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The SoM staff looks at who doesn’t get the credit they deserveI always hesitate to label Inter players underrated because we see these guys week in and week out, so we typically know what they all bring to the team. However, if I am going to venture out onto this limb, I would have to go with Alexis Sanchez. We all know about the fitness woes that have been on and off throughout his Inter career so far, but he has still managed to put up some respectable numbers as a backup.
Everton and Tottenham enter Friday's match as two teams with Champions League hopes rapidly fading away. Both sides need three points from this match to keep their flickering hopes of a top four finish alive. Everton currently sit in eight place on 48 points a point behind seventh place Spurs albeit with a match in hand. A win from Spurs would see them head into the weekend even on points with sixth place Liverpool and only three points out of fourth place.
How To Watch
- When: Friday at 3 p.m. ET
- Where: Goodison Park
- TV: NBCSN
- Online streaming: (Try for free)
- Odds: Everton +250, Draw +235, Spurs +113
What to Know
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Both sides are limping into this matchup. Spurs have only won one out of their last four matchups, and enter Friday's match fresh off blowing a one goal lead to Manchester United and losing 3-1, a result which followed a terrible 2-2 draw against Newcastle the week before. Similarly, Everton have not won a match since March 4th when they beat relegation threatened West Bromwich Albion, a stretch of matches in which three out of four matches were against bottom half of the table opponents. A loss against Burnley and draws against Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion simply aren't good enough results to contend close to the European spots. They need to turn their season around fast or midtable beckons.
2021 English Premier League odds, picks: Soccer expert reveals best bets for Everton vs. Crystal Palace
Martin Green has generated over $18,200 for $100 bettors since the 2017-18 season .Now, Green has set his sights on Everton vs. Crystal Palace and revealed his best bets. You can only see them over at SportsLine.Crystal Palace vs. Everton spread: Everton -0.5Crystal Palace vs. Everton over-under: 2.5 goalsCrystal Palace vs. Everton money line: Crystal Palace +400, Everton -125, Draw +245CP: Christian Benteke ranks fourth in the league in aerials won (134)EVT: Richarlison has four of the team's last six goals and five game-winnersFeatured Game| Everton vs. Crystal Palace SpreadMoneylineTotal EVE -0.
Tottenham Hotspur have won five out of their last nine games against Everton.
- Sep 13, 2020 - Everton 1 vs. Tottenham Hotspur 0
- Jul 06, 2020 - Tottenham Hotspur 1 vs. Everton 0
- Nov 03, 2019 - Tottenham Hotspur 1 vs. Everton 1
- May 12, 2019 - Everton 2 vs. Tottenham Hotspur 2
- Dec 23, 2018 - Tottenham Hotspur 6 vs. Everton 2
- Jan 13, 2018 - Tottenham Hotspur 4 vs. Everton 0
- Sep 09, 2017 - Tottenham Hotspur 3 vs. Everton 0
- Mar 05, 2017 - Tottenham Hotspur 3 vs. Everton 2
- Aug 13, 2016 - Tottenham Hotspur 1 vs. Everton 1
Neither team can generate much attack and they settle for a draw that suits nobody's interests, a perfect result which encapsulates the struggles both teams are enduring. Pick: Everton 1, Spurs 1
Arsenal 0-1 Everton: Three Thoughts | Good fortune, Pickford stars, history made .
Three thoughts from a fortunate but vital winDespite looking like the inferior side for most of Friday’s affair, Everton scored the one look they had on target. Richarlison drove to the end line and hit a shot that should have been a routine save for Bernd Leno. In this instance, however, the ball hit Leno’s gloves and crept into the back of the net. While the goal celebration was a bit unsportsmanlike, it did lift the Toffees to within four points of the Champions League with a game in hand over Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham and Chelsea.