When is Tottenham v Everton?
Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Monday July 6.
What time does Tottenham v Everton kick-off?
The game is scheduled for an 8pm kick-off and is the only Premier League match that day.
What is at stake?
Only a single point separates these two sides in the Premier League table and both have Europe League aspirations, so it’s certainly an important game.
Everton have played a game more than Tottenham, so you could argue their need for a win is marginally more pressing, but there is little doubt that Jose Mourinho won’t see it that way.
Where can I watch Tottenham v Everton?
It’s Monday Night Football, and that means Sky Sports.
Is Tottenham v Everton free-to-air?
It’s not, no, meaning you are either going to need a Sky Sports subscription to watch it or buy a Now TV sports pass.
What is the team news?
Tottenham are without Juan Foyth, who will likely miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. Japhet Tangananga is also missing with a stress injury to his lower back.
Richarlison is a doubt for Everton after he suffered an ankle injury against Leicester, but boss Carlo Ancelotti has dismissed it as ‘just a knock’.
What happened in the reverse match?
It was a fascinating tussle between these two sides at Goodison Park back in November and not one that is all that easy to forget. Dele Alli had handed Tottenham the lead in the second half before Son Heung-Min was sent-off shortly afterwards. Everton took full advantage, but left it late, needed a 98th-minute Cenk Tosun goal to earn an 1-1 draw.
What are the odds?
Tottenham are the even money favourites to win this one, with Everton available at around 5/2. The draw is priced at 11/4.