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Draw Everton Vs Spurs

Apr 3, 2023
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Everton Vs Spurs

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 60 41.7%
  • Everton Win

    Votes: 44 30.6%
  • Score Draw

    Votes: 38 26.4%
  • Goalless Draw

    Votes: 2 1.4%

  • Total voters




David Coote 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

Everton - LLDWD ===== Spurs- LLDW

Both us and Everton round off the Premier League weekend when we meet at Goodison Park tonight. We both have had a chaotic two weeks off the pitch, with issues at board level overshadowing action on the field.

We represent unfavourable opponents for the Toffees to face next, as they have failed to beat us in the league at home since 2012, with a solitary win behind closed doors at our stadium in 2020 their only victory in 20 meetings.

The week we have had has been the most tumultuous out of any side in the Premier League. Conte left his post as Manager after his sensational outburst in the aftermath of our draw at Southampton before the international break.

Stellini has taken temporary charge until the end of the season, after deputising for Conte while he was absent following gallbladder surgery earlier this year. On top of that, our director of football Paratici has had his 30-month ban from Italian football turned into a world wide banby FIFA, essentially ending his time with the club.

On-field matters still appear promising for us though, as we can above both Man Utd and Newcastle with a win tonight, taking us into third spot.

But our last five away games have been a nightmare too, with a crushing defeat at Leicester City being followed up by exits from the Champions League and FA Cup, plus defeat at Wolverhampton Wanderers before the late collapse at Southampton. We have already conceded as many goals this season as we did in the whole of the last, more than we have let in at this stage of a season in 15 years.

Once again, we will look to Kane to be the match winner, just a week after he became England's all time record goal scorer. Kane has an excellent record against Everton too, having scored 14 career goals against the Toffees, including the opener in Spurs' 2-0 win in the reverse fixture back in October.

Everton enter the weekend on the back of accusations that they breached financial fair play rules, with the Premier League opening up an investigation which could see the Toffees deducted points.

The club staunchly denies the allegations claiming they have always worked within the limits, but it is unclear whether it will affect them this season.

On the field, Dyches’s arrival has given everybody at the club a huge boost, after the perilous position Everton found themselves in under Lampard.

They have won three of their four home games since Dyche's appointment - all by one goal to nil - including against league leaders Arsenal and a Brentford side which had not been beaten in five months.

A 2-2 at Chelsea last time out was one of the stories of the weekend, as Ellis
Simms scored his first Premier League goal just minutes from time to earn Everton a potentially crucial point at Stamford Bridge.

Doucoure played a big role in the result too, setting up Simms after he had scored Everton's first equaliser, meaning the midfielder now has two goals and two assists in three matches, after going 38 games without contributing
to a goal at all.

Despite the upturn in form which has seen them take five points from a possible nine, Everton are still among the favourites for the drop, as they have played more games than most of the other eight sides in the relegation mix, all separated by just four points.


We first played each other on Saturday 6th February 1904 where we beat them 2-1 at their ground in an FA Cup tie.

We have gone on and played each other 183 times, where are have won 40, they 56 and 57 of the games were drawn.

League: We have won 65, they have won 50 and 56 have been drawn
FA Cup: We have won 4, they have won 6 and 1 was drawn
League Cup: We have won the only game we had played.3