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Everton v Tottenham - Match preview and team news


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By A Different League staff

Sunday 09 December 2012

Two sides in search of Champions League football go head-to head at Goodison Park today, as Tottenham travel to Merseyside to face Everton.


Goodison Park


The Toffees come into the clash without a win in four attempts, but at the same time have only been defeated once in their last ten outings. This sees David Moyes' side sitting in seventh position, three points behind today's opponents.


Tottenham meanwhile are on a run of four straight victories, and five matches unbeaten, including a win and a draw in their last two away games.


The visitors are likely to be without Michael Dawson, who came off with a hamstring strain against West Ham last weekend, while Gareth Bale will miss out with the same injury. Spurs are still without long-term injured Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Younes Kaboul and Scott Parker.


Everton are without Victor Anichebe and Phil Neville, but could potentially welcome back Seamus Coleman and Kevin Mirallas.




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