Tottenham Hotspur welcome Everton to Wembley on Saturday aiming to crank up the pressure on their rivals for a top four place in the Premier League.
Just six points covers Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs, with three of those four teams likely to join Manchester City in next season’s Champions League.
Spurs are priced at 1/4 to win the game, with Everton available in the Ladbrokes betting at 12/1. The draw is on offer at 9/2.
Victor Wanyama and Erik Lamela both came through Sunday’s 3-0 FA Cup win over AFC Wimbledon and will be in contention this weekend.
Harry Winks could also be available, but Toby Alderweireld and Danny Rose remain on the sidelines.
Everton are likely to hand a debut to new striker Cenk Tosun, who completed a £27 million move from Besiktas last week.
Michael Keane should return, but Leighton Baines, Maarten Stekelenburg, Ramiro Funes Mori and Seamus Coleman are still out.
Spurs are unbeaten in their last 10 meetings with Everton, winning five and drawing five of those games. Two goals from Harry Kane and a Christian Eriksen effort gave Spurs a 3-0 win at Goodison Park earlier in the campaign and they are priced at 6/1 to match that scoreline this weekend.
Kane continued his excellent form this term with a double against Wimbledon and he can be backed at 23/10 to bag another couple against the Toffees.
Spurs have won three of their last four in the Premier League, although they were held 1-1 by West Ham United in their last home game.
Everton’s recovery under new manager Sam Allardyce has faltered in recent weeks, and they have now gone five games without a win.
However, Tosun’s arrival could be prove to be a masterstroke and he looks interesting at odds of 7/2 to score on his debut.
Everton’s last away victory against Spurs was a 1-0 success back in 2008 and they can be backed at 28/1 to match that feat on Saturday.
Last year’s corresponding fixture between these two sides ended 3-2 to Spurs, so the 9/5 on offer for over 3.5 goals this time around could be an interesting wager.
However, Spurs have to yet to fully convince that they’ve overcome their Wembley hoodoo and Everton are likely to try and keep things tight as they bid to end their five game winless run.
Backing a 1-1 scoreline on Saturday at 10/1 could pay dividends.