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Watch Tottenham vs Everton live on Sky Sports Premier League or Main Event from 7.30pm on Monday; Kick-off is 8pm

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Watch Tottenham vs Everton live on Sky Sports Premier League or Main Event from 7.30pm on Monday; Kick-off is 8pm

Team news, stats and prediction ahead of Tottenham vs Everton in the Premier League on Monday (kick-off 8pm).

Team news

Dele Alli is a doubt for Tottenham’s Premier League match with Everton on Monday after sustaining a hamstring injury in training.

The England international, who has a history of such problems, sustained the issue on Saturday, but Jose Mourinho does not know if he will be fit.

“Something today in training with Dele Alli,” Mourinho said. “I don’t think it’s big. I don’t really know what it is.

“Hamstring, which is something he’s had problems with in the past, even in this season, and is always something that makes the medical department think about it.”

FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Everton’s win against Leicester in the Premier League

FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Everton’s win against Leicester in the Premier League

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti is confident Richarlison will be fit for Monday’s game. The Brazil forward, having scored the opener, hobbled off in the second half of Wednesday’s 2-1 win over Leicester with an ankle problem.

Ancelotti said on Friday: “Richarlison didn’t train today, but I think he will be able to train tomorrow and is not going to have any problem to play on Monday.

“I think he will be fine. He has to train tomorrow and Sunday but I think he is recovering well from the knock.”

Djibril Sidibe (ankle) is available to return to action, but Theo Walcott (chest) remains sidelined, as does Fabian Delph (muscle strain).

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Tottenham vs Everton

July 6, 2020, 7:30pm

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Charlie’s prediction

Tottenham should have had an equaliser at Sheffield United, but at the same time they were well beaten. I have said the same thing. Why have Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld resigned when Jose Mourinho doesn’t fancy them?

What is the full-back situation? Serge Aurier is a liability but is strong going forwards. Mauricio Pochettino used to chop and change his full-backs most weeks. Ben Davies has been playing but struggles defensively, and he was taken off at Bramall Lane. Tanguy Ndombele was put on when it was an embarrassing scoreline too, so he looks out of favour.

Harry Kane nicked a goal but is suffering at the minute. Lucas Moura is not the same threat and Heung-Min Son looked out of sorts too. It looks confused. Dele Alli cannot get in the team now either. Maybe the shape is too rigid.

FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Sheffield United’s win against Tottenham in the Premier League

FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Sheffield United’s win against Tottenham in the Premier League

Mourinho is picking the same team but they are making the same mistakes. The centre-backs are struggling and so are the protectors in midfield. Giovani Lo Celso looks good on the ball but is he defensively good? No. They are not understanding what is being asked of them.

The opposite has happened to Everton. It will be a struggle for Richarlison to make this one, but he has played beautifully for Carlo Ancelotti. Jordan Pickford got away with another one and one day he will get punished again.

Defensively, Everton have improved but they are still not as good as what they should be. Michael Keane is getting back to some decent form but is still not consistent enough. On the other side, they are strong going forwards. Dominic Calvert-Lewin is a handful, while Gylfi Sigurdsson is a decent footballer and a creative spark in midfield.

If there was no trophy in the current season for Tottenham or a chance of making the top four, I imagined Jose would move on. All of a sudden they are in ninth place. If they don’t win, Mourinho is not going to be under pressure, but if he does not get the right response, he will say that it isn’t working for him or the team and potentially agree to go separate ways, and that is where Tottenham are stuck at the moment.

He looks a lonely figure, and I do not see Tottenham winning here either. Everton improved massively and I see them nicking a point here in a score draw.

CHARLIE PREDICTS: 2-2 (12/1 with Sky Bet)

Opta stats

  • Tottenham have lost just three of their 27 Premier League home games against Everton (W16 D8), and are unbeaten in their last 10 against them. Those three defeats came in three consecutive campaigns between 2006-07 and 2008-09.
  • Everton are winless in their last 14 Premier League meetings with Tottenham (D7 L7) since a 2-1 win in December 2012 at Goodison Park.
  • Tottenham’s current 14 game unbeaten run against Everton is their joint longest run without defeat against a specific opponent in the Premier League (also 14 games against Sunderland between 2010 – 2017 and Swansea City between 2011 – 2018).
  • Everton are looking to win back-to-back Premier League away games for the first time since September 2016. However, the Toffees have lost 77 of their 155 Premier League games in London (49.7%), with only Newcastle losing more such away games in the competition (79).
  • Since Carlo Ancelotti’s first game in charge of Everton on Boxing Day, only Liverpool, Man Utd and Man City have earned more Premier League points than the Toffees (25 – W7 D4 L3).

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