Tottenham Vs Everton Betting Tip: Tottenham – 13 September 2020

Mourinho can lead Spurs to opening triumph

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England Tottenham Vs Everton England

Sunday 13 September 2020 – 16:30 (GMT)
English Premier League
Pick: Tottenham to WIN
Odds: 20/23
Bookmaker: Boylesports
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 10 September 2020)

Preview: A fascinating season opener in store at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, as two teams embarking on their first full seasons under hugely successful managers clash for our viewing pleasure in North London.

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Tottenham Preview – Mourinho can work his magic on opening weekend?

The second season is often when Jose Mourinho teams truly blossom and come into their own. So it is certainly among the more intriguing subplots ahead of the upcoming Premier League season seeing how the relationship between Tottenham and their enigmatic manager unfolds. And if his only previous mini-pre-season, which came prior to the enforced lockdown in March, is anything to go by, Spurs might be a force once more.

Since the Portuguese assumed the helm in November, only Liverpool, Man City and Man Utd have claimed more points than Tottenham – something Mourinho himself has been keen to stress on more than one occasion, probably in a not-so-subtle dig at his many detractors. Post-lockdown, meanwhile, was when we truly begun to see a team come together. Spurs lost one of nine top-flight matches (W5 D3 L1) during this period.

Tottenham finished last season in sixth to qualify for the Europa League. A solid effort all things considered, but their early schedule is now brutal. A positive start, while legs are still fresh and free of lactic acid, could well be essential. A lack of fans shouldn’t pose an immediate issue either: Spurs won each of their last four home league games, all without fans in attendance and only one without keeping a clean sheet.


Tottenham Win to Nil



Everton Preview – Nightmare fixture in which to begin new season?

A typically tumultuous campaign would eventually have its predictably underwhelming conclusion on Merseyside for Everton, whose final Premier League fixture of 2019-20 saw them turn in arguably their most abysmal display of the lot as they lost 3-1 at home to a Bournemouth side relegated at the sound of the full-time whistle. Yet despite seeing out last season in insipid fashion, hope springs eternal.

Everton had very little to play for come the end of the season, so we can perhaps forgive them for downing tools during Project Restart. Three wins in nine over this period possibly even flatters them, considering they won only one of their final six (W1 D2 L3). Among them a 1-0 loss at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which in turn stretched Everton’s winless league run versus Tottenham to fifteen (D7 L8).

The hope therefore stems from the manager, much in the same way it does for Tottenham. Carlo Ancelotti got this team playing above themselves upon his arrival in December, when winning five of his opening eight league games. Suggesting that,with a full pre-season and a slew of hand-picked new additions (Allan, Abdoulaye Doucoure and James Rodriguez look excellent pick ups), Everton could be primed for a big season.

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Tottenham Hotspur Vs Everton Betting Advice

If this fixture stays true to form, we can safely rule out an Everton victory. The Toffees haven’t registered a win against Tottenham in the Premier League since a 2-1 success at Goodison Park in December 2012. Meanwhile their last win in North London was more than a decade ago (1-0 in November 2018), with Tottenham winning three of the past four meetings on home soil, including last season courtesy of a Michael Keane own goal.


Tottenham Vs Everton – Key Facts

  • Four successive home wins, three of those achieved without conceding a goal, was how Tottenham seen out the closing stages of the 2019-20 Premier League season.
  • The form of Everton towards the end of last season dipped considerably when winning one of their final six league games (W1 D2 L3), failing to score more than once in any of these games.
  • Everton‘s last victory over Tottenham dates back to 2012 (a 2-1 victory at Goodison Park). They haven’t won an away meeting since a 1-0 win in 2008 (D4 L8 since).


While more is expected of Everton in Ancelotti’s first full season, their record together away to the ‘Big Six’ was dreadful, losing on all four such encounters (to Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City and Tottenham). They were also beaten 3-0 at Wolves, who finished seventh. Quite simply, there is too much weighted against the visitors here. Tottenham, therefore, are fancied to make it five successive home league wins on Sunday. Tottenham 2-0.

Best Betting Odds – Tottenham Vs Everton

Tottenham – 20/23 (Boylesports)
Draw – 27/10 (Unibet)
Everton – 10/3 (PaddyPower)