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Stoke City (H) Fri 26 Dec 2014, 15:00, Barclays Premier League

Tottenham V Everton: Betting Preview

by Matthew Gamble @efc_mattgamble

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A bang-in form Everton travel to White Hart Lane on Sunday looking for their third Barclays Premier League win on the bounce.

David Moyes’ team have won three out of the last four league meetings between the sides and are 3/1 to make it four from five on Sunday in ESPN’s live game.

The Toffees have prevailed by a one-goal margin in those victories over Spurs (2-1, 1-0, 2-1) at Goodison Park and are 9/2 to win by exactly one goal again with Paddy Power.

Everton to win and one or two total goals in the match is a 15/2 chance with Paddy Power while the Toffees to get the three points and three or four total goals in the game is 7/1 with the online firm.

Kevin Mirallas gave Everton all three points against Stoke with a wonderful 70-yard solo effort and the Belgian international is 10/1 to score first against Spurs or 10/3 to score at anytime in the 90 minutes.

Two late goals from Steven Pienaar and Nikica Jelavic rocked the rafters at Goodison Park earlier this season but with Pienaar and Marouane Fellaini suspended Moyes knows he will have to juggle his side for the visit to London.

Victor Anichebe could start up front with Jelavic and Paddy Power make the pair 8/1 to get the opening goal of the game or 4/1 to score first for their side.

The 3-0 win at the Liberty Stadium against Swansea was the Blues’ biggest win on the road and Paddy Power make Everton 50/1 to record this result against Andre Villas-Boas’ side.

The visitors to win to nil is trading at 13/2 while Everton to win both halves is 14/1 as the club searches for its 50th league win – home and away - against Spurs.

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