Everton Vs Tottenham: Match Thread

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IMHO Everton under Moyes were a tough team to beat but under Martinez they seem to have lost their consistency and so I'm going for a hard fought Spurs win, 1-2
 

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We deserve a win based on the previous game being one of the most one-sided games I've seen yet we got nothing for it.

That being said probably some bullshit, someway, somehow.
 

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I hate playing them there; like at Anfield, there's just always this feeling that something bad is about to happen.
 

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I hate playing them there; like at Anfield, there's just always this feeling that something bad is about to happen.
We've got a pretty good record at their ground. It's at the Lane where they tend to do well against us.
 

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Michael Oliver
He's refereed us twice this season, both at home vs Palace 1-0 win (3 Yellow) and Chelsea 0-0 (6 Yellow)
and Everton twice as well vs Southampton away 3-0 win (6 Yellow) and Villa at home 4-0 win (no cards shown).

He is presently one of the best referees in the Premier League and I hope he has a good and fair performance.
 

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He's refereed us twice this season, both at home vs Palace 1-0 win (3 Yellow) and Chelsea 0-0 (6 Yellow)
and Everton twice as well vs Southampton away 3-0 win (6 Yellow) and Villa at home 4-0 win (no cards shown).

He is presently one of the best referees in the Premier League and I hope he has a good and fair performance.
Mr Pink can you explain and elaborate why you rated my post as DISAGREE ?!?
 

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He's refereed us twice this season, both at home vs Palace 1-0 win (3 Yellow) and Chelsea 0-0 (6 Yellow)
and Everton twice as well vs Southampton away 3-0 win (6 Yellow) and Villa at home 4-0 win (no cards shown).

He is presently one of the best referees in the Premier League and I hope he has a good and fair performance.
Didn't he referee that Chelsea vs. Liverpool match where Costa blatantly stamped on two Liverpool players with no consequence during the game?
 

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Didn't he referee that Chelsea vs. Liverpool match where Costa blatantly stamped on two Liverpool players with no consequence during the game?
No, it was Mark Clattenburg.

The match developed into a scrappy affair, both sides were a little fortunate to escape being reduced to 10 men. He failed to spot Costa flick a boot into the midriff of Martin Skrtel after a tangle in the centre-circle and Lucas Leiva escaped a second yellow card after checking a strong run from Ramires through the middle.
 

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I've been reading all the pundits predictions and nearly all to a person are predicting an Everton win. Even though we have the meanest defense and the best goal difference. God I so hope we win this won just to shove it down their throats. COYS!!
Nothing new here. Lawro's predictions would leave us in 8th, Liverpool 3rd (with nearly 50% more points than reality), and Man City on target to get the highest ever Premier League points total. He does give one of his best reasons yet for us losing:
"Everton have not won at home since beating Villa on 21 November. I think they are due one."
Consistently failing to win at home is apparently proof that they're likely to win against a team that is unbeaten away from home since the first day of the season. Brilliant logic right there!

Steve Wilson predicts us to lose 3-2, which is again not backed up by any statistics at all. Spurs haven't conceded more than two goals in a game all season, and have only conceded two twice. They have scored a lot of goals so far, but most of those have come in very open games (e.g. 3-4 loss to Stoke last match) or against very weak opponents (4 against Villa, 6 against Sunderland). Our playing style doesn't really allow for open goal frenzies and why is the team with the best defensive record suddenly going to open the floodgates?
 

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I know its the pantomime season and so the "its not on Skysports", "Oh yes it is" sequence fitted in well.
 

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No, it was Mark Clattenburg.

The match developed into a scrappy affair, both sides were a little fortunate to escape being reduced to 10 men. He failed to spot Costa flick a boot into the midriff of Martin Skrtel after a tangle in the centre-circle and Lucas Leiva escaped a second yellow card after checking a strong run from Ramires through the middle.
I looked it up and it says it was Oliver.
 
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