Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur face off against Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton in the Premier League’s Monday night action.
There's a distinctly different mood between the two clubs at present, with Spurs struggling and looking almost certain to miss out on European competition next season after a disastrous 3-1 defeat to out-of-form Sheffield United on Thursday, while Everton are fresh off the back of a decent 2-1 home victory over Leicester.
The Toffees are now looking for their third-straight victory, looking on an upward curve - only six sides have taken more points in 2020, with genuine improvement shown under Ancelotti's reign so far. In comparison, only seven sides have registered fewer points than Jose Mourinho's Tottenham in the calendar year.
There could be some changes in the backline here, with Toby Alderweireld pushing for a recall after the static defending in midweek, but Juan Foyth and Japhet Tangana are both sidelined. Academy striker Troy Parrott is the only other injury concern, but Harry Kane is expected to lead the line as ever regardless; the striker has played the entirety of all three post-lockdown games as he returns to full fitness and has struck late goals in each of the last two, taking his tally up to 13 goals for the season now.
Kane is the favourite to score anytime here at 6/5, or 4/1 for first goalscorer, while Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin - who is tied with Kane on 13 league goals - is a considerably longer 6/1 to score first or 15/8 anytime.
Everton are 5/2 to win this clash, which are generous odds considering their superior form throughout 2020 and impressive results since the hiatus. We recommend backing Ancelotti’s Toffees for the win here.
*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change