- Antonio Conte left his position at Tottenham during the international break
- Everton looking to extend their unbeaten run to four matches on Monday
Intriguing action in the Premier League takes place on Monday, as Tottenham takes to the field for the first time since the departure of Antonio Conte. Spurs will be favored in the betting to bounce back, as they travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton.
Tottenham remains in the top four places in the Premier League standings, but they face an almighty challenge to end the campaign in those positions, given that both Newcastle and Liverpool could move ahead if they win their games in hand. Everton will be looking to make home advantage count this weekend, as they chase a second win in three.
How To Watch
- When: Monday, April 3, 2023, at 3:00 p.m ET
- Where: Goodison Park, Liverpool
- How To Watch: NBC Sports
It has been all change at Tottenham during the international break, as Antonio Conte was removed from his position as head coach after a spectacular outburst following his side’s draw against Southampton in their previous match. Cristian Stellini will be tasked with guiding the team over the coming weeks, as Daniel Levy searches for a long-term replacement.
Tottenham’s recent form isn’t really that bad, as they have picked up three wins from their last five matches. However, the manner in which they threw away a 3-1 lead against Southampton irked Conte before the international break.
Everton is still in a battle to maintain their Premier League status, as they sit two points clear of the drop zone. However, they have the added disadvantage of having played a game more than four of the five teams located below them in the standings. The Toffees have gone three without defeat coming into this fixture, with a second draw over that period coming in their most recent match against Chelsea.
Sean Dyche has certainly added grit to this Everton side, and that could be pivotal in their battle to remain in the Premier League this term. However, the trends don’t favor their chances on Monday, as they have won just once in their previous 20 league matches against Spurs.
Everton’s home form will be key to their chances of survival this term. However, they haven’t experienced much joy in their previous 20 meetings with Tottenham, which could be a trend to follow. We expect to see a response from Spurs after Conte’s departure on Monday, and Harry Kane once again looks to be a solid bet to find the back of the net.