Tottenham vs. Everton Pick – EPL July 6

The final match of the gameweek will be a fascinating one as Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham side takes on an improving Everton group, led by Carlo Ancelotti.

Though the restart disrupted many team’s momentum, for the Spurs it allowed their group to get fully fit and recharge their batteries. With a full lineup, Tottenham was expected to soar, but that hasn’t been the case. They now have little chance of making any noise in terms of Champions League spots, and could get left out of European spots altogether if they cannot string victories together. Their last match was an embarrassing 3-0 defeat to Sheffield United, and ended with Mourinho calling out his players. Can they respond on Monday?

It’s not going to be easy against an in-form Everton side. Ever since the coaching move to bring in Ancelotti, the Toffees have been one of the best sides in England. They’re unbeaten since the break, and have fared well against the Spurs in their recent meetings. Everton are out to prove they’re much better than their record would indicate, and another solid outing vs. Tottenham would do just that.

There’s a lot of intrigue and drama surrounding this Tottenham side at the moment, and that should produce a pretty engaging encounter on Monday afternoon. Will the Spurs be able to silence the critics? Keep reading on beneath the posted odds as we look to complete the week with yet another victory. Enjoy the game!

Tottenham vs. Everton Betting Odds:

Tottenham (-104)
Everton (+270)
Draw (+225)

Over 2.5 (-110)
Under 2.5 (-110)

Everton +0.5 (-116)
Tottenham -0.5 (-104)

*Betting odds provided by

Tottenham vs. Everton Pick:

Somewhat surprisingly, especially given their recent form and overall drama within their squad, Tottenham are decent-sized favorites against an in-form Everton squad.

That is odd given the fact that Tottenham’s key midfielder in Dele Alli is expected to likely have to miss Monday’s contest, due to a thigh injury. There’s also continued issues within the Spurs’ defense, where the back-four have continually proven they cannot get the job done. Eric Dier continues to be miscast as a centre-back, and has really struggled there in recent weeks.

The Spurs do have an abundance of talent and skill in the attack and up front, but their service and distribution continues to be problematic. Harry Kane can only do so much if he isn’t seeing enough of the ball, and right now his midfield is lacking the necessary creativity and ball-winning ability, especially if Dele Alli sits out.

For Everton, look for Carlo Ancelotti to name a relatively unchanged side from the group that just beat Leicester 2-1 last week. They’ll be in their familiar 4-4-2 formation, with Michael Keane being rock-solid in the heart of defense. Up front, the talented duo of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison continue to show their skill and familiarity. That tandem could be able to pounce on some Spurs’ mistakes at the back on Monday afternoon. Look for the Toffees’ attack to net at least a couple of goals in this contest.

Right now the Spurs just aren’t doing enough without the ball, and their attack has fallen flat in recent weeks. Everton are a group that are actually much better than the standings would indicate, seeing as they’ve only mustered 40 goals, when their expected goal totals are closer to 50.

Without all that much on the line, expect both teams to play relatively open and take chances going forward. Though that might favour the Spurs, the current form of their attack is dreadful. Everton are in-sync at the moment, and represent big value on them to win or draw, +0.5 goals. Take Everton to leave with some points from North London on Monday.

Pick: 2-2 Everton/Tottenham

My Pick
Everton +0.5
Will S. / Author

Will has been working with The Sports Geek since its early days back in 2010. He began as a soccer specialist, focusing on detailed reports for major international competitions, including the World Cup and European Championships. Since then, he has produced weekly pick articles on both the NFL and English Premier League, while also contributing blog posts on the NHL, MLB, and even WWE wrestling. Will is also an avid sports bettor and daily fantasy player, always eager to share his thoughts and insight on anything going on in the world of sports.

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