Tottenham vs Everton live stream: Channel guide, kick off time and more
Everton are looking to continue a winning run this evening as they travel to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Meanwhile, Spurs are coming to the game on the back of a 3-1 loss and looking to reverse their fortunes. Our guide tells you everything you need to know to stream Tottenham vs Everton this evening, on any device.
Tottenham vs Everton kick-off time
The game will get underway at 8pm BST at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which recently replaced White Hart Lane as the club’s home ground.
How to watch Tottenham vs Everton in the UK
The game is available to Sky Sports customers on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
If you’re a Sky customer but will be out and about when the game starts, you can download the Sky Go app on your mobile device and watch the game wherever you are. You will need a solid internet connection though.
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Tottenham vs Everton match preview
Spurs suffered a 3-1 beating at the hands of Sheffield United last time out, despite going into the match as favourites. Spurs were left in the dust and their goal only arrived as a 90th minute consolation from Harry Kane.
Before that, Mourinho’s men managed a win over West Ham and a 1-1 draw with in-form Manchester United, amassing four points since the restart. Their hopes of Champions League football have taken a battering and they’re currently sitting in ninth place.
Everton, on the other hand, have hit a fine vein of form. Since the restart they’ve dished out defeats to Leicester and Norwich, as well as fighting to a draw with league champions, Liverpool.
On current form, Everton would be favourites for tonight’s match-up, but Spurs’ array of world-class talent makes it hard to predict a Tottenham defeat. Star-men Kane and Son are set to feature this evening and both can turn a match on its head. However, Spurs will likely be without Dele Alli, who encountered a hamstring issue in training.
Theo Walcott and Fabian Delph are sidelined for the Toffees, but Carlo Ancelloti is near-certain that Richarlison will be fit to play. The Brazillian has been crucial to Everton’s attacking threat this season.
It’s well worth tuning in this evening to see if Everton can continue their run, or if Kane can lead Tottenham back to winning ways. All the action will be live on Sky Sports.