Latest Spurs v Everton odds, team news and match preview as Tottenham look to push on for Champions League qualification.
Tottenham are considered 23/20 favourites to beat Everton at White Hart Lane as both sides look to give their European ambitions a major boost on Sunday afternoon.
Every year, Tottenham and Everton are considered contenders for a European spot but whilst they have faltered in past seasons, both teams have a chance of making their dreams a reality with victory on Sunday.
Spurs have fallen away from the title fight this season but Spurs are still in the hunt for a European spot and Tim Sherwood’s side find themselves in sixth place going into Sunday’s big name.
The big news for Tottenham is that Andros Townsend is expected to feature for the first time since December as he has fully recovered from a hamstring injury.
In an additional boost to their creative options, Moussa Dembele has also shaken off a thigh injury to help him to earn a spot either on the wing or in the middle of the park should he be needed.
Tottenham often welcome Everton to White Hart Lane as they have beaten them 12 times at home in the Premier League in what is one of their best home records against top flight opposition.
Despite having experienced a wealth of changes during the summer, Everton have continued to excel and The Toffees find themselves in 5th place two points off the Champions League spots.
In what will be a welcomed return, Spanish midfielder Gerard Delofeu will make his return for the first time in 2014 and hope that he can continue his great goalscoring form of late last year.
In addition to that, Romelu Lukaku has shaken off a slight knock to start upfront on Sunday whilst Lacina Traore could also debut after joining on deadline day in what could be a refreshed attacking look for Roberto Martinez’s side.
Everton are often at their most dangerous from set-pieces and this could set to happen once again on Sunday as the visitors are the most fouled side in the Premier League having been rewarded 315 free-kicks so far this season.
Sunday’s clash will certainly be a close match but both Tottenham and Everton will be desperate to get the three points in order to boost their chances of playing in Europe next season.