Spurs had to come from behind to rescue a point against West Ham last time out but that game was played just two days after their win at Swansea, and so with a bigger break ahead of this one they’ll fancy their chances of getting back to winning ways against an Everton side without a win and with just one goal in their last four. However, they’ll be tough to break down under Allardyce and so we don’t expect Spurs to put up a big number. Instead, since Pochettino’s men have won without conceding in half of their last six, we’re backing a Spurs Win to Nil.
No side has scored more than twice against Everton since Big Sam took charge, whilst Spurs have only scored more than twice at Wembley against bottom-six sides, Southampton and Stoke, and against a Liverpool team that were far too open and poor defensively. As a result, both the 1-0 and 2-0 scores appeal here, but we’re opting for the latter as Everton have gone down by that margin in two of their three defeats at top-half opposition this term.
Son Heung-Min scored a screamer against the Hammers, meaning he’s now scored in his last four games at Wembley. Kane is understandably very short in the anytime goalscorer market but we prefer Son at the prices. The Korean offers a different threat against more defensive sides, and he’s scored the only goal in a 1-0 win over Palace, in a 2-0 win over Brighton and in the 1-1 draw with West Ham.