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Everton vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Match Thread and How to Watch

Stellini says Spurs have ten finals this season. The first one is tonight at Goodison Park.

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With the final international break of the season in the rear view mirror, Tottenham Hotspur’s remaining focus is to secure Champions League football for next season. That begins tonight at Goodison Park against relegation-threatened Everton. Spurs are currently fifth on the table, one point behind Newcastle United and Manchester United, but have already played one more match than both. That means every single point is as crucial as ever and dropping points from here on out can be a dagger in the chest.

Cristian Stellini is now the man in charge for the remainder of the season, and he has stressed the importance of every single match. Yes, it’s been a recurring theme just about every season but he’s not wrong. Dropping out of Champions League hurts, and we’d much rather be in the biggest club competition than watching from the outside looking in.


Lineups will be posted one hour prior to kick-off.

How to Watch

Everton vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Goodison Park, Liverpool, England

Time: 3:00 PM ET, 8:00 PM UK

TV: USA Network (United States), Sky Sports (UK)

Streaming: DAZN (Canada)

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