December 23, 2023

In north London, Ange Postecoglou will be looking to make it three straight victories when Tottenham Hotspur hosts Everton.


The former Celtic manager led Spurs to the top of the table in his first game in his new position. Although numerous injuries and suspensions initially caused a hiccup, Postecoglou seems to have weathered the storm and has his team very much in the chase for the top four.


Yves Bissouma, who received a red card against Nottingham Forest for late challenges on Ryan Yates, will be out of the lineup for the next few games for Tottenham’s boss. That insane moment only makes James Maddison, Micky van de Ven, Rodrigo Bentancur, and Ivan Dyk miss more games for the Spurs.


Though they have one of the best runs of form in the division, Everton are no pushovers. Prior to their most recent Carabao Cup loss to Fulham, they had only lost once in nine games across all competitions and had won their previous four league games.


Given that Abdoulaye Doucoure is also anticipated to be sidelined, Sean Dyche is unlikely to have access to Dele Alli or Andre Gomes. Ashley Young and Seamus Coleman will undergo late fitness testing.


When does Everon vs. Tottenham kick off?

The Tottenham game against Everton is set to begin on Saturday, December 23 at 3 p.m. This will be both teams’ last game before Christmas.


How can I watch Everton vs.

Tottenham? Due to a Saturday blackout that ends at 3 p.m., the game is not broadcast on television in the United Kingdom. On BBC One, however, highlights of the game will air during Match of the Day at 10.25 p.m.


The match will be broadcast live on Peacock Premium for American viewers starting at 10 a.m. ET, and ViaPlay for those in Scandinavia.

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