Tottenham Hotspur Starting XI Prediction vs Everton FC


When Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino fields his starting lineup tomorrow, in the final game of the regular season, expect him to do a fair amount of squad rotation. Spurs have already locked up a top four berth, and thus have nothing left to play for domestically. 

Although the UEFA Champions League final in Madrid against Liverpool isn’t until three weeks away, Pochettino will certainly take to the pitch with that titanic clash in mind, and field his team accordingly.

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If you’re going to be betting on this match like you would on the pokies, then you need to be familiar with the odds for this one. The sports books are pricing Tottenham Hotspur at 5/4 odds, a draw sees 5/2 while Everton are backed at 5/2 for this affair. 

Tottenham Hotspur Starting XI Prediction Championship Sunday Edition

Striker: Fernando Llorente

Attacking Midfielders: Lucas Moura, Dele Alli, Erik Lamela

Midfield: Harry Skipp, Moussa Sissoko

Defense: Ben Davies, Toby Alderweireld, Eric Dier, Kieran Trippier

Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris


Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton Championship Sunday FYIs

Kickoff- Sunday May 12, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 3pm

Injury report for both sides: go to this link

Form Guide – Tottenham: WWLWWL  Everton: WWLWDL

Prediction: Tottenham 2, Everton 1

The Toffees have been extremely unpredictable this season, and as for their road form, well, typically one is best suited to just pick the hosts in those situations.

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  1. Who is Harry Skipp? Lol

  2. Francis Curley says

    Not a supporter?Skip has played a number of times this year!With heavy legs from Ajax,injuries and suspensions it might be the time to give him game time.

  3. Anonymous says

    I think what Paul rightly points out is….. it is ‘Oliver Skipp’. So questioning his support is a bit harsh. ?? COYS

  4. Matthew Greene says

    Also think we all overlooked a key typo in the article which states we have already locked up a champ league spot next year when in truth However unlikely is that a 8 goal swing could launch arsenal ahead of us leaving us to need a champions league title to qualify. After what we just saw Tuesday and Wednesday it’s certainly possible however unlikely.

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