local rivals, and with losses coming thick and fast during the recent festive period, Everton may need a full week off to pick themselves up from that one. Back our Score Prediction: Tottenham 2-0 at 23/5 with Bet365 AFC Wimbledon were keeping Spurs at bay as the hour mark passed, but then they were shown a glimpse of what the best striker in England is capable of. Harry Kane netted twice in as many minutes to open his account for 2017 and extended his goalscoring record this season to 27 in 31 across all competitions. It’s hard to bet against Kane scoring in any game he plays in. Back our Scorer Prediction: Harry Kane at 4/7 with Coral