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Obviously, after picking up their first win in eight attempts at home to West Ham last week, Tottenham crashed back down to earth with a bang on Thursday
And even though VAR offered the Blades, Sheffield United a helping hand when it disallowed a Harry Kane equalizer in the first half
Sheffield United were much the better team over the course of the 90 minutes at Bramall Lane and were fully deserving of their win.
Everton have actually recorded back-to-back wins in their last two League outings against Norwich City and Leicester City
results that combined to fire the Toffees to 10th place and to within two points of Tottenham ahead of the teams’ clash on Monday.
A goal from Richarlison and a spot kick from Gylfi Sigurdsson allowed the Blues to carve out a narrow victory over the Foxes at Goodison Park
Away from Merseyside, things haven’t been running quite so smoothly for Carlo Ancelotti’s men however, though a return of three wins
two draws and three defeats from their last eight away assignments points to slight upturn in fortunes compared to their poor showing before Christmas.
Spurs’ win over West Ham, which was aided by a calamitous Tomas Soucek own goal, was their only triumph at home in five attempts in all competitions
And Everton attacking duo Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison have the tools to make life very uncomfortable again for Eric Dier and Davinson
With the hosts form and confidence issues considered, Everton look excellent value in the double chance market on Monday
The Blues, who scored two or more goals in five of their last eight League outings, should find plenty of joy against Spurs’ increasingly brittle backline
however, having conceded at the other end in 11 of their last 12 top-flight away tests, a Toffees clean sheet feels unlikely.
England teammates Harry Kane and Michael Keane will battle it out for supremacy at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium on Monday
Spurs’ record now reads a dismal one win in nine games in all competitions, and after the final whistle, Jose Mourinho was his usual acerbic self
Therefore, with toxicity levels on the rise, Tottenham look like finishing this season with a whimper, and Everton could be primed to take advantage