When, where, and how to watch Everton vs Spurs

Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to make it four league games unbeaten when they take on Everton this weekend. You can watch all the action play out, and here’s how you can tune in to the big game.

After a pulsating affair in midweek which saw Spurs come out with all three points in a 3-2 win over Brentford, the Lilywhites moved up to fourth place in the Premier League. They have a chance to go level on points with both Arsenal and Manchester City if they can prevail in this weekend’s early kick-off.

Everton, meanwhile, are without a league win since December 16th, and have failed to score in their last three league games as they continue to flirt with relegation.

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When and where is the Everton vs Spurs game?

Everton will host Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park on Saturday, February 3rd, in a 12:30 pm kick-off as the early game in this weekend’s slate of Premier League games.

How to watch Everton vs Spurs

If you have a subscription to TNT Sports through Discovery+, you’ll be able to watch the Everton vs Spurs game live, including pre-match build-up from 11:00 am, and post-match analysis after the game.

Everton vs Spurs team news

Tottenham have been buoyed by the return of James Maddison to their midfield, but the big one this weekend is the fact that Pape Sarr should be ready to go again after arriving back in London in the wake of Senegal’s exit from the African Cup of Nations.

It is highly likely Giovani Lo Celso, Manor Solomon, and Ryan Sessegnon will still be unavailable as they are potentially a week or two away from full fitness.

Meanwhile, Ange Postecoglou will be without Heung-min Son and Yves Bissouma, who are still on international duty with South Korea and Mali at the Asia Cup and AFCON respectively.

Everton, on the other hand, could be boosted by the return of up to four first-team players, with Seamus Coleman, Amadou Onana, Idrissa Gana Gueye, and Arnaut Danjuma all close to full fitness. Abdoulaye Doucoure is still about a week away from recovery, while Dele and Andre Gomes are unavailable.

The Spurs Web prediction

It’s never easy to go to Goodison Park, and Everton are a plucky side desperate for points. However, the fact they seemingly cannot score at the moment, twinned with our blistering attack, should see us take the win. I’ll go for a 2-0 Spurs win.

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