TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR V EVERTON
MONDAY 6 JULY
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR STADIUM
Richarlison is expected to recover from the ankle knock he sustained in Everton’s 2-1 win over Leicester City on Wednesday night in time to feature against Tottenham.
Djibril Sidibe is also available for Carlo Ancelotti’s side having sat out Everton’s opening three games since the Premier League restart with a foot problem.
Theo Walcott is expected to return to training next week but will miss Monday’s game as he continues his rehabilitation from abdominal surgery.
Fabian Delph remains sidelined with a muscle problem.
Tottenham, meanwhile, will be without defenders Juan Foyth (meniscus) and Japhet Tanganga (back).
PLAYER STATISTICS (Premier League)
Dominic Calvert-Lewin: 13
Lucas Digne: 6
Lucas Digne: 2,023
Djibril Sidibé: 78
Harry Kane: 13
Son Hueng-Min: 9
Toby Alderweireld: 2,039
Serge Aurier: 79
ONE TO WATCH: Steven Bergwijn
January arrival Bergwijn has made an eye-catching start to his Tottenham career, hitting three goals in eight Premier League appearances and providing a consistent attacking threat for Jose Mourinho’s team.
A speedy, direct forward, the 22-year-old signed from PSV Eindhoven - where he was brought to the Dutch club by Marcel Brands - having earned a reputation as one of the Eredivisie’s brightest talents.
In 149 outings for PSV, he had a direct hand in 72 goals (31 goals, 41 assists).
The Dutchman made his senior international debut in a 3-0 win over Germany in October 2018 and has remained a regular in Netherlands boss Ronald Koeman’s squads.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE: Graham Scott
Premier League games refereed this season: 16
Yellow cards issued: 46
Red cards issued: 5
VAR: Kevin Friend