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Rupert Wyman 9th Mar 2012 - 11:06

Moyes has Drenthe in depth

Tottenham take on Everton in the evening kick-off on Saturday.  Spurs are 7/5 to win the clash, the draw is 11/5 and an Everton victory is 2/1. The Toffees have struggled over the years at home to Spurs, Tottenham have only lost on three of nineteen visits to Goodison Park in the Premier League.

It could be a very close encounter, Everton are always stronger in the second half of the season and Spurs may be fatigued after playing midweek against Stevenage in the cup. Spurs have been found out of late and they have lost to both Man Utd and Arsenal in the league.

Everton could only manage a draw at QPR at the weekend but they are in a good run of form. They look a big bet at 21/20 to win draw no bet. Everton no longer have Saha on their books, the French international moved to Spurs in the winter transfer window.

He scored in each of the last two meetings between these sides at Goodison Park, while at Everton.  He is 5/1 to score the opening goal and 5/4 to score anytime.

The Match Winner is Louis Saha to score at anytime and Spurs to win the match at 4/1, it has been enhanced from 11/4.

Everton have let their opponents have fewer shots on target against them than any other team in the top flight this season (93). A Toffees' clean sheet is 21/10 and they are 18/5 to win to nil.

However, Tottenham are arguably the best attacking side in the Premier League but they will be without Lennon for the clash.  Both teams to score is only 8/11 and looks too short for a punt.

I would rather back over 2.5 goals at even money, Spurs are a fantastic counter attacking team and Everton will not sit back at home.

Everton have scored the highest percentage of second half goals in the league. You can back Tottenham to lead at half time and not win at 10/1 and Everton to come from behind and win or draw at 9/2.

Spurs have their own former Real Madrid Dutch superstar in Van der Vaart but Everton have an on-loan Madrid player in Royston Drenthe. He has started to impress after taking time to settle in England. He scored a stunning goal against QPR last weekend and he is a massive price at 4/1 to score anytime.

Adebayor is enjoying his best season since moving to England, he had a tough time at City but Redknapp seems to have brought out the best of him at Tottenham. Everton will need to keep the forward under wraps and the striker is 11/2 to open the scoring and 6/4 anytime scorer.



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