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Tottenham vs Everton Dream11 prediction, Match preview, Team news, Predicted lineups - Premier League 2022/23 season

Here's a look at the Dream11 prediction for the Premier League 2022/23 match between Tottenham vs Everton. Check out the dream11 fantasy team,match prediction, match preview, updates and lineups for TOT vs EVE.

Last updated: 15.10.2022
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Antonio Conte’s Tottenham aims to close the gap with league leaders Arsenal to one point at least momentarily when they welcome a solid Everton side to their stadium.

Spurs obtained a 3-2 win over Frankfurt in the Champions League game followed up by the 1-0 win over Brighton last weekend while Everton went down 2-1 at home to Manchester United in their last game.



TOT vs EVE Match Details

Date: Saturday, 15 October 2022

Time: 17:30 (BST) / 22:00 (IST)

Venue: Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium, Tottenham


TOT vs EVE Match Preview

In a seemingly three-horse race after nine games of the season, Spurs would like to keep the pressure on Manchester City and Arsenal for the top spot with three points this weekend knowing the other two don’t play until Sunday. Table toppers Arsenal have a tricky trip to Elland Road to take on Leeds while Manchester City are in a huge clash with Liverpool at Anfield so Antonio Conte’s side will like to make the home advantage count against Everton, carrying a promising away form themselves. Spurs have looked anything but assured in October beginning the month with a disheartening 3-1 loss to Arsenal in the North London derby before drawing 0-0 against Eintracht Frankfurt at home in Europe. The narrow 1-0 win over Brighton put the team on track but then a nervy 3-2 victory over the German side in the reverse fixture gave a hint of work that needs to be done in order to be in the title chase. Harry Kane and Heung Min-Son regaining their partnership to bag goals for Spurs have been positive but the defense is looking shaky which will be a concern for Conte. It was Eric Dier’s error at the back for Daichi Kamada’s opener that started things off before Son scored twice on either side of a Harry Kane penalty conversion in the first half. Frankfurt’s defender Tuta was shown his second yellow close to the hour mark but Spurs failed to take advantage of the 10 men conceding again through a corner nodded in by substitute Faride Alidou. Kane then blazed high his second spot-kick of the match awarded in injury time leaving Antonio Conte scared at the end of the contest. Tottenham will be in no mood to repeat the situation this weekend but their sixth straight victory at home in all competitions with seven in the Premier League itself comes as a major boost for them. Spurs have also lost only once in their last 19 league meetings against the Toffees and it should not change on Saturday if the Lilywhites are to prevent any downfall from here.

The 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at Goodison ended Everton’s six-match unbeaten run in the Premier League last weekend. Frank Lampard’s men took an early lead in the match through Alex Iwobi’s screamer in the fifth minute but were pegged back ten minutes later with Antony finding the back of the net for the Red Devils again this season. The winner was made for the occasion of Cristiano Ronaldo who reached the 700th goal milestone of his career before the half-time whistle coming off the bench. Everton defended the second half well as the game finished 2-1 in favor of the away side. The loss was disappointing in the sense that the streak was broken but the performance left manager Frank Lampard proud. The Toffees have provided much optimism this season to cut the relegation horrors of the last with this loss the first since the successive defeats in the opening two games. In that period, Everton have registered two wins and four draws. They were able to stop rivals a defensively disjointed Liverpool team in the Merseyside derby and collected three points against West Ham though the Hammers have started their season in slow fashion. However, the real test of their resistance comes now as Spurs and Newcastle to face in back-to-back games. Before welcoming the Magpies at home, Frank Lampard’s men will look for consecutive away wins in the league against a Tottenham Hotspurs side still jelling with their manager’s tactics. The difficulty will be Everton’s substandard record facing teams from London on the travel. The Toffees have not won a single game in their last seven such visits although one away loss this season could help them recover that. The defeat to United last weekend put them 12th in the ranking with 10 points, only four points off the relegation spot, so dwelling on the position for long will speak trouble.    

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TOT vs EVE Team News

Winger Dejan Kulusevski will remain out for this weekend having not played a minute after the international break due to a hamstring injury. The Sweden international has returned to training but is not ready yet for game action. Antonio Conte confirmed that the team from the last game is available to him with no other injury concerns. Changes to the starting eleven from the win in midweek could see Ivan Perisic returning to the left-back role replacing Ryan Sessegnon in the process. Matt Doherty continues on the opposite flank with Emerson Royal serving his second of his three-match ban after receiving a straight red in the North London derby earlier this month.

Frank Lampard has revealed Abdoulaye Doucoure is available again for Saturday's trip to Tottenham. The Malian missed the defeat to Manchester United last weekend due to an injury. The boss also confirmed that Mason Holgate is back in full training following a knee injury but will not feature in this game. Fellow center-back Yerry Mina has also been ruled out picking up a calf injury during training this week. Right-back Nathan Patterson with his ankle injury and Ben Godfrey suffering a fractured fibula are back in the rehabilitation program. The Scotland international will be available in two to three weeks whereas Godfrey is expected to be fit after the World Cup. Anthony Gordon is suspended for accumulating five yellow cards this season. Dwight Mcneil is likely to start in his place. Striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin made his much-awaited injury return against Manchester United playing the last 14 minutes of the game. He will be oozed slowly back to the starting eleven but for now, Neal Maupay continues to hold his spot upfront.   


TOT vs EVE Predicted Lineups

TOT: Hugo Lloris; Christian Romero, Eric Dier, Ben Davies; Matt Doherty, Hojbjerg, Rodrigo Bentancur, Ivan Perisic; Richarlison, Harry Kane, Son

EVE: Jordan Pickford; Seamus Coleman, Conor Coady, James Tarkowski, Vitalii Mykolenko; Amadou Onana, Idrissa Gueye, Alex Iwobi; Dwight McNeil, Neil Maupay, Demarai Gray


TOT vs EVE Head to Head

Everton have failed to beat Spurs last season receiving a 5-0 thrashing on their last trip to Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium in April this year. The scoring started with Michael Keane’s own goal as soon as 14th minute of the game. Son doubled the lead three minutes later before Harry Kane and Sergio Reguilon got on the scoresheet. The England captain scored again in the second half to finish the routing.  


TOT vs EVE Dream11 Team Prediction

GK: Pickford (8.5)

DEF: Mykolenko (9), Romero (7.5), Tarkowski (8), B Davies (7) 

MID: Iwobi (9), Hojbjerg (8.5), Richarlison (8)

FW: Gray (9), Son (9), Kane (9)


Captain: Harry Kane

Vice-captain: Heung Min-Son

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