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The Rafael Benitez reign has lost a good chunk of momentum in recent weeks, with Wolverhampton Wanderers inflicting a third consecutive defeat on the Toffees during Monday night’s encounter at Molineux.
Max Kilman and Raul Jimenez‘s quickfire strikes saw Wolves race into a two-goal lead before the break, and while Alex Iwobi halved the deficit with 25 minutes to go, Wolves withstood the Merseyside pressure to condemn Everton to another dampening loss.
Defeat in the West Midlands followed previous zero-pointers with Watford and West Ham United for the under-performing Toffees, who have now dropped to 10th in the rankings after winning just one of their last six in the top flight.
October’s 5-2 humbling at the hands of Watford represented Everton’s ninth league defeat of the calendar year at Goodison Park – not since 1993 has that record stretched into the double figures – but their record against the Lilywhites makes for bleak reading for the home crowd.
The Toffees did march to a 1-0 win over Tottenham in the capital last season, but that triumph represents their only victory from their last 17 Premier League games against Spurs, who have gone unbeaten in their last eight top-flight games at Goodison Park.
Everton continue to cope without mainstays Abdoulaye Doucoure and Dominic Calvert-Lewin for the time being, while Lucas Digne‘s muscle injury will need to be assessed ahead of the contest.
Andre Gomes is also a doubt, and Benitez is still unsure when Yerry Mina will be fit to return from his thigh injury, so Mason Holgate should continue to partner Michael Keane at the back.
Jean-Philippe Gbamin was fit enough to start and play 45 minutes against Wolves but may now make way for Fabian Delph, and Anthony Gordon is also pushing for a recall to the first XI.
Meanwhile, Spurs are expected to make do without Bryan Gil and Ryan Sessegnon once more, while Cristian Romero‘s red card in the Conference League means nothing for this game.
Conte opted for a near full-strength XI on Thursday night, and the bulk of that team should retain their places here, with Ben Davies and Eric Dier continuing in the Italian’s back three, but Davinson Sanchez is an option for change.
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Harry Kane is struggling to fire in the Premier League this term, but the England skipper will hope to build on his tally of 11 goals from 12 top-flight games against Everton.
Everton possible starting lineup:
Pickford; Coleman, Holgate, Keane, Godfrey; Townsend, Allan, Delph, Iwobi; Gray, Richarlison
Tottenham Hotspur possible starting lineup:
Lloris; Dier, Romero, Sanchez; Emerson, Hojbjerg, Skipp, Reguilon; Lucas, Kane, Son