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Everton vs Tottenham live stream: Watch FA Cup online

By Chris Smith

Everton vs Tottenham live stream, predictions & team news | FA Cup

Published: 17:59, 10 February 2021

Everton and Tottenham Hotspur will battle it out for a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Wednesday at 8:15pm (UK time).

The Toffees head into this match high on confidence after salvaging a late 3-3 draw against Manchester United in the Premier League on Saturday, while Spurs will also fancy their chances after beating West Brom 2-0 at the weekend.


How to live stream Everton vs Spurs online:

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Where to watch Everton vs Spurs on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 1
  • US: ESPN+

Scoreline prediction: Everton 1-2 Spurs (AET)

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Everton vs Spurs build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Everton haven’t lifted a major trophy since winning this competition back in 1995 but will feel more confident of ending that barren run than ever, such is the effect Carlo Ancelotti has had on the club so far. Aside from going well in the Premier League, the Toffees comfortably dispatched Sheffield Wednesday (3-0) in the previous round of the FA Cup, although they did only manage a 2-1 extra-time win over Rotherham in round three.

Tottenham are looking to end a 13-year trophy drought of their own, last securing silverware in the form of the 2008 EFL Cup. Jose Mourinho’s men have had a relatively easy ride in the FA Cup so far this season, beating Wycombe 4-1 in round-four after a 5-0 win over Marine in the third round. That said, this latest trip to Merseyside will be much tougher than that early-January outing.

  • Everton (vs Man Utd): Olsen; Holgate, Keane, Godfrey, Digne; Gomes, Davies, Doucoure; Rodriguez*; Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison.
  • Spurs (vs West Brom): Lloris; Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Davies; Ndombele, Hojbjerg; Lamela, Lucas, Son; Kane.

James Rodriguez picked up a calf injury against Man Utd and is unlikely to be risked here. Jordan Pickford is doubtful while Allan isn’t quite ready to return to action. Jean-Philippe Gbamin is still sidelined long-term.

Harry Kane returned from injury ahead of schedule at the weekend but it remains to be seen whether or not Mourinho will start him at Goodison Park with Spurs facing Man City this weekend. Giovani Lo Celso and Sergio Reguilon are out while Dele Alli is a doubt. Mourinho also believes Serge Aurier is unlikely to be fit enough to play.

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Players to watch:

  • Everton: January arrival Josh King is yet to start a game since joining Everton from Bournemouth, getting 12 minutes of action from the bench against Leeds and Man Utd so far. That said, taking his record in the FA Cup this season into account, Ancelotti might be tempted to throw his new forward into the starting XI here. Despite failing to score a single Championship goal for Bournemouth in 2020/21, King helped himself to three goals and two assists in two FA Cup games for the Cherries, helping his former club into round five with wins over Oldham and Crawley. Of course, Spurs are a big step-up in quality of opposition, but King will be eager to show Evertonians just what he is capable of.
  • Spurs: With just 231 minutes and one goal to his name in the Premier League so far, it’s safe to say Gareth Bale‘s return to Spurs hasn’t gone to plan. That said, the Wales international has played his part in the cups for Mourinho, scoring three goals in nine appearances across Europe League, FA Cup and EFL Cup play. Much has been made of Mourinho’s recent reluctance to even bring Bale off the bench when Spurs are chasing the game and it might just be that the cup is about his best chance of proving his worth to the Portuguese tactician. Getting on the scoresheet and inspiring Spurs to an impressive win over Everton would certainly help his cause.

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