Premier League In Focus – Everton vs Tottenham Preview

When? Saturday 9th September, 15:00 (UK)

Where? Goodison Park

Are tickets still available?

Everton -

Tottenham – Sold out

Last five head-to-head meetings - Tottenham W2, D3.

Everton have not won any of the last five matches between the two clubs and have only picked up one win in the last 10 head-to-heads.

The last win that Everton managed to earn over Tottenham was the first of those 10 games. This took place back in December 2012 and saw the Toffees win 2-1.

The last two matches at Goodison Park between these clubs have resulted in a pair of 1-1 draws.

There have only been nine goals between the two clubs in the last five matches that have been played - just 1.8 goals per game on average.

Tottenham have conceded three goals so far this season, with two of them coming in the last five minutes (including injury time).

Harry Kane’s run of never scoring in August will now have to wait another year to be broken after three blanks before the international break. Kane is also still stuck on 99 goals for Tottenham.

These two clubs are Premier League ever-presents and of the 50 matches that the two have played against each other, it is just eight wins for Everton, 23 wins for Tottenham and 19 draws.

The all-time record between these two clubs makes for slightly better reading for Everton as in the 173 previous encounters, they have won 55, whilst Tottenham still manage to come out on top with 64 wins to their name and there have been 54 draws.

The last time these two clubs met at Goodison Park was on the opening day of last season, with Erik Lamela’s equaliser ensuring a share of the spoils.