Everton vs Tottenham LIVE STREAM
Tottenham are currently third in Premier League standings and are only five behind Manchester City who are in second place.
The London club have been in fine form so far this season and have amassed 13 victories out of their first 17 played.
But it has not always been smooth sailing for Tottenham with manager Mauricio Pochettino having to deal with an intense schedule, player injuries and fatigue.
However, Pochettino has insisted the challenges this season have made him a better manager overall.
He said: “We are a better coaching staff today. We are a better coaching team, but not only the coaching staff. The medical staff, everyone in this football club is improving. We are much better now.
“We are learning a lot. Only you can learn if you are humble enough to accept the criticism and accept that in some moments you can be wrong.
“Not only do we analyse the team and the players, every single decision we always review ourselves to try to see if we were right, if we were wrong or if we can be better or not.
“Sometimes you don’t get the result you want and you say ‘ok but if we were in the same position again we would repeat the decision’.
“But in another situation, maybe say ‘whoa, we need to be better in our decision, our assessment’. Always it is so important how we assess ourselves.”
Everton will surely be hoping to make the most of their home advantage this afternoon in order to give themselves a vital three-point boost.
If the Toffees do win today, they will leapfrog Wolves, Leicester City, Bournemouth and Watford in current standings.
How to watch Everton vs Tottenham
Everton will host Tottenham at Goodison Park this afternoon with kick-off taking place at 4pm.
But Sky Sports Main Event (Sky channel 401, Sky HD 855, Virgin channel 511) and Sky Sports Premier League (Sky channel 402, Sky HD 856, Virgin channel 512) will air coverage from 3.30pm.
This means that all the action can be followed on your desktop or laptop via the Sky Go app, which if you’re an existing customer, is also available on iOS and Android smartphone and tablet devices.
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