PREM: Tottenham v Everton preview


Tottenham v Everton preview

Tottenham go in search of a new club record of nine successive Premier League home wins against Everton.


Spurs, who can close the gap on Chelsea at the top to seven points, have conceded just one goal in last seven Premier League home games.

Meanwhile, Ronald Koeman has got Everton moving in the direction after replacing Roberto Martinez this summer and a win at White Hart Lane would see the Blues equal their points total from each of last two seasons (47pts).
 
Goals should be on the menu on Sunday with opposing strikers Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku both having scored 17 times in the Premier League this season.
 
Tottenham are optimistic Kane and Jan Vertonghen will both be available.

Kane sustained a knock to his knee against Stoke last weekend while Vertonghen came off as a precaution but the pair are expected to be passed fit for the clash at White Hart Lane.

Toby Alderweireld will be given a late fitness test on a groin strain but Danny Rose and Erik Lamela are still out with knee and hip injuries respectively.
 
Everton have no fresh injury worries for the match.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin could be in contention for a return to the squad after two months out with an ankle injury.

Muhamed Besic (knee) has also returned to training after missing the whole season but needs more time to get match fit while winger Yannick Bolasie is a long-term absentee.


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