Opta Stats: Tottenham v Everton

Will Mauricio Pochettino be celebrating after Tottenham's match with Everton?
Will Mauricio Pochettino be celebrating after Tottenham's match with Everton?
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Two of the biggest clubs in English football meet at Wembley as Spurs host Everton. Opta presents the vital statistics.

"Tottenham are unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League games against Everton (W5 D5), their longest such run against them since a run of 13 between 1997 and 2003."

The draw is [6.2].

Tottenham are unbeaten in their last 10 Premier League games against Everton (W5 D5), their longest such run against them since a run of 13 between 1997 and 2003. The draw is [6.2].

Everton haven't won away in the league at Spurs since November 2008 (1-0), drawing three and losing five since then. Tottenham are [1.29] to win.

The Toffees' last three visits to Wembley Stadium have ended in 1-2 defeats - against Chelsea in the 2009 FA Cup final, Liverpool in the 2012 FA Cup semi-final and Manchester United in the 2016 FA Cup semi-final. Spurs are [10.0] to win 2-1.

Everton have won only one of their last 43 Premier League away games against one of the 'big six' (1-0 at Man Utd in December 2013) - drawing 15 and losing 27. The draw half-time/Spurs full-time double result is [4.4].

Having not lost any of their first six Premier League games under Sam Allardyce (W3 D3), the Toffees have now lost their last two. Tottenham are [1.84] to win half-time/full-time.

Just 29.6% of Everton's Premier League points this season have come away from home (8/27), the lowest ratio in the division. Spurs are [1.95] to win to nil.

Harry Kane has scored a brace in each of his last two Premier League appearances against Everton. Only six players have ever scored two or more goals in three consecutive Premier League appearances against a specific opponent. Kane is [4.2] to score two goals or more.

Kane is also just one goal away from equalling Teddy Sheringham (97) as Tottenham's highest ever scorer in the Premier League (currently 96). He's [1.65] to find the net.

Son Heung-Min could become just the second Spurs player to score in five consecutive home Premier League games after Jermain Defoe, who did so between November and December 2004. Son is [2.4] to score.

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