Tottenham Hotspur – Everton FC (Sun 30 Nov, '08, 16:00)
Tottenham played UEFA Cup in Holland this week, winning 1:0 against NEC, while Everton should be still unhappy with their last loss in Wigan. And even though I do admit that manager Harry Redknapp brought new sense to the Hotspurs, I think a rested and angry Everton is too much for them. One shouldn't forget that Everton won the last two games at the White Hart Lane stadium, with two goals advantage in both of them (2:0, 3:1), and on Sunday they will win this one, too - even though not in handicap -1.
Everton's away team has a positive goal statistic in the English Premier League so far this season, 1.714:1.429. This is by all means nothing one should ignore, as it is even better than Tottenham's 1:0.857 at home. And I also take into consideration that the Spurs are missing their injured defender trio Vedran Corluka, Ledley King and Alan Hutton.
While Tottenham finished last season in 11th Premier League position, Everton was 5th, and right now they are in 16th and 7th. So however the bookmakers came up with odds of 4.00 on Everton, despite Everton's last wins in Tottenham and all, I can't follow. But I can bet against it and predict Everton to win.