After their incredible heroics in securing a Champions League final spot, Tottenham can be forgiven if they are still suffering from a midweek hangover when they welcome Everton in their final game of the season. That said and considering they will be signing off their domestic season in front of what should be an ecstatic home faithful, Pochettino’s team could very well sign off their season in style! Form Labs return with their betting preview and tips for the game while we bring you plenty of value with our selection of enhanced odds.
Good Week For Spurs
Spurs may not in all truth be enjoying the best of form, but nonetheless they produced the most epic European comeback since Tuesday, finding three crucial second-half strikes via Lucas Moura in Amsterdam to break Ajax hearts and reach their first ever Champions League final.
They’re also virtually guaranteed a top-four finish as they lead fifth-placed Arsenal by three points with a +8 goal difference over their North London rivals, with Unai Emery’s men failing to take advantage of the Lilywhites’ defeat at Bournemouth last weekend.
Key Players Missing For Spurs
Spurs will be without Heung-min Son after he was sent off during that clash alongside defender Juan Foyth, meaning Mauricio Pochettino will be unable to call upon his most deadly attacking weapons with Harry Kane still sidelined.
However, it’s been their form on the road that has disappointed as they’d lost nine of 10 trips across all competitions prior to the midweek bedlam, while in designated home fixtures they’ve won eight of their past 11 matches and kept six clean sheets.
Everton Recent Form
Everton can’t make seventh place anymore but they’re ending the season in strong fashion in any case. They’ve won five of their last seven matches – including home wins over Chelsea, Arsenal and Man Utd – though the exceptions came on their travels at Fulham and Palace as they’re still vulnerable away from Goodison Park.
Indeed, the Toffees have gone just W3-D1-L6 on their travels across all tournaments since late December, with the victories coming over Huddersfield, Cardiff and West Ham, while they’ve suffered defeats at the likes of Brighton, Southampton, Millwall, Newcastle and the Fulham.
Spurs v Everton Betting Tips
Aside from those three recent wins over the struggling trio of Chelsea, Arsenal and Man Utd, Marco Silva’s men have lost six of eight winless matches against ‘Big Six’ sides this term, including a 6-2 annihilation in the reverse fixture as well as four from five on the road.
In fact, Spurs have won all three head-to-head encounters since the start of last season by an aggregate scoreline of 13-2, while the Toffees have struggled for a long time away to the ‘Big Six’, losing 20 of 29 winless matches since 2014/15 and trailing at the break in 16 of those defeats.
Spurs should have their tails up after the joy of their Champions League experience and, although they’ve been somewhat fortunate domestically as their top-four rivals have all dropped points in recent weeks, they should enter this game full of confidence.
We simply can’t overlook Everton’s dreadful record in these kind of fixtures and the home win appeals at odds-against.
Meanwhile, in the absence of Kane and Son, Christian Eriksen piques our interest in the goalscorers market having netted in all three head-to-heads since the start of last season, while he’s also bagged two goals in their last four home games in league action.
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