Everton v Tottenham Betting Odds Comparison

Sunday, 03/11/2019, Time: 17:30

Match Betting (1x2)

Both of these teams have had their problems this season. Everton were actually in the Premier League relegation zone until they beat West Ham 2-0 and there’s still plenty of speculation regarding the future of Marco Silva.

However, the Toffees looked robust when beating the Hammers and some might like the 9/5 with BetVictor that the Merseyside team are celebrating consecutive victories at Goodison Park.

After all, Everton have won three of their five home matches and one of their defeats came against Sheffield United which saw Silva’s team throw the kitchen sink at the Blades only to be counter-punched.

Tottenham return to Merseyside just a week after playing at Anfield and they’ll count on an easier challenge on this occasion, with Spurs trading as the 6/4 favourites to come away from the north-west with a maximum haul.

It’s been a turbulent season for Mauricio Pochettino who is the current favourite on the Sack Race betting market with selected bookmakers although the Argentine might start thriving in adversity.

While Tottenham might be the slightly stronger team, home advantage for Everton could yet see the match end all square and the draw price will surely appeal to many punters.

William Hill offer 5/2 about this match ending level and a point apiece wouldn’t be a bad outcome for either team considering they have started the campaign in a bright fashion.

First Goalscorer

Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son recently helped themselves to a brace when playing Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League and it’s the former who is typically trading as favourite on the First Goalscorer market.

Kane now has fifteen goals for the season to date and Unibet make him a 4/1 chance to open the scoring at Goodison Park, with the advantage of backing this player being the fact that we know he will be on spot kick duties.

Heung-Min Son is likely to be a thorn in the side of the Everton defence with his direct running and pace, with the South Korean available at a bigger 13/2 to be the first name on the scoresheet for this match.

As for Everton, there are several options and Richarlison is the player who is trading the shortest, although the Brazilian is often deployed in a wide position and perhaps that will be detrimental to his chances of scoring.

Gylfi Sigurdsson was left out of the team against West Ham in that recent victory although the Icelandic international then scored a spectacular goal to cement the win and perhaps he represents the best value at 8/1.

Asian Handicap

Everton are the slight outsiders on the Full-Time Result betting market and that means that punters are able to back them at odds-against when it comes to the Asian Handicap betting market off a mark of zero.

The Toffees are 12/11 with BetVictor on this market and that means slightly doubling your money if they end up winning, while you have the insurance of getting money back if the game winds up in a draw.

As for Spurs, they are 6/7 with the same bookmaker and the same applies if the game is drawn.

There are alternative approaches such as backing Tottenham -1 at 3/1 with Unibet if you feel there’s a strong chance that the visitors can win by a two-goal margin or bigger.

However, one remembers that Brighton 3-0 win against the same opponents and Everton -1 is available at 4/1 with Unibet.

Both Teams to Score

For those punters expecting both teams to find the net, then William Hill chalk up 4/6 about both teams scoring. For this bet to cop, it doesn’t matter how many times that Everton and Tottenham score – simply that each team finds the net at least once.

However, the Toffees defence has managed to shut out West Ham and Watford already this season, with the “No” option for this betting market trading at 7/5 with BetVictor.

Over / Under Goals

We’re not completely certain we will see many goals here. Both teams have been looking to improve defensively in recent weeks and we quite like the 21/20 with BetVictor about Under 2.5 Goals in this encounter.

Everton really need to be more solid in games against classier opponents and they will know that a goalless draw is preferable to allowing Spurs to run riot and essentially outscore them.

However, an early goal could change the complexion of the encounter and William Hill go 4/5 about Over 2.5 Goals happening.

Correct Score

There was a quite remarkable match at Goodison Park last season where Spurs came away as 6-2 winners, while the teams played out a 2-2 draw at White Hart Lane.

Naturally, the latter is a more likely scoreline when the teams clash in this encounter and 12/1 is generally available about another 2-2, although we quite like the idea of a 1-1 scoreline at 6/1.