Everton look value at Three Point Lane
Everton go into the match looking to win three games in succession for the first time since January 2009. They face a Tottenham side that welcome back Van Der Vaart after their midweek escapade in Milan.
Tottenham cannot seem to buy a clean sheet at the moment and although their attempted comeback against Inter was spirited, it is noticable they are far more secure on the front foot. They have massive defensive problems and they change their starting back-line regularly.
Gallas is no longer the player he was at Chelsea and Bassong may be identified by Moyes as the weak link. You can get over 2.5 goals at 21/20 and both teams should have plenty of opportunities.
Everton look overpriced at 13/5, with the state of the Tottenham defence an Everton victory looks a real possibility. Tottenham may be fatigued after their trip to Italy and Everton will be buoyed by giving Liverpool the run-around in the Merseyside derby last week.
However, Tottenham are strong at home and their form after midweek champions league matches has been solid. Gareth Bale is the in-form player and he is 10/3 to score anytime and 66/1 to get a hat-trick.
He looked immense against Inter and all his goals were eye-catching. His effort against Inter was tireless and Redknapp will be looking to him to show the same level of form.
He has been linked with the likes of Real Madrid and Inter of late but defensively he still needs to work on his game. Tottenham are 21/20 to win and the draw is 23/10, although Redknapp would have been proud of how his team recovered against Inter his number one priority this season is still finishing in the top four.
Everton have won at three point lane on three of their past four visits and the draw no bet looks value at 6/4.
Everton's main danger comes from the Yak, he has suffered with a loss of form and injury over the past few seasons but he is still clinical in-front of goal and he is priced at 15/2 to score first.
Tottenham will make the top four this season and they have the squad to get out of the Champion's League group stages but they face a resurgent Everton whose results defy their play. They have been entertaining at times this season and are capable of beating anyone and a trip to the Lane could not come at a better time.