If you are reading this article because Alex Morgan just signed for Tottenham Hotspur Women for the 2020-21 season and you’re wanting to learn more about the club, then welcome! Spurs are at Everton today to take on the Toffees, one of their rivals for “best of the rest” last season behind the top four clubs in the table. Come watch with us and join the comment section!
Everton are a solid team — they beat Spurs at home last season and Tottenham scraped a very good draw at home in March just before the league shut down due to COVID. They finished sixth last season, one spot ahead of Spurs on points per game, despite ending the season with one fewer point.
Everton have also added a couple of impact players this summer, signing former Portland Thorns forward and Australian international Hayley Raso and acquiring Scottish international Claire Emslie on loan from Orlando Pride for the next six months. You might also recognize Kika van Es, a mainstay defender for the Netherlands.
No, Alex Morgan isn’t going to play today (sorry). Not only has she barely touched down in London, but she’ll need to go into a 14-day quarantine before she can train. So Spurs will need to find a way to get things done today without their exciting superstar signing.
Last week against West Ham Spurs had a little trouble with their finishing. They’ll need better shots from Kit Graham and Rianna Dean, their two best offensive weapons, and hopefully winger Angela Addison can stretch the defense and create some scoring chances.
Our team to face Everton... #THWFC: Spencer, Leon, Zadorsky, Green (C), Harrop, Williams, Percival, Addison, Graham, Kennedy, Neville.#SpurHerOn ⚪️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/nN01Ej23Ib— Tottenham Hotspur Women (@SpursWomen) September 13, 2020
— Everton Women (@EvertonWomen) September 13, 2020
Two changes: @emslie22 and @abbey_leigh_ start.
@damarisegu features on the bench for the first time.#EFC #COYB pic.twitter.com/2JDDGEI4if
How to Watch
Today’s match is not televised, but will be streamed for free on The FA Player. Registration is required.
Sunday, September 13, 2020
8:00 a.m. ET / 1:00 p.m. BST
Walton Hall Park, Liverpool
TV: this match is not televised.
Streaming: The FA Player
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