The attack on the Premier of Tottenham has now become an attack on the Champions League, given the intense competition, especially that of Manchester City on the run. In fact it is the Champions League that is the pride of the season, from the triumph on Real Madrid to the challenge launched to Juventus finalist in the last edition. Certainly it will serve more cynicism with the bianconeri than the one shown with West Ham, but it was a little bit tied but only tied to the 84 ‘thanks to Son Heung-Min. Everton is dry, however, from 4 games, including the last deservedly lost at home with Manchester United. Allardyce coach will field a 4-2-3-1 with Lennon and Sigurdsson outside and Rooney behind Niasse or Calvert-Lewin. Training like the one proposed by Pochettino: the top scorer Harry Kane will be supported by the quality of Eriksen, Alli and Son.
Tottenham has 14 points more than Everton in the Premier League standings.
The Spurs have won 10 of the last 13 home games.
The Toffees have achieved only one success in 11 league trips losing 5.
In the last 9 direct matches Tottenham have won 6 times against none of Everton.
Tottenham plays very good football and, when he is full and in condition, is a very strong team especially at home. At the moment Everton does not have the quality and confidence to score points at Wembley.