Everton v Tottenham: match preview

Antonio Conte received a crash course in life at Tottenham during a chaotic home debut against Vitesse on Thursday but three goals, renewed vigour in the final third and a public endorsement from Harry Kane give him something to build on in his first Premier League game in charge. His new club have not lost a Premier League game at Goodison Park in nine years and, despite their recent form, will sense an opportunity to extend that run to a decade against an Everton team that have lost three successive matches and remain without their first-choice spine. Andy Hunter

Sunday 2pm

Venue Goodison Park

Last season Everton 2-2 Tottenham

Referee Chris Kavanagh

This season G4 Y16 R1 4.25 cards/game

Odds H 2-1 A 7-5 D 11-5

Subs from Begovic, Tyrer, Lonergan, Kenny, Holgate, Branthwaite, Gbamin, Davies, Iwobi, Rondón, Dobbin, Tosun, Whitaker, Onyango, Welch

Doubtful Digne (knock)

Injured Doucouré (foot, Dec), Calvert-Lewin (thigh, Dec), Gomes (calf, unknown), Mina (hamstring, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y18 R0


Leading scorer Calvert-Lewin, Gray, Townsend 3

Subs from Gollini, Austin, Tanganga, Ndombele, Roden, Davies, Winks, Lo Celso, Alli, Bergwijn, Clarke, Scarlett, Gil

Doubtful Gil (thigh)

Injured Sessegnon (match fitness, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y17 R1


Leading scorer Son 4