Spurs Likely to be Too Clinical for Sam Allardyce’s Everton

Sam Allardyce's EvertonThe late game on January 13th sees Everton make the trip to Wembley to face Spurs with the Toffees in a bit of a rut under Sam Allardyce. The former West Ham and Sunderland boss arrived at Goodison Park with an immediate upturn in fortunes helping them climb into the mid-table. Their latest performances haven’t quite matched that early promise, however, with no win in their last five matches. They face a tough task against Spurs at Wembley as they bid to turn things around. They have been busy in the transfer market, with Kevin Mirallas departing and Cenk Tosun joining the club as they look to find a solution to their lack of firepower. The new addition could be in line to make his debut here.

Tottenham looking to recover from disappointing West Ham point

Spurs toiled against West Ham on January 4th, with the hosts being restricted to efforts from distance by their compact visitors and both sides left with a point. Son’s cracking effort was the highlight for those fans who had become disgruntled at their team’s lack of invention in the final third. Here at BettingTop10, we showcase the best online bookmakers in Ireland, all of whom are expecting a comfortable Spurs win. Paddy Power are offering 2/9 for Spurs to take all three points here but they are a far more palatable 4/5 to be winning at both half time and full time.

Leicester could pounce on out-of-sorts Chelsea

In the day’s other Premier League games, Leicester travel to Stamford Bridge hoping to make it successive victories in the top flight. Both sides were held by lower league opposition in the FA Cup. Crystal Palace welcome Burnley to Selhurst Park as Roy Hodgson’s side bid to bounce back from their defeat to Brighton on January 8th. Since Carlos Carvalhal’s arrival and their unexpected victory against Watford, Swansea have failed to score in consecutive matches and face a tough trip to St. James’ Park.


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