10. Victory for Everton would ensure the Toffees a 50th league win over Tottenham. They are 4.30 to clinch three points at White Hart Lane.
9. However, Spurs have won three consecutive Premier League matches against Everton and could equal their four-game winning streak over the Toffees from the 1992/93 and 1994/95 seasons. Spurs are 1.90 to win.
8. In fact, Everton’s last five league results against Tottenham read D2 L3. Spurs are 1.34 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
7. Tottenham have won more Premier League matches against Everton (22) than any other opponent. They are 3.15 to win/win on the HT/FT.
6. Only once before have Everton kept a clean sheet in their first two away matches of a Premier League season (1995/96). They are 7.50 to win without conceding.
5. Spurs, meanwhile, have kept just one clean sheet in their 10 top-flight home matches of 2015 — a 2-0 win against Hull May. Everton are 2.43 to net first.
4. Of striker Romelu Lukaku’s six Premier League goals in 2015, five have been scored away from Goodison Park. The Belgium international is 3.50 to net.
3. Harry Kane boasts just two goals from his last 11 Premier League outings — although one of those came against Everton in a 1-0 victory back in May. The England forward is 4.40 to score first.
2. Spurs have already picked up the joint-second most yellow cards in the Premier League this season (nine from three games). Kyle Walker is 3.75 to get booked.
1. Of Everton’s 30 shots in the Premier League this season, eight (26%) of those have come in the final 15 minutes of games. The Toffees are 5.25 to score in both halves.