Tottenham Hotspur v Everton Betting Tips & Preview – Saturday 13th January 2018

Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur and Sam Allardyce’s Everton meet at Wembley Stadium this Saturday evening for a tasty-looking Premier League matchup. Spurs, who convincingly beat the Toffees at Goodison Park back in September, have a good record in this fixture in recent years.

After three straight defeats in all competitions, Everton will be looking to stop the rot in the capital. Can the away side leave London with a positive result? Will Tottenham keep up their fine recent record against the Toffees? We should be in for an entertaining affair in the national stadium this Saturday.

Top Tips

Tottenham Hotspur to Win -1 @ 8/11

Tottenham Hotspur to Win and Both Teams to Score @ 9/4

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Tottenham Hotspur Form

Tottenham have struck back well following last month’s heavy 4-1 defeat at Manchester City. Since then, Spurs have won four and drawn one in all competitions. Last time out in the Premier League, though, the Lilywhites failed to get the better of David Moyes’ West Ham United in a frustrating 1-1 draw at Wembley.

Nevertheless, Tottenham have been very good at home of late, winning seven and drawing two of nine since losing in the EFL Cup to West Ham back in October. Pochettino’s troops have not lost at home in the league since Chelsea won 2-1 in the national stadium back in August, which remains their only league home loss of the campaign.

Tottenham Hotspur v AFC Wimbledon 7th January 2018 3-0 Win
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United 4th January 2018 1-1 Draw
Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur 2nd January 2018 0-2 Win

Everton Form

Although Everton have ultimately improved under Allardyce, the club will be disappointed to have lost their last three. After falling to back-to-back Premier League losses to Bournemouth and Manchester United respectively, the Toffees were beaten 2-1 in the Emirates FA Cup Merseyside derby at Anfield last Friday night.

It’s been a topsy-turvy season for Everton, who have moved away from trouble and up to ninth in recent weeks. Their away form will be a real worry for Big Sam, however, as the Merseysiders have picked up just one league win on the road all season. In fact, only Southampton, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City have taken fewer away points up until now.

Liverpool v Everton 5th January 2018 2-1 Loss
Everton v Manchester United 1st January 2018 0-2 Loss
Bournemouth v Everton 30th December 2017 2-1 Loss

Head to Head Stats

Tottenham blew Everton away in the reverse fixture at Goodison Park in September. Back then, Harry Kane netted twice and Christian Eriksen hit the other in an easy 3-0 win for the Londoners. Spurs also took four points away from Everton in the two fixtures last season.

Worryingly for the Toffees, they have not beaten Tottenham since Nikica Jelavic and Steven Pienaar were on hand to give them a 2-1 victory way back in December 2012. Also, it’s been nearly a decade since their last triumph at Tottenham.

Everton v Tottenham Hotspur 9th September 2017 0-3 Tottenham Win
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton 5th March 2017 3-2 Tottenham Win
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur 13th August 2016 1-1 Draw

Injuries & Suspensions

Tottenham’s Danny Rose is fighting to be fit after picking up a knee injury. Meanwhile, Idrissa Gueye and Michael Keane could miss out again for Everton.

Tottenham Hotspur

  • Danny Rose - Could miss out with a knee problem
  • Toby Alderweireld - Out until February with a hamstring injury


  • Seamus Coleman - Still recovering from a broken leg
  • Idrissa Gueye - Could miss out with a hamstring injury
  • Maarten Stekelenburg - Stopper a doubt with a groin strain
  • Leighton Baines - Doubtful due to a calf injury
  • Michael Keane - Recently picked up a foot injury
  • Ramiro Funes Mori - Side-lined until April with a meniscus injury

Betting Tips

Tottenham have certainly enjoyed their recent fixtures against Everton, and they will fancy their chances of seeing them off again in this one. Spurs are the in-form team, whilst the Toffees head to Wembley having not won since mid-December. However, Allardyce is renowned for setting his sides up to frustrate, which they will no doubt be looking to do at the weekend. West Ham left Wembley with a point last week, can the Toffees do the same on Saturday?

Tottenham Hotspur to Win -1

Since losing to Chelsea in their first home match of the season, Tottenham have been superb in their temporary home in the Premier League. After the 2-1 loss to the Blues back in August, the Lilywhites have won six and drawn four of 10, scoring 21 and shipping seven. Pochettino’s boys should be too strong for Everton this weekend, so have a punt on Spurs to win -1 at 8/11.

Tottenham Hotspur to Win and Both Teams to Score

Despite their good form at Wembley, Tottenham have kept just one clean sheet at home in their past five league encounters. Meanwhile, Everton have scored in seven of their previous eight away matches in all competitions. Take a look at the tempting odds of 9/4 for the hosts to prevail and both teams to score on Saturday.

Tottenham Hotspur to Score in Both Halves

We also think Tottenham will find the net either side of half time, which you can get at the decent price of 10/11.

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