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Tottenham vs Everton Predictions Odds And Betting Tips 15/10/2022

Tottenham Hotspur have been in such great shape this season, that their sole loss came against toppers Arsenal. They are at home this weekend, and will easily be the favorites to secure a win against Everton, who are yet to hit their stride. 

Antonio Conte will have to be on his toes all through the campaign to at least ensure a podium finish. But he does have a great track record in league competitions. 

Meanwhile, Everton managed just two wins so far in the entire competition, and the victories came against teams that are struggling to stay above the relegation cut-off. 

Going on, the team also has a poor record on the road, and importantly, they have a poor h2h record against this rival over the years. 

For the reasons, anticipate Tottenham to continue their impressive run this Saturday as well. 

Tottenham vs Everton Head-to-head (h2h) 

  • The latest encounter ended in a 5-0 win for Tottenham. 
  • They scored 11 goals in the past four meetings. 
  • They won four of the previous six clashes at this ground.  

Tottenham vs Everton Prediction & Analysis 

Not only are Spurs in top form in the Premier League, but they have managed to extend this form even into their tough group in the Champions League. 

And it deserves special mention that they have a 100% winning record at home this season in all competitions. 

On the other hand, Everton have three wins to their name this season in total, and one of these victories even came in the EFL Cup against a team from the lower division. Moreover, they have poor form on the road lately, and most importantly, they have a poor h2h record against this rival over the years. 

By all means, expect a win for Tottenham this weekend, and that too in style. 

Tips for Tottenham vs Everton 

Tottenham to Win & Over 2.5 Match Goals @ 2.20 

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