Live on Sky: Everton vs Tottenham preview
Watch Everton vs Tottenham live from 4pm on Sky Sports Premier League; kick-off 4.30pm. Match highlights available shortly after full-time on the Sky Sports website and app
Last Updated: 03/11/19 2:50pm
Team news, key stats and prediction ahead of Everton vs Tottenham in the Premier League.
Everton are set to make a late decision on defender Yerry Mina ahead of Sunday. Mina came off in the first half of the 2-0 Carabao Cup win against Watford on Tuesday with a knee issue.
There were reports late on Saturday that Harry Kane would miss out due to illness, while Tottenham also have a doubt over defender Jan Vertonghen. The Belgium centre-back has picked up a hamstring injury and will be assessed ahead of Spurs' second successive trip to Merseyside.
Erik Lamela is also out with a thigh injury while Danny Rose is suspended.
How to follow and watch
Everton vs Tottenham is live on Super Sunday from 4pm; kick-off 4.30pm. Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips in the live match blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
- Everton have lost their last two home league games against Spurs by an aggregate score of 2-9 (0-3 and 2-6). They've never lost three consecutive top-flight home games by a margin of 3+ goals against an opponent before.
- Tottenham are unbeaten in their last 13 Premier League games against Everton (W7 D6), their joint-longest such run against the Toffees in the top-flight (also 13 between 1997-2003).
- Tottenham and Everton are facing each other in a Premier League match with both sides starting the day in the bottom half of the table for the first time since April 2004, when David Moyes' Everton beat David Pleat's Spurs 3-1 at Goodison Park.
- Everton have lost five of their last six Premier League games (W1), winning fewer points in the competition in that period than any other side (3).
- Spurs are winless in their last 11 Premier League away games (D2 L9), their longest such run since a run of 14 between May 2000-January 2001 under George Graham.
- Tottenham have lost 18 games in all competitions in 2019, their most in a calendar year since 2008 (19).
- Everton have won seven of their last nine Premier League home games, though they have lost two of their last three. The Toffees have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last 10 Premier League matches at Goodison Park.
Charlie Nicholas' prediction
This is the game. There is no doubt that Marco Silva is under the most extreme pressure and the only reason he is hanging on is because of his home record. Mauricio Pochettino can take another hit as they are in the Champions League.
They did not play too badly at Liverpool, but the Tottenham issues are in defence and going forward. Does he have the right balance?
Does Dele Alli deserve to be in the team? Why is Lucas Moura not playing? Christian Eriksen is a passenger at the moment, so he doesn't belong in the team. There is too much confusion at Tottenham. The manager is not the problem but there is something within.
They have not signed players on longer-term contracts, like Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen. Danny Rose is an accident waiting to happen, while Serge Aurier has been a disaster. It will be an open game and Silva will pick an attacking team here. It is so hard to predict what will happen to either of these sides.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 2-1 (9/1 with Sky Bet)