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Everton FC - Tottenham Hotspur prediction 10.02.2021 FA Cup

In gameweek 0 of FA Cup, Everton FC will host Tottenham at Goodison Park. Kick-off is scheduled for 9:15 PM on Feb 10, 2021, and the fixture will be refereed by David Coote. With our match prediction and odds comparison for Everton FC vs. Tottenham you are guaranteed to get all the important facts and details for this fixture. First and foremost, we will take a close look at the teams' recent performances.

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Everton FC were victorious in 3 of their previous 5 league matches (3 wins, 0 draws, 2 defeats. In the current FA Cup season 2020/2021, Everton FC were able to win 2 of their 2 games at home, with a total of 0 draws, and 0 defeats (Goal difference 5:1).

A head-to-head comparison of the two teams in their last five FA Cup clashes shows that Everton FC managed to get 1 win, while in 2 matches, Tottenham snatched the three points. In 2 encounters between the two teams, the points were shared. If we solely focus on the home record of Everton FC against Spurs, the stats are as follows: 0 wins Everton FC, 3 draws and 2 wins for Tottenham.

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Everton vs Tottenham, FA Cup 10.02.2021

A place in the FA Cup Quarterfinals awaits the winner of the Everton vs Tottenham 5th Round tie which takes place this Wednesday at Goodison Park.

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Carlo Ancelotti has to be pleased with Everton’s recent run that has seen them go unbeaten in any of their last seven competitive games. This run has seen them quietly rise up the table where they are currently up to 7th but could potentially climb up as high as fourth if they could cash in their games in hand.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a dramatic equalizer against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday with literally the last kick of the game in a thrilling 3-3 draw.

Ancelotti has fielded strong teams in the last two knockout rounds and they have delivered as they did in the 3-0 defeat of Sheffield Wednesday in the fourth round which saw Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison, and Yerry Mina all getting on the scoresheet. He is likely to stick to this script.


Tottenham succumbed to three straight losses in the league following Harry Kane’s ankle injury which threw their top-four ambitions in disarray. They are a point behind Everton on the table, having played a game more.

Harry Kane did make his return at the weekend and they looked totally different with Kane breaking the deadlock with his 13th strike of the season in an eventual 3-0 rout of relegation candidates West Brom.

Mourinho fielded a largely second-string side as Spurs huffed and puffed in the previous round at lower-division Leyton Orient before three late goals from the 86th minute of the match to the stoppage time secured a flattering 4-1 win. Like his counterpart, Jose too is likely to field a strong lineup here.

Possible Line Ups

  • Olsen
  • Holgate
  • Keane
  • Godfrey
  • Digne
  • Doucoure
  • Davies
  • Gomes
  • Rodriguez
  • Richarlison
  • Calvert-Lewin
  • Coach: Carlo Ancelotti
  • Lloris
  • Aurier
  • Sanchez
  • Alderweireld
  • Davies
  • Ndombele
  • Hojbjerg
  • Lamela
  • Lucas
  • Son
  • Kane
  • Coach: Jose Mourinho
Injured: Pickford (Rib), Allan (Hamstring), Gbamin (Muscle) and Reguilón (Muscle), Alli (Tendon), Lo Celso (Muscle)


With the race for the top four places looking increasingly tight, both of these teams who are right in the heart of this battle, will give this cup a serious consideration. Despite Everton’s impressive draw at Old Trafford, the truth is they were outplayed for the vast majority of the game. Looking at the two teams, one can say Spurs have a bit of extra quality. The return Kane has certainly given them a major boost and we are backing them to qualify for quarters @ 1.87.

Despite the array of offensive talent on either side, this game is likely to be won or lost on defence. Everton’s 1-0 win away to Spurs on the opening weekend of the season set the tone for their approach to games against the top sides. They defend resolutely and break on the counter. This is exactly what Spurs like to do. We are likely to witness a cagey opening half to this clash and we are therefore picking Under 1.5 first-half goals @ 1.32 as our final betting tip.

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Everton FC
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Everton FC performance of the last 5 home matches

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Tottenham performance of the last 5 away matches

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