Everton will travel to the new stadium of Tottenham Hotspur to take them on in their final league game of the season. Marco Silva’s men have shown decent form in the second phase of the campaign and Everton are more or less likely to finish 8th.
Spurs meanwhile will be coming on the back of an emotionally and physically draining Champions League semi-final clash against Ajax. Even a loss for Spurs and a win for Arsenal is likely to see the former in the top four because of a better goal difference. Therefore it is not a must-win game for Spurs. Everton were spanked 6-2 when the two sides met in December last year, and Marco Silva would be keen to show that his team are better than that.
Everton Predicted Lineup Vs Tottenham Hotspur
England international Jordan Pickford is a nailed on starter in goal for the Merseyside club. Michael Keane is expected to start at the back, and Kurt Zouma should partner him. Phil Jagielka might get a cameo later on as this could be his last game for the Toffees after more than a decade long spell at the club.
Seamus Coleman is expected to operate from the right side of the defence. Lucas Digne should start down the left, and he will look to provide attacking outlet down the left.
Idrissa Gueye is the engine room of this Everton side, and he is expected to start in midfield. He will have a tough job at hand against an impressive Spurs side and keeping the likes of Christian Eriksen, and Dele Alli silent would be crucial. Morgan Schneiderlin is expected to partner him in the middle.
Gylfi Sigurdsson is the chief orchestrator in the attacking third for the Toffees and Everton will look to get him on the ball in dangerous areas. He should start as an attacking midfielder. Richarlison is expected to start down the right, but he will often drift inside to support the striker in attack instead of acting as a traditional winger. Bernard will have to help his side by tracking back against this Spurs side. His dribbling skills and trickery are impressive, and he is expected to operate from the left.
Dominic Calvert Lewin has been fantastic with his hold up play. He helps his other team-mates to get into the game, and he would again have to put in a significant shift in this clash. The Englishman should start as the furthest man upfront.