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Spurs Tickets Selling Fast

Act quickly to avoid missing Sunday's match.

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Everton’s recent 2-1 home victory over Hull City was a complete sell-out and all seats for November's Merseyside derby have already been snapped up.

High-flying Tottenham Hotspur are the next visitors to Goodison Park - and time is running out for you to book your place at Sunday afternoon’s game [1.30pm kick-off].

A bumper crowd is expected once more for the visit of Andre Villas-Boas’ side and tickets are again selling at a rapid rate.

Everton have been invincible at fortress Goodison in the Premier League this calendar year.

The Blues are unbeaten in their last 13 home league games and have taken 10 points from a possible 12 available since Roberto Martinez started his tenure as manager.

Be at Goodison to see if the Spaniard can continue his impressive start this weekend – click here now to purchase tickets online.

Alternatively book your seat by calling 0871 663 1878* or visit the Goodison Park box office.

Tickets can also be bought in Liverpool city centre at the Everton Two store in Liverpool One, or the TicketQuarter in Queen Square.

If you want to watch the game in style, take advantage of the various hospitality packages available. Special guests in the lounges this week are former Blues Andy King and Ian Marshall. Click here for more information.

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