TOTTENHAM v EVERTON, BETTING PREVIEW & PREDICTION

TOTTENHAM v EVERTON

Tottenham’s first game after the resumption was a 1-1 draw to Manchester United and they then had a routine 2-0 home win over West Ham, but things then went horribly wrong for them as they lost 3-1 to Sheffield United on the road.

Tottenham have been strong at home this season with 9 wins and 3 draws in 16 matches and looking at the goal scoring stats Tottenham’s home matches have had a 50% hit rate for over and under 2.5 goal backers and have averaged 2.9 goals each.

Everton have taken 7 points from a possible 9 since their return to action after the COVID-19 break.  They started with a goalless draw at home to Liverpool and then beat Norwich 1-0 on the road and Leicester 2-1 at home.  That win over Norwich away was only their 4th away win of the season in 16 starts and they have lost 9 times on the road already.

Everton away games have been fairly high scoring, averaging 3.1 goals each with 10 of the 16 matches delivering for over 2.5 goal backers.

These sides played to a 1-1 draw at Everton earlier in the season and the sides drew this fixture 2-2 last season.

Betting – Click here to bet

Tottenham 11/10

Draw 5/2

Everton 51/20

Suggested Bet:  Over 2.5 goals at 17/20

There is a history of goals between these sides and in the last 6 head-to-head meetings this bet would have arrived 5 times.  I am not getting involved in the match result, although I do think that if anything the value lies with Everton and that based on current form Tottenham may be worth taking on.

Remember there are a host of markets to bet on including the first goal scorer where Harry Kane as a 4/1 favourite and you can also back Kane to find the net at any time at odds of 5/4.

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