Betting Insight: Tottenham V Everton, Who Takes The Day?

We opened our Premier League campaign on a good note, check here for our performance on Saturday.

Those are bygones now, we have some big games ahead, let’s get on it, shall we?

I am going for the hard one – Tottenham take on visiting Everton in London in what promises to be a cracker.

I have enormous respect for both managers – Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancheloti – And I am sure that they are going to be unplayable this season.

Mourinho found Spurs in 14th by the time he was appointed manager and he went on to deliver a sixth place. He will be targeting a top four finish this time.

Matt Doherty, Pierre Hojberg and Joe Harte are the new signings and these are expected to boost an already good squad led by Harry Kane.

The Toffees on the other hand, will be pushing for a top six finish and made their intentions known in the transfer market after bagging Colombia’s James Rodriguez, Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure.

Who To Trust? Hard to call but I will bank on history once more. If there is any team that Spurs know how to beat, its Everton. 27 league wins! Everton are poor travellers and lost 1-0 to Spurs courtesy of a Michael Keane own goal last time in London. A Spurs Win for me. Register here to claim the best odds on the market.

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Good Luck. Betting is for above 18, and can sometimes be addictive.

Brian Kawalya

Brian Kawalya

Chief Sports Writer
Brian Kawalya is an Award winning Journalist, Director and Chief Sports Writer of The-SportsNation, covering top events and breaking some of the biggest stories.
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