Only goal difference separates these two sides as ninth takes on tenth, both on 17 points, as they look set to battle it out and go a step closer to a top four finish.
Everton’s joint-top goalscorers this season Romelu Lukaku and Steven Naismith, currently on five goals, will look to continue to add to that tally against a Spurs defence who haven’t kept a clean sheet in five games.
Another must win game for both side but added pressure rests on the shoulders of Maurchio Pochettino as rumours over his future continues to build.
KICK-OFF: Sunday, 4pm
Tottenham 1 (Adebayor) Everton 0 (Lambert), Premier League, February 2014
Everton 0 Tottenham 0, Premier League, November 2013
Tottenham 2 (Adebayor, Sigurdsson) Everton 2 (Jagielka, Mirallas), Premier League, April 2013
Head to head record: 54 Everton wins, 61 Tottenham wins, 50 draws.
Tottenham’s last four results have finished 2-1, winning two and losing two of those.
Emmanuel Adebayor has scored twice in his last three games against Everton.
Everton have scored ten goals in their last six games.
Tottenham to win: 2.42
Everton to win: 3.2
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